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Pig Town Fling with Yellow Belly Sapsuckers
March 22nd
7:00 pm - Cover $10


Pig Town Fling:
What do you get when you mix a string band with interests ranging anywhere from traditional Irish and American Oldtime music to Bluegrass, Blues and Swing? You get "Rump Rumbling Fun" and that is what Pigtown Fling String Band is determined to bring for your musical enjoyment.

Established late in 2013, Pigtown Fling String Band is a group of long time musical friends and musical partners who are ready for a new challenge and wanting to bring a new sound to the La Crosse area and beyond.

Yellow Bellied Sapsuckers:
The Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers perform traditional old-time fiddle tunes and sing tight harmonies, including country, vaudeville, hits of the 1920s and 1930s, and original songs and tunes. Steeped in the folk-music traditions of Midwest, including their home in the Driftless region, and of Scandinavian-American roots, the Sapsuckers bring a light musical touch and a great sense of humor to their performances. The band plays numerous square dances and intimate concerts.






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Andy Hughes - The Mighty Few CD Release
March 23th
7:30 pm - Cover $10


With Special Guests Merry Weathers and American Feedbag.

Hailing from the banks of the mighty Mississippi River, La Crosse, WI based singer-songwriter Andy Hughes has spent the last 20 years soaking up the music and culture around him to create his own words and music. For much of that time, Andy has been the front man and main songwriter for the successful Alternative Reggae/Ska band, TUGG. With TUGG, Andy has toured with The Wailers, The Dirty Heads, Passafire, and more. He's played shows with Ziggy Marley, Sublime with Rome, Bad Religion, and The English Beat. All 5 of the band's last releases made the Top 5 of iTunes and Amazon's Reggae Charts. Hughes, however, is a a life-long fan of classic country music, especially, Johnny Cash. Other major song-writing inspirations include John Prine and Kris Kristofferson. With this new country-folk sound, Andy looks forward to traveling and sharing music from his debut "Heartland and Heartache" which was released in June of 2017.

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Hans Mayer Kids Show, Dan Sebranek & Sue Hauser
March 24th
1:00pm - Cover $10 Adults $5 Kids
Kids 2 and Under Free




Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Tribute
Matt Monsoor Opening
March 29th
7:00 pm - Cover $15

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Tribute

Dan Sebranek and Mary, Hans Mayer, Moriah Cody, Joe Hauser, Randy Bartlett, Larry Dalton play an evening tribute of Crosby Stills Nash and Young songs. Matt Monsoor will join us for our opening act at 7 pm. Don't miss Matt and check out his new recordings/video! Amazing!



Bill Miller
April 5th
7:30 pm - Cover $15

Bill Miller is an award-winning Native American recording artist, performer, songwriter, activist, painter, and world-class accomplished flute player. Over the entirety, Miller has produced over a dozen albums, received three Grammy Awards, numerous NAMA awards (including a Lifetime Achievement Award) and led Wisconsin's La Crosse Symphony Orchestra. He is now touring in support of a recent collaboration album Look Again To The Wind: Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears Revisited where Bill has the title track.

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The Remainders
April 6th
8:00 pm - Cover $10


Although The Remainders seek to put smiles on the faces of music lovers everywhere, the true objective of the band is to provide therapy to a bunch of older working stiffs that need to keep their heads screwed on straight. When you watch The Remainders live, you'll be looking at 5 guys who truly just want to have fun and are enjoying every minute and every note.

The Remainders have put together a unique playlist which is composed of ballads, dance tunes, and good ol' power rock. During the band's early years, wouldn't play songs that were less than 20 years old, but we are now living proof that you can teach old dogs new tricks and we've added several modern rock tunes to the list.

Our motto is: "We Don't Play 'Freebird,'" so guys (and you know who you are), put your lighters away because we will never, ever, ever play 'Freebird.' Our other motto is: "Fun, Philanthropic, High Energy Midlife Crisis in Action" which means we do everything we can to support the community that has given each of us so much over the years and we have a ball doing it.


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Whitherward
April 12th
7:30 pm - Cover $5


Whitherward is a duo with a unique story. Upon it's creation in 2014, Edward A. Williams and Ashley E. Norton set a goal to leave Nashville and play music they love, for people who love music. Now, a full-time, Nationally & Internationally storyteller touring duo, Whitherward wanders the USA and Europe, exploring the many sub-genres of folk and Americana. They hit a milestone in 2018 with a sponsorship from Subaru Europe where the duo and trio traveled across England, Scotland, Wales, Germany and The Netherlands for just under two months, releasing an episode of "Songs From A Subaru" in each city on tour. Compared to a modern-day Simon & Garfunkle, with influences of rock, folk, jazz, classical and singer/songwriter. They have a versatile bouquet of music videos that range from weird to wild. Come hear the stories behind the songs and experience life on the vagabond road!



