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Thursday, April 2, 2009

Brandi Carlile, Live at the Tower

Rocking the Tower, June 10.While we all sit waiting for some big news about the summer live music schedule here in Bend, there was a

Posted By on Thu, Apr 2, 2009 at 11:12 AM

Rocking the Tower, June 10.
While we all sit waiting for some big news about the summer live music schedule here in Bend, there was a shimmer of light this week as it was announced that Brandi Carlile was booked for the Tower Theatre on June 10.

Random Presents, the company behind many of the shows in the Midtown complex, is stepping up to the Tower for the first time to bring Carlile in for an encore of her downright impressive opening set for Sheryl Crow last August. At the show initially at the instance of a Crow-loving wife, the Blender got to the Les Schwab Amphitheater just in time to see Carlile take the stage for a set that included a raucous and, well, kind of angry, cover of Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Fortunate Son." And yeah, it was pretty awesome. Maybe even more so than Sheryl Crow, maybe.

There's sure to be some big announcements for what's to come this summer soon here, but hey, this is a good start. And, even though it's at the Tower, ticket prices are posted at $24. Not too bad, either.

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