Tuesday, Sep. 26th, 2017

1-3pm Tue. Sep. 26

Dunn Dulcimers

All ages, all skill levels, and all string instruments welcome.

Christ Lutheran Church 1306 Wilcox St., Menomonie

6:30-7:30pm Tue. Sep. 26

Eau Claire Guitar Club

Join instructor Tim Litscher (Evergreen Grass Band) for strumming and singing. Bring your favorite songs to share (rock, country, folk, etc.) and learn new songs, too. Each week Tim will bring new ideas for members to work on and take time to answer your musical questions.

Eau Claire Music School 1620 Ohm Avenue, Eau Claire

Cost: $5

Age: 13+

6:30-8pm Tue. Sep. 26

Learn to Jam With Others: Group Guitar Class

This six session group class builds basic hand strengths needed with emphasis on learning to play by ear with others by understanding basic music theory. For more, see our Facebook page.

Arts Coming Together: School of the Arts 107 Wilson Court, Menomonie

Cost: $75

Age: 9+, Limit 6 students

7:30-9:30pm Tue. Sep. 26

The Everly Brothers Experience

The Zmed Brothers bring a genuine and youthful Everyly Brothers Experience to the stage. Zachary and Dylan Zmed celebrate the genetic intimacy so ever present in the harmonies created by Don and Phil Everly.

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts 205 Main St. E, Menomonie

Cost: $18-25

Age: All Ages

Wednesday, Sep. 27th, 2017

7-9pm Wed. Sep. 27

Jazz Session

Join us for a night of jazz and improvised music with host, Josh Gallagher. The Wednesday night jazz sessions bring new guests each week, drawing from the large talent pool of the Chippewa Valley. Jazzers are welcome to bring their horn and sit in on a tune or two.

Acoustic Cafe 505 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

8-10pm Wed. Sep. 27

The Mavericks

The genre-defying Mavericks are declaring their independence and stepping out on their own with Brand New Day, the first studio album released on Mono Mundo Recordings, the label they founded in 2016. Brand New Day is the follow-up to the widely praised albums Mono (2015) and In Time (2013).

The State Theatre 316 Eau Claire St., Eau Claire

Cost: Tickets $35-55 (Tickets subject to change.)

Age: 18+

Thursday, Sep. 28th, 2017

9:30am Thu. Sep. 28

Stand In The Light Choir Rehearsals

A choir for people in the early to mid stages of memory loss and their singing partners and volunteers to come together and share their love of music. Rehearsals are 90 minutes starting at 9:30 with social time, snacks and singing. No experience necessary, just a love of singing.

Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd 1120 Cedar St., Eau Claire

Cost: $25/couple; Scholarships available

Age: People with memory loss

6-9pm Thu. Sep. 28

Open Mic Hosted by The Rock Creek Song Dogs

bring your talent or come to listen Farm to Fork wood-fired pizza starts at 5 open mic from 6 to 9 indoor and outdoor seating dogs are welcome too

Farm to Fork Retreat at Dancing Yarrow S193 County Road BB, Mondovi

7-9pm Thu. Sep. 28

Kardemimmit Concert

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire will host the Finnish folk group, Kardemimmit, on September 28th as part of the university’s ongoing musical, scholarly and international programming. The concert, which is free and open to the public is sponsored by UW-Eau Claire’s Council on Internationaltionalization and Global Engagement.

Phillips Recital Hall, Haas Fine Arts Center, UWEC 121 Water St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

7-9pm Thu. Sep. 28

Live Music at the Acoustic Cafe: The Cry Babies

The Cry Babies draw from a wide variety of music, they emphasize acoustic versions of early Fab Four “B”-side tunes, concentrating on the vocals (their name comes from one of The Beatles’ early songs). The Cry Babies formed from a chance introduction at an open mic in Eau Claire, WI, where they found a lot of musical interests in common.