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Texxas
April 13th
8:00 pm - Cover $5


Country Music with a Kick! The Texxas band re-established itself in March, 2015. The band members are all from the Central Wisconsin area. Their sound is a mix of southern rock, outlaw country, classic country, new country and oldies. These experienced musicians are versatile and entertaining.

Chuck Noe (Camp Douglas) - drums
Randy Cook (Necedah) - bass
Virgil Lee (Galesville) - lead guitar
Mark Blom (Blair) - fiddle
Kyle Scott (Reedsburg) - pedal steel guitar



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String Ties
April 19th
7:30 pm - Cover $10


String Ties calls the hills of the upper Mississippi home, blending Bluegrass, Old-time Country, Swing, Gospel, and Folk into an engaging version of acoustic music~~evoking nostalgia, love lost and found, moonshine hills, and sturdy shoes on a barn dance floor.

The tight harmonies, powerful instrumentals, (on guitar, banjo, mandolin, and bass), and good~natured fun of this dynamic group have delighted audiences of all ages for more than a decade at parties, festivals, weddings, and everywhere the joy of great music is celebrated. These fans bear witness to "feeling (String Ties') love of music, the crowd, and each other"...And of their magic to convert: "I never thought I would be a bluegrass fan, but after listening to them, you just can't help it.".


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Willy Porter
April 25th
7:30 pm - Cover $20


Willy Porter continues on a musical and personal odyssey spanning over two decades, 11 albums, and multiple continents. His journey has been defined by an inquisitive love for humanity and the language that describes what we all hold to be true. Porter's songs weave a universal perspective about the questions, struggles, and triumphs of human existence. His live shows are guitar-driven grit, soul, silence and muscle - at times electrifying, dynamic, and unique in the way that Porter's voice blends and fuses with his fret work.

A largely self-taught musician, Porter began treating audiences to his brand of guitar playing and wry storytelling in the late '80's while living in Madison, Wisconsin. In 1990, he released his first full-length independent album, The Trees Have Soul, and the touring life has flowed steadily ever since. Porter has literally logged millions of miles across America, Canada, the UK, and Europe, touring solo, as well as with various incarnations of the Willy Porter Band and in support of artists like Tori Amos, Paul Simon, Jethro Tull, Sting, and Jeff Beck.



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Rattle Neck
May 10th
7:30 pm



Dan Kouba and The Journeymen
May 11th
7:30pm




Gentlemen's Anti-Temperance League
May 17th
7:30pm - Cover $5


The Gentlemen's Anti-Temperance League is a swing sextet from Minneapolis, Minnesota. The GATL came together in the winter of 2014 to breathe new life into old music. A melting pot of hot jazz, swing, and latin rhythms, brought to a boil by soaring vocals and endless energy. Their second album, "Masquerade" was released on June 3rd, 2017. GATL's second full-length album is a masterful mix of old-time hot jazz and latin rhythms, held together by modern songwriting and layered stories.



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The Mayer Brothers Band
May 18th
7:30 pm - Cover $10


Hans and Kit Mayer have been making music together since they were old enough to pick up guitars. Wherever they go, their mischievous groove and winning mix of heartfelt originals and carefully chosen covers always leaves audiences smiling and happy.



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Tom Wopat
May 25th
1:00pm - Cover $15


All it takes is a phrase or two from Tom Wopat's warm, engaging baritone to trigger the desire to hear more. And the more one listens, the better it gets from the way he finds the heart of a song's story to his lyrical phrasing and his gently swinging, jazz-infused rhythms.

That's a large handful of uniquely appealing qualities, and they're all over the fourteen utterly captivating tunes on I've Got Your Number.Tom applies his far-ranging interpretive skills to discovering new, intriguing musical twists in such Great American Songbook classics as "The Good Life," "The Folks Who Live On The Hill," "Call Me," "Born To Be Blue," "I Won't Dance" and, of course, the title track. As if that wasn't enough, he also takes his listeners on adventurous new journeys through contemporary songs from the likes of Paul Simon, Judy Collins, Bruce Springsteen, Bruce Hornsby and James Taylor.


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John Mc Cue's 34th Annual Hobo Hootenanny
May 26th
1:00 - 7:00pm


It's A Memorial Weekend Picnic And A Hootenanny

"Music, Poetry, Story Telling At Bangor's 34rd Hootenanny"

The Hootenanny is all about music and poetry. In addition to The Hoot Host and MC, John McCue, the event will feature Jay Hoffman, John Ward, Jeff Cozy, Tommy Orrico (and friends), Eddie Allen, Dave Zwieee, Tim Eddy, Dan and Mary, Ann Christopher, Dan Berger, Theresa Roellich, and Doug Way

Admission is a free will donation for the musicians and participants can bring their own food just like when it is held in Bangor Village Park. (beverages and pizza is available at the bar). Please no alcohol carry ins.

