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Thursday, April 6, 2023 - 7:30 pm

First Thursday Music Series
Double Header Featuring:
Dave Karas with Eli Fredericks and Tracy Krueger

Dave Karas is a singer songwriter from the Hayward area. Cable to be exact. Married, business owner and father of 3 boys, he has been playing guitar and singing in the area for over 20 yrs in various bands. Lost In The Woods is his current project where he invites guests to accompany him at the farmers market in Cable on most Saturdays during the summer months. The very talented Eli Fredericks will be joining him on percussion and back up vocals.

Tracy Krueger and family moved to a cabin on a lake in Cable from Trempealeau, WI in 2021. She and her husband have two boys in the Drummond School District. Tracy works for the NorthLakes Community Clinic as a Lab Tech and her husband Brad has a home repair business. Tracy has been singing my whole life. Having played in a 6 piece band for years, a couple of duos, and has now been performing solo since 2016. "I love all kinds of music, but my favorite genres are old country and contemporary Christian these days."

FREE SHOW! Donations are gladly accepted and support the Park Center.

Friday, April 14, 2023 - 7:30 pm

Turn Turn Turn
Presented by WOJB Radio

Buoyed by the positive reception of their 2020 debut album, Can’t Go Back, the Minneapolis / Eau Claire based Americana trio, Turn Turn Turn, drew inspiration from the recent pandemic & political zeitgeist and penned more than two dozen songs in 2021. Half of the material made its way onto the band's sophomore effort, New Rays From An Old Sun, out January ‘23.

Turn Turn Turn’s Laurel Canyon-Meets-70’s Cosmic Country-Soul vibe is layered with three-part harmonies that stitch the band’s musical tapestry together. Barb Brynstad (bass and vocals), Savannah Smith (guitar and vocals) and Adam Levy (guitars and vocals) possess distinct voices, and the combination – a “fourth voice” – is greater than the sum of its parts.

New Rays From An Old Sun showcases the band’s country, rock, and soul sensibilities, with more swagger, psychedelic flair, and rough edges than Can’t Go Back. The band also retains the blueprint that endeared them to fans and music critics, alike – lush vocal harmonies, unexpected chord changes, and miles of lithe, fuzzy guitar lines.

Advance tickets are $20 at Admission is $25 at the door.


Saturday, April 22, 2023 - 7:30 pm

Joyann Parker
The Music Of Patsy Cline

In this powerful 90-minute stage performance, Joyann Parker and her seasoned band showcase the most popular and best-loved of Patsy’s songs. Enjoy a nostalgic trip back in time as Joyann beautifully weaves the stories of Patsy’s life and career in and out of the music you know and love. Vintage costumes and ambiance enhance Joyann’s uncanny and authentic channeling of the classic vocals of the legendary Patsy Cline. This is a must-see show that has sold out hundreds of times. Joyann has been twice nominated for Tribute Act of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year by the Midwest Country Music Association.

Tickets: $20 advance / $25 door / $5 students
Tickets available at: Out Of The Woods Winery and Hole In The Wall Records And Books: Main Street, Hayward, Redbery Books: Cable, Whistle Punk: Stone Lake.


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