Digging The Dig

Digging The Dig

The east coast band with three songwriters returns to Bend
Coming off a blistering five sets in two days at South by Southwest, Erick Eiser, keyboard player, guitarist, songwriter and one-fourth of New York's indie rock band, The Dig.

Ultimately, Bluegrass

After a departure on their last album, the Infamous Stringdusters return to their bluegrass roots
Coming off of a 2016 album ("Ladies & Gentlemen") that was a bit of a musical detour, the Infamous Stringdusters knew it was time to re-establish what the band is about musically.

Sister Act

The Quebe Sisters bring their sweet sounds to the Tower
The first time I heard The Quebe Sisters, I was standing in the woods on Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley, Oregon at the Pickathon music festival.

Family Roadtrip

Birds of Chicago bring songs from a new record (written just after inauguration day) to their show at The Belfry
Long days, changing scenery, crisscrossing the country with a concert at the end of each day's journey.

Riff Raff: The Enigma Wrapped in a Cornrow

The rapper who has many scratching their heads comes to Bend
There are far worse rappers on the radio and definitely more annoying personalities that take up our airwaves, but why exactly is Riff Raff famous?

A Cure for the Pain

Tommy Castro and the Painkillers play the Belfry
People who see Tommy Castro and the Painkillers on his tour but have yet to hear his album, "Method To My Madness," will get a good idea of what to expect from this latest release by the time the show is over.

Yellow Jackets

The Yellowjackets buzz by for some Riverhouse Jazz
The Yellowjackets have been together for decades, and while some of their line-up has changed multiple times over, their sound has stayed remarkably consistent.

Anything but Leftover

These days, there's a freshness to the jammy, jazzy bluegrass of Leftover Salmon

Leftover Salmon has spent the last 27-some years amalgamating.

A Winter of Great Music

WinterFest's lineup offers a little something for everyone
A quick glance at the events calendar for any given weekend typically reveals one thing: We have a lot of options for music on the regular in Central Oregon.


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