Behavioral Health Clinic 10×10 Series 23-24

2023/24 Behavioral Health Clinic 10x10 Series


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 2022/23 Season, click here.

General admission available now for $10 in advance, $15 at the door.


Beth Bombara

Thursday, September 14, 2023

Beth Bombara has a voice that connects on a raw, emotional level. Her work “is tinged with emotion” says L.A. Weekly. Based in Missouri, Bombara “has carved out her own award-winning mix of contemporary folk and electric heartland-rock.” (The Columbia Tribune)

Bombara has talent and ears way beyond those of your average singer-songwriter. Supported by her smart musical sensibilities, emotionally savvy lyric writing, and her strong production skills, Bombara's solo work shines.


Taylor Ashton

Tuesday, October 10, 2023

Taylor Ashton is a Canadian singer and songwriter living in Brooklyn. 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.


Melody Angel

Tuesday, November 14, 2023

Melody Angel is the complete package: gifted guitarist and multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, vocalist, arranger, and producer. The Chicago Reader calls her “The Future of the Blues.” The Southside Chicago artist is navigating a forward-looking musical path while integrating the legacy of classic blues.

Her music encompasses many 20th century American genres, including Rhythm & Blues, Rock, Folk, and Funk, all layered on a strong bed of Chicago blues.


Fort Frances

Friday, January 19, 2024

Fort Frances returns to The Grand with their signature blend of synth, pop, and hip-hop influences, finding optimism in conflict and chaos.

Their carefree cover of DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince’s “Summertime” led to a surprise international breakthrough in 2015. The following year, they released their sophomore LP Alio, spent considerable time on the road, and had their best year as band. Having spent the past 10 years creating music about his fears that the universe is teetering on the edge of doomsday, bandleader and songwriter David McMillin has learned that, if it’s true, we may as well enjoy it all while we can.



Saturday, March 16, 2024

PEGASIS is all about writing and performing genre-less original music that refuses to be categorized. With shimmering vocal harmonies, pulsing rhythms, tight arrangements, musical virtuosity, and vibrant dynamics, PEGASIS provides lush soundscapes that captivate all types of listeners and makes the complex sound (and look) easy.

PEGASIS is influenced by all types of music and that is reflected in their original compositions. From jazz, funk, rock, classical, hip hop, bolero, bachata, reggaeton, even EDM, PEGASIS draws influences from every corner of the world of music.


May Erlewine

Thursday, March 21, 2024

Songwriter May Erlewine travels the Midwest in the spring, offering an intimate evening of music and togetherness. May’s songs cut right to the heart of things, creating a space to feel and to enjoy a night of music and community. Joining Erlewine on guitar, the incredibly talented, Packy Lundholm. This tender duo has traveled the world together digging deep into each performance to bring you a very uniquely heart-full experience.

You can listen to their recordings on the newest EP, Knox Avenue Recordings, streaming everywhere.


treya lam

Thursday, April 25, 2024

treya lam is a multi-instrumentalist and composer whose strident voice is informed with politically charged songwriting and fluency on guitar, Nina Simone-inspired piano and looped viola. They have performed original music at Lincoln Center, the Prospect Park Bandshell and the American Museum of Natural History.

They are currently developing otherland - an audiovisual chamber-folk album on healing in the wake of grief and loss, radical self acceptance and the relationship between individual and collective healing.


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