$8 in advance/$10 at the door

10:30pm doors/11pm showtime






Them Coulee Boys:

Allegedly founded at a summer camp, Them Coulee Boys have come a long way since then. Born in the back valleys of Western Wisconsin, Them Coulee Boys craft a brand of Americana that blends punk, bluegrass, and rock & roll. 

What's left is music that feels like a conversation, all while knowing just how diverse a conversation can be. A love letter or a farewell fight. A drunken confession or a sober realization. A fist raised in protest, or a hand held in harmony. Them Coulee Boys want you to find your voice in their music, and sing along.

Guitar, banjo, mandolin, bass, and a lone kick drum provide the pulse that drives the music Them Coulee Boys make. 4-part harmonies learned in dive bars and church basements alike provide a back drop for lyrics that make it "impossible not to bob your head, shake your legs, or even strum your fingers along with the beat" (The Spectator). Never the ones to stand still, Them Coulee Boys are tirelessly touring and working on their second record, due summer 2016. 

"[Them Coulee Boys] are prolific, caring, and a fiercely good time on stage and off." - Volume One Magazine






The Morton Sisters from Eau Claire, WI provide the perfect soundtrack for embracing the beauty in pain. Songwriting sisters Hannah, Becca and Mookie weave influences of Alternative, Americana and Desert Rock with raw emotion in their songs. They are all confident vocalists knowing what each will bring to the table to sing lead, but also support one another with beautifully hard-hitting harmonies. Topping off the harmonic sheen is an instrumental arsenal including violin, guitar, banjo, mandolin and ukulele. Combine this with an un-apologetic rhythm section in tow and the whole of this band is far greater than the sum of its parts.  Their first EP, Neap Tide, was recorded live in a 13 hour session at Pine Hollow Audio. Drawing influence from Ingrid Michaelson, Regina Spektor and Ellie Goulding with an appreciation for classic rock, the Morton Sisters elude being defined by a single genre.