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Wednesday, March 14

Keegan Smith & the Fam, featuring Acoustic Minds

Ken Hanson Band

Max Ribner Band

The Druthers

6:30 p.m doors, 7 p.m. show

21 and over

$25 advance, $25 day of show

Keegan Smith & the Fam, featuring Acoustic Minds

Portland, Oregon native Keegan Smith has been a staple of the Pacific Northwest music scene for the last 5 years. He recently won landslide victories for Male Artist of the Year and Best Live Performance at the 2009 Portland Music Awards. In 2009 Keegan released his fourth studio album entitled Special Delivery.

Keegan has developed a thriving east- and west-coast following since first hitting the stage in 1999. His grassroots approach has brought him from playing solo acoustic around campfires in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania to main-stage, festival performances backed by a 12-piece band in his hometown of Portland.

He released his third studio album and collaborative effort, Hybrid, in 2008 to a sold out room at McMenamins Mission Theatre. His band, "The Fam" is an eclectic mix of musical heavyweights, producers, and bandleaders from the Northwest's thriving music scene. Together they create an energetic and entertaining sound that mixes pop, reggae, funk, and soul that has captivated audiences of every age. Portland's Willamette Week reviews the Fam saying, "[their] stuff is like musical summer" and "life's a little sunnier when listening to them."


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The Druthers

The Druthers make heart-sweeping folk/pop with his and hers harmony. This magnetic Portland, OR six-piece is defined by the unmistakable voices of their two lead singers-the open, weathered rasp that is his (Kirk Duncan) and the whisper-to-wail force that is hers (Erin Adkisson). The pair is accented by a song-serving flurry of trumpet, piano, organ, guitars, drums and bass that evokes the likes of Swell Season and the Civil Wars, and lives somewhere between Ben Harper and Ray Lamontagne. Unmerciful, heartbreaking, uplifting and full of grace, The Druthers make moving music. They are now touring in support of their new self-produced CD, Everyday Ghost


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