Musician Bios

4H:  John Haarbauer, Dave Hopper, Ned Hodgson, and Mark Hubanks make up the group 4H.  Their music is acoustic folk-rock, covering songs from the '60s and '70s.

Bentzen & Lloyd:  Paul Bentzen and Doug Lloyd have been making music together for over twenty years. They play a combination of traditional and modern bluegrass, old-time country, and old string band tunes from the Southern mountains. With Paul on 5-string banjo and vocals and Doug on guitar, they strive to keep alive that fine old summer tradition of front porch pickin' and singin'. 

The High Street Revelers: are a string band from Mineral Point Wisconsin steeped in Old Time Fiddle Tunes, Blues, Rags, and Break Downs.

Don Greenwood:  From Spring Green, Don has been writing songs for 50 years. He writes originals in the rural blues and folk traditions. He cites Bob Dylan, Mississippi John Hurt, Joni Mitchell, John Prine, and Hank Williams as influences. A product of the Great Folk Scare of the 1960s and the early 1970s Chicago folk scene, he used to play set breaks for John Prine on Sunday evenings at the Fifth Peg when John was still working as a mail carrier. He works solo and with several bands in Driftless Area.

Driftless Jimmy:  Driftless Jimmy is the solo acoustic vehicle for singer-songwriter Jim Wisniewski. A veteran of the Milwaukee blues scene, Jimmy has fronted the WAMI nominated full-on electric boogie ensemble, the South End Blues Band for the last ten years, and now leads a local blues bland, The Boilermakers. A recent Driftless Region transplant, he has been delighting listeners with his unique original music and interesting covers for the last several years.

The Firesides:  The Firesides sing and play Appalachian & Midwestern instrumentals, sage cowboy songs, originals, and traditional song-gems. Meghan and Daniel, who play fiddle and guitar moved recently to Southwestern WI from the Twin Cities where they played separately in the bands, The Floorbirds and The Ditchlilies. With these past bands, they have played on numerous festival stages across the US and Europe as well as on radio programs and for private events and square dances. In addition to performances, The FIresides can also offer group style lessons in Appalachian clogging for all ages.

Jeff & Inna Larsen:  Jeff performs instrumental jazz and classical guitar, with his wife Inna joining him on violin on many of the tunes.  Jeff is a guitar teacher at two different locations in Madison, performs regularly at the Java Cat & Common Ground, and has recently released his fourth CD, "The Sapphire Mirror"

KG & the Ranger:  Celebrating 30 years of Classic Cowboy Music, KG & The Ranger continue their mission to keep vintage cowboy songs alive! "They sing with charm and style, yodel spectacularly, choose great material, and write fine new songs as well" (Ranger Doug, Riders in the Sky). Voted 2010 "Outstanding Entertainer-Duo" by the Western Music Association, and three-time harmony yodeling champions, they will take you on a magical journey back in time to the days of the Silver Screen heroes like Roy Rogers, Gene Autry and the Sons of the Pioneers. KG & The Ranger will bring back memories - but also make you feel that you are hearing these songs for the first time!

Mark Browning Milner:  Mark Browning Milner is a pop-jazz-rock-R&B-blues-folk-American-songbook singer-guitarist who takes classy and mellow songs from the 40s through the 70s and makes them his own. He was born and raised in Marion, Ohio (a nice place to be from) which was also home to Warren G. Harding, Rod Serling, John Dean, and Gerry Mulligan, all of whom considered influences. His repertoire includes material from Leonard Cohen, Taj Mahal, The Beatles, Rodgers & Hart, Nick Lowe, The Doors, Frank Sinatra, Peggy Lee, Jimmy Buffett, Steely Dan,  Don McLean, The Gershwin Brothers, Little Feat, Howlin’ Wolf, The Grateful Dead, Joni Mitchell, Bobby Dylan, Bobby Darin, Bobby Troup, Bobby Kennedy, Abraham Lincoln, and Britney Spears. (And Groucho Marx - no kidding!). He has entertained audiences from the gulf shores of Alabama to the deserts of Arizona and New Mexico, from the southwest of Texas to the upper Midwest of Minnesota and Wisconsin, and all points between and betwixt. When MBM hits the stage, anything can happen. (Sometimes the stage hits back.) Come see for yourself.

Nath Dresser:  Nath Dresser has been writing songs and performing since 1974.  Over the last two decades he’s performed mostly in the upper Midwest in venues ranging from cafes and house concerts to the Sh*tty Barn, a summer music mecca in Spring Green. Nath’s original songs are mostly finger-picked story-songs in the folk or Americana vein; he also covers songs by songwriters from the likes of Eric Anderson to Warren Zevon.  There’s a trace of a southern accent in his baritone voice, a remnant of the three decades he spent in the Carolinas. These days he lives in Spring Green with his wife, son, and four cats.  You can learn more about him--and his work as both a singer-songwriter and photographer--at

Stieber & Myers:  Don is a two-time inductee of the Iowa Rock’n’Roll Music Association Hall of Fame (2009 and 2016). He moved to Wisconsin in 2010, then met Scott, who has graciously included Don in his (formerly) solo shows ever since.  Scott is just this guy who likes to play music, especially with The Donmeister.

Tom Waselchuk:  Singer. Songwriter. Band leader. Producer. Tom has lead the Dang-Its (Americana) since 1998, presented Sweet Dreams & Honky Tonks (a classic country music revue) since 2012, toured the US and Far East with Harmonious Wail (Gypsy swing, 2001-2011), and free-lances in many music genres: jazz, bluegrass, country, Irish, and folk music.

The Westerlies:  Kara Rogers, Charlene Adzima, and Bob Newton are three-quarters of a quartet called West Wind; as duos or trios, they are The Westerlies. Featuring Charlene Adzima on fiddle and vocals; Kara Rogers on concertina; and Bob Newton on octave mandola and mandocello. They have been playing traditional Irish music together for years.