MWMF at Home Lineup

A streaming schedule of these artists is available here. Thanks to grant funding from the MN Legacy Amendment and the help of valued sponsors, all artists will be paid, and streams are free for all to watch. Learn how to stream the fest here. 

Charlie Parr   FRIDAY MAY 8     9:15 PM  

Duluth, MN  • Country Blues 
An easily confused and very shy individual, Charlie Parr has been traveling around singing his songs ever since leaving Austin Minnesota in the 1980’s in search of Spider John Koerner, whom he found about 100 miles north at the Viking Bar one Sunday night. The experience changed his life, made him more or less unemployable, and brings us to now: 13 recordings, 250 shows a year or more, 200,000 miles on a well broke in Kia, and a nasty fear of heights. Resonator fueled folk songs from Duluth Minnesota.

Link for digital tour tickets Go Fund Me | Website

Sierra Ferrell  SATURDAY MAY 9     7:45 PM

Nashville, TN  •  Americana/Old-Time
Born from the dark, rich soil of West Virginia, raised in the clear, hop-scented country air, Sierra Ferrell cut her teeth on the rail lines, truck stops, street corners, and dingy, dimly lit listening rooms all across the land, belting out her old-time melodies, a sorcery, drawing her patrons, ever more deeply, into her animated tapestry of forlorn, star-crossed love, of longing, poverty, of suffering and triumph, encompassing that irreconcilable thrum of the human spirit and all the complexities of emotion that come with it.

Venmo – @sierraelizabethferrell  |  Buy Merch  | Paypal – PayPal.me/sierra3456 |  Website

King Pari  SATURDAY MAY 9     9:30 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Psych / Soul
King Pari is a Minneapolis based lo-fi R&B group made up of Cameron Kinghorn (Nooky Jones, Black Market Brass) and Joe Paris Christensen (PHO, Velvet Negroni). The group was formed in the Spring of 2019 after Christensen sent Kinghorn demos recorded on a Tascam 388. The duo started writing together soon afterward, stumbling on a sound that makes a nod to 80s Minneapolis sound and dance music covered in a thick layer of psychedelia. Throughout 2019 King Pari finished their debut EP, produced, engineered, and mixed by Kinghorn and Christensen in Christensen’s bedroom. The EP is set to be released in 2020 accompanied by an animation by Jake Huffcutt.

Venmo – @Cameron-Kinghorn | Website

The Minks  SATURDAY MAY 9     7 PM

Nashville, TN • Psych Blues
The Minks are Nashville’s “psychedelic-bloos” band, heavy on the rock and roll. We’re talking low-down, all the way, purse-lipped, eyes-shut, head-whirling kind of rock and roll. The band’s palpable sound has roots in every music fan’s top ten—from Lou to Patti to Creedence to Hank. Mixed with raw, jangly instrumentation and soulful saccharine vocals, it’s as much a throwback as it is an answer to the often overlooked underbelly of Nashville’s rock and roll scene.

Venmo – @nikkibarberrr  |  Buy Merch 

Stoop Kids  SATURDAY MAY 9     11:15 PM

Nashville / New Orleans • Funk / Jazz
New Orleans-born quintet, Stoop Kids, has created a psychedelic conglomeration of genres that both honors and reinvents the classic sounds of hip-hop, doo wop, jazz, and surf-rock. Stoop Kids’ impressive touring résumé includes supporting slots for Galactic and St. Paul and the Broken Bones.

Venmo: @Stoop-Kids | Paypal: paypal.me/contact@stoopkidsmusic.com | Buy Merch


Mae Simpson  SATURDAY MAY 9     10:30 PM

Minneapolis, MN • R&B / Rock
Mae Simpson is pure energy and soul. 2019’s Best New Band, according to City Pages readers, Mae hails originally from South Carolina, and has a huge voice and stage presence – drawing comparisons to “Janis Joplin and Ella Fitzgerald, with the rasp of Joan Jett.” Her band helps her showcase a broad collection of original music that refuses to fall neatly into a single genre – blistering funk and dance music, soul and blues — bringing the crowd to their feet every time.

PaypalPayPal.Me/maesimpsonmusic@gmail.com | Website

The Shackletons  SATURDAY MAY 9     9 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Rock
A striking combination of late 1980s Mpls punk and a jubilant, youthful take on grungy-pop, these three brothers just might make you shout from the roof tops, “I’ve seen the new face of rock-n-roll”

Gully Boys  FRIDAY MAY 8     10:15 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Grunge Rock
“Picked to Click” by the Mpls. City Pages in 2018, this power trio continues to live up to its reputation through sweltering live sets and rambunctious, crackling, stage energy.

