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Live Music at the Hotel 

Upcoming Shows:

When:   Saturday, August 23, 2014
Venue:   The Bandstand
Time:   7pm
Cost:   $5 advance; $10n day of show
Description:  Blind Baby Olin & The Workbenches
Blind Baby Olin& The Workbenches Legendary 80s rockers from La Crosse, Blind Baby Olin, will be here to relive their glorious jamming days. Yeah, baby. It's happening. Join Terry Nirva, Cody Apple, Hans and Kit Mayer for an evening of unadulterated rock, uninhibited dancing and all around partying. Opening for BBO will be local favorites Billy and Amy Hembd. Don't forget the sunglasses. $5 advance (online at www.trempealeauhotel.com), $10 day of show

When:   Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Venue:   The Deck
Time:   7pm
Cost:   Pass the Hat
Description:  Kris Risch & Friends Weekdays Kris shapes the future of America's youth, on weekends – sometimes the odd Wednesday or Thursday - he likes to get out the guitar and become “Kris the entertainer”. He has written his own music, has recorded an album and conveys a love for music and a passion for performing live. His collaborators in all things strings will be Tim Kolek and Steve Topal of Guitar Logic as well as our favorite bass-man Karl Wallin.

When:   Thursday, August 28, 2014
Venue:   The Deck
Time:   7pm
Cost:   Pass the Hat
Description:  Sons of Biscuits
Baron, Delsin and Gregg have been friends for decades. They used to play at The Hotel with their jam band named Biscuits in the 80s. The guys have grown – both old and as musicians – and get together every now and then to let the good times of their carefree gigs come alive again. Everything from good time rock 'n roll, Chicago worthy blues and just a little bit of heel kicking country is likely to happen right here.

When:   Friday, August 29, 2014
Venue:   The Deck
Time:   8pm
Cost:   Pass the Hat
Description:  Drunken Catfish Ramblers If you came across these guys in the streets of their home town New Orleans, you'd certainly stop and listen to the Ramblers and their great musical ramblings. The seven piece – augmented by an ever changing posse of friends and followers – turn our deck into a sidewalk on Bourbon Street and have proven to be a great fit for The Hotel on any given summer night. Their delta blues, Appalachian stomps and old timey popular songs and jazz sound like they were written and practiced around camp fires after long rides on freight trains sharing stories and bottles. And guess what? That's exactly where the Ramblers created their unique sound.

When:   Saturday, August 30, 2014
Venue:   The Bandstand
Time:   7pm
Cost:   $6 advance; $10 day of show
Description:  Saturday, August 30th, 6pm: The Living Room Session
We bring the cozy atmosphere of a 70s living room to our stage and feature some of the most amazing bluegrass, alt country, folk and jam musicians to do what they do best: creating good music for good people.
The line up:
6pm - 7:30 Wrenclaw
7:30 - 9:00 Them Coulee Boys
9:00 - 11:00 Giving Tree Band
Mike Munson keeps the groove going by picking, strumming, sliding and stomping between acts.
Tickets: 
$6 advance - $10 day of
Buy them in our online shop, the Saloon of the Trempealeau Hotel or at the gate on the day of show.

When:   Thursday, September 04, 2014
Venue:   The Deck
Time:   7pm
Cost:   Pass the Hat
Description:  Jaybone Bell
Usually accompanied by the rest of his band, Jaybone Bell & Restless Light, Jason “Jaybone” Ziebell joins for a special solo performance tonight with his eclectic mix of blue grass, roots rock and alt-folk. The native of Winona writes and performs his own music as well as covering material that has influenced him over the years. Look forward to an evening of delightful melodies wrapped around insightful and intricate stories.

When:   Saturday, September 06, 2014
Venue:   The Deck
Time:   8:00pm
Cost:   Pass the Hat
Description:   The Reverend Eddie Danger
Eddie Danger is an award-winning singer/songwriter, playwright, multi-instrumentalist, wedding officiant, story teller, & festival organizer. Ed Live-loop-samples 4-part vocal harmonies plus the guitar, didgeridoo, piano, pump organ, flutes, sax, various percussion, ukulele, and more. Ed has been traveling the world collecting instruments and sharing his music for almost 2 decades. His music, stories & theatrics are a favorite among music festivals, art fairs, barn dances, college radio and concert series.

When:   Thursday, September 11, 2014
Venue:   The Deck
Time:   7pm
Cost:   Pass the Hat
Description:  Emily Forst
Yes, she's been compared to greats like Sheryl Crow and Fiona Apple, but Emily would rather convince in person. Born in New York and raised in Wisconsin and the rest of the world, the singer/songwriter, guitarist/vocalist recorded her first album in 2012. Come check out her unique mixture of heart-wrentchers and hope-givers, love songs and ballads, all presented with musical talent, passion and the lightheartedness of youth.

When:   Thursday, September 18, 2014
Venue:   The Bandstand
Time:   5pm
Description:  Tremptoberfest
Just in time for the start of Munich's Oktoberfest, the Trempealeau Hotel hosts it's own version aptly named Tremptoberfest. Three days of music spanning every genre from polka to blues, from bluegrass to alt-rock adorned with German food (home made Pretzels, Schnitzel and Kartoffelsalat, anyone?). Tickets will go on sale at the beginnig of September. We'll keep you posted.

When:   Saturday, December 06, 2014
Venue:   Trempealeau
Time:   6pm
Description:  Holiday Parade