Tucked within the UWEC Davies Center lies The Cabin, a cozy on-campus space for music, art, and events. By day The Cabin offers the campus community their coffee fixations and a place to settle back. By night The Cabin is a cool, collective environment with a notable selection of drinks, appetizers, and entertainment. Head over to this neck of the woods this spring to enjoy both local and national artist performances!
Friday March 2nd, 2018
Jessica Manning is an alternative-R&B artist born in Stockholm, Sweden & raised in Minneapolis, MN. She draws influence from pop, soul, and electronic music by artists such as Frank Ocean, Little Dragon, and Kevin Garrett.
Saturday March 3rd, 2018
Harbor & Home
Harbor & Home is an alternative rock band from Minneapolis, MN. Their sound embodies modern roots Americana with classic rock n’ roll. With rich soulful vocals and tight harmonies the group offers a versatile sound that fits almost any venue.
Friday March 9th, 2018
Folk flows, psych schemes, sunbeams, and daydreams.
Chicago native, Matt Smith, started Thompson Springs as an outlet for songs he collected while playing in the Madison-based group, The Sharrows. The group’s new EP, “Fond Regards (2017),” features Pat Sansone of Wilco and frequent collaborator Rob Laakso of Kurt Vile and the Violators. Jacob Bicknase (drums), and Andy Goitia (bass) contribute live and in the studio.
Saturday March 10th, 2018
The Cloud Hymn
If there was ever a soundscape that rose to the premise of its title, one would need look no further than The Cloud Hymn.
The Cloud Hymn is the ambient post rock music of local artist, John Nielsen.
Saturday April 7th, 2018
Micah Ryan is a singer/songwriter from Eau Claire, WI. He began playing piano at the age of four and has continued to pursue music since. His instruments include piano, vocals, guitar, and drums. Intrigued and inspired by the ability of music to unite people who would otherwise not come together, he continues to pursue his passion of music with the dream of changing the world through music.
Friday April 20th & Saturday April 21st, 2018
One listen to his smoky, soulful croon and the breezy way his songs half-step and skip smoothly along the stage, and his hometown Chicago roots are obvious. As Splithoff has grown and moved across various gritty concrete landscapes, so too has his music, which deftly incorporates myriad elements from his surroundings and packages them into one unmistakable pop-soul-dance-urban experience.
Friday April 27th, 2018
“We play Acoustic music with an edge, bringing a very intimate atmosphere that is also engaging, making you want to sing along and move with the music. Our songs are about life, love, and everything in between. No particular genre defines us. We have soft melodic moments of innocence and moments of intense in your face bluesy rock.”
– Dwayne Thomas
Saturday April 28th, 2018
Billy Krause is a veteran musician who has worked for more than 30 years in many formats – as a solo artist, in small ensembles, and in table-thumping electric roadhouse bands. Back and better than ever with his latest 2017 album, Last Call , Krause gifts us with rich and sincere folk ballads.