Contact Jay Hoffman at 608-604-2829

Scheduled entertainment 1-7 and an open Jam after that. BRING AN INSTRUMENT!!!


John Smith
June 1st
7:30 pm - Cover $20



Johnsmith is one of those artists so often under-recognized - he possesses a genius that cannot be denied, ignored, or overlooked. For the past thirty-plus years, Johnsmith has been sharing his music all across America and abroad. He has become a favorite at festivals, clubs, and house concerts alike. In addition to being a Kerrville New Folk Winner, Johnsmith has released eight solo CDs to rave reviews, leads musical tours to Ireland, teaches songwriting, and has served as a staff songwriter in Nashville.

With his faded jeans, his twinkly blue eyes, and his infectious smile, John immediately connects with audiences. You get the sense of a man who loves his life, his family and friends, and who loves nothing more than sharing that love in song and stories all across this land.


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The Jimmys
June 22nd
8:00 pm - Cover $10


Seven piece award winning blues and R&B band, playing music for listeners all over the world. The Jimmys bring a unique blend of multiple genres to create a true Wisconsin blues sound.

The Jimmys aren't your typical blues band. With awards and reviews rolling in on their new album "Hot Dish" the Jimmys are primed for the world stage. Get to a club or a festival and see what the fuss is all about - and have a great time!


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Kati Scullin Trio
June 28th
7:20pm



Phoenix
July 3rd
7:30 pm - Cover $10


In 1975, the band to book in Onalaska was Phoenix. The band was composed of Onalaska High School students who took their music seriously and gained a reputation as the band to see until they disbanded in 1980. After all, you can't get together in the garage forever. But boys will be boys, so once a year, Phoenix rises from the ashes to play an annual gig.

Dave Buroker - Bass
Norbert Nix - Guitar, Vocals
Dan Sebranek - Guitar, Vocals
Dave Solie - Drums, Vocals



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Sarah Morris
July 19th
7:30 pm


2018 Kerrville New Folk Contest winner Sarah Morris has spent the last 8 years earning a reputation for engaging performances - with a voice both clear and lush, and a penchant for sharply-crafted songs. Sarah hails from Minneapolis, Minnesota, music was etched upon her DNA at a young age. Morris immersed herself in her parent's eclectic record collection before finally falling in love with the storytelling and songcraft in country music. The music of Mary Chapin Carpenter, Alison Krauss, and Kathy Mattea changed Sarah's course entirely.

After graduating from the Lawrence University Conservatory of Music, she wasted no time packing her bags for Nashville. Her years in Music City instilled a traditional songwriting sensibility fully on display over the course of her recent albums: 2017's Hearts in Need of Repair, and 2015's Ordinary Things. Both albums received critical acclaim, international airplay, and reached the top 100 of the Americana Music Associations radio chart. In addition to her recent win at Kerrville, she was a top 4 finalist in The 2016 NewSong Music Contest at Lincoln Center in NYC, took 2nd place at the 2016 Chris Austin Songwriting Competition at MerleFest in Wilkesboro, NC, was a 2016 Americana semi-finalist in the International Songwriting Competition, and received an honorable mention in the 2018 Telluride Troubadour contest.



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Open Mic Hosted by Rusty James
August 24th
7:30pm




Heartsfield
October 5th
8:00 pm - Cover $15



Heartsfield has toured the United States in each decade since the 1970s, having performed before nearly 10,000,000 fans at 4,500 shows at colleges and universities, fairs and festivals, clubs and bars, private parties, stadiums, and in the streets. Having released their 12th album, they have sold millions of records and continue to please audiences with their brand of vocal rock music that has its foundations in southern and country rock.

Having been signed by Mercury Records and later, Columbia Records, Heartsfield has produced numerous FM radio favorites and Billboard charted records. Among them are "Music Eyes, "Shine On," "The Only Time I'm Sober Is When You're Gone," "I'm Comin' Home," and "Racin' the Sun."

At any performance, Heartsfield shows are full of fun, up-tempo, foot-stompin' music that gets the crowd involved, singin' and dancin' away. The band delivers on its promise of hot pickin', strong vocals, driving rhythm, and smiles from the stage, which have allowed them to last over three decades and still continue to please audiences with their growing catalogue of hits.

Heartsfield members are: Andon Davis (lead guitar, acoustic guitar, mandolin, and vocals), Freddie Dobbs (lead guitar, acoustic guitar, and vocals), Scott Bonshire (drums), Steve Eddington (bass guitar and vocals), and Dave Nelson (lead guitar, acoustic guitar, dobro, and vocals).


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