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Dave Rawlings Machine - The Historic Rogue Theatre - Grants Pass, OR - 09/08/16

Who
Dave Rawlings Machine
When
Thursday, September 8, 2016
8:00pm - All Ages
Where
143 SE H Street
Grants Pass, OR, United States 97526

The Rogue Theatre opened its doors in 1938 as one of the few theaters built during the heart of the Great Depression. Crowds filled her seats to watch Spencer Tracy, Clark Gable, and Marlene Dietrich on the silver screen. News Reels brought home the battlefront during the “Big War.” Through the fabulous 50′s, and the turbulent 60′s the theatre attracted crowds to downtown Grants Pass. As years passed, the advent of television, multiplex cinemas and shopping malls made it difficult for the aging theatre to compete. Closing it’s doors in 1999

In 2000, the Rogue Theatre was reopened as a regional non-profit performing arts center. Complete with state-of-the-art sound and lighting. The Rogue is now capable of hosting a wide range of arts and cultural events, including theater, concerts, dance and film presentations.

The Rogue Theatre is one of Grants Pass’ most prominent historical buildings. The Art Deco exterior and glowing neon marquee add to the warmth and charm of the city’s historical district. It has been recognized as both an important statewide and national historic resource. The ongoing restoration the theatre with the generosity of The Carpenter Foundation and the Myers Trust, as well as local patrons, has preserved one of the city’s few remaining landmark buildings.

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Dave Rawlings Machine at The Historic Rogue Theatre in Grants Pass, Oregon.
This fall, the Machine reunites for more West Coast tour dates, traveling up the coast from Santa Cruz, making several stops in California and ending at an old favorite, the Rogue Theatre.

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Crystal Bowersox - The Historic Rogue Theatre - Grants Pass, OR - 09/30/16

Who
Crystal Bowersox
When
Friday, September 30, 2016
8:00pm - All Ages
Where
143 SE H Street
Grants Pass, OR, United States 97526

The Rogue Theatre opened its doors in 1938 as one of the few theaters built during the heart of the Great Depression. Crowds filled her seats to watch Spencer Tracy, Clark Gable, and Marlene Dietrich on the silver screen. News Reels brought home the battlefront during the “Big War.” Through the fabulous 50′s, and the turbulent 60′s the theatre attracted crowds to downtown Grants Pass. As years passed, the advent of television, multiplex cinemas and shopping malls made it difficult for the aging theatre to compete. Closing it’s doors in 1999

In 2000, the Rogue Theatre was reopened as a regional non-profit performing arts center. Complete with state-of-the-art sound and lighting. The Rogue is now capable of hosting a wide range of arts and cultural events, including theater, concerts, dance and film presentations.

The Rogue Theatre is one of Grants Pass’ most prominent historical buildings. The Art Deco exterior and glowing neon marquee add to the warmth and charm of the city’s historical district. It has been recognized as both an important statewide and national historic resource. The ongoing restoration the theatre with the generosity of The Carpenter Foundation and the Myers Trust, as well as local patrons, has preserved one of the city’s few remaining landmark buildings.

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Crystal Bowersox at The Historic Rogue Theatre in Grants Pass, Oregon.
Crystal Bowersox has made it her mission to live life and her music to the fullest. With a gentle warmth and wisdom well beyond her years, the consummate artist has an uncompromising vision of herself and her music that is refreshing and rare. “I believe if you stand for something, stand your ground; stand it strong and stand it proud.”

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Gaelic Storm - The Historic Rogue Theatre - Grants Pass, OR - 09/29/16

Who
Gaelic Storm
When
Thursday, September 29, 2016
8:00pm - All Ages
Where
143 SE H Street
Grants Pass, OR, United States 97526

The Rogue Theatre opened its doors in 1938 as one of the few theaters built during the heart of the Great Depression. Crowds filled her seats to watch Spencer Tracy, Clark Gable, and Marlene Dietrich on the silver screen. News Reels brought home the battlefront during the “Big War.” Through the fabulous 50′s, and the turbulent 60′s the theatre attracted crowds to downtown Grants Pass. As years passed, the advent of television, multiplex cinemas and shopping malls made it difficult for the aging theatre to compete. Closing it’s doors in 1999

In 2000, the Rogue Theatre was reopened as a regional non-profit performing arts center. Complete with state-of-the-art sound and lighting. The Rogue is now capable of hosting a wide range of arts and cultural events, including theater, concerts, dance and film presentations.

The Rogue Theatre is one of Grants Pass’ most prominent historical buildings. The Art Deco exterior and glowing neon marquee add to the warmth and charm of the city’s historical district. It has been recognized as both an important statewide and national historic resource. The ongoing restoration the theatre with the generosity of The Carpenter Foundation and the Myers Trust, as well as local patrons, has preserved one of the city’s few remaining landmark buildings.

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Gaelic Storm at The Historic Rogue Theatre in Grants Pass, Oregon.
Gaelic Storm is one of today's premier Celtic bands. Their musical output includes pieces from traditional Irish music, Scottish music, and original tunes in both the Celtic and Celtic rock genres.

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Hot Buttered Rum Concert - Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship - Ashland, OR - 11/20/13

Who
Hot Buttered Rum Concert
When
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
8:00pm - $20 advance, $22 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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Hot Buttered Rum Concert at the Rogue Valley Unitarian Fellowship in Ashland, Oregon.
St. Clair Productions presents Hot Buttered Rum on Wednesday, November 20, 8 p.m., at the Unitarian Fellowship, 87 4th St., Ashland. Tickets are $20 in advance, $22 at the door, $10 for 12-17 and free under 12. Tickets available at www.stclairevents.com, 541-535-3562 or the Music Coop in downtown Ashland.
Bay Area newgrass jam band Hot Buttered Rum has been described as a rock band playing bluegrass instruments (the band members themselves call what they do "high altitude California bluegrass"), and with musical influences ranging from blues, rock, and jazz to Celtic and old-time string band music from the Appalachians, the group could almost be termed bluegrass fusion.
Hot Buttered Rum’s years of touring have given the band the chance to work and play with a wide cross-section of musicians, people like Phil Lesh, Chris Thile, Brett Dennen, and Robert Earl Keen. Seasoned veteran Steve Berlin (Los Lobos), acoustic guru Mike Marshall, and left-coast rocker Tim Bluhm (Mother Hips, Nicki Bluhm) have all produced studio albums for the band. Each guided HBR towards the next step in its evolution. It’s a sound that’s as tough to describe as it is easy to love, and it has found its way to the most prestigious pop, folk, and bluegrass stages in the country: Telluride, Newport, Bonnaroo, Strawberry, Hardly Strictly, Kate Wolf, Horning’s Hideout, String Summit, Grey Fox, All Good, High Sierra, Wakarusa, and many more.
In August, the band performed at the opening of the nationally televised Giants game at AT&T Stadium in San Francisco. They did a fresh, vibrant version of the Giant’s fight song as well as a bluegrass arrangement of The Star Spangled Banner.

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