10000 N.W. Old Cornelius Pass Rd. Hillsboro, OR, 97124
Monday, November 11, 2019
Local Roots Presents
Rock Creek Tavern
All ages welcome
7 pmFreeAll ages welcome
Stormy Monday no more! Kick your week off with us as we surrender the stage to a notable regional talent for an entire month of Mondays, who in turn invites a different special guest every week. The alchemy between artists results in a string of intimate, sometimes insightful, sometimes powerful, and always entertaining nights of incