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Rob Larkin Live - Roots Rock/Soul/Americana - Caldera Tap House - Ashland, OR - 01/31/15

Who
Rob Larkin Live - Roots Rock/Soul/Americana
When
Saturday, January 31, 2015
9:00pm - 21+ Buy Tickets
Where
31 Water Street
Ashland, OR, United States 97520

The Caldera Tap House, featuring Caldera Brewing Company's finest Ashland brewed ales and lagers. Please come by and enjoy yourself on Ashland's largest outdoor deck. Try one of our sample trays of internationally award winning ales and lagers.

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Rob Larkin Live - Roots Rock/Soul/Americana at the Caldera Tap House in Ashland, Oregon.

Rob Larkin's homespun blend of gritty roots rock, Americana and funky soul brings you back. The lead singer and guitarist for the LA-based band Rob Larkin & The Wayward Ones, Rob regularly tours as a solo artist as well as with the full band.

Following his success as lead guitarist and vocalist for east coast and west coast-based bands, Rob Larkin recruited some of the best musicians in LA to help record his highly acclaimed album, Dogwood Roots. The result is a rich musical stew, with ingredients from righteous organ to down-home harmonica, and everything in between. As a testament to its timelessness, the title track "Dogwood" won the Americana category of the 2011 Show Me the Music Songwriting contest. Due to the album's success, Rob signed with Spectra Records, and the label released Dogwood Roots worldwide in December 2013.

Rob is currently touring western states, playing tunes from Dogwood Roots and his upcoming album Lights Are Burning.

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April 8, 2014 Posted by John in Events

Bear Creek - Ashland Community Center - Ashland, OR - 04/12/14

Who
Bear Creek
When
Saturday, April 12, 2014
8:00pm - All Ages
Where
Ashland Community Center (map)
59 Winburn Way
Ashland, OR, United States 97520

Ashland Community Center in Ashland, Oregon.

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Bear Creek at the Ashland Community Center in Ashland, Oregon.
Bear Creek, Southern Oregon's source of American Roots music, will be performing Saturday evening, starting at 8 pm, on April 12th, 2014, at the Northwest Forest Workers Benefit at the Ashland Community Center in Ashland.

Food, libations, and entertainment will be provided in order to support a worthy cause.

Contact: Roger Lemstrom, Bear Creek
541.306.1290 or visit us online at www.thebearcreekband.com or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Bear-Creek/109523109092782

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April 8, 2014 Posted by John in Events

Bluegrass with Laurie Lewis & Tom Rozum and Robin & Linda Williams - Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship - Ashland, OR - 05/09/14

Who
Bluegrass with Laurie Lewis & Tom Rozum and Robin & Linda Williams
When
Friday, May 9, 2014
8:00pm - All Ages
Where
87 4th Street
Ashland, OR, United States 97520

We are a Welcoming Congregation for children, youth and adults of all ages in southern Oregon. We are intentionally inclusive, embracing and appreciating people of every age, race, culture, gender, sexual orientation, ability, and economic circumstance. We welcome people from all religious backgrounds and beliefs and we support you in your seeking and growing.

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Bluegrass with Laurie Lewis & Tom Rozum and Robin & Linda Williams at the Rogue Valley Universalist Fellowship in Ashland, Oregon.
St. Clair Productions presents An Evening of Bluegrass with Laurie Lewis and Tom Rozum and Robin and Linda Williams on Friday, May 9, 8 p.m., at the Unitarian Fellowship, 87 4th St., Ashland. Tickets are $25/adv., $28/door, $10/12-17 and free under 12. Tickets available at www.stclairevents.com, 541-535-3562 or at the Music Coop in downtown Ashland.
Laurie Lewis – Grammy winner, bluegrass trailblazer, singer and fiddler extraordinaire – performs a batch of new songs with her favorite musician, mandolin maestro Tom Rozum.
The International Bluegrass Music Association twice named Laurie the Female Vocalist of the Year and she won a Grammy for her contribution to True Life Blues: the Songs of Bill Monroe. She’s recorded more than 20 albums – with the Good Ol’ Persons, Grant Street, Kathy Kallick, and her current band Laurie Lewis & the Right Hands, as well as several solo projects – and is now working with many talented new artists, helping them find their way in the recording business.
Tom, a native New Englander, first joined forces with Laurie in 1986 as an original member of Grant Street, and may well be the rightest of all the Right Hands. He and Laurie collaborated on a beautiful, Grammy-nominated album of duets, The Oak and the Laurel, and he also has released a wonderful solo album, Jubilee, recorded with an all-star cast of musicians including Laurie, Mike Marshall, Herb Pederson, and Darol Anger.
No Depression magazine praises Robin and Linda Williams for creating "music that is both comfortable and thoughtful - a rare combination that explains why and how the Williamses are able to keep on an even keel while musical trends come and go. They don't play at being country - they are country."
For over three decades, Robin & Linda Williams have made it their mission to perform the music that they love, "a robust blend of bluegrass, folk, old-time and acoustic country that combines wryly observant lyrics with a wide-ranging melodicism." The list of artists who have covered their original songs include some of the greats of country music, names like Emmylou Harris, Tom T. Hall, Tim & Mollie O'Brien, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Kathy Mattea and Mary Black.
Robin and Linda Williams first performed on Garrison Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion” in 1975 and have been a regular on the program ever since. They were prominently featured in the motion picture written by Garrison Keillor and directed by Robert Altman.