Venmo: @gullyboysband | BUY MERCH

Karate Chop, Silence  SATURDAY MAY 9     8:00 PM

Winona, MN • Jam Rock
With a keen sense of catchy, dance-friendly music and uncanny chemistry, Karate Chop, Silence leaves everything on the stage and maintains a level of performance energy that’s bound to bring audiences to their level of intensity by the end of the show.

The Mammoths  FRIDAY MAY 8     6:15 PM

Austin, TX • Rock
Back by popular demand, The Mammoths are storming the country with their brand of “grunge-endrix” style of blues rock meets psychedelia. Originally formed in middle school, this quartet is a fireworks display of what can happen when you stay friends and grind that engine on the road for years.

Venmo – @themammothsmusic | Paypal – PayPal.Me/themammoths |  Buy Merch

Three Star Revival  FRIDAY MAY 8     9:45 PM

Nashville, TN • Funk/Soul
Founded in Knoxville, TN, Three Star Revival is serving up a big ol’ helping of southern-fried funk. Meaningful lyrics, catchy melodies, and extended improvisational sections take the listener across a plethora of genres including soul/r&b/jazz/funk and tie it all together through a high energy rock show that will keep you movin’.

PayPal –paypal.me/threestarrevival | Venmo – @threestarrevival | Website 

Russell Pedersen  FRIDAY MAY 8     8:00 PM

Winona, MN • Bluegrass

From the heralded WI bluegrass quintet Horseshoes and Handgrenades and one of its principle songwriters, Pedersen has been writing salt of the earth classics for years now. Recently transplanted to Winona, this will be a special night of hearing his solo, original tunes and stripped-down versions of H&H favorites.

PayPal –paypal.me/horseshoesbanjo@gmail.com | Buy Merch

Farewell Milwaukee  FRIDAY MAY 8     4:45 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Folk/Rock
Mainstays of the Minneapolis music scene since 2008, Farewell Milwaukee embraces the role that their Midwestern towns have played in shaping them artistically, garnering them fans through their authentic lyrics, lush vocal harmonies, and an honest sincerity at live shows. It is because of this, they have gathered accolades from local and national press, landed a song placement on major-network TV, opened for the Lumineers (among others), and are featured on compilations alongside Mumford & Sons, Adele and Amos Lee.

Venmo: @farewellmilwaukee | BUY MERCH

General B & The Wiz  SATURDAY MAY 9     9:45 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Rock-n-Roll
General B and the Wiz is made up of a few really nice jazz boys who are into some really weird, yet wholesome, stuff. The band connects with you, specifically, by writing songs from the heart and putting on high-energy performances that will melt your face and tickle your senses from the inside out. As collaborative songwriters, General B and the Wiz delivers high-energy music that will keep you laughing, dancing, and rocking to your heart’s content until you eventually die someday.

Venmo: @GeneralBandTheWiz | PayPal: paypal.me/GBandTheWiz@gmail.com | Buy Merch

Adam Greuel  FRIDAY MAY 8     7:00 PM

Stevens Point, WI • Bluegrass

From the heralded WI bluegrass quintet Horseshoes and Handgrenades and one of its principle songwriters, Pedersen has been writing salt of the earth classics for years now. Recently transplanted to Winona, this will be a special night of hearing his solo, original tunes and stripped-down versions of H&H favorites.

Venmo: @adamgreuel | Paypal: PayPal.me/AdamGreuel | Buy Merch

Coyote Kid  SATURDAY MAY 9     10:45 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Alt Rock
An aggressive story music band that creates large-scale concept albums incorporating narrative and cinematic elements to craft their tales. For fans of Murder by Death, My Chemical Romance, and Gogol Bordello, with a spaghetti-western, Tarantino twist. The Pack runs together. Welcome aboard.

Venmo: @Coyote-Kid

Jillian Rae  FRIDAY MAY 8     5:30 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Americana/Indie Rock
Violiner. Singer. Songwriter. Teacher. Eater. Lover. Friend. Effect pedaler. Observer. Journaler. Traveler. Professional thrifter. Reader of books. Hater of screens. Snuggler of animals. Admirer of art. Professional colorer. Mediocre drawer. Decent cooker of things. Coffee drinker. Wine sipper. Person who takes photos of food when it looks pretty. Zumba enthusiast. Lake swimmer. Star gazer. Admirer of large icicles. Appreciator of the odd things in life. Dreamer.

