Behavioral Health Clinic 10×10 Series 22-23

2022/23 Behavioral Health Clinic 10x10 Series


General admission tickets on sale now! $10 in advance, $15 at the door.

Reserve your table for all seven shows of the Behavioral Health Clinic 10x10 Series for more than 10 percent savings and prime seating! Contact The Grand’s Ticket Office at 715-842-0988 to reserve your table today*. To see shows from our 2021/22 Season, click here.

*tables for this season's 10x10 Series are sold out.


TAE & The Neighborly

Thursday, October 27, 2022

The five members of the Ripon, WI based band TAE & The Neighborly really were neighbors who started playing and writing music together during the 2020 pandemic thanks to a shared passion for baking cake. Since everyone knows all good rhythms begin in the kitchen, it wasn’t long before the group began to perform together across the nation.

Critics hail the group as “having more kick than a bagged-up mule” (Rotary Times). All in all, if you are looking for a dense show that will give you more inspiration fuel for self lovin’, world changin’, and consideration havin’ meet them where the music is made to be shared.


Ron Artis II

Wednesday, November 9, 2022

To say that Ron Artis II plays music from his heart and soul would be a bit of understatement. With his family upbringing and incredible early success, you may even say it has been pre-ordained. While developing his multi-instrumental prowess playing in the Artis Family Band, Ron quickly took to piano and guitar as his main modes of expression.

His debut full length album “Soul Street” dropped in early April, 2020 and garnered wide critical praise. The album crystallizes the full range of Ron’s influences—deep Delta Blues and Gospel, plus Northern Soul and R&B, alongside in-depth and personal lyrics—into a tight collection of fresh yet familiar songs that are at once urgent and timeless.



Friday, January 20, 2023

Barbaro’s musical vision explores their collective life experiences through intricate instrumentation, creatively bending traditional music into a style that is all their own.  The Minneapolis-Winona based rising stars have created their eclectic sound through original songwriting craft, with inspiration derived from bluegrass, jazz and chamber music.

Their new album, Dressed in Roses, released January 2020, “Stands as a true testament to their musical identity and the sound that has launched one of the Midwest’s most in-demand acoustic acts.”


King Margo

Thursday, March 2, 2023

King Margo is Rachel Coats and Lucciana Costa, both lifelong performers, road warriors, session players and recording artists. Radio personality Rob Reinhart says of their new material: "Great stories in beautifully crafted songs with the sweetest harmonies you'll hear this year."

Dubbed “lipstick dirtbag Americana,” King Margo is known for putting on high-energy, fun, and musically adept shows. They also play with Gabe Lee, Hollier and Tyler Halverson, and have shared a bill with Riders In The Sky, Seth Walker, Susan Werner, and Grammy-nominated artist Seth Glier.


Empire Wild

Saturday, April 1, 2023

Empire Wild is a genre-bending, crossover trio founded by Ken Kubota, Brandon Ilaw, and Mitch Lyon. All classically trained, the three musicians met at Juilliard and formed Empire Wild as a vehicle for their love of musical exploration - fusing the sounds of pop, folk, Broadway and more into their songwriting and composition.

Their debut EP ‘Paper Seasons’ features all original songs, highlighting the trio’s unique sound and instrumentation. Based in NYC, they have brought their signature mix of original music, inventive covers and twists on the classical canon to audiences across the country.


Taylor Ashton

Tuesday, April 25, 2023

Taylor Ashton is a Canadian singer and songwriter living in Brooklyn. He spent the first half of his twenties on the road across Canada as frontman of the band Fish & Bird before moving to New York to work on a new set of songs and a new chapter of life. His music takes influence from the cosmic emotionality of Joni Mitchell, the sage vulnerability of Bill Withers, the humour and heartbreak of Randy Newman, and old-time and Celtic folk music.

Alternately accompanying himself on clawhammer banjo and electric guitar, Taylor croons poignantly clever lyrical insights while effortlessly gliding between a Bill Callahan-esque baritone to a Thom Yorke-like falsetto.


Previously in our 22-23 season:

Trapper Schoepp

Friday, September 16, 2022

The charismatic Milwaukee singer-songwriter adds depth and fresh energy to standard Americana by hopping genres and experimenting with modern tech sounds in his latest album, May Day. He has shared stages with such like-minded Americana mainstays as The Wallflowers, The Jayhawks, Frank Turner, and Old 97’s.

In 2019, Trapper Schoepp was featured in Rolling Stone and Billboard magazines for his collaboration with Bob Dylan for the song “On, Wisconsin” based on a previously unpublished set of lyrics written by the folk music legend.


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