Americana Showcase April 3!

Songwriter’s in the Round, Wednesday April 3, 2013.

Erik Koskinen

Charlie Roth

Lucy Michelle

Brandon Sampson

A New Year. New Music.

We are busy in the barn.  Writing new songs, dreaming about what we want to accomplish this year and looking forward to the new season of the Americana Showcase!  We are bringing in all new friends starting with the kick off concert on Wednesday, February 6th!  Details at


Guaranteed Cash Tickets For Wabasha!

Bob Wootton and Six Mile Grove – The Songs and Sounds of Johnny Cash

Friday, November 2nd.  Doors at 7PM.  Music at 8PM.

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The Secret Is Out!

Order the NEW album by Six Mile Grove “Secret Life in a Quiet Town”!

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Saturday March 3rd

On Saturday Night March 3rd, we’re playing a benefit for a little guy named Landon.
He’s from Southern MN where we grew up and he needs a little help from his friends.

If you are anywhere near Austin, MN please come and attend the benefit show.
We start at 8:30PM at the Austin Eagles Club. Silent auction and activities all day.

Here’s a link to the flyer:

New Album Preview Show

Join us Saturday, February 4th at the Aster Cafe’ on St. Anthony Main in Minneapolis, MN for a preview of our NEW Album.
“Secret Life in a Quiet Town” Coming in March! Call the Aster for Reservations 612-379-3138. Music from 9-11PM.


Bob Wootton and Six Mile Grove

ACT ONE: It’s 1968, and Bob Wootton quits his job as a bartender, and catches a ride to Fayetteville, Arkansas, to see his favorite musician Johnny Cash play at a political rally for Governor Winthrop Rockefeller. Cash’s band is delayed. Wootton’s girlfriend at the time finds June (Carter Cash), and tells her that her boyfriend knows all of Johnny’s songs. Bob is invited backstage, and handed a guitar. Without an ounce of nerves, Wootton hits every note; he continues to play across the globe with Cash for another thirty years; from Folsom Prison to the Buckingham Palace. He becomes Cash’s friend, body guard, and even stunt double. When Cash quits playing music in 1998, due to failing health, Bob hangs up his guitar too, and takes a job driving tour buses for other musicians.

ACT TWO: It’s 2003, and Wootton meets Six Mile Grove frontman Brandon Sampson, through a mutual friend, when driving a band through Minnesota. Sampson, a long time Cash fan, encourages Wootton to pick up his guitar again. In January 2004, Wootton returns to Minnesota with guitar in hand, to play the “Cash Only” tribute show with Six Mile Grove as his band. The two night show sells out, and the fans go wild for Wootton’s legendary guitar sound, and uncanny resemblance to Cash, in voice and stature. Wootton begins making frequent trips to Minnesota to tour with Six Mile Grove. Six Mile Grove opens the act with their original music, and brings Bob on stage, to bring “the Songs and Sounds of Johnny Cash” to life for fans of all ages.

ACT THREE: It’s 2012, Wootton and Six Mile Grove are taking to the road again, this time to promote the release of their collaboration “Guaranteed Cash,” an album of classic Johnny Cash tunes, as well as the upcoming release of Six Mile Grove’s sixth album, Secret Life in a Quiet Town, due out Spring 2012.

BOB WOOTTON is the real deal. He still picks the “boom chicka boom” out of a guitar the way he did for 30 years when touring with Johnny Cash, as an original member of “The Tennessee Three.” What he says of Six Mile Grove: “We have a good time. They’re like family to me. They’re just good all-American boys. There’s nothing fancy about them and they don’t try to be something they’re not. And that’s what I like about them, because that’s how I am. I try not to act like somebody, because I’m not. I’m just lucky I get to do what I do.”

SIX MILE GROVE is a band of earnest-faced hardworking farm boys who’ve been writing and playing original music together since 1997. They are releasing their 6th album, “Secret Life in a Quiet Town,” in spring of 2012.

Cabooze Friday/Olde Pine Saturday

Bob Wootton is coming back to MN for Two Nights. Six Mile Grove and Bob Wootton – Guaranteed Cash.

Join us in Minneapolis on Friday, January 13th when we headline the Cash Only XII event.

Then help us put Pine Island, MN on the map with a hometown concert on Saturday Night January 14th.

Details on the shows page!

Caribou Coffee Song of The Week

Go to Caribou Coffee
(Kahler, Marketplace North and St. Marys 2nd Street locations) in Rochester MN.
Get a FREE download of this weeks Americana Showcase Featured Artists!

Next Showcase is Wednesday, January 18th – 7:30PM
“Songwriter’s In The Round”
Hayward Williams/Dan Israel/Bethany Larson/Brandon Sampson

Buy Tickets at or call 507-282-8481