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March 24, 2014 Posted by John in Events

The Evening Shades - Grange Co-Op - Ashland, OR - 04/18/14

Who
The Evening Shades
When
Friday, April 18, 2014
7:00pm - All Ages
Where
Grange Co-Op (map)
421 A Street
Ashland, OR, United States 97520

Grange Co-Op in Ashland, Oregon.

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The Evening Shades at the Grange Co-Op in Ashland, Oregon.
Playing a fundraiser for RVTV Medford/Ashland along with the Seaons and Blue Light and one other TBA! Should be a blast lets give back to local TV!

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March 24, 2014 Posted by John in Events

The Evening Shades - Southern Oregon University Sustainable Gardening Event - Ashland, OR - 04/19/14

Who
The Evening Shades
When
Saturday, April 19, 2014
6:00pm - All Ages
Where
Southern Oregon University Sustainable Gardening Event (map)
155 Walker Street
Ashland, OR, United States 97520

Southern Oregon University Sustainable Gardening Event in Ashland, Oregon.

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The Evening Shades at the Southern Oregon University Sustainable Gardening Event in Ashland, Oregon.
Come join us outdoors as we play to promote sustainable gardening (ie no chemicals no gmos!!) in Ashland!

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March 11, 2014 Posted by John in Events

David Roth Concert - Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship - Ashland, OR - 04/12/14

Who
David Roth Concert
When
Saturday, April 12, 2014
8:00pm - $18 advance, $20 door - All Ages Buy Tickets
Where
87 4th Street
Ashland, OR, United States 97520

We are a Welcoming Congregation for children, youth and adults of all ages in southern Oregon. We are intentionally inclusive, embracing and appreciating people of every age, race, culture, gender, sexual orientation, ability, and economic circumstance. We welcome people from all religious backgrounds and beliefs and we support you in your seeking and growing.

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David Roth Concert at the Universalist Fellowship in Ashland, Oregon.
St. Clair Productions presents singer/songwriter David Roth in concert on Saturday, April 12, 8 p.m., at the Unitarian Fellowship, 87 4th St., Ashland. Tickets are $18/advance, $20/door, $10/12-17 and free under 12. Tickets are available at www.stclairevents.com, by calling 541-535-3562 or at the Music Coop in downtown Ashland.
A staple of the renowned Kerville Folk Festival since winning the “New Folk” award there in 1986, Roth’s has performed at venues as varied as United Center — where he twice sang the national anthem before Chicago Bull’s games — to the United Nations — where he performed “Earth” for the institution’s 40th anniversary in 1985. Featured on many of Christine Lavin's seminal Rounder Records compilations, the former artist-in-residence at New York's Omega Institute is the coordinator for the Swannanoa Gathering's Contemporary Folk Week each summer in Asheville, NC.
Andrea Marcovicci performed Roth’s “Ringing in Love” at the centennial of Carnegie Hall in 1991 and Noel Paul Stookey — the Paul of Peter, Paul and Mary fame — frequently performs a Roth-penned song, “Spacesuites.” Lyrics from two of Roth’s works — “Manuel Garcia” and “Nine Gold Medals” — were published as verse in Chicken Soup for the Soul books. The BOSE Corporation includes "Taller Than My Hair" and "Five Blind Men" on their "best of new folk" compilations.
A native of Chicago, Roth has been playing his "James Taylor meets Will Rogers" style of inspirational acoustic music for nearly three decades. Although his songs cover a variety of subjects and styles, the themes return to the basic tenants of love, support and community.
Roth rarely follows a set list, instead customizing his shows for each audience he encounters. He says, “I have enough repertoire that if I see that the energy in the room needs a little lift, I can do something funny, or if I see something going on in the world that needs to be acknowledged or addressed, I might do a song related to that."

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Pete Herzog Acoustic Roots Bluesman - Caldera Tap House - Ashland, OR - 02/28/14

Who
Pete Herzog Acoustic Roots Bluesman
When
Friday, February 28, 2014
9:00pm - 21+
Where
31 Water Street
Ashland, OR, United States 97520

The Caldera Tap House, featuring Caldera Brewing Company's finest Ashland brewed ales and lagers. Please come by and enjoy yourself on Ashland's largest outdoor deck. Try one of our sample trays of internationally award winning ales and lagers.

