Ruth Moody in TD June 10; John Bunzow at White Buffalo; Kit Garoutte at Stave & Stone; more
‘Twin Mandos’ at Riverside; Volcanic celebrates with Prollyotta May 28; more
Cascade Singers announce Spring Concerts June 4-5; Concert, book signing at Mosier School June 12; more
Entertainment update for May 21, 2016
Portland musician-troubadour-folk-preacher McDougall returns to Hood River on Friday with a new CD that expands his regular one-man show into new territory: a full band sound.
HRVHS Film Festival May 26; Go and Catch ‘Feed the Dogg’; more
Broadway and jazz are both quintessential genres of American music, and not surprisingly, they have a history of coming together in surprising ways.
Hip Hop history is the topic at Columbia Center for the Arts on Saturday, June 4.
‘Cahill’ at Everybody’s May 13; Skamania Lodge hosts annual free Live Music Series; more
On Thursday, April 28, a big crowd of local mamas and many others shared big laughs in support of a local perinatal program.
Kristen Ford at Trillium May 27; Kerry Williams at The Pines; more
Poetry workshop May 7; Author Brian Doyle at Klindt’s; more
Wednesday brought a listening event unlike any other to Hood River.
Woody Guthrie tribute May 20; CBU Male Chorale concert May 4; ‘Dream Big’ fundraising April 29
Jim Drake’s Entertainment Blog: Storm Large on wanting to be good, paying your dues, and the luxury of time
When can someone say that he, or she, has finally reached the top of their game? What events in your life have to occur to say that you have finally “made it?” It’s still an open-ended question for singer Storm Large, even after reflecting on 25 years of being on the music scene.
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