Protest Songs

Protest Songs

Political turmoil yields great music
A glass cage of emotion, you say?

Picking with Friends

Cascade Crescendo is changing the way you think about bluegrass
Shattering the traditional notion of bluegrass while still honoring its traditions, Cascade Crescendo embraces high energy and brings an outstanding show to the Volcanic on Jan. 29. "We love it when crowds are up dancing and having a good time," says lead vocalist Hunter White.

Favor the Brave

Fortune's Folly keeps the dream of alt-rock alive
You might not have heard of Fortune's Folly, but you will. Coming out of Eugene, the band will give you the warm and fuzzy (guitar) feeling of those mid-90s female fronted alt-rock bands like The Breeders and No Doubt.

Classic Reggae

Mykal Rose brings reggae's past, present and future to the Capitol
Often home to rising talents, Bend will soon be hosting one of reggae's longest running stars. Mykal Rose, the leading voice of Black Uhuru, emerged onto the global stage when the group's album "Anthem" won a Grammy for Best Reggae Album—the first time that award was given out.

You Bet Your Jazz

The Riverhouse Jazz Series presents the Tierney Sutton Band
Mt. Bachelor Riverhouse Jazz isn't merely bringing incredible artists to the Central Oregon music scene, they're packing some of the finest jazz artists on the planet into the series. As part of the seven-month-long series, January sees the arrival of the Tierney Sutton Band, yet another groundbreaking jazz ensemble.

Hardest Losses

A tribute to the musicians we loved and lost over the past year
Throughout 2016, the grim reaper was busy taking some of our most beloved icons. While this section focuses on music, it's hard not to pour one out for John Glenn, Gene Wilder, Anton Yelchin, Garry Marshall, Muhammad Ali, Garry Shandling, Larry Drake, Harper Lee, Alan Rickman, Carrie Fisher and dozens of others.

Moments of Connection

Wayward Soul continues past Make-A-Band
Last year's Make-A-Band event was a huge deal for Central Oregon. There wasn't quite anything like that in town before and it teamed up some of the most ridiculously talented producers and musicians in the region.


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Recent Comments

  • Re: Protest Songs

    • May I suggest 'The Decline' by NOFX is more relevant to our current socio-political climate…

    • on February 17, 2017
  • Re: Protest Songs

    • Can music change the world? A few years ago I asked Pete Seeger that question…

    • on February 16, 2017
  • Re: You Bet Your Jazz

    • Blues & Jazz are my deepest feelings. I bring them out through my Vocal Chords!

    • on February 2, 2017
  • Re: Favor the Brave

    • The BEST decision I made in 2016 was to go see this band! They are…

    • on January 27, 2017
  • Re: Favor the Brave

    • You all are in for treat! This band is a favorite in Eugene and I…

    • on January 27, 2017
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