Live Event Schedule

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Corky Siegel and Randy Sabien

Get a little taste if Corky and Randy in Action! Click below to watch a preview. For over 50 years, Corky Siegel has been performing and learning at the feet of greats, like legendary Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf. Corky is co-founder of the Chicago favorite, The Siegel/Schwall Band, and a Chicago Blues Hall of […]

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Humbird's music moves between experimental folk and environmental Americana to embrace the unexpected. Humbird's singer, Siri Undlin, grew up in the Twin Cities of Minnesota and now calls the North country home. She learned the power of story telling in her childhood and began writing music and performing in church choirs and Irish ensembles from […]

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Claude Bourbon

Claude Bourbon is a classically trained musician who fuses every conceivable genre of acoustic guitar music into a masterful performance. There are Latin, Spanish, Jazz, and Delta Blues influences throughout. Growing up in Switzerland, this French born guitarist was classically trained but soon dove headlong into folk, blues, jazz and rock. Now based in the […]

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Patchouli & Terra Guitarra

Master guitarist Bruce Hecksel and singer/songwriter Julie Patchouli blend into a soulful fusion of blazing Spanish and world guitar instrumentals, with heart tugging lyrics, lush vocal harmonies and epic folk rock anthems. All of this with a moving backdrop of Hecksel's amazing artwork where everything is based on the shape of a guitar. Wisconsin residents, […]

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Scott Cook and the Second Chances

“Songs can change your life and you can change the world” is a strong belief of this Canadian troubadour. Truly one of Woody Guthrie's “children,” Scott Cook is an inspiring and imaginative story teller who has performed at over 800 venues and more than 150 festivals in Canada, the US, Europe, Asia, Australia and New […]

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Art Stevenson & High Water

This will be the 4th time TLCFA has been blessed to present this group to bluegrass fans at our theater. Art has played bluegrass for over 40 years to Midwest audiences. He has appeared with many award winning bands as a singer, harmonicist, guitarist and composer. In 1993, he formed High Water. Their repertoire is […]

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A Tribute to Skip Wagner

Our Local Treasure! Come meet legendary Three Lakes musician and entertainer Skip Wagner and hear his story using a treasure trove of photos and videos presented by Fritz Hasler. Follow his career where he learned to play 18 instruments, including two trumpets simultaneously in harmony. See how he performed with his band across Wisconsin and […]

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The City of God

by Rhinelander Documentary Filmmaker Nate Sheppard Director, composer, cinematographer, Sheppard is the recipient of the 2019 Northern Art's Council's Individual Artist Grant and has filmed this feature length documentary that explores the work of the Lemuel Ministries in a small Haitian community known as "The Plateau." Spend a day with this incredible organization and it's […]

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Jazz Spectrum

Back for their 4th year of classic Big Band Jazz! Jazz Spectrum continues to impress audiences with their vocal renditions of classic big band tunes made famous by the likes of Basie, Ellington, Miller, and Goodman. The vocal quartet is backed by an instrumental ensemble consisting of a swinging rhythm section and three "world class" […]

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The Reverend Raven and the Chain Smokin’ Altar Boys

featuring "Westside Andy" The Rev was born and raised on the South side of Chicago and has been playing blues and winning accolades and awards ever since. “Westside Andy” joined the Rev as a featured performer in 2014 after fronting his own band, “Westside Andy and the Mel Ford Band” for 18 years. Rev and […]

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Wild Instincts

Rhinelander wild animal rehabilitation center "This is where the wild things heal!" Mark Naniot and his wife Sharon Larson have dedicated their lives to saving wildlife. Since 1998, they have treated over 19,865 animals in the Wisconsin Northwoods. Their purpose is to provide quality, ethical, professional, wildlife rehabilitation, with the intent of releasing wildlife back […]

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Chip Duncan Presents

Two new documentary films and more! Wisconsin based filmmaker returns to TLCFA with two new films! Audience members will be invited to see a sneak-peak of Duncan's production of “Michigan: An American Portrait”. This public TV production premieres in Oct, 2022. He will also screen the short film “Pizza & Prana”, which was recently nominated […]

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The Claudettes

American Roots Music The Claudettes are joyful! They are a celebratory fusion of the best of their different styles. This Chicago band blends piano blues with the energy of rockabilly and punk and the sultriness of 60's soul. Johnny Iguana pounds his blues/punk piano accompanied by the gorgeous vocals of Berit Ulseth - which are […]

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Art on Main

Featuring the music of John Higgins and John Stano Our 18th annual Art on Main will once again be held on the corner of Hwy. 45 and "A" on the lovely lot across the street from the Three Lakes Winery. Mark McCain is the generous owner of the lot and winery who makes this space […]

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The Madtown Mannish Boys

Madison Magazine's "Best of Madison" Award Finalists for the Madison Area Music Awards (MAMA ) in 2020, the band is keeping the blues tradition alive while taking those influences and making it their own. Borrowing their name from a Muddy Waters’ song title, this Madison band has become a favorite across generations, motivating dancers with […]

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Paco Fralick

Blend of Native Americana, folk, country & pop Growing up in Rhinelander, WI., near the Ojibwe reservation, Paco, (whose spirit name is “Debashkeenjgweinini,” meaning one who can see the future and bring good back to the people,) spent evenings as a child listening to his musician father and practicing classical piano. His love of music […]

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Many of our live events are supported in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts.


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