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Music & Events

Live music for Charlie’s Irish Pub in the Historic Water Street Inn located in downtown Stillwater. Charlie’s Pub features live music every Friday and Saturday night from 7:30pm-11:30pm. Sunday afternoon in the summer on the Patio from 1:00 to 5:00.


September 7th & 8th  – Paul and Lorraine

Paul and Lorraine started with a rouge folk band (Folk Underground), then split off to form their own duo.  They bring a wide variety to the table, including: lots of drinking, lots of losing your love, plenty of death, doom, and destruction, along with happy little nights in the Pub. They take requests and will play almost anything (if they know about half of it!)

Sunday September 9th    – Sweet Mash

Sweet Mash is a four piece band with a new twist on old school classic sound. Crisp, fun and surprisingly fresh.  Straight out of Oakdale, Stillwater and Lake Elmo, MN, You’ll be singing along with classics from Boston, Journey, Cream, The Eagles and many more!

September 14th, 15th & 16th  – Lojo Russo

Whether playing festivals or front steps, coffee houses or concert halls Lojo Russo connects with her audience in a way few performers can. Her enormous stage energy, powerful voice and percussive playing style belie her small frame. This little woman puts on one heckuva big show

September 21st & 22nd  – Broken Spoke

A high-energy Irish/folk band based in Saint Paul, MN highlighting the sweet stringed sounds of the fiddle, stand-up bass, guitar, and mandolin. Traditional Irish Music and Irish Rock with a twist! Broken Spoke never fail to deliver an outstanding performance that will have you up on your feet before you know it!

Sunday September 23rd  – Tom Dahill

Tom Dahill and Ginny Johnson are superb entertainers with a fantastic repertoire of old Irish songs and dance tunes that you won’t hear from anyone else. They have command of many instruments between them; Irish button accordion, concertina, uilleann pipes, fiddle, whistle, bodhrán, guitar and they sort of juggle these instruments between them to suit the sounds to fit the venue as they go along through their performances. This is the music that is part of the soul of Ireland

September 28th &29th  – Northerly Gales

Hailing from the Twin Cities, the Northerly Gales is a rollicking acoustic folk group whose music draws from the Irish, Scottish, Canadian and American folk traditions. Though primarily consisting of fiddle, guitar, pipes, bass and voice, the Gales love to mix it up with harmonica, whistle, mandolin, bouzouki, bodhran and whatever else they can get their hands on. Whether you’re looking to tap your feet, forget your troubles, or just share a pint over some great tunes, look no further than the Northerly Gales

October 5th & 6th – Bedlam

Bedlam is a band born out of the talent pool of the MN Renaissance Festival. Over the years, the band has had a diverse sound and many different members. Its recent incarnation is a folk band with a hippie attitude. Many familiar songs with a different slant along with some original material as well. As the name implies a stage with this group on it is not a very stable one and you never know who may show up and sit in on a set.

October 12th & 13th – Paul and Lorraine

Paul and Lorraine started with a rouge folk band (Folk Underground), then split off to form their own duo.  They bring a wide variety to the table, including: lots of drinking, lots of losing your love, plenty of death, doom, and destruction, along with happy little nights in the Pub. They take requests and will play almost anything (if they know about half of it!)

October 19th & 20th  – Broken Spoke

A high-energy Irish/folk band based in Saint Paul, MN highlighting the sweet stringed sounds of the fiddle, stand-up bass, guitar, and mandolin. Traditional Irish Music and Irish Rock with a twist! Broken Spoke never fail to deliver an outstanding performance that will have you up on your feet before you know it!

 

October 26th & 28th – Langer Ball

The Langer’s Ball is a 2-piece Celtic Group that has been performing around the Mid-Western states since July 2007. Featuring Michael Sturm on guitar, mandolin & vocals, and Hannah Rediske on accordion and penny whistle, The Langer’s Ball performs a wide variety of traditional, contemporary and original Celtic songs and tunes.