On Friday, April 22, Barstow Street in Downtown Eau Claire kicked off the '52nd Street' event, part of the 50th Annual Eau Claire Jazz Festival. It multiple downtown venues offering music and performances right on the street.
The Eau Claire Jazz Festival is a two-day music festival featuring student competitions for middle school, high school, and college vocal and instrumental ensembles, as well as jazz events for the entire community to enjoy.
On Sunday, April 3 The Millenium performed for the first time since THE GOLDEN HOUR (New Years Bash) with Eaux Claires artist SloSlyLove. Also featured were MPLS friends Whosah and John Chuck and the Class.
The State Theatre welcomed Stayin' Alive; the quintessential Bee Gees tribute band on Friday, January 15. They played all the blockbuster hits like "Nights on Broadway", "Stayin' Alive," and "Night Fever" as well as some of their softer, poetic ballads like "To Love Somebody" and "Words."
Local folk/rock band Idle Empress (Lauren Anderson, Josh Frederick, Elliot Heinz) released their debut EP at the Volume One Gallery at The Local Store on Saturday, January 9. Two Castles and Sniffle Party opened the show.
Todd Barneson’s songs are harmony-laden, wisdom-seeking reflections on broken relationships, loss, and what might have been years ago. He performed at Volume One's Jingle Jams holiday concert series at The Local Store on Friday, Dec 11.
On Saturday, November 21 Minneapolis/Duluth strummer Dave Simonett (Trampled by Turtles, Dead Man Winter) stopped by The Cabin in UW-Eau Claire's Davies Center. Local singer/songwriter D. Janakey opened things up.
On Friday, October 3, Volume One and The Local Store introduced The Night Market – a brand new indoor/outdoor maker market and sale series set for Friday nights in October (6-9pm). Each night features ...