The Euphemystic Trio – Chic Preston, Dave Henehan & Michael Stillman
Tony Smiley, guitar, bass, keys, drums, beatbox, vocals, loop-ninja-ing
Since 2000, Tony Smiley has captured audiences with raw rhythms of all live looping. This musical savant loops his way through a unique genre of music that you won’t find anywhere else. All with a witty, engaging, and energetic stage presence. His cosmic dance of electric melodies range from rock, hip hop, […]
Based in Portland, OR, Chasing Ebenezer is an indie folk band fronted by husband/wife team Benjamin and Heidi Beth Sadler. Their combination of guitar and violin take listeners on a musical journey that inspires others to create. They are passionate about justice issues, which is the primary focus of their debut album Outcasts & Refugees.
ALONZO GARBANZO (Dennis Castañares) sings and plays 6- and 12-string guitars (and piano, and bass, and several other things—usually not simultaneously). His 400-plus-song repertoire includes medieval songs, songs in languages not yet invented, originals, and all kinds of covers. His music has been called “Martian Celtic baroque bluegrass reggae-blues rock folk”, quite rightly. Alonzo has over 430 YouTube music videos […]
This Hood River String duo plays an eclectic mix of 90’s Rock, American Folk and Roots Rock.
Working together now for 6 years, Larry and Raven perform in Mexico in the winter and the Pacific Northwest in the summer. Striving for tight vocal harmonies, accompanied by acoustic guitar they cover music that spans 6 decades as well as their own original material.
We’re proud to host Columbia Gorge Orchestra Association Stages’ Salons, a new series of informal, intimate evenings of music, poetry, literature, and drama organized around a theme. Admission is free but donations are gladly accepted to support Stages’ theatrical productions.
Kick off your shoes and surrender to the juicy rhythm and blues of Blunami. This home grown band, with vocalist/keyboardist Susie Sinclair, guitarist/vocalist Bill Irish, and drummer Mike Grodner, promises a chance to dance.
We’re excited to welcome back Kay Floria and Randy Bell, as they play an eclectic mix of blues, jazz, boogie woogie and soulful ballads. Kay’s vocal style allows her to cover artists as diverse as Ella Fitzgerald, Katie Webster and Bessie Smith, plus her own original tunes. Randy, a percussionist, has performed with a wide variety of musical groups.
Pavement Ends plays rock in’ blues. Dave Wade, Dennis Harvey, Paul Viemeister and John Durkan will play danceable tunes on November 2nd!