Classic's Restaurant & Lounge, W6026 Lake Drive, Shawano, WI 54166, 715-524-8711
Come for the food, stay for the music!

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Live Entertainment 2017 

Feb 17th
J-me Baptist

Wausau, WI
With an eclectic acoustic collection of classic rock hits, obscure covers, top 40 favorites and original tunes with a punk rock twist, all from a voice that'll stick in your head long after the night is over

Feb 18th

Central Wisconsin's Hardest Working Band - active since 1987 - this band plays British, Classic, and Original Rock. They are currently in the process of recording their debut album. They have been known to cover the album cuts, B-sides, and will occasionally cover their own songs.
Feb 24th
Ike Arumba and the Infidels

From soft acoustic to hard electric, Ike Arumba and the Infidels play to the hillbillies, country rebels, and rockers in us all. The band’s song list presents a wondrous array of good-humored themes, touching on real-life experiences like bad cars, getting old, and love gone wrong, as well as the fantastic, such as songs about zombies and extra-terrestrial love. You will hear radio hits you recognize, and you will hear new songs that you will look forward to hearing again. It’s all about good times, so join the party and make some good memories with Ike Arumba and the Infidels!

Feb 25th
Wade Fernandez Trio
Wade Fernandez-Mario Fernandez-Nick Fernandez
his words, "Music is a very powerful gift to be returned and shared in a good way."
Soaring from Menominee Indian Reservation roots, Wade knows how to both soothe and rock. With versatility, he honors tradition while forging ahead in an ever expanding world of music. Award-winning vocals, guitar, songwriting, native flute & drumming, all flow from deep within a rich blood memory, echoing 
As a well-established performer shows include; The Honor The Earth Tour, Woodstock '94, The Reebok Human Rights Awards (2002 Winter Olympics), Ed McMahon's Next Big Star, Chicago's World Music Festival, Canada's Aboriginal People's Choice Awards, and Germany's Tollwood Festival. Wade jammed stages with many artists including Jackson Browne and The Indigo Girls and continues to tour.


2010 national Community Spirit Award
With the "diversatility" of Wade's CD "4 the People" he won the 2007 "Best Contemporary Instrumental" and believe it or not, best "Country" from the North American ISMA awards while also being in the Top 5 for best "Classic Rock", "Pop", "Flute", and "Blues" recording of the year. 4 the People also had Wade nominated for "Artist of the Year" and "Best Rock Recording" from the NAMMYs. The recording even made it into the GRAMMY voting process for "Best Rock Instrumental Performance", "Record of the Year", and "Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album".

2006 Wade won "Best Male Artist of the Year" award from the NAMMYS and was among the Top 5 for "Best Pop/Rock Recording" and best "Long/Short Form Video".

2004 & '06 nominations "Best Male Artist," "Songwriter of the Year," "Blues/Jazz Recording of the Year" "Pop/Rock Recording of the Year" "Classic Rock" "Contemporary Instrumental" nominee from the Native American Music Awards (Nammys) and/or the Indian Summer Music Awards (ISMA)
2001 "Writer of the Year", Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers and Storytellers
2005-6 numerous awards and screenings for Wade's music video Commodity Cheese Blues
Medal of Honor from the Menominee Nation

March 3rd
Ric Stream
Using self-produced backing tracks while providing live vocals, guitar and bass,Ric Stream recreates great songs from the 50's thru the 80's (along with some 90's and 00's). Whether it be the Rock & Roll or Rockabilly of the 50's, 60's Garage Rock or British Invasion, Punk or Progressive Rock from the 70's, or even 80's New Wave, close your eyes and you'll think the original artist showed up to play!

March 4th
Mike Murphy and the MOB
A different shade of blues describes the creative and entertaining playing style of Midwest recording artist Michael “Big Dog” Murphy. His playing style is a more aggressive interpretation of the blues that is fueled by passion and guided by his heartfelt emotions. As he stays true to the feeling of the blues, Michael Murphy takes a different approach by delivering a mix of traditional with a twist for the unexpected. The Blues is a state of mind, and Michael Murphy’s state of mind is to take you for a memorable ride on the blues train that you will never forget...get your ticket and hold on for a wonderful experience that you will never forget!
The Men Of Blues, or MOB, for short, is a very aggressive blues band with a heavy rock influence. They offer many different styles of blues and older 60’s and 70’s classic and folk-rock tunes, all freshly interpreted with their own style! And Michael’s original tunes are so good, seldom do people recognize them as NOT being songs by otherwise famous artists. Although not really a dance club band, their sound and music are very danceable. And people like to dance to
their music, but they seldom take their eyes off of the band. Many of today’s dance bands depend on not only talent, but also lighting gimmicks and other visual aids. The MOB, with the immense talent and member interaction on stage, do not rely on gimmicks! They are not “a copy band!” They don’t sound like anybody else! They are, simply put, the MOB!
Find out more about Michael “Big Dog” Murphy here:

