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8// July 22, 2010

Second Supper

MUSIC

music directory // July 23 to July 29 fridaY,

just a roadie away

July 23

Milwaukee

Nighthawks Tap // 401 S. Third St. Cheech (blues) •10 p.m.

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Vans Warped Tour // JULY 29 Marcus Amphitheater • $42

Neuie's varsity club // 1920 Ward Ave. The Junkyard Saints (classic rock) • 8 p.m.

Cornmeal // AUG. 5 Shank Hall • $5

Pearl Street Brewery // 1401 St. Andrew St.

Guitar Logic (acoustic duo) • 5 p.m.

Primus, the Dead Kenny G's // AUG. 7 Eagle’s Ballroom • $30-$40

piggy's blues lounge // 501 Front St. S. Mudcat and the Bottomfeeders (roots blues) • 8 p.m. Popcorn Tavern // 308 S. Fourth St. Mikel Wright w/ members of Shoeless Revolution (“Beach Soul Rock”) •10 p.m. Seven Bridges // 910 Second Ave. N. B. Squat Woody (songwriter, 12-string guitar) • 10 p.m. The Starlite Lounge // 222 Pearl St. The New Jazz Infidels (jazz) • 8 p.m. The Warehouse // 324 Pearl St. Wrecking Crew, Tez and Trill Life Music, the 608, the Belligerance, King Clari-T, Cutty Currency, Tito the Flow (hip-hop) • 7 p.m. the waterfront tavern // 328 Front St. Greg Balfany/LaX Jazz4tet (jazz) • 8 p.m.

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July 24

Huck Finn's // 127 Marina Dr 3 Beers Til Dubuque (variety) • 8 p.m. JB'sSpeakeasy // 717 Rose St. Dude Worthy, Tripping Icarus, Nimbus (rock) • 10 p.m. Nighthawks Tap // 401 S. Third St. E-Rock (Alive & Wailin’) •10 p.m. piggy's blues lounge // 501 Front St. S. Mudcat and the Bottomfeeders (roots blues) • 8 p.m.

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Melissa Etheridge // AUG. 11 Riverside Theatre • $35 - $75 JB's Speakeasy is poised to host a wild and crazy rock show this Saturday night with three bands that are incredible for different reasons. Dude Worthy (pictured) is Minneapolis-based accordion and guitar duo that features Rudy Pavich, a former 95.7 The Rock DJ – though we’re not saying on which instrument. Next is Tripping Icarus, a more traditional alternative rock band that includes Chris Kluwe on bass. Kluwe, for those who aren't diehard sports fans, is also known as the punter for the Minnesota Vikings. (We can't make this stuff up, folks.) The final band on the bill is Nimbus, a rising local group that mixes trance and jamband influences for a live show that's so powerful we're legally prohibited to discuss it. The show starts at 10 p.m. with a $5 cover.

French slough // 1311 La Crescent St. Popcorn Tavern // 308 S. Fourth St. Kin Pickin’ (jam grass) • Noon Adam Palm & Friends (variety) • 10 p.m.

The Black Crowes // AUG. 13 Riverside Theatre • $39.50 Redman/Method Man// AUG. 14 The Rave • $23-$28

Del’s Bar // 229 Third St. Rich Wooten (rock) • 10 p.m.

recovery room // 901 7th St. S. Honey, Summer & Fall (folk) • 10 p.m.

Popcorn Tavern // 308 S. Fourth St. Som'n Jazz (jazz) • 10 p.m.

JB'sSpeakeasy // 717 Rose St. Hip-hop show and MC battle • 10 p.m.

Red Pines Bar & Grill // W7305 Hwy Z Dan Sebranek (acoustic) • 8 p.m.

The Joint // 324 Jay St. Adam Palm & Mike Caucut (Palm Sunday) • 4 p.m.

Howard Luedtke and the Blue Max (open blues jam) • 10 p.m.

Seven Bridges // 910 Second Ave. N. B. Squat Woody (songwriter, 12-string guitar) • 10 p.m.

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The Joint // 324 Jay St. Angree Hippie, Ya See Three • 10 p.m.

Del’s Bar // 229 Third St. Open jam • 10 p.m.

July 26

Popcorn Tavern // 308 S. Fourth St. The Warehouse // 324 Pearl St. Casey Jones, Stiff P, Ro=Toon, K.N.O. Shawn's Open jam • 10 p.m. T-Hen, Boog (hip-hop) • 7 p.m. the waterfront tavern // 328 Front St. Chris Bucheit with Steve Meger (jazz guitar duo) • 8 p.m.

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July 25

bAND SHELL // Riverside Park Janet Planet Quartet, Great River Big Band, JP Quartet, Alan Townsend's Wonderful World Jazz Band (all-day jazz party) • 3 p.m.

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July 27

Popcorn Tavern // 308 S. Fourth St. Open Jam • 10 p.m.

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July 28

Nighthawks Tap // 401 S. Third St.

Popcorn Tavern // 308 S. Fourth St. Jazz Liver (jazz) • 10 p.m.

recovery room // 901 7th St. S. Kin Pickin’ (open jam) • 10 p.m.

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July 29

Freight House // 107 Vine St. Muddy Flats & the Hepcats • 8 p.m. Del’s Bar // 229 Third St. Moon Boot Project (rock) • 10 p.m. Nighthawks Tap // 401 S. Third St. Dave Orr's Damn Jam (open jam) • 10 p.m.

Popcorn Tavern // 308 S. Fourth St. bAND SHELL // Riverside Park La Crosse Concert Band (History 101: The Kokopellians (jam grass) • 10 p.m. Musical La Crosse in 60 Minutes Or The Starlite Lounge // 222 Pearl St. Less ) • 7:30 p.m. Kies and Kompanie (jazz) • 5 p.m.

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