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We make our food from scratch with fresh ingredients. Many gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options are available. We also have a special menu that changes often.

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LIVE MUSIC ON WEEKENDS

Live music on Friday & Saturday evenings and on Sunday afternoons in the summer. If you are interested in playing here contact Chad.

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EVENTS

1
Ash St. John

Saturday, Aug 1, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

“Beautifully mesmerizing"  “You won’t believe the amount of sound energy that comes out of one person”  Ash St. John writes from a place that isn’t always easy to access. This means that songs are often elusive but all the more rewarding when it finally works out. The songs retain a Midwest humility that mirrors the viewpoint of living through seasonal change.  Musically Ash St. John floats between the genres of indie-folk and pop. All the while searching beneath the surface both instrumentally and lyrically.  

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2
Laurel Hay

Sunday, Aug 2, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Laurel Hay is a local singer-songwriter from Somerset, WI.   Laurel has been playing out in the Minneapolis, St Croix Valley, and regional music scene ever since she moved back to the Midwest in 2014.   Laurel released her debut album in 2016 as a solo artist but more recently has been playing in the duo, The Pickled Beats, with her husband Ben Tomandl.   Laurel plays a variety of original songs and cover songs from Laura Marling, Regina Spektor, and Kate Nash on the indie-pop side of things to country covers from favorites like Maren Morris, Miranda Lambert, and Carrie Underwood.

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7
Alan Husby & The Nokomis Trio

Friday, Aug 7, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Alan Husby grew up in Minneapolis, started playing the guitar at age 10, and has been playing and singing with local jazz, folk, and gospel groups around the Twin Cities for 20+ years.  He recently retired from teaching and is now enjoying the additional time to play and sing and write.  He continues to perform with the Nokomis Trio, the Barbara Meyer Trio, Joyful Jamming, "It's Not Too Late" (a Carole King / James Taylor tribute band), and various other joyful combinations of musician friends.

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8
Alan Husby & Joyful Jamming

Saturday, Aug 8, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Alan Husby grew up in Minneapolis, started playing the guitar at age 10, and has been playing and singing with local jazz, folk, and gospel groups around the Twin Cities for 20+ years.  He recently retired from teaching and is now enjoying the additional time to play and sing and write.  He continues to perform with the Nokomis Trio, the Barbara Meyer Trio, Joyful Jamming, "It's Not Too Late" (a Carole King / James Taylor tribute band), and various other joyful combinations of musician friends.

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9
Dustin DeGolier

Sunday, Aug 9, 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Dustin DeGolier​ is a freelance musician serving Northwestern Wisconsin. He achieved a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Music Performance with an emphasis in jazz guitar from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. A native of Cumberland, WI, Dustin began studying guitar and music theory with Manfred Schonauer at age eleven. Since then he has studied with Billy Barnard of the University of Minnesota-Duluth, as well as UW-Milwaukee’s Pete Billmann, Elina Chekan and Don Linke. He has participated in master classes with renowned guitarists Mark Whitfield, Bruce Forman and Julian Lage. In addition to performing regularly with ​The Indigo Quartet ​ and ​Paisan & The Family Brass ​ , Dustin frequently plays and sings jazz in solo, duo and trio configurations. When not practicing or performing, he can be found teaching private lessons at the Pipe Dream Center in Comstock, WI and the Dancing Bird Art Studio in Cumberland, WI. He serves as guitar instructor annually for the Guitar & Bass Workshop and Rock Band Camp at the Shell Lake Arts Center. 

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14
Colin Bracewell

Friday, Aug 14, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

As a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Colin enjoys performing a variety of genres with a focus on acoustic music.

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15
Andy & Kathryn Karg

Saturday, Aug 15, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Andy & Kathryn Karg are a vocal/guitar/piano duo that cover multiple genres from the 50's on up! Andy reigns from Nashville and brings his guitar swinging chops to match Kathryn's Minnesota-homegrown piano virtuosity. Their love and mastery for tight and soaring harmonies sets them apart as a musical act.

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Alan Husby

Sunday, Aug 16, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Alan Husby, of the Barbara Meyer Trio, will be performing on his guitar today. Alan Husby grew up in Minneapolis, started playing the guitar at age 10, and has been playing and singing with local jazz, folk, and gospel groups around the Twin Cities for 20+ years.  He recently retired from teaching and is now enjoying the additional time to play and sing and write.  He continues to perform with the Jumping Jehosaphats, the Barbara Meyer Trio, World Beat Connection, "It's Not Too Late" (a Carole King / James Taylor tribute band), and various other joyful combinations of musician friends.

