Bring your friends, unwind, and wrap-up your weekend with fantastic musicians and our Sunday drink specials!
Fall-Winter 2018 Schedule
December 2 - 4:00 - 7:00 Sam Luna & Billy Bronsted December 9 - 4:00 - 7:00 Jamie Fletcher December 16 - 4:00 - 7:00 Kyle Megna & Ross Catterton December 23 - 4:00 - 7:00 John Statz
December 9th - Jamie Fletcher
Join us for a fun cozy Sunday of Christmas music, holiday favorites, your sing-a-long hits, a few originals, and everything in between! Music has taken Jamie to over 95 countries and territories, but she loves most her homeland Wisconsin, where she won the 2016 Wisconsin Area Music Industry Award (WAMI) for Keyboardist of the Year and was also nominated for Jazz Artist of the year. 2017 brought two more WAMI nominations for Vocalist & Jazz Artist of the Year; and her recent album, "My Desire of you", gained international recognition as a 2015 nominee in the Independent Music Awards for 'Jazz with Vocals.' Throughout her journey, Jamie has entertained many dignitaries such as former US President Jimmy Carter and shared the stage with jazz greats such as Arturo Sandoval, but she best loves entertaining her cheddar-head peeps of Wisconsin!
December 16 - Kyle Megna & Ross Catterton
Kyle Megna, 2018 WAMI Male Vocalist of the Year, and Ross Catterton are two strong song writers that play in the same band Kyle Megna & The Monsoons! Fused with a healthy dose of spontaneity and humor, with Kyle on guitar and Ross on saxophone, they channel "can’t-get-enough energy" that’s keeps you engaged with the stories and the music.
Deceember 23 - John Statz
One of the more prolific young songwriters working in the Folk/Americana genre today, Denver-based John Statz has released eight studio albums and performed all over North America (including Canada and Mexico) and Europe, all in just twelve years’ time. John returns to his home state of Wisconsin for the holidays and a memorable afternoon of songs and story telling at The Forst Inn.
The Boston Globe has called John’s music electric, urgent folk; aching, sweet country-rock while American Songwriter has said that 'he writes the kind of songs that float through your mind and stay nestled in your thoughts long after listening'. John Statz was given a guitar by his grandmother when he was 15, which turned out to be perfectly timed for a teenager who, after ten years of piano lessons, had lost interest in classical music and had taken to learning John Lennon and Elton John tunes.
It wasn’t until Statz was 19 and attending university in Oshkosh that he began writing songs. The spark lit after attending a show at the storied Café Carpe in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin featuring Jeffrey Foucault and Peter Mulvey, who quickly became heroes, and, later on, friends and collaborators.
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