Paypal: paypal.me/ejmarti@gmail.com | Venmo: @JRaeMusicYo

The Lowest Pair  SATURDAY MAY 9     8:45 PM

Olympia, WA • Folk / Bluegrass
Kendl Winter, born in Arkansas, moved to Olympia, Washington after high school, drawn to the evergreen forests and the lively and thriving music scene. She put three solo records out on Olympia’s indie label, K Records, and performed in nationally-touring northwest string bands before beginning The Lowest Pair in 2013 with Palmer T. Lee. Palmer built his first banjo when he was 19 from pieces he serendipitously inherited. Shortly after deciding songwriting would be the most effective and enjoyable medium for his musings, he began cutting his teeth fronting Minneapolis string bands and touring the midwest festival circuit, which is where he and Kendl first met, on the banks of the Mississippi River.

Venmo:  @TheLowestPair |Paypal:  PayPal.me/theLowestPair | BUY MERCH

Miss Myra & the Moonshiners  FRIDAY MAY 8     7:45 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Old-time/Jazz/Blues
Myra Joan “The Boss” Burnette is a threat on every level. Her golden voice will bring you from rock bottom to ecstasy and back while her driving guitar rhythm holds the boys in the band together. If you let her near a piano, you’ll hear virtuosity from ragtime to Lizst. She is known for abandoning the stage to tear up the dance floor, and is a devotee of lindy hop, charleston, and blues. Oh, and she plays clarinet. And composes. Stop it Miss Myra, leave some for the rest of us.

Venmo: @Myra-Burnette |  Buy Merch

TUGG      SATURDAY MAY 9     11:15 AM

La Crosse, WI • Ska/Reggae

Hailing from La Crosse, WI, this reggae band defies all cheesehead-stereotypes with their seriously grooving tropical beats and breezy melodies.



Space Monkey Mafia  FRIDAY MAY 8     10:30 PM

St. Paul, MN • Ska
A band with a stellar new take on horn-driven, high-powered rock has emerged: Space Monkey Mafia. Their unique blend of crafty horn arrangements, tight vocal harmonies, and catchy songwriting colored by an anti-establishment streak has kept crowds skanking and hollering across 13 states since their inception in 2016.

Venmo: @Blake-Foster-18 | PayPal: paypal.me/blakefoster937@yahoo.com | Buy Merch

The Medium  FRIDAY MAY 8     11:00 PM

Nashville, TN • Psych-Pop
The Nashville four-piece The Medium, have spent the last few years playing live and honing their sound, a kind of psych-pop that draws from the best of the ‘60s and ‘70s. Often showing both their sense of humor and their honest introspection about life and relationships in their music, it’s obvious the band simply likes to have a good time.

Venmo: @themedium | Paypal: paypal.me/michaelbrudi 

Katy Vernon  SATURDAY MAY 9     2:00 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Pop/Folk
Katy Vernon grew up in London, England and has been writing and singing as long as she can remember. Seeking a new way to find her voice led a singer of sad songs to a happy instrument. Katy always poured herself into her lyrics but sometimes found it difficult to share some of her most personal subject matter with an audience. Despite her inclination towards the melancholy, Katy has always been a natural entertainer. Finding that balance of musicality and expression led her to the ukulele. Not simply as a novelty toy or even as an increasingly popular jam band instrument, this little Hawaiian guitar opened up Katy’s songwriting and allowed her to take herself a little less seriously and in turn got her taking her music career a lot more seriously.

Pay Pal: PayPal.me/Katyvernon

The Nunnery  FRIDAY MAY 8     3:15 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Electronic/Choral/Looping
The Nunnery is a solo act of Sarah Elstran. Creating melding meditative, lush soundscapes with layered vocal loops and catchy hooks. More of an experience than just a sound, The Nunnery’s somewhat-improvised performances are informed by the spaces in which they occur, and her live shows often incorporate other forms of art such as live visual projections.

Venmo: @Sarah-Elstran | Paypal: paypal.me/thenunnerymusic@gmail.com | Buy Merch

Vial      SATURDAY MAY 9     3:30 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Punk
VIAL is a Minneapolis-based band of students focused on activism in diversity and inclusion in the music scene. Their punk songs with pop prowesses explore the aspects of looming adulthood and gender dynamics.