Acoustic Cafe 505 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

8-10pm Thu. Sep. 28

Open Mic

Whether you’re a rock band, singer/songwriter, poet, spoken word artist, juggler, magician, comedian or a rapper, you are welcome to sign up and perform. You name the instrument - guitar, trumpet, banjo, ukulele. Welcomes performers of all kinds.

UW-Stout Memorial Student Center, The Terrace 302 10th Ave. E, Menomonie

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Friday, Sep. 29th, 2017

3-11pm Fri. Sep. 29

Toy Car Studios: Eauktoberfest

A celebration of Wisconsin musical, confectionary, and brewing talent at Toy Car Studios. Performances by Them Coulee Boys, Idle Empress, Sniffle Party, D Janakey, Jerrika Mighelle, Chamber Noise, and Travis Lee. Enjoy performances in the shifting autumnal air of the Chippewa Valley.

Toy Car Studios 993 Peterson Ave, Eau Claire

Cost: $10 (Find tickets at Volumeonetickets.org)

7-9pm Fri. Sep. 29

Live Music at the Acoustic Cafe: Girl Band

Jen Hazen of Davy J and Friends, Jenny and the Jets, Milk and Whiskey and Weapons of Brass Destruction teams up with three amazing women in a new collaboration: Sultry Kai Ulrica of Wolves at the Door and RavenWolf, Flutist Julie Majkowski of The Chippewa Valley Flute Ensemble, Guitarist and bass player Kori Riesenweber of Beacon James.

Acoustic Cafe 505 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

8-10pm Fri. Sep. 29

Gallery Friday: Peter Mulvey's 10th Anniversary Bicycle Tour

Wisconsin-based singer-songwriter Peter Mulvey released his latest album, "Are You Listening?", on March 24, 2017. The album was produced by Ani DiFranco, and it was recorded in New Orleans with DiFranco's band. Mulvey is celebrating 25 years as a touring musician — a career that has seen him perform more than 4,000 shows and travel more than a million miles, including an annual tour by bicycle.

The Oxbow Hotel 516 Galloway St., Eau Claire

Cost: $5 (at the door or online at volumeonetickets.org)

8:30-11:30pm Fri. Sep. 29

Whyte Orfield Band

Grammy nominated Ellen Whyte from Portland, OR joins forces with Sue Orfield Band for a Blues & Beyond extravaganza. Ellen's powerful and sultry vocals are the perfect match to The Sue Orfield Band's quirky, saxophone driven sound.

The Plus 208 S. Barstow St, Eau Claire

Cost: $12 at the door

Age: All Ages

Saturday, Sep. 30th, 2017

10am Sat. Sep. 30

Jack and Kitty’s Saturday Morning Kids Show

Jack and Kitty's understanding of this younger audience comes from the years Jack and Kitty spent as co-creators and co-stars of a hit preschool kids television series, which aired on over 150 PBS member stations nationwide and in 175 countries worldwide via the AFN Family Network. Nominated for six Emmy Awards, an average of 5 million families saw Jack and Kitty’s work for youngsters every day.

Acoustic Cafe 505 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

noon-3pm Sat. Sep. 30

Live Music: Randy Adams

Randy is an acoustic guitarist, singer and writer in the "Americana" genre. He covers a wide range of music and styles from cowboy tunes to classical, old, new, and pretty much everything in between. He characterizes his style as "all over the map".

Jeremiah's Bullfrog Fish Farm N1409 566th St, Menomonie

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

7pm Sat. Sep. 30

Live at the Acoustic Cafe: Jack and Kitty’s Saturday Night Show

Jack and Kitty perform "organic acoustic folk" and have been called "one of the most entertaining acoustic groups in the Midwest" by the Minneapolis Star Tribune. A rich musical stew forms the blend of Jack and Kitty's Emmy Award winning artistic approach. It's organic and acoustic. It's laid-back with positive vibes.

Acoustic Cafe 505 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

7:30pm Sat. Sep. 30

Eau Claire Chamber Orchestra: Tafelmusik

The 20th season opener for the ECCO, this concert is a mix of baroque concertos featuring works from Telemann, Vivaldi, and Purcell.

