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Saturday, October 13, 2012

Everything but the Kitchen Sink.

Posted By on Sat, Oct 13, 2012 at 8:00 AM

Metal, country, bucket and slide, bells. We've got you covered.

The Source Weekly listed Flannel Bandana as playing tonight at Broken Top Bottle Shop. That show has been canceled and we regret the error.

If you want to insert a little hard rock and desert metal into your weekend head to the 3rd Street Pub for Halo Haven, Tentareign, Sons of Dirt, and ManX. 9pm.

Married country music duo Cloverdayle plays Mavericks. The NW couple are celebrating the release of their first album 9 Miles Down a 10 Mile Road. $8. 9pm.

Portland based Sassparilla plays jug band, folk punk, rockabilly, punk blues, cowpunk and psychobilly. Whatever you want to call it, their sound crawls under your skin and sticks in your craw long after the show is over. $5. 8pm.

Get your bell rung at the Harmony 4 Women Benefit Performance by Bells of the Cascades at Bend High. Bells of the Cascades has recorded with Pink Martini, Portland's Singing Christmas Tree, and David York. $10. 3pm.

Hillstomp brings their bucket and slide brand of rock-n-roll to the Old Stone and will be playing new songs off of their album Darker the Night. Tickets are $7 at Bendticket.com. 8pm.


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