Up and coming jam-band World’s Finest heads to River City Saloon on Friday, Nov. 27.
Classical guitarist Peter Fletcher deserves a bigger audience - how 'bout it, Hood River?
The internationally acclaimed Bob Sheppard with the Michael Raynor Trio will be performing a memorable night of All That Jazz.
Currently on tour, Asher Fulero has a new CD called “Catching Air.” His band is playing at the Skyway Bar in ZigZag on Sunday, Oct. 25..
Author of the Beer Bible reveals the truth about IBUs and brings the worldwide beer culture into a handy new reference book.
New Orleans style Tubaluba returns Aug. 21; mile marker 6 reunion show Aug. 23
Independence Eve at the Bingen Theater, 210 Main, Bingen, Wash., on July 3 from 7-9 p.m. Admission is free, and the doors opens at 6 p.m.
Ken DeRouchie and his band play the River City Saloon on Saturday, May 30, starting at 9 p.m. Local singer Tracy Klas opens. 21 and over, and there is a cover charge.
California rocker Pamela Parker branches out with a solo show May 22
Ural Thomas and the Pain play River City Saloon on Friday, Feb. 13. Tickets are $8 in advance, $10 at the door. Thomas’ first stint in music, decades back, had earned him opening gigs for Stevie Wonder and James Brown. He released a series of singles in the 1960’s, including “Pain is the Name of Your Game.”
Austin resident and Gorge native signs to Good Horse Records
The Brothers Gow are in Hood River on Tuesday, Dec. 2, at River City Saloon. The band talks about giving back to the community via a foundation that provides instruments to school kids.
Too Much Coffee Man makes leap from page to stage
House concert in Hood River Sept. 9 features music by Berklee music graduate.
The healing power of music helps Texas songwriter through life-changing trauma.
Oberlin's style ranges from Italian classical, western swing and bluegrass.
Up and coming rockers from Bend debut in Hood River Aug. 16.
All-girl band is a new, progressive rock sound for Sallie Ford.
Great Elk will be at River City Saloon in Hood River on Saturday, Aug. 2. Portland’s Peter Rodocker opens the show. Showtime is 9 p.m.
Blues icon talks about his Gorge roots, recording a new record with the Phantom Band and why he likes the new healthcare system