Saturday and Sunday
We invite you to pull up a seat (or a straw bale) and enjoy some local gospel and bluegrass music on the front porch of the Café at Simek’s Farm.
Sept 16: Bill Isles
Sept 17: Mama's Stolen Horses
Sept 23: Two Plus Two
Sept 24: Casey Aro
Sept 30: Russ Sackett
Oct 1: Casey Aro
Oct 7 & 8: Bill Isles
Oct 14: Mel Anala
Oct 15: Casey Aro
Oct 21: Russ Sackett
Oct 22: Casey Aro
Oct 28: Sarah Mae and the Birkeland Boys
Mama's Stolen Horses
An Americana/ folk-grass group with Kristoffer, (vocals, guitar, mandolin, banjo) and Abby Jo Robin (vocals, guitar, banjo, ukulele) as the core and often other members who sit in. They write original music from the heart about life, love, adventure, and experiences from the road. The 2 started playing together 10 years ago in Mankato MN and shortly after hit the road traveling the country working as glass artists, vending at Renaissance Festivals and sharing their music along the way. They started going by the name ‘Mama’s Stolen Horses’ back in 2011 while staying in Sedona AZ. With the inspiration of the landscape and the history of the wild west they envisioned themselves being like wild horses stolen to a gypsy life on the road. After 10 years of life on the road the two recently decided to put some roots down in the beautiful city of Duluth MN!
Bill & Kate Isles
An acoustic singer/songwriter duo based in Duluth, Minnesota. Using a wide variety of musical styles, their performances carry audiences through a broad landscape of experiences from metaphorical worlds to small town family stories and to zany comedy. They are known for their catchy melodies and memorable songs. They have a deep-seated love for the audience, and each other, and it shines before, during, and after the performance.
A local Duluth musician. He plays out publicly in several groups including The Young Outlaws, 500 Million Society, The Boomchucks and at "Grog Time" feat. Russ Sackett & Friends
Sarah Mae and the Birkeland Boys
We’re a family band that will make you smile, stir your spirit and touch your soul. We blend “relative” harmonies with a toe-tapping mix of original and traditional bluegrass, roots, Americana and gospel music. Sarah Mae and “the boys” entertain audiences of all musical tastes and ages — mixing the sweet sounds of bluegrass and gospel with engaging harmonies, skillful instrumentation and a kindred spirit that is reflected in the songs we sing and music we play.