March 10th
Eddie Biebel
Eddie has entertained audiences throughout the U.S. and Europe with his stellar guitar playing and warm baritone vocals. He’s played shows alongside music legends Willie Nelson and John Prine and has performed at an endless variety of places that include the Fillmore in San Francisco, the Austin City Limits Festival in Austin, Texas and Summerfest in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

March 11th
The Raglanders

The Raglanders began as a one-time collaboration assembled to play a single five song set at a Neil Young tribute concert. Audience reaction and undeniable group chemistry demanded that it become more. In short order an expanding set list of original songs, Classic Country, Americana, Alt-Country and Good ‘ol Rock and Roll grew in depth and variety. Tight arrangements, group vocal hooks, instrumental prowess and flights of improvisation became the trademarks of a red hot Raglanders show.
Frontman Troy Heinz has been a fixture of the Green Bay music scene for over a decade as a solo artist and member of The Bar Tab Band and The Farm League. In the Spring of 2014 Troy approached local scene veterans Bonzai McPherson with the offer of a set at the second annual Neil Fest, held at Green Bay’s historic Riverside Ballroom. Armed with more experience than a Reno lot lizard, the four-piece Bonzai McPherson proved to be just the solid, edgy, tasteful backing group the rock and roll doctor ordered. Bonzai McPherson consists of (appearing alphabetically): Jerry Carstens (guitar, vocals), Andy Cismoski (bass, vocals), Chris Schoenecker (drums, vocals), and John Steuck (guitar, vocals).
In addition to the requisite Neil Young material, The Raglanders play rapid-fire sets packed with songs sure to appeal to fans of groups like: The Band, Little Feat, The Drive-By Truckers, Wilco, J.J. Cale and The Replacements.

March 17th
DOUG is the ultimate one man show!!! He will rock you and make you roll over with his witty banter... rockin funny show!!! GET SUM!!!

March 18th
St Pattys Day Celebration
Parade at 11pm-Food Specials-Drink Specials-All Day and All night!!!
noon-Mike Magee
8pm- HUSH

March 24th
3 Guyz
3 Guyz is a unique variety band covering rock, pop and country from the 50's to today.

March 25th
Rock and FREEKING Roll

March 31st
Bob & Missy Tucker Band
Join Bob and Missy and friends for a GREAT night of entertainment, from Patsy Cline to the Eagles... A crowd please for sure!!

April 1st

April 7th
Jerry Dale Harris
Indie Alternative Singer Songwriter, Solo Performer and Recording Artist.

April 8th
 Beer Goggles
BeerGoggles is a 4 piece group consisting of
Troy Zeeman ,Lead Vocals ,guitar
Grady Magee, Lead guitar
Russ Calkins , Bass
Tim Roe , drums and Vocals

April 14th
Max Jones
One day in middle school I wrote a song that I thought was funny and asked my father to teach me how to play a couple of chords so I could perform it. That year music hit me like an infectious disease that has not desisted in all this time. For the first couple years of my musical upbringing I only listened to blues and was dragged into other several other genres shortly thereafter. Some of my biggest influences who I feel have really affected the way I sound are Tom Waits, Marc Ribot, John Hammond Jr., Mark Knopfler, Grant Green, Bill Frisell, and countless classic bluesmen.
I have been playing guitar since I was in middle school, and have studied guitar diligently since then. I’ve been giving lessons and playing publically since my sophomore year in high school, and have been playing and giving lessons for a living since 2008. I learned by ear initially and then took advanced music theory courses in high school, therefore I value all approaches to learning music. I have been playing and teaching professionally since 2010 in a wide variety of
circumstances. I have played mellow instrumental jazz in the corner while rich people ate and I've busted strings covering Hendrix while energetic inebriates hooted in bars that smelled like urine. I am comfortable in just about any scenario and practiced in many different styles of music.

April 15th
Lonesome Red and the Bluestrings
Classic Country and Americana
Eric Bestul - guitar/steel/banjo/mandolin
Amanda Bestul - upright bass
Kevin Moore - vocals/guitar
Ryan Zylka - vocals/guitar

(Lonesome Red and the Blue Strings) "carry on that Traditional Country Music I KNOW they live for" Gary Hayes Country
Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Sturgill Simpson, Hank Williams, Willie Nelson, George Jones, Johnny Cash, Johnny Paycheck, Bob Wills, Buck Owens, Dwight Yoakam, David Allan Coe, Loretta Lynn, Chet Atkins, Marty Robbins

April 21st
Grayling Pingel
One Man Band

April 22nd
Donnie Pick and the Road Band
I guess a good place to start is with the roots. Bluegrass music is where Donnie got his first taste of the limelight at a young and impressionable age. Playing music from Jimmy Martin, Bill Monroe to New Grass Revival and Tony Rice. After years of searching and playing different music clubs and festivals he discovered the raw primitiveness of the Blues and new immediately that he had found what he was searching for all along. Now after 30 plus years of delivering blistering blues licks and rich soulful vocals he is still kicking it up at clubs and festivals today and no plans on stopping any time soon. The debut album "Guitar Slinger" was a success for a freshman attempt and the follow up album will be filled with even more surprises.

