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Big Liquor
May 25th
7:30 pm - Cover $10

Big Liquor Band Brings Classic Country and Alternative Country Rock to the Upper Midwest You won't hear us play Your Achy Breaky Heart or the Macarena. Big Liquor plays songs about drinkin', livin' big, and lovin' big. Mixing the sounds of classic country and western with more modern rock and alt country, Big Liquor brings a big sound. From Johnny Cash to Doug Sahm, Waylon Jennings to Uncle Tupelo, Lucinda Williams to the Bottle Rockets, BL keeps the Coulee Region intoxicated with sound.

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The 39th Annual John McCue Hobo Hootenanny
May 26th
1:00 pm - FREE Cover

Join us for a day of music, story telling and poetry with some our best local artists.

May 31st
7:00 pm - Cover $10

The Executives were formed in 1997 and are the area's only exclusive 1960s rock and roll band. Our five piece band features 3 part harmonies, and authentic 60s period guitars (Gibson, Fender, Rickenbacker) and amplifiers (Fender and Vox) to recreate the joyful music of the early 1960s.

The Executives are: Tom Kelley-lead guitar, harmonica and vocals, Lee Rasch-bass guitar and vocals; Roger Christians-guitar, keyboards and vocals, Jeff Lokken- rhythm guitar and vocals, and Keith Isaacs-drums. The members of the Executives got their start in the music explosion that was the 1960s. Early popular bands featuring our members, The Talons The TODD, LockSpeed and Headwinz in Iowa and Bel Esprit and The Eye in Chicago performed for many events across the Midwest from sock hops to opening for major acts of the period.

For 24 years The Executives have kept the music of the 1960s alive performing for area audiences at Riverfest La Crosse, Oktoberfest USA, Bangor Days, West Salem Dairy Days, and Concerts in the Park Series in Holmen, Sparta, and Spring Grove. We are a founding band for La Crosse's Moon Tunes, the Hunger Task Force's Rockin Out Hunger, Holmen Concerts in the Park and The American Legion La Crosse's Rock the Vets. We have also opened for Gary Puckett of the Union Gap at the Temple Theatre in Viroqua and were the opening act for the Tree Town Music Festival in Forest City, Iowa. Headliners for this 3 day festival were Blake Shelton, Rascal Flats, 38 Special and Dierks Bentley.

Our commitment to recreating the sounds of the 60s with a true joy of performance are guaranteed to bring a smile and make you want to get up and dance

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Tribute to Elton John "Simply Elton"
June 1st
7:00 pm - Cover $20

Brian Harris is a virtuoso pianist, trained at Hartt School of Music in Connecticut and is also an experienced jazz pianist and at his core a true rock-n-roller. Brian created the Simply Elton show in 2012, envisioning a tribute to Sir Elton John that captured the magic and energy of the icon's live performances. He performed over the years as a solo pianist and backing keyboardist/backing vocalist in many bands. Brian also served three years as a Sergeant in the Fourth U.S. Army Band stationed at Fort Sheridan, Illinois, performing as the band's primary pianist. In 2012, it was time for him to step out front. And there has been NO looking back! Brian has performed hundreds of Simply Elton shows thrilling audiences all over, and looks forward to MANY more in the years to come. Brian and Simply Elton have performed internationally in the British Virgin Islands, Canada, Ireland, Mexico and China, along with a steady schedule of performances in the midwest and throughout the United States. The essence of the Simply Elton act is that it brings together Brian's energy, finely-tuned "Elton" vocals, love of wearing wild outfits on stage, and of course his virtuoso piano technique to make Simply Elton a fitting tribute to the rock & roll genius of Elton John.

Simply Elton is backed by the Mad Hatters Band, a group of seasoned and talented rock & roll professionals that set the foundation for Simply Elton to fly over. Brian and the group are based in the Chicago area, yet perform literally anywhere/everywhere in the world that an over-the-top Elton show is desired! He also enjoys performing intimate solo performances on occasion (as did Sir Elton himself as well).

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Patsy Cline Tribute
June 8th
7:00 pm - Cover $20

Julie Kaiser has starred as Patsy Cline in "Always Patsy Cline" and "Walking After Midnight" numerous times and always delivers a stellar performance. Ms. Kaiser, a classically trained vocalist, has appeared in many other theatrical productions as well, including her recent portrayal of the Wicked Witch in The Wizard of Oz at the Bemidji Community Theater. Her commanding stage presence and crystal-clear voice make every performance a night to remember!

