HEARD ON THE STREET

Too Sick is Too Sick: Gut bucket guitar, blues, and smooth, high-livin' honey in a whiskey jar for pipes.

Lynnea and Ted Lauffer, Gray Dog Deli

 

You've got a blues act that sends me straight down South. Inspired swamp slide sounds.

Ryan McGrath, The Ryan McGrath Band

 

OMG is this guy is good!  Epic night of Blues Music...

Tony Koenk, Brix 340

 

 

Shows

Date Event Location
Too Sick Charlie Badger Prairie Park, Verona, WI Badger Prairie Park, Verona, WI
Too Sick Charlie Potter's Mill, Bellevue, IA Potter's Mill, Bellevue, IA
Too Sick Charlie Brix 340, Waunakee, WI Brix 340, Waunakee, WI
Too Sick Charlie Hop Garden, Paoli, WI Hop Garden, Paoli, WI
Too Sick Charlie Lakeside Street Coffee House, Madison, WI Lakeside Street Coffee House, Madison, WI
Too Sick Charlie Bullquarian Brewhouse, Monroe, WI Bullquarian Brewhouse, Monroe, WI
Too Sick Charlie Gray Dog Deli, Mineral Point, WI Gray Dog Deli, Mineral Point, WI
Too Sick Charlie Common Ground, Middleton, WI Common Ground, Middleton, WI
Too Sick Charlie/Chicago CBG Festival Friendly Tap, Berwyn, ILL Friendly Tap, Berwyn, ILL
Too Sick Charlie Lakeside Street Coffee House, Madison, WI Lakeside Street Coffee House, Madison, WI
Too Sick Charlie Right Bauer Brewing, Sun Prairie, WI Right Bauer Brewing, Sun Prairie, WI
Too Sick Charlie/New Orleans CBG Festival Frenchman Theater, New Orleans Frenchman Theater, New Orleans

From the Infirmary

Tour Update-Summer 2019 

Well the 2019 Bigger Fish to Fry Tour is in mid-stride. A big week with shows at the Capital Brewery on July 25th at 6PM and the first Fitchrona Booze and Blues Festival on the 27th at 6:30PM. Details and more under SHOWS. 

It has been a great ride so far and many more shows coming before we head south for the incredible New Orleans Cigar Box Festival.

Thanks for everyones support. Keep you mojo working.....

Wasn't supposed to be that way.... 

Thanks to everyone who braved the conditions and came out to the Fisher King Winery on Saturday. It was awful outside but we had a blast inside! Hot blues to melt the snow.

Next up: Sheboygan!!! Details and information under SHOWS. Look forward to seeing you at an upcoming show. Thanks for your support!

Blues, Stomps, and Hollers 

What a great time we had in Mineral Point at the awesome Gray Dog Deli! Too Sick left them with a lot of blues. That was one singing and dancing crowd!! We'll be back September 7th for another show. 

Another fun one! 

Thanks to all that came out to the Hop Garden in Paoli on a beautiful Friday night! What a wonderful setting. Too Sick gave them a lot of blues they could use. We'll be working on a return later this year or in 2019. Next up, we travel own the road to Mineral Point. Really excited about this one. Hope to see you at the Gray Dog Deli at 7:30 PM. The week after Too Sick is part of the outdoor summer concert series at Badger Prairie Park. 

"Particularly with the blues, it's not just about bad times. It's about the healing spirit."

Taj Mahal

Chicago... 

Buckle up Sparky! Too Sick has been invited to the Chicago Cigar Box Festival in November. It's shaping up to be a super event with prominent cigar box musicians from all over the US. Hey, that includes me.... Get a preview and check shows for updates and local shows if you can't make the trip.

Why I love Sheboygan 

They say in Colorado it's the winter that brings you and the summers that keep you. Well to paraphrase, the Big Lake brings you to Sheboygan but those awesome blues fans will keep you! The Limelight Pub was packed last night! Can't say enough great things about Roman and his staff. What a classy place. And the crowd...well when you say you're going to play a R.L. Burnside song and people cheer, you just got to love it. We even did a live Facebook feed of a song to one person's son in the Marines stationed in Florida. What a great group of people. Can't wait to come back!!!!

Janesville done and gone... 

Thanks to all who came out on St. Patrick's Day to hear Too Sick open for John Nelson and friends! We left them with a lot of blues... I also acquired a fine green sequin short brim fedora for future St. Pat's Day gigs. Definitely interesting being a musician on this day; I think me and the several police I saw were the only ones in town sober. At least I hope they were....Janesville knows how to throw a party.

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