Grace Lutheran Church 202 W. Grand Ave., Eau Claire

Cost: $23 Adults, $20 Seniors, $8 Students

Sunday, Oct. 1st, 2017

1:30-4:30pm Sun. Oct. 1

Live Music: Dan Zerr

Dan Zerr, a member of Eggplant Heroes, will be offering up a variety of pop, folk, and Americana tunes.

Jeremiah's Bullfrog Fish Farm N1409 566th St, Menomonie

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Monday, Oct. 2nd, 2017

7-10pm Mon. Oct. 2

Monday Jazz Sessions hosted by Michael Shults and Jeremy Boettcher

Join UW-Eau Claire jazz faculty Michael Shults, Jeremy Boettcher, Christine Hitt and more for our Monday night jazz series, which pays homage to the long and storied tradition of the jam session. Bring your axe, call a tune, and sit in after the first set with local professionals who have played some of the country's premier jazz venues

The Oxbow Hotel 516 Galloway St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Tuesday, Oct. 3rd, 2017

1-3pm Tue. Oct. 3

Dunn Dulcimers

All ages, all skill levels, and all string instruments welcome.

Christ Lutheran Church 1306 Wilcox St., Menomonie

6:30-7:30pm Tue. Oct. 3

Eau Claire Guitar Club

Join instructor Tim Litscher (Evergreen Grass Band) for strumming and singing. Bring your favorite songs to share (rock, country, folk, etc.) and learn new songs, too. Each week Tim will bring new ideas for members to work on and take time to answer your musical questions.

Eau Claire Music School 1620 Ohm Avenue, Eau Claire

Cost: $5

Age: 13+

6:30-8pm Tue. Oct. 3

Learn to Jam With Others: Group Guitar Class

This six session group class builds basic hand strengths needed with emphasis on learning to play by ear with others by understanding basic music theory. For more, see our Facebook page.

Arts Coming Together: School of the Arts 107 Wilson Court, Menomonie

Cost: $75

Age: 9+, Limit 6 students

Thursday, Oct. 5th, 2017

9:30am Thu. Oct. 5

Stand In The Light Choir Rehearsals

A choir for people in the early to mid stages of memory loss and their singing partners and volunteers to come together and share their love of music. Rehearsals are 90 minutes starting at 9:30 with social time, snacks and singing. No experience necessary, just a love of singing.

Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd 1120 Cedar St., Eau Claire

Cost: $25/couple; Scholarships available

Age: People with memory loss

6-9pm Thu. Oct. 5

Open Mic Hosted by The Rock Creek Song Dogs

bring your talent or come to listen Farm to Fork wood-fired pizza starts at 5 open mic from 6 to 9 indoor and outdoor seating dogs are welcome too

Farm to Fork Retreat at Dancing Yarrow S193 County Road BB, Mondovi

7pm Thu. Oct. 5

Live Music: Phippen, Shoemaker & Raid

Peter Phippen (Antique bamboo flutes), Victoria Shoemaker (Silver and wooden flutes) and Tiit Raid (World Percussion) are like a call in the wild, the alluring, soothing, hypnotic tones of the wind instruments lulled and enchanted. Grammy Award Nominee, Peter Phippen is an innovative performer of flutes of the world.

Acoustic Cafe 505 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

7-9pm Thu. Oct. 5

An Evening with Olate Dogs, Winners of "America's Got Talent"

Winning participants from Season 7 of America's Got Talent, The Olate Dogs are led by Richard Olate and his son Nicholas Olate. The show is a high-energy, fast-paced act filled with doggie friendly and amazing pet tricks. A classic comedy routine, music, cycling and juggling.

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts 205 Main St. E, Menomonie

Cost: $25-50

Age: All Ages

Friday, Oct. 6th, 2017

7pm Fri. Oct. 6

Live at the Acoustic: Davey J and Friends

You could describe the Jones Tones as a roots music combo with significant blues influences, but their musical range includes rock and roll, reggae, Sun Records-style country, and urban folk.

