888 Liberty St. N.E.Salem, OR 97301
21 and over
An American Old Time folk singer-songwriter. Fiddle, guitar and banjo.
Treasury will host the Bill Hughes quartet on the second Thursday of each month.
The band will play jazz and pop standards in a jam session format and showcase
some of Salem's top talent.
Wil's Sound is like John Mayer meets Ray Lamontagne at a
radio concert. Its bluesy and soulful with an alternative edge.
Frame by Frame was born out of a need to combine the solid
dynamics, poignant lyrics, driving harmonies, and back-and-forth hook-laden
A Cascade Blues association "Best New Act" winner!
Whistle player and trad virtuoso, Geraldine Murray weaves Irish melodies within
a lifetime of influence from all over the world's music spectrum. Trans
Trad is the result.
Orvil Ivie and Garry Meziere play a variety of
music from traditional blues to contemporary jazz. They also are known for very
well-crafted original song.
What’s a pipe face? Why, it’s a face painted on a pipe. When visiting McMenamins hotels, keep an eye out for ‘em above.
The Barley Mill in Portland was the first pub opened by Mike and Brian McMenamin together.
The art of brewing is over 6,000 years old! And only gettin’ better…
Oregon’s brewing companies employ more than 4,700.
When at McMenamins, check out the light bulbs. Why use plain ol’ white ones when you can have pink, red, orange, blue, yellow…?
In Europe around 1200, beer was used to baptize babies — its alcohol content inhibited the growth of bacteria.
The Kennedy School Theater was rated one of the Top Ten That Do It Right by Entertainment Magazine. Huzzah!
The mosaics in the Grand Lodge basement were inspired by the work of Spanish artist Antonio Gaudi.
St. Arnold, the patron saint of brewers, had a tankard of ale that never ran dry.
“A hangover is the wrath of grapes.” – Anonymous
When at Edgefield, ask where the Five Ladies are. And then figure out what happened to the missing earring…