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LaCrosse Sessions Band
June 14th
7:00 pm - Cover $10

The La Crosse Sessions Band is a multi instrument/vocal group that embodies the spirit of an old pub session. Inspired by Bruce Springsteen's "The Seeger Sessions", the band play songs from the fabric of America. Songs that need to be played because they are a part of our American story. It's the community of voices and instruments that make the La Crosse Sessions Band unique. Horns and fiddles, guitars and accordion, congas and keyboards. They all play together and remind us of the sessions of yesteryear.

The Tone-Benders
June 15th
7:30 pm - Cover $15

Dave Rogers & the Tone-Benders play danceable classic rock and blues music influenced by English bands of the 1960s. Dave Rogers - Guitar & Vocals

Laun Braithwait - Guitar & Vocals
Christian Sveen - Bass & Vocals
Terry Nirva - Drums

Willow Waters with Opener Mikey Marget
June 21st
7:30 pm - Cover $10

Willow Waters:
As the ripples on the surface of the river mingle and transform the lines and reflections of our world, so Willow Waters' music shapeshifts and defies categorization. Dancing lithely between rock and roll, country, old folk, and jazz; bolstered by rich, intricate, and often surprising arrangements and instrumentation, her music exhibits exhaustive precision and delightful variety.

Mikey Marget:
Mikey Marget (they/them) plays progressive folk, improvisational, and traditional music for cello, voice, and tenor guitar. Their music moves between gentle, traditional sounds and shreddy fiddle tunes. Mikey is based in Minneapolis, but loves the challenge of getting a full-sized cello onto an airplane. They have played festivals in collaboration with local musicians in the United States, Tunisia, Denmark, Croatia, and Chile. Mikey is currently working on a batch of new original music centered around Old-time American, Scandinavian, and current singer-songwriter styles.

GRB- Brueggen Family Band
June 22nd
1:00 pm - Cover $10

Gary Brueggen has been performing on stage since 1982, with his dad, uncles, and cousin. The Ridgeland Dutchmen has been a family band for many years, and to this day, Gary continues the tradition performing with his immediate family. Gary plays concertina, bass and vocals, his wife Brianne plays piano, their oldest son Mason, 13 years old, is the drummer. 9-year-old daughter Matelynn (Matti) sings with the band and their youngest son Maverick (7) will join the band on stage on occasion with his toy concertina.

The band has primarily played polkas and waltzes, but with the times changing, so has the music they learned. They will be providing a large variety of music, old time fox trots, country, 50's-60's with some polkas and waltzes sprinkled in for those that do still enjoy and like to dance to that style as well.

The band is looking forward to their first ever performance at Leo and Leona's on Saturday June 22nd.

Mr. Blink
June 28th
7:00 pm - Cover $10

Mr. Blink is a 6-piece Big River Rhythm Rock band from La Crosse, Wisconsin. They are releasing their 4th album "Shine" in 2023. A 33-year music staple in the Driftless area, their original music is about good times and real people. Danceable and relatable tunes create a happy time and the Mr. Blink shows. Bluegrass fiddle with Cuban congas and honkey tonk piano weave in and around a guitar, bass, and drum section.

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Neil Diamond Tribute
June 22th
7:00 pm - Cover $20

Eric "Diamond" has been Wisconsin's Favorite Neil Diamond Tribute Artist for the last 22 years. He has been told on countless occasions that he "sounds more like Neil than Neil Diamond does". Primarily performing in Wisconsin, for the last fourteen years Eric has also toured the casinos, theaters, country clubs, American Legion posts, Moose Lodges and festivals of Florida, South Dakota, Kansas, Kentucky, Minnesota, Michigan, and Illinois as a solo performer as well as a headliner with the Ultimate Legends Band Tribute Show.

In the beginning, Eric worked with several other entertainers and Tribute Artists as part of a duo to provide an energetic evening filled with a variety of great music. Eventually going solo and taking his one-man "Neil & Nostalgia" show on the road, Eric has been wowing crowds not only with his spot-on vocal performance of Neil Diamond's biggest hits, but also with his tributes to artists like Johnny Cash, John Cougar Mellencamp, The Doors and the nostalgic "one-hit wonders" of the 60s and 70s.

Over the last several years, Eric has been showcased on various television, radio and podcast feature stories, performances, and interviews. He has performed for sold out crowds at historic Wisconsin Theaters such as Manitowoc's Civic Center, Wausau's Grand Theater, Racine's Memorial Hall and Sentry Theater in Stevens Point. Eric has also been a favorite for many years at The Wisconsin State Fair and Summerfest, the World's Largest Music Festival.

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