FRI, JANUARY 4, 7PM

BaRe BoNeS

Bare Bones play a ruckus blend of Honky Tonk, Country, Rock & Roll, Roots, and Americana. Bob Berg, Jack White, Mike Mullen, Rourke Conners, and Mike Haselman deliver maximum fun per square inch.  Wear a helmet and fasten your safety belt.  

 $5 - Children under 14 admitted free 

FRI, FEBRUARY 1, 7PM

 

BreAKaWay BlOnDes

 

Originally from Wisconsin, Chris Clements and Shannon Hushaw of the Breakaway Blondes will be back at The Shed for one of our winter concert series. With harmonies as tight as sisters, the singer/songwriter duo brings original material along with beloved classics and standards. Mixing it up with acoustic guitars, keys, and a few tales of where life has taken them, they try to play a little something everyone will enjoy.
 

$5 - Children under 14 admitted free 

FRI, MARCH 8, 7PM

 

MiKE MunSOn

 

Mike Munson makes his home in Winona, Minnesota, a town sandwiched between the Mississippi River and the bluffs, with train tracks cutting through its middle. Well known for playing outstanding slide guitar blues, the driving rhythms in his songs are reminiscent of the trains that barrel through his neighborhood. He’s a humble fellow who loves making food and playing guitar and singing.

 

$5 - Children under 14 admitted free 

 

 

 

FRI, APRIL 5, 7PM

BaRe BoNeS

Bare Bones play a ruckus blend of Honky Tonk, Country, Rock & Roll, Roots, and Americana. Bob Berg, Jack White, and Mike Mullen deliver maximum fun per square inch.  Wear a helmet and fasten your safety belt.  

 $5 - Children under 14 admitted free 

 

FRI, MAY 24, 7PM

ERik KoSkiNEn

 

A native of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Koskinen has been a just-under-the-radar-cornerstone of the Twin Cities music scene for going on a decade. StarTribune writer Jon Bream has called him “the state's best pure country singer/songwriter”, while lifelong Twin Cities music observer Jim Walsh, who has covered everybody from Willie Murphy to Bruce Springsteen calls him, very simply, “The Real Deal.”

Opening: Tim Sears

 $5 - Children under 14 admitted free 

                          

FRI, MAY 31, 7PM

JaSon ChAfFeE

with Special Guest Dawn Marie

 

Jason Chaffee, from Minneapolis, writes ambient and catchy pop-rock with great driving melodies and an emotionally charged sound palate. Chaffee will be joined by a seasoned line of musicians recognized from bands like Gin Blossoms, Eddie Money, Soul Asylum, and Owl City.  Jason is a local to the area, and we’re stoked to invite him home for a night with you at The Potter’s Shed!

 

 $5 - Children under 14 admitted free 

FRI, JUNE 7, 7PM

BaRe BoNeS

Bare Bones play a ruckus blend of Honky Tonk, Country, Rock & Roll, Roots, and Americana. Bob Berg, Jack White, and Mike Mullen deliver maximum fun per square inch.  Wear a helmet and fasten your safety belt.  

 $5 - Children under 14 admitted free 

BaRe BoNeS

Bare Bones play a ruckus blend of Honky Tonk, Country, Rock & Roll, Roots, and Americana. Bob Berg, Jack White, and Mike Mullen deliver maximum fun per square inch.  Wear a helmet and fasten your safety belt.  

 $5 - Children under 14 admitted free 

FRI, JUNE 14, 7PM

ThE PLoTT hOUnDs

Coming together on the Mississippi River in 2014 The Plott Hounds have created a dedicated grassroots following with their blend of Southern Rock & Roll, hints of Funky Blues and paying homage to the Outlaw Country legends of old. The Plott Hounds take pride in expressing their passion and dedication for songwriting and it’s call to playing original music found deep in the soul. The Plott Hounds addictive energy has paved their way to join the stage with names that started off as heroes and inspirations like Cody Canada, Band of Heathens, Charlie Daniels, Jason Boland and more. 

 $5 - Children under 14 admitted free 

SAT, JUNE 15

JaZZ cONcERt BeNeFit fOr tHe

SHelL LaKe ArT cENteR

The Shed is super happy to host this event every year. Bring someone along that might not be aware of the wonderful work that the Shell Lake Art Center does. The band members are world class jazz musicians who lead summer camps in Shell Lake. Proceeds go to Arts Center scholarships.

$10 donation - Children under 14 admitted free. 

FRI, JUNE 21, 7PM

ChiCKEn WiRe EmPiRe

 

Named one of "Five Wisconsin Bands to Watch in 2019” Chicken Wire Empire looks to shake up the boundaries of bluegrass. Between intriguing lyrics, rich harmonies, and excellent musicianship, they bring a fun show of high energy jam grass. Chicken Wire Empire has shared the stage with renowned musicians Yonder Mountain String Band and other notable headliners at many regional festivals including Blue Ox and Boats & Bluegrass. 