Jesse Ray & the Carolina Catfish    SATURDAY MAY 9     6:15 PM

Grand Rapids, MI • Garage Rock
It’s the kind of band that’ll give 21 year-olds and their grandparents a chance to out-dance each other. This band will take full advantage of Elvis-style vocals, splitting harmonica, and a drummer that won’t allow your hips to stop moving. They have performed across the country with Brian Setzer, J.D. Mcpherson, Big Sandy and his Fly-Rite Boys, and The Blackfoot Gypsies. 


Brothers Burn Mountain    FRIDAY MAY 8     8:30 PM

Duluth, MN • Rock
The [Brothers Burn Mountain] are a duo of electric guitar and drums playing blues-infused music, like The Black Keys but different. Swirling harmonies are set atop fast rhythms, drums are synced up or pulled perfectly away from guitar riffs–it’s tight but not stiff, locked but not robotic. Seeing them play is definitely a hypnotic treat. 

Paypal: paypal.me/brothersburnmountain |  Website


Eleganza!    FRIDAY MAY 8     8:45 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Rock-n-Roll
Eleganza! is anything it wants to be….it has been simmered, stirred, shaked, stewed, suckled, and sucked in by the almighty Rock and Roll!  At this point in their lifespan, they are noted for both being simultaneously wise,  and still stupid “veterans” of rock and roll.   The band features luminaries of all sorts—Bar Owner, a Hair Stylist, a Game of Thrones Blacksmith, a BBC Peel Session, and Drummer Extraordinaire!  In the words of Doug Anderson, they’re “smoking and drinking, and God knows what—taking whatever it takes.” 

PayPal: paypal.me/riffhard50@hotmail.com | BUY MERCH


Andy Hughes    FRIDAY MAY 8     4:00 PM

La Crosse, WI • Folk/Americana
Andy Hughes is an award-winning, chart-topping singer-songwriter who has spent the last 20 years amidst the music scene of the Upper-Midwest. For much of that time, Andy has been the front-man and songwriter for the successful ska/reggae band, TUGG. More recently, Hughes released his debut record, “Heartland and Heartache”; drawing comparisons to classic country singers like Cash and contemporary folk artists like Greg Brown.



Druzy Rose    FRIDAY MAY 8     7:15 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Dream-Pop
Druzy Rose is a seven piece group born in a basement of Minneapolis, Minnesota in November of 2018. Although driven primarily by dreamy lyrics about the life and times of a part time party girl, full time cynic, the band also features high energy performances on alto and tenor saxophone, piano, synth, guitar, bass, production, and drums. Seamlessly combining the genres of bedroom/ dream pop and piano driven indie, Druzy Rose creates music that speaks deeply to the troubled collective human consciousness in a manner that is both charmingly whimsical and brutally raw.

Venmo: @Megan-G516 | Paypal: paypal.me/megangunderman@gmail.com



Bad Posture Club    FRIDAY MAY 8     5:00 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Folk/Old-Time
Bad Posture Club is the tight duo Maren Day and Morgan Kavanagh. Together they craft original music and reinterpret traditional folk songs. Before relocating to the Twin Cities, they grew up in the Pacific Northwest and have been playing music together since in 2013. With voices, banjo, and guitar, they invite intimacy and togetherness in song.

Venmo: @maren-day-1 | BUY MERCH



Queen Drea        SATURDAY MAY 9     4:45 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Voice-Loops N Effects
Queen Drea  creates conceptual soundscapes. By applying a poetic and often metaphorical language to her lyrics and compositions, she tries to approach a wide scale of subjects in a multi-layered way and likes to involve the audience in conversation as they accompany her on her musical journey.

Venmo: @QueenDrea-VLE


Lena Elizabeth    SATURDAY MAY 9     1:00 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Folk/Soul
Lena Elizabeth is a singer/songwriter and Minneapolis native writing songs influenced by folk with a voice rooted in the blues. The youngest in a household of musicians, she blends old and new to create a pop sound that is approachable across generations.

Venmo: @Lena-Elizabeth-Music | Patreon | Website 


Jaybone Bell      SATURDAY MAY 9     12:30 PM

Winona, MN • Folk/Americana

Jason Ziebell is Jaybone Bell. Song craft takes a center stage leading to haunting melodies that bring the listener deep into the river valleys and myth-making story tales of a life among the hills and countryside of the upper Midwest. Joined by Isaac Sammis on banjo.



