Folksinger, storyteller Adam Miller plays Hood River Library Aug. 12; Sallie Ford at Ruins Aug. 15; more
When I spoke to Paul Basile the other day, a band leader and songwriter for the indie-folk band Great Elk, I wasn’t expecting him to mention Billy Joel as an influential artist. But when he did, the insight brought a smile to my face and revived memories of seeing a sold-out show at Madison Square Garden.
John Michael Montgomery headlines HR County Fair; more
‘MGM’ at Raven’s Nest July 26‘MGM’ at Raven’s Nest July 26; Food bank benefit Aug. 2; more
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Too Slim and the Taildraggers are playing a free show downtown Hood River on Wednesday, July 16!
Best bets in live music!
‘Dreams’ at Mt Hood Winery; ‘3 Speed’ at The Pines; more
The History Museum is bringing back “Decades of Play,” a fun filled free Family Day, on Sunday, July 13, from 1 to 4 p.m. The museum will have game stations inside and outside that will allow kids and families of all ages to play games and activities from the past century.
2014 marks the 31st anniversary of the Columbia Gorge Bluegrass Festival, and the celebration boasts some of the biggest stars in bluegrass.
Do you have some days when you feel that you’re just not in the loop?
History Museum hosts The History Museum is bringing back “Decades of Play,” a fun filled free Family Day, on Sunday, July 13, from 1 to 4 p.m. The museum will have game stations inside and outside that will allow kids and families of all ages to play games and activities from the past century.
Street dance at Double Mtn.; The Rugs at Trillium July 11; more
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The 4th of July has shifted the music schedule this week at CEBU Lounge:
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