April 28th
Antonio Salerno
pop, rock, country, singer/songwriter, jazz, Brazilian music, and originals

April 29th
Jay Schultz Trio
Back by popular demand....Jay Schultz and Mike and Mike:) Come enjoy his stellar selection of 70's and 80's tunes....from Neil Young to the Old 97's ....this is a don't miss show!!!

May 5th
Jerry Duginski
Jerry lives the life of a Rockstar so you don't have too....:)

May 6th
Buck Johnson and the Plumbers
There’s no one named Buck in the band, and none of them are plumbers. Just three old friends playing a whole bunch of their favorite tunes. Cuda on acoustic guitar, Carl on the bass with a hole, and Jason on the GuiTurk™, a hand-built guitar-based drum emulator. Old blues, classic rock and roll, country, lengthy Crazy Horse-style jams, and a handful of originals make up their set. But please don’t ask for ‘Mustang Sally’. (It makes Carl cranky…)

May 12th
Eddie Biebel
Eddie has entertained audiences throughout the U.S. and Europe with his stellar guitar playing and warm baritone vocals. He’s played shows alongside music legends Willie Nelson and John Prine and has performed at an endless variety of places that include the Fillmore in San Francisco, the Austin City Limits Festival in Austin, Texas and Summerfest in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
May 13th
Red Ben and the Missing Miles
Bluegrass ragtime band based out of central Wisconsin

May 19th 
Dana Erlandson
I am one blessed and lucky man !! I have opened for and in many cases played with: Jackson Browne, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, John Hiatt, America, Nanci Griffith, Jerry Jeff Walker, The BoDeans, Tanya Tucker, David Bromberg, Al Stewart, Stacey Earle & Mark Stuart, Jack Ingram, Steve Forbert, Melanie, Richie Furay, Leo Kottke, Todd Snider, David Lindley, Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys, John Hartford, James McMurtry, John McEuen & Vassar Clements, The Nashville Bluegrass Band, Paul Thorn, Lucy Kaplansky, Brewer & Shipley, Kevin Montgomery, Greg Trooper and Pat MacDonald.. I have been an active member of the music scene in this part of the upper midwest that I call home, for more years than I should admit. I have loved it all. I have friends that I have made music with in GLASS, TWO WAY STREET, FORGIVEN, the GARAGE BAND, the DOWGS, and most recently..the ROCKETS, the MEGA-WATTS, and the Roy Orbison tribute "DREAM BAND" whom I truly love and respect. I have tried to keep my head straight and my feet on the ground. I have always kept my day job and the bills paid...... So in the words of John Prine (who is still number one on my WISH LIST of people to play with...waddya say Johnny?) How lucky can one man get!?

May 20th
Dave Deon and the Soul Insperations
Combining hot Southern Soul, jazz harmony and latin rhythms, David Deon & The Soul Inspirations aim at the heart and mind. With performances that range from a romantic croon to bluesy wail to the sanctified holler, The Soul Inspirations aren't just another R&B band. Their debut release, "Let It Go", evokes the likes of Chic, Steely Dan, and Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes.

In his 30 years performing, David Deon has shared the stage with Wilson Pickett, Major Lance, Lou Rawls,The Lincoln Center Jazz Band, Clyde Stubblefield, MCA recording artist Blair, Freddie Fender, The Legendary Drifters, Sound of Supremes and many other nationally renowned artist.

The product of David and Matthew Nelson's (The Dorothy Heralds, Josh Harty, Lis Harvey) 20 year bond of brotherhood, The Soul Inspirations' mix early, bare-knuckled Soul with Steely Dan-like arrangements and the straight up, crowd pleasing interplay and dynamics of a well-honed R&B band.

May 26th
Kyle Mertz
Kyle Mertz is a singer songwriter from Northern Wisconsin. Though music has always been a hobby of his he has only recently made the transition to full time performer. Since making the transition he has been performing for crowds throughout the Midwest starting in 2011. Steadily growing his reach and fan base Kyle has been earning his place in the Midwest indie music scene. With a strong drive and love of performing he has been constantly adding new venue after new venue to showcase his talents. It is that drive that made it possible for him to perform 297 shows in 2015 alone. Drawing crowds and new fans with each show through his stage presents and huge list of cover songs mixed with his original material. Constantly working to keep his material up to date but never forgetting the classic crowd favorites. Drawing influence from just about every genre Kyle is a fan of many musical styles and tries to incorporate as many of those influences as possible into his playing.

May 27th

June 2nd
Clinton Miller

June 3rd
Liver Killers

June 9th
Kevin Moore

June 10th
Irenes Garden

June 16th

June 17th
Burnt Toast and Jam

June 23rd
3 Guyz & Co

June 24th
The BlueTones

June 30th
J-me Baptist

July 1st
Beer Goggles

July 7th
Ike Arumba and the Infidels

July 8th

July 14th

July 15th
Mike Murphy and the MOB

July 21st
Grayling Pingel

July 22nd
Matt Haeffel Band

July 28th
Ric Stream

July 29th

Aug 4th and 5th
Rockin in the WOODS 2017
Burnt Toast and Jam
Loose Fingers



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