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Pickwick Fire and Rescue is hosting their second annual Spaghetti Dinner!
This an all-you-can-eat dinner. $8 for Adults and $4 for children 12 and under.
Pickwick Fire and Rescue is a non-profit volunteer fire and rescue organization. All proceeds from this event will go towards vital emergency and rescue equipment for our Department.
David Nash is a Minnesota native living in the Driftless Area of Wisconsin. David plays rustic acoustic folk/pop. With a lexicon of 5 albums, his creativity and skillful songwriting is apparent in each song. A true storyteller who is quick to turn a phrase and connect with each listener. In his words, “Music should make you feel something deep in your bones. I’m always working to share a story that strikes a chord
with someone out there.”
The Winona Arts center presents a concert by Layne Yost dedicated to the music of John Denver. Yost’s “Tribute to the Music of John Denver” is a faithful tribute that pays homage to the music and the man. Layne’s got a John Denver voice, all sweet and pure. Yost, accompanied by Jon Shimoda, and Carol McDowall capture the simple soul of Denver’s music through guitar, upright bass and fiddle arrangements.
Tommy, Jason and Alex from River Bend are well known for their rockin’ ways. For this special show, and to honor Tommy and George Harrison’s birthdays (February 25th), the guys are celebrating the music of the ex-Beatle and solo artist in his own right and plenty of Tommy’s own music. To make the show even more memorable, they are joined by special guest, local legend and guitar aficionado Dave Rogers – kind of like Eric Clapton joining Harrison for a jam session.
A Frankenstein Film Series featuring Frankenweenie a 2008 animated film directed by Tim Burton. When a boy’s beloved dog passes away suddenly, he attempts to bring the animal back to life through a powerful science experiment.
CABIN FEVER RELIEVER!
Seven Rivers Jazz Band will be “Swingin’ Dixie” at the La Crosse Moose Lodge!
Regular reed player Ray Dretske will be back on tenor sax.
Hope to see you!
Jim Reineke began performing in Minneapolis in the early 1970s as a solo performer and in a duo with guitarist Richard Klatt. After about a 35-year break, Jim switched from guitar to mandolin started performing again as a member of the Zephyr Valley String Band and the Beef Slough Boys. Currently he is a member of the Wing Dam Jammers and Turkey Creek in Winona and is starting to perform solo again. Join him for an evening of blues, bluegrass, and all things mandolin.
Proceeds will help register the gym and couches with the U.S.A. Boxing Assc. And help in the upkeep of equipment.The Lion’s Den is a nonprofit organization to teach area youth and adults the art of boxing.
When he was just a kid in rural Iowa, Joe fashioned his first slide by sawing the end off the handle bar of his old Schwinn. And he has not stopped playing the blues yet. Together with partner in rhyme, singer/guitarist and wife Vicky, The Prices tours the US constantly, spreading old school guitar blues and great times.
Stacy, is from right here in Winona, has sung and played guitar throughout the area for the past 30+ years; she has performed as a vocalist with several choirs at St. Olaf College, as part of an Acoustic duo on a riverboat on the Mississippi river for 20 summers, at the MN State Fair, with a Wyoming Bluegrass group in an old historic hotel, and at the Winona Great River Shakespeare Festival with her Jazz group, the Not Just Jazz Quartet, to just mention a few.
For her Coffee House concerts, Stacy enjoys performing a variety of genres… ranging from Folk, Country, Acoustic Rock, Pop, to Originals.
Old school all boys bluegrass band really knows how to get the crowd moving! They have a charm about their music you cant deny. Bring your friends down and listen to some great originals or widely loved covers.
“Irish American” is the new duo record by northern Minnesota-based musicians Teague Alexy and Erik Berry. Berry is the mandolinist for nationally recognized bluegrass act Trampled by Turtles. Alexy is a celebrated singer-songwriter both under his own name and in the Americana group Hobo Nephews of Uncle Frank.
Eds No Name and Boats & Bluegrass are proud to present The Railsplitters. Although rooted in traditional bluegrass and old time music, The Railsplitters are pushing the boundaries of those genres in every sense. With their lush harmonies, instrumental virtuosity and non-conformist songwriting, The Railsplitters deftly demonstrate what happens when musical influences ranging from samba to hip hop merge with traditional Appalachian music.