Acoustic Cafe 505 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

7:30-9pm Fri. Oct. 6

Dueling Dummies – David Malmberg - Ventriloquism and More

Comedy, voice tossing, story telling, and music - a veritable cornucopia of entertainment that will keep you talking and laughing for some time to come.

The Heyde Center for the Arts 3 South High St., Chippewa Falls

Cost: Adults $13, Seniors $12, Youth $6  

Age: All Ages

8pm-2am Fri. Oct. 6

Benefit Show For The Lighthouse

See the best that the Eau Claire Hip-hop scene has to offer, and feel good about where your money is going. Music With Purpose (M.W.P.) a collaboration of E.C. artists whose goal is not only to put out great music, but to give back to the community as well.

The Plus 208 S. Barstow St, Eau Claire

Cost: $7

8:30-11:30pm Fri. Oct. 6

Live at Music at Cowboy Jack's: Dawn Marie

For years, vocalist Dawn Marie, has been captivating audiences with her strong vocals and energizing stage presence. She can be seen performing at countless spots in the Northwest and Central Wisconsin music scenes, playing acoustically and honing her writing skills or as lead vocals in the band Branded.

Cowboy Jack's 1432 Front Porch Place, Altoona

Cost: FREE

Age: 21+

Saturday, Oct. 7th, 2017

1:30-4:30pm Sat. Oct. 7

Live Music: Al Julson and Larry Past

Al Julson & Larry Past play acoustic Folk Rock on guitars & ukulele. Influences include the likes of Bob Dylan, Hank Williams, the Rolling Stones to Sister Hazel plus their own originals.

Jeremiah's Bullfrog Fish Farm N1409 566th St, Menomonie

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

7pm Sat. Oct. 7

Live at the Acoustic Cafe: Wayward + Blonde Over Blue

Rooted in Minneapolis MN, with a soulful, energetic sound and thoughtful lyrics, Wayward is always telling a story through emotional and catchy songs. Blonde Over Blue is a Midwest music duo with a passion for songwriting, strings, and strong coffee. Upbeat ukulele, mellow guitar, and everything in between.

Acoustic Cafe 505 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Sunday, Oct. 8th, 2017

1:30-4:30pm Sun. Oct. 8

Live Music: Two Frets Up

Larry Radle and Corey Van Norman are a Duo that plays a wide variety of music from Country, Country Rock, Trop Rock, Bluegrass, Rock and Oldies.

Jeremiah's Bullfrog Fish Farm N1409 566th St, Menomonie

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Monday, Oct. 9th, 2017

7-9pm Mon. Oct. 9

The Blue Eyed Blondes

It won’t be your usual Columbus Day when you spend it with Swedish emigrants Lina Lonnberg and Kristoffer Emanuelsson, The Blue Eyed Blondes. These “rascally youngsters from the countryside” will entertain you with their own brand of folk music.

Widespot Performing Arts Center N2030 Spring St., Stockholm

Cost: Free will donations

Age: All Ages

7-10pm Mon. Oct. 9

Monday Jazz Sessions hosted by Michael Shults and Jeremy Boettcher

Join UW-Eau Claire jazz faculty Michael Shults, Jeremy Boettcher, Christine Hitt and more for our Monday night jazz series, which pays homage to the long and storied tradition of the jam session. Bring your axe, call a tune, and sit in after the first set with local professionals who have played some of the country's premier jazz venues

The Oxbow Hotel 516 Galloway St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Tuesday, Oct. 10th, 2017

1-3pm Tue. Oct. 10

Dunn Dulcimers

All ages, all skill levels, and all string instruments welcome.

Christ Lutheran Church 1306 Wilcox St., Menomonie

6:30-7:30pm Tue. Oct. 10

Eau Claire Guitar Club

Join instructor Tim Litscher (Evergreen Grass Band) for strumming and singing. Bring your favorite songs to share (rock, country, folk, etc.) and learn new songs, too. Each week Tim will bring new ideas for members to work on and take time to answer your musical questions.