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Pete Herzog, acoustic roots bluesman will be joined by Bear Creek lite,
roots Americana at Caldera Tap House, Febuary 28th from 9-12. Pete plays
acoustic folk, blues and various traditional music, Bear Creek Lite is a
stripped down version of Bear Creek, playing acoustic Americana, bluegrass
and whatever else might strike their fancy. Join them for a raucous good
time at Caldera Tap House

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Umphrey's McGee - Historic Ashland Armory - Ashland, OR - 03/12/14

Who
Umphrey's McGee
When
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
8:00pm - $20 advance, $25 door - All Ages
Where
Historic Ashland Armory (map)
208 Oak Street
Ashland, OR, United States 97520

Historic Ashland Armory.

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Random Presents: Umphrey's McGee (www.umphreysmcgee.com) Wednesday, March 12 at The Historic Ashland Armory in Ashland, Oregon. Doors open at 8pm, show at 9pm. This is an all ages show.

Tickets are $20/adv & $25/door and available at Music Coop (Ashland) Bad Ass Coffee (Medford) Listen Here & Dragon’s Lair (Grants Pass) and Ticketswest at TicketsWest.com or by Phone at 800.992.8499

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Holly Near with Emma's Revolution - Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship - Ashland, OR - 02/15/14

Who
Holly Near with Emma's Revolution
When
Saturday, February 15, 2014
8:00pm - $25 advance, $28 door - All Ages
Where
87 4th Street
Ashland, OR, United States 97520

We are a Welcoming Congregation for children, youth and adults of all ages in southern Oregon. We are intentionally inclusive, embracing and appreciating people of every age, race, culture, gender, sexual orientation, ability, and economic circumstance. We welcome people from all religious backgrounds and beliefs and we support you in your seeking and growing.

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St. Clair Productions presents Holly Near with pianist John Bucchino and special guests emma’s revolution on Saturday, February 15, 8 p.m. at the Unitarian Fellowship, 87 4th St., Ashland. Tickets are $25 in advance, $28 at the door, $10 for teens 12-17 and free under 12. Tickets at www.stclairevents.com, 541-535-3562 or at the Music Coop in downtown Ashland.
Holly Near has worked for over 40 years as a singer, songwriter and teacher. With her powerful voice, wry sense of humor, and curious mind she interprets the songs of the folk tradition, Broadway, cabaret and pop with equal grace. Near is joined by pianist John Bucchino, with whom she has worked for 29 years. Rounding out the sound is emma's revolution, Pat Humphries and Sandy O, contributing guitar, banjo, ukulele and exquisitely tight and complex vocal harmonies. Performing material from her recent recording, Peace Becomes You, old favorites from her earlier repertoire and a few standards from the American Songbook, Near presents a thoughtful, uplifting evening of music.
Holly has been recognized many times for her work for social change, including honors from the ACLU, the National Lawyers Guild, the National Organization for Women, and the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.
"I do not separate my music from my heart nor do I separate my ideas from my daily life. I open myself up to learning as much as I can about humanity and this mysterious life experience, but I do not relate to political work as a series of 'causes.' Moment by moment, I integrate what I learn into my personal life, personalizing my politics. It is from this personal place that I write my songs."

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Bill Evans: The Banjo in America - Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship - Ashland, OR - 02/07/14

Who
Bill Evans: The Banjo in America
When
Friday, February 7, 2014
8:00pm - $18 advance, $20 door - All Ages
Where
87 4th Street
Ashland, OR, United States 97520

We are a Welcoming Congregation for children, youth and adults of all ages in southern Oregon. We are intentionally inclusive, embracing and appreciating people of every age, race, culture, gender, sexual orientation, ability, and economic circumstance. We welcome people from all religious backgrounds and beliefs and we support you in your seeking and growing.

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St. Clair Productions presents banjoist Bill Evans on Friday, February 7, 8 p.m., at the Unitarian Fellowship, 87 4th St., Ashland. Evans presents The Banjo in America, tracing the banjo from its West African roots to the New World. Tickets are $18 in advance, $20 at the door, $10 for teens 12-17 and free under 12. Tickets available at www.stclairevents.com, 541-535-3562 or at the Music Coop in downtown Ashland.
Tracing the banjo from its West African roots to the New World, Evans performs musical examples from the 1700's to the present day on a variety of vintage instruments, explaining how the banjo has been at the intersection of African- and Anglo-American musical and cultural exchange for over 250 years. From an 18th century African dance tune to the music of the Civil War, and from early 20th century ragtime to folk and bluegrass banjo styles, The Banjo in America informs while it entertains, exposing audiences to over 200 years of American music.
Bill is the author of Banjo For Dummies, the most popular banjo book in the world. In addition, he hosts four critically acclaimed instructional DVDs for AcuTab Publications and is the co-author of Parking Lot Picker's Songbook: Banjo Edition from Mel Bay. He also writes a popular monthly instructional column for Banjo Newsletter magazine, "All Strings Considered."

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