 

$10 - Children under 14 admitted free 

 

FRI, JUNE 28, 7PM

ThE LAsT REvEL

 

The Last Revel trio utilizes their multi-instrumental abilities to bring the acoustic guitar, upright bass, fiddle, 5-string banjo, harmonica, kick drum and three-part vocal harmonies together to consistently deliver “Bombastic live performances," as well as delicate and haunting folk ballads. They naturally blend the genres of Folk, Rockabilly, Old Time String-Band and Rock to create a sound that is as equally original as it is timeless.

 

 $10 - Children under 14 admitted free 

 

 

 

SAT, JUNE 29

WaShBUrn cOUnTy ArEa HuMaNE sOciETy

FuNdrAisER

 

Fundraiser for the Washburn County Humane Society. Local musicians, raffles, prizes, and plenty of food all day long.  

 $10 donation - Children under 14 admitted free 

  

FRI, JULY 5, 7PM

ArM cHaiR bOOgiE

 

Armchair Boogie is a 4-piece Bluegrass/Folk band formed in the heart of Central Wisconsin. Conceived and brought to life by Ben Majeska (guitar/vocals) and Augie Dougherty (banjo/vocals) in the Fall of 2014.
Their Main Street porch performances in Stevens Point, WI made up their first venue, and soon took on the name “Armchair Boogie”. The only thing missing was a rhythm section to drive the genre-bending sound. Eli Frieders (bass) and Dan Waterman (drums) held down the beat until Denzel Connor took over behind the kit in Spring 2017

 

$5 - Children under 14 admitted free

FRI, JULY 12, 7PM

FRI, JULY 19, 7PM

MiChAeL PeRRy and the LonG BEds

 

Wisconsin’s favorite bestselling humorist and author Michael Perry is here for a night of music, storytelling, and laughter. Perry began writing songs in the early 1990s during long nights when he was struggling to survive on prose; fast-forward twenty years and the Long Beds are currently recording their third album. Often described as "country folk," "roughneck folk," "folk-twang," and Americana, they prefer the description given by an audience member after a benefit concert in Perry's old high school gym: "You sound just like Gordon Lightfoot... only zippier!"

$15 - Children under 14 admitted free 

 

 

FRI-SAT, JULY 26 & 27

FRI NIGHT-KIND COUNTRY, BARBARO, MIKE MUNSON

SATURDAY LINEUP COMING SOON

FRI, AUG 2, 7PM

ThE PiSToL WhIpPiN 

PaRtY PeNguInS

Straight from the Mill City comes the Pistol Whippin Party Penguins.  This quintet from Minneapolis strives to maintain the original spirit of the "string band" while continuing to play new original music and creative cover songs. The combination of folk, rock, blues, bluegrass, and the occasional stage banter will create an experience that anyone can enjoy!

$5 - Children under 14 admitted free 

SAT, AUG 3, 7PM

KiNg CArDiNaL

What do you get when you combine a country music lover from South Dakota, a reggae head from Milwaukee, a gospel singer with Baptist roots from Texas, a Denver “punker” and a guy looking to start anew from the East Coast? You get King Cardinal, an Americana-folk band whose music is just as diverse as their members. The five-person power team is a culmination of individuals from diverse backgrounds. And though this local favorite began with one man and his guitar, it has come leaps and bounds since founder Brennan Mackey first moved to The Mile High city.

$5 - Children under 14 admitted free 

 

 

FRI, AUG 9, 7PM

MoLLy O

 

 

Molly O returns to our stage. Details to come.

 

$5 - Children under 14 admitted free 

 

 

SAT, AUG 10, 7PM

FRI, AUG 16, 7PM

ThEm CoULee BoYs

 

Them Coulee Boys are sure to kick down an equal dose of punk-folk calamity and Americana balladry, 4-part harmonies learned in dive bars and church basements, and a banjo stomp so infective you are sure to join with abandon. They crank out some seriously good music with such gusto and energy, it’s irresistibly fun. They have shared stages with Charlie Parr, Horseshoes and Hand Grenades, The 4onthefloor, and many more. Them Coulee Boys have also had the honor of being played on NPR’s “Simply Folk” and many other Midwest radio stations. 

$10 - Children under 14 admitted free 

 

FRI, AUG 23, 7PM

EmiLy sCoTT RoBinSoN

 

North Carolina native Emily Scott Robinson has traveled a quarter million miles and counting, paying her dues along the dusty highways of America’s wild country in the RV she calls home. Along the way, she’s captured the stories of the people she met and expertly crafted them into the songs featured on her gorgeous debut studio release, “Traveling Mercies.” Named one of Rolling Stone’s “10 New Country and Americana Artists to Watch in 2019,” Robinson received critical acclaim from Billboard, No Depression, and American Songwriter for the stories captured on her new album.  

$5 - Children under 14 admitted free 

 

FRI, AUG 30, 7PM

FRI, SEPT 6, 7PM

BaRe BoNeS

Bare Bones play a ruckus blend of Honky Tonk, Country, Rock & Roll, Roots, and Americana. Bob Berg, Jack White, and Mike Mullen deliver maximum fun per square inch.  Wear a helmet and fasten your safety belt.  

 $5 - Children under 14 admitted free 

260 Industrial Blvd. Shell Lake WI 54871

800-850-8880  fax 715-468-4123

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