Eau Claire Music School 1620 Ohm Avenue, Eau Claire

Cost: $5

Age: 13+

6:30-8pm Tue. Oct. 10

Learn to Jam With Others: Group Guitar Class

This six session group class builds basic hand strengths needed with emphasis on learning to play by ear with others by understanding basic music theory. For more, see our Facebook page.

Arts Coming Together: School of the Arts 107 Wilson Court, Menomonie

Cost: $75

Age: 9+, Limit 6 students

Wednesday, Oct. 11th, 2017

7-9pm Wed. Oct. 11

Jazz Session

Join us for a night of jazz and improvised music with host, Josh Gallagher. The Wednesday night jazz sessions bring new guests each week, drawing from the large talent pool of the Chippewa Valley. Jazzers are welcome to bring their horn and sit in on a tune or two.

Acoustic Cafe 505 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Thursday, Oct. 12th, 2017

9:30am Thu. Oct. 12

Stand In The Light Choir Rehearsals

A choir for people in the early to mid stages of memory loss and their singing partners and volunteers to come together and share their love of music. Rehearsals are 90 minutes starting at 9:30 with social time, snacks and singing. No experience necessary, just a love of singing.

Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd 1120 Cedar St., Eau Claire

Cost: $25/couple; Scholarships available

Age: People with memory loss

7pm Thu. Oct. 12

Live at the Acoustic Cafe: Jay Vonn

Jay Vonn is an Americana/Folk musician who has been writing songs for as long as he can remember. Years of performing have given him the ability to tailor his shows to any audience. His songs reflect American life and make a person yearn to hit the open road or grab a boat and just float on down the river.

Acoustic Cafe 505 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

7:30-9:30pm Thu. Oct. 12

Mary Chapin Carpenter

Five-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee Mary Chapin Carpenter hits the road in 2017 and is coming to Eau Claire for a one-night performance! She will perform songs from her expansive 14-album catalog and new songs from her latest record.

The State Theatre 316 Eau Claire St., Eau Claire

Cost: $39.50-75 (prices subject to change)

Age: All Ages

Friday, Oct. 13th, 2017

5:30-10:30pm Fri. Oct. 13

Coey's Birthday Bash 10th Anniversary

Celebrate 10 years of "Corey Presents". Featured bands include: Thunderlung, For Once, Cities Never Sleep, One Match Fire, and Distant Friends.

The Oxford 1814 Oxford Ave., Eau Claire

Cost: $7 advance; $10 at the door

Age: All Ages

7pm Fri. Oct. 13

Live Music: Quasimofo

A power jazz trio plays all original music of all styles of jazz with Blues, R&B, Gospel and Classical influences along with a punk intensity of playing, jacked up jazz as they say. Whether people know their stuff about jazz, like to see a band rock out or anything in between, all will have an experience that will make them come back for more.

Acoustic Cafe 505 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

7:30pm Fri. Oct. 13

Chippewa Valley Jazz Orchestra: A Musical History of the Big Band

The CVJO takes you on a tour of the history of the music of the big band, from the early genius of Paul Whiteman and Fletcher Henderson through Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, and all the way to the masters of the 21st century.

The State Theatre 316 Eau Claire St., Eau Claire

Cost: $15 Advance; $20 Day of Show; $5 Student

8-10pm Fri. Oct. 13

Gallery Friday: Notorious Chamber Ensemble

From solo pieces to larger collaborative works, you'll experience impassioned performances of music for percussion, woodwinds, strings, voice, and piano that honor tradition and push musical boundaries.

The Oxbow Hotel 516 Galloway St., Eau Claire

Cost: $10

9pm Fri. Oct. 13

The Jimi Hendrix / Stevie Ray Vaughan Tribute Show

The Twin Cities based band, Crooked Dice, will be showcasing the legendary songs from Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix and their influences.

The Plus 208 S. Barstow St, Eau Claire

Cost: $5

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