VILD    SATURDAY MAY 9     2:45 PM

Menomonie, WI • Synth Pop
I AM VILD, an earth sister, sharing sweet, genuine sounds from the depths of my heart, by the strength of my moon, and through the roots of my soul. ‘All I ask of you, is forever to remember me as loving you.’



Sprig of That    FRIDAY MAY 8     5:45 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Folk Fusion
Sprig of That is a folk-fusion trio that combines vibrant Americana, Western classical virtuosity, and world rhythmic textures to form a surprisingly natural acoustic blend. Violinist Isabel Dammann and guitarist Ilan Blanck met at Lawrence University, where they had many opportunities to work together through a variety of ensembles and projects. They met tabla player Krissy Bergmark through a mutual friend and Lawrentian, and when Isabel and Ilan both moved to the Twin Cities, the three decided to collaborate.

PayPal: paypal.me/isabeldammann@gmail.com |  Website



Steam Machine    SATURDAY MAY 9     5:45 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Old-Time/Bluegrass
Steam Machine sits somewhere between the full, round, sounds of American old-time stringband music and the raw drive of early bluegrass. Steam Machine is AJ Srubas- Fiddle, Aaron Tacke- Banjo/Vocals, Rina Rossi-Guitar/Vocals, Nokosee Fields- Bass

Venmo: @fiddlingaj | Paypal: Paypal.me/steammachinemusic | Buy Merch



Lou Shields    FRIDAY MAY 8     3:30 PM

Madison, WI • Folk Blues
Shields continues the tradition of American music with a solo-performance that pulls in styles of days-gone-by. Using his National Resonator Guitar or Banjo accompanied by a unique front porch style of foot percussion and harmonica, he uses his voice as an extension of the past. Lou carries a full sound during live performances while sharing stories, thoughts and experiences with the audience. He has toured throughout the United States and Europe for over 8 years and has released 4 full-length albums and 13 EP’s.





Luke Callen    FRIDAY MAY 8     6:30 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Folk/Americana
Luke Callen is a hard-driving, finger-style guitar picker originally from the small river town of La Crosse, WI-in the heart of the Driftless region. Pulling from the traditions of American folk, blues, and country music, Luke has one foot in the past and one foot in the here and now. Echoing the voices of Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Ramblin’ Jack Elliot and Townes Van Zandt, Luke crafts songs of people, places, and time in all of its forms. 

Paypal: paypal.me/lukecallenmusic | Venmo: @luke-callen | Website


Nici Peper    SATURDAY MAY 9     5:30 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Folk/Americana

Nici Peper is an Americana singer-songwriter based loosely based in the Minnesota/ Wisconsin region. Growing up around gospel music and a family of storytellers, her lyrics reflect the soul and honesty of their influences. Her music exposes a gentle heart- one that writes of love, heartbreak, and dreams.

Venmo: @NiciPeper | Paypal: PayPal.me/nicipeper | BUY MERCH



Space Heaters    SATURDAY MAY 9     10:45 AM

La Crosse, WI • Funk

SpaceHeaters is an original horn heavy funk-rock band, formed in the driftless valley with the sole mission of delivering tasty grooves and unparalleled performance.

Venmo: @Troy-Glasel |BUY MERCH



Stanton West    SATURDAY MAY 9     1:15 PM

Stevens Point, WI • Folk Rock
Stanton West is an award-winning songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, playwright, puppeteer, and world traveling troubadour from Wisconsin.

Paypal: paypal.me/stantonwestmusic@gmail.com | Website |  FREE Songwriters Guide


Gregg Hall    SATURDAY MAY 9     11:30 AM

La Crosse, WI • Americana
Gregg Hall, founder of Deece Productions, has been a staple in the Midwest music scene for over a decade with his bands Mitgee Evers, Smokin’ Bandits, Nicholas David and the Feelin’ Band and outlaw country Minnesota legends the White Iron Band.

Venmo: @Gregg-Hall-10 | Paypal: paypal.me/deecemusicgregg@gmail.com | BUY MERCH |WEBSITE





Wheel of Fortune    SATURDAY MAY 9     6:30 PM

Winona, MN • Indie Pop
Indie pop band with a soulful kick, fronted by the introspective late-night musings of Harriet Flinsch and backed by Jackson Ramsland’s groovy bass work and Amber Fletcher’s rock ‘n’ roll tendencies on drums.  

Venmo: @jackson-ramsland |  Buy Merch


Natalie Fideler    FRIDAY MAY 8     2:45 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Alt-Pop
Natalie Fideler is a composer and singer-songwriter currently based in Minneapolis, MN. Through the use of colorful harmonies, intricate lyrics, stylistic double-dipping, and cheeky honesty, Fideler seeks to inspire deeper thought and personal reflection via catchy tunes that will leave you dancing and ripping your heart out at the same time.   

