|Poorhouse Millionaires and the Midnight Darlins
||Friday, August 10, 7:00 PM
|Caitlin Jemma & The Goodness : Joseph Hein Band opening
||Friday, August 17, 7:00 PM
|Rags & Bones
||Rags Rosenberg, aka Rags and Bones, is a songwriter and poet currently living
in Joshua Tree in Californiaâ€™s High Desert. Taking his name from W.B. Yeatsâ€™ poem â€śThe Circus Animalsâ€™ Desertionâ€ť
and its image of â€śthe foul rag and bone shop of the heart,â€ť
he has spent a lifetime sifting through the detritus and emotional residue we use to assemble art.
With two kids to raise and a failed marriage on the tracks behind him,
Rags spent 14 years in Nashville as an aspiring songwriter.
With "These Bones" and "Rabbit Holes," two EP's of his original songs,
he embraces the emotional depth and songwriting craft he has spent the last half-century cultivating.
His song "I'll Meet You There", co-written with Grammy award winner Lynn Langham,
was performed by Rodney Crowell and Pam Rose in the film "Beyond Right and Wrong."
||Saturday, August 18, 7:00 PM
Buffalo Romeo (Lea Jones and Keenan Dorn) takes you on an adventure through Americana,
riding across the open plains of G and C chords before climbing the Rocky Mountains and
Cascades of 16th note mixolydian runs which settle quite nicely into the Willamette Valley
of tagged choruses in 2-part harmony that will have you feeling like you're finally home on the range!
This is also Keenan's 23rd birthday, so either shower him with praise or buy him some extra
burgers and sweet potato fries that he can take back to Eugene with him.
||Friday, August 24, 7:00 PM
|Zacharia Bryson and The Meat Rack
Traditional Honky Tonk and Hillbilly music out of Portland, OR.
||Friday, August 31, 7:00 PM
|RichieG and MA Beat
RichieG and MA Beat play a mix of songs featuring guitar, ukulele, percussion and vocals.
Our song-based music encompasses: country, americana, folk, and hawaiian.
||Saturday, September 8, 7:00 PM
Eugene singer-songwriter John Baumann brings his comfortably worn-in supporting cast of
musical blasphemers Keenan Dorn, Noah Kamrat and Beau Eastlund down to the Brewer's Union
for an evening of Alt-Americana musical storytelling (some true, and some, we only hope are false).
Influenced heavily by John Prine, Tom Waits and Britney Spears, this Satori Bob quartet will
have you stomping your feet, crying on Ted's shoulder, and humming along to strangely familiar melodies,
all within the first 15 minutes.
||Friday, September 21, 7:00 PM