Tuesdays at Springhouse Cellar starts March 15, Music starts at 6 p.m. March 15 — Cripple Hop, Hood River Fusiongrass March 22 — Small Souls, Symphonic Folk March 29 — Lewi Longmire/Anita Elliott, Duo/Guitar Duel April 5 — Greenneck Daredevils, Columbia Gorge Bluegrass April 12 — The Show Ponies, Indie-Grass Old-Timey Outfit
Bluesman Terry Robb plays the Lyle Hotel on Saturday, March 12, from 6-9 p.m.
News travels fast - Hood River natives talk about their new band and reflect on old hometown.
The Griffin House (the venue) presents Griffin House (the performer), for two shows Valentine's weekend — Feb 13 and 14.
Free workshop teaches basic exercises for singing Jan 26, Feb. 2, and Feb. 9.
Joel Kabakov will bring his years of flamenco and classical guitar style to the Community of Music program on Friday, Jan. 22, at Wy’east Middle School Performing Arts Center.
Erick Haynie has been contributing to the “I Hate Cancer” concerts for the last three years, a program organized by singer Molly Schwarz,
Appalachian-influences, harmony singing and pop-sensibilities abound for Chapel Hill band
Guitarist talks about his music and playing in his hometown of Paris, France.
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