Chicks with Picks returns for its sixth year to benefit the Bethlehem Inn
After a one-year hiatus, Chicks with Picks returns to the Volcanic Theatre.
Jazz series wraps up with Ravi Coltrane, son of the late great saxophonist
In case you're out of the loop, here's the deal: over the course of the last seven months, the Mt. Bachelor Riverhouse Jazz Series has been bringing some big names in modern jazz here to Central Oregon.
Tom Wilson and his band LeE HARVeY OsMOND hit Bend in support of their new album
Ontario, Canada's Tom Wilson—who you're more likely to know as the frontman of band Lee Harvey Osmond—is venturing into the west coast leg of his American tour.
Black Violin may just turn the Tower on its ear
With a definite departure from only classical or bluegrass music, these guys are not your grandparents' string players.
Comedian Louie Anderson is still a stand-up at heart
In the world of comedy it takes a lot to stay relevant, especially if your career spans over three decades.
Longtime NYC musician brings tunes from the Woodstock Sessions and more to his show at the Capitol
For nearly 20 years, Marco Benevento has been a key figure in the shaping of the New York music scene.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Pimps of Joytime bring the funk
When you hear the name "The Pimps of Joytime," it's hard to imagine how perfect that name actually is for the band.