Venmo: @Natalie-Fideler | BUY MERCH


Dan Israel    SATURDAY MAY 9     2:30 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Roots/Pop
Dan Israel has never been for the faint of heart. While his tunes overflow with hooks, his lyrics are often downcast to the point of being downright depressing, and his cantankerous, get-off-my-lawn nature gives new meaning to the term “old soul.” “Old soul” nothing – sometimes Dan Israel just sounds like a grumpy old man.  

PayPal: paypal.me/danmyspace@gmail.com | Venmo: @danisraelmusic | BUY MERCH


Dangerous Fun Show      SATURDAY MAY 9     11:45 AM

Minneapolis, MN • Side Show Fun 

The Dangerous Fun Show weaves the story of ancient healers with modern sideshow stunts and humor while inspiring an audience to move beyond fear to a state of mind where anything is possible. Featuring acts of real danger and excitement presented with a focus on humor and fun, the Dangerous Fun Show is ideal for audiences of all ages.



Dr. Bob’s Puppets      SATURDAY MAY 9     3:15 PM

Winona, MN • Puppets/Theater

Renown Winona puppeteer Robert “Dr. Bob” Armstrong will be demonstrating his puppets and providing eclectic and unique programming for children of all ages.



Solar Suitcase Magik      SATURDAY MAY 9     12:15 PM

Everywhere • Looping/Participatory Band
Come one, Come all! But not all at once. Bring your instruments and step right up to experience the Magick Solar Suitcases! SuitCase Musik  is a completely solar powered, live, interactive experience where anyone can help create the next song on the spot! You can help make the next song by playing one of the suitcases, grabbing the microphone, plugging in an instrument of your own or asking a question.



KYM    FRIDAY MAY 8     4:15 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Singer-Songwriter
“KYM’s early music tastes were shaped by the CDs in her dad’s 2005 Chevy Tahoe: Alicia Keys, Joss Stone and Norah Jones. She picked up guitar in her early teens, self-taught via a Beatles hits guitar book. As a singer and poet, song-writing was a natural evolution.

Venmo: @Kim-Schneider-6 | Paypal: paypal.me/kymthebandmpls@gmail.com | BUY MERCH


Carlisle Evans Peck & The Lady’s Slippers            SATURDAY MAY 9     7:15 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Orchestral Pop
Carlisle Evans Peck’s music lays out a vivid landscape of human emotion and experience. Traversing terrain as diverse as queerness and ecology, his songs unfold like intricate and heartbreaking mythologies. With the indelible mastery of his band The Lady’s Slippers – an eclectic and shapeshifting mix of strings, choral harmonies, electric guitar, and driving percussion – these sagas swirl and soar with a new expansive, raw power. This music is somewhere between a candlelit night at the theater and an ancient sung-epic – listeners, expect to be transported.

Venmo: @Carlisle-Evans Peck | Paypal: paypal.me/ carlisleevanspeck10@augustana.edu | BUY MERCH


Wayne Burgess      SATURDAY MAY 9     1:45 PM

Minneapolis, MN • Americana
Former Winonan, Wayne Burgess, plays Americana with stylings of Old Time Blues, Jazz, Folk and Country.

Venmo: @wayne-burgess-6


Keep For Cheap      SATURDAY MAY 9     4:15 PM

St. Paul, MN • Rock
Easy breezy rock and roll out of St. Paul, MN

Venmo:  @Autumn-618 |  BUY MERCH


Rogue The Wolf      SATURDAY MAY 9     5:00 PM

Winona, MN • Melodic Grunge
Rogue the Wolf is a three-piece rock band best described as melodic grunge; with sounds that range from moody acoustic jams to loud angsty 90’s infused rock. Their gritty songwriting and live performance make this band a unique rock-n-roll experience.



Milana Shira      SATURDAY MAY 9     4:00 PM

Winona, MN • Folk
Local singer/songwriter Milana Shira has been playing music since she was nine finding inspiration from the likes of John Denver and Brandi Carlile.Her love of music inspires her folk/country/pop eclectic style that puts a smile on her audiences faces. When she’s not jamming on her guitar, you’ll find this outdoor lover on the hiking trails or biking along the Mississippi River. This passionate performer will give you a relaxing, yet energetic musical experience.



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