Let it Rip

Let it Rip

Reverend Horton Heat continues to bring high-energy, modern rockabilly to the stage
When it comes to modern rockabilly music, one name stands above the rest.

Social Commentary with a Groove

The Lique takes their Las Vegas-based hip-hop-meets-jazz sound on the road to not only get minds thinking, but to get bodies moving
If you haven't heard of The Lique (pronounced The Leak), let me be the first to introduce you to your new favorite band.

Pick's 2018 Picks

Our music writer tells you what she's most jazzed about for 2018. See what we did there?
On the horizon of a new year, 2018 is already shaping up to be an INCREDIBLE year in music in Bend.

Top 10 Albums of 2017

A year of inspired releases reveals plenty of depth
Many years produce an album or two that scream "year's best album" from the first listen.

Musicians in the Rear View

Ten quotes from 2017 summarize a monumental year in the Bend music scene
No matter how the year panned out for you from a personal angle, one thing becomes clear when reminiscing about 2017 — it was a damn good year for live music in Bend.

Stone Cold Tunes

The Helio Sequence returns to Bend for the Apres Ski Bash
Odds are, over the last several years, you've seen the indie rock goodness performed by one of Portland's favorite bands, The Helio Sequence.

Pianos Aplenty

Innovation Project kicks off the Riverhouse Jazz shows this week, offering a packed schedule of keys-heavy performances
Laz Glickman

Ascending to Something

Members of Riot on a Sunday connected via email to form the latest iteration of their musical careersBy Anne Pick Bring Your Dancin' BootsBend's Dry Canyon Stampede fills the void where a country western dance band had been missing
Riot on a Sunday began in a way reminiscent of The Postal Service, but sending songs via email rather than the U.S. Mail.

Tales of a Troubadour

Singer-songwriter John Craigie is a storyteller, in both musical and spoken form
Some of you may remember John Craigie as the chatty troubadour who told stories between songs when he opened for Jack Johnson at the Les Schwab Amphitheater in July.

Get Down

The California Honeydrops take their infectious, high-energy sound on the road ahead of a new album
"It's all about having a good mindset and a good energy when you get on stage," says Ben Malament, drummer for The California Honeydrops, a band with a reputation for involving the crowd in their performances and invoking all-night dance parties.

Finding that Authentic Sound

Seattle's Stubborn Son changed course on its latest EP to find a sound that feels more its own
While Stubborn Son may draw from some of modern rock and roll's biggest names, catching inspiration from what's played on Seattle's KEXP, their sound is taking on a more mature, refined sound as the years roll on.


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That 1 Guy

That 1 Guy - Volcanic Theatre Pub

Thu., Jan. 18, 8 p.m.
Rev. Horton Heat, Voodoo Glow Skulls & Big Sandy

Rev. Horton Heat, Voodoo Glow Skulls & Big Sandy - Domino Room

Wed., Jan. 17, 8 p.m.
The Lique

The Lique - McMenamins Old St. Francis School

Wed., Jan. 17, 7-10 p.m.
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