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21
Ash St. John

Friday, Aug 21, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

“Beautifully mesmerizing"  “You won’t believe the amount of sound energy that comes out of one person”  Ash St. John writes from a place that isn’t always easy to access. This means that songs are often elusive but all the more rewarding when it finally works out. The songs retain a Midwest humility that mirrors the viewpoint of living through seasonal change.  Musically Ash St. John floats between the genres of indie-folk and pop. All the while searching beneath the surface both instrumentally and lyrically.  

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22
Free Glue

Saturday, Aug 22, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Free Glue is an award-winning jazz quartet based out of Stillwater, Minnesota, comprised of high school musicians Peter Grace (saxophone), Ella Grace (trumpet), Josh Zimmer (bass), and Michael May (drums).

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23
Jazz Piano by Ann Marie McIntire

Sunday, Aug 23, 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Ann Marie lives in Hudson and is a familiar face at the Phipps Center for the Arts. A full-time pianist and double bass player, Ann Marie performs with the UW River Falls Symphony Band,  St Croix Valley Symphony Orchestra, River City Jazz Orchestra, Moonlight Serenaders Big Band, Youth Performance Company, and the Gilbert & Sullivan Very Light Opera Company. Ann Marie loves to bring music into people’s lives. Her jazz bands, trios, and classical ensembles are available and would love to perform at your special events. Reach her at playingmusic@yahoo.com.

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Classico Brazil

Friday, Aug 28, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Classics from the vast Brazilian repertoire in a traditional format,  very typical of the bossa nova and choros era in 1930 - 1970 in Rio de Janeiro - Guitar + Flute (sax) + percussion.  Music by Baden Powel, Jobim, Pixinguinha, Ernesto Nazareth, Jacob do Bandolim, Tony Hauser, Ary Barroso, Egberto Gismonti.    

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Alysson Hanson & Dustin DeGolier

Friday, Aug 28, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Alyssa Hanson’s commanding but honest voice navigates her audience through emotional and complex music inspired by influences spanning Chopin, Billie Holiday, and Regina Spektor. In Alyssa’s debut EP, Gone, she writes poetically and poignantly of a longing and search for a return home. Her music compels audiences with musical contradictions; her lyrics are both raw and defined, her compositions both classical and whimsical, and her voice both smooth and haunting. Alyssa Hanson is a Chicago-based singer-songwriter originally from Amery, WI. She is joined by the effervescently talented and accomplished local guitarist, Dustin DeGolier. Dustin DeGolier​ is a freelance musician serving Northwestern Wisconsin. He achieved a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Music Performance with an emphasis in jazz guitar from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. A native of Cumberland, WI, Dustin began studying guitar and music theory with Manfred Schonauer at age eleven. Since then he has studied with Billy Barnard of the University of Minnesota-Duluth, as well as UW-Milwaukee’s Pete Billmann, Elina Chekan and Don Linke. He has participated in master classes with renowned guitarists Mark Whitfield, Bruce Forman and Julian Lage. In addition to performing regularly with ​The Indigo Quartet ​ and ​Paisan & The Family Brass ​ , Dustin frequently plays and sings jazz in solo, duo and trio configurations. When not practicing or performing, he can be found teaching private lessons at the Pipe Dream Center in Comstock, WI and the Dancing Bird Art Studio in Cumberland, WI. He serves as guitar instructor annually for the Guitar & Bass Workshop and Rock Band Camp at the Shell Lake Arts Center.

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29
Scrapegoat

Saturday, Aug 29, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Scrapaegoat is an Untraditional Acoustic Solo Artist.Singing while performing on Banjo, 12 string and playing Harmonica, Scrapegoat plays a high-bred mix of, Bluegrass, country, blues, and Anti-folk. He performs his original songs as well as songs from great artists from yesterday and today. Think of it as a High-class Hoe-down. Grown up in the St. Croix Valley area Scrapegoat went on to attend McNally/Smith College of music and now performs regularly often accompanied by his back up band The Skin & Bones Trio.  

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Sarah VanValkenburg

Sunday, Aug 30, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

I have been in music all my life but I think the song writing started when my kids were much smaller than they are now, I used to make up little songs and verses to keep them entertained. I enjoyed rhyming and watching their faces light up at the silliness! I decided to start guitar lessons and after a few lessons my guitar teacher encouraged me to try writing my own songs, and suggested I play a show or two. I told him I couldn’t possibly do that - to which he responded, “Why not?” I didn’t have a good reason, so I picked up my pen, paper, and guitar and began writing my story in song. My first CD is titled "WHY NOT?" My favorite part about playing shows is watching people’s reactions to my music. If I can make someone happy through a song, then I’ve done my job. I think music can create a space for camaraderie and togetherness, so when a listener comes up after a show and tells me they can relate to something I wrote about - it makes my night. Sarah VanValkenburg  

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CONTACT US

URBAN OLIVE & VINE • 520 SECOND STREET • HUDSON, WI 54016
chadandcarol@urbanoliveandvine.com • 715.386.0400