sortin' the mail
Thursday, july 18


Sortin The Mail from Madison,
Wisconsin, is a five piece Bluegrass
band taking the genre to unexplored
areas.  These musicians, each with
songwriting credentials and with song crafting friends, is adding new tunes to the Bluegrass Songbook
while still reaching back for the forgotten chestnuts left by the elders.  Guitar, mandolin, bass, fiddle and banjo, the group also punctuates their talents with their blend of voices, state presence and overall entertainment value.  You’ll never get through one of their songs without your foot tapping!

FOOD & BEVERAGE:  Provided by Water Street Place.  
​Serving starts at 6 p.m.


Thursday, july 25

​Blue Mississippi is the combination of two original Iowa blues
band, with over three decades of deep roots and rich history as
Iowa musicians:  Bob Dorr and Jeff Petersen from The Blue
Band out of Cedar Falls, and Dave Hummel and Bill (Cricket)
Davis from the Mississippi Band of Dubuque.  All are members
​of The Iowa Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

The band is the classic two guitars, bass, and drums instrumentation, with a smattering of Bob and Dave occasionally playing harmonica.  All four sing, with each complimenting the other’s individual vocal interpretations.  Their music ranges from classic cover songs from the 1960s blues to Americana “rockin’ blues” favorites, in addition to even an occasional original song.

FOOD & BEVERAGE:  Provided by the Russell Law Offices - annual fundraiser for the Shullsburg Girls' Basketball Team.  Serving starts at 6 p.m.      

denny diamond and the jewels
Thursday, august 1

Emerging from the elite Chicago music scene in Illinois, Award-Winning
Neil Diamond tribute artist Denny Diamond began hitting the ground
running in the music realm in 1999, and since that time has manifested
into one of the most versatile and multifaceted tribute acts to hit the

Projecting his own signature stylization to a very familiar sound, Denny
Diamond’s baritone vocal approach and reminiscence of Neil himself has been a grandstanding presence around the country and one of the most sought after acts since he started gracing venues and events nation-wide over the last 20 years.  With Neil Diamond being his core
inspiration, Denny’s musical merit also stems from a vast array of other prominent artist influences that include Tom Jones, Barry Manilow, Willie Nelson, Josh Groban, Dean Martin, Ray Charles and Jim Croce. Denny also won an award with The Akademia for Best Cover/Folk Song in 2016 for the song “Diamond Mountain”.
Food & Beverage:  Provided by the Wheel In!  Serving starts at 6 p.m.

Thursday, august 8

​The Schumacher Family Band ​is a three generation, five piece band that started with Bluegrass roots.  With three different generations came a wide range of influences and taste. All that said, this group has the ability to bring multiple genres to the plate and tastefully deliver them in a way that keeps you wanting more.

​Uncle Skeeter on guitar, Paul on banjo, Reese on Mandolin, and Caden on bass. Mackenzie plays the fiddle and is a powerhouse with the lead vocals. 

The Schumacher family lives just outside Peosta, Iowa, and have been performing together on stage since 2009 - having last graced the Shullsburg Music in the Park stage in 2017.  They have also been a favorite at the town's Cheesefest.  

FOOD & BEVERAGE:  The Shullsburg Lions Club will hold their annual fundraising dinner, starting at 6 p.m.


Thursday, july 11

​The Wundos are back!  Kicking off the 2019 concert series in style,
this band is no stranger to the Shullsburg Music in the Park Concert
Series.  A Southern Wisconsin favorite, The Wundos have been
delighting audiences young and old since the mid-1980s and have
returned to the Shullsburg concert stage for the ninth year! Playing
rock and roll favorites, country, bluegrass, pop classics, original tunes
and jingles, the band highlights unique instrumental variety and
​energetic vocal harmonies that keeps the audience highly entertained. 

FOOD & BEVERAGE: Provided by the Shullsburg Community Development Corporation. 
​​Serving starts at 6 p.m.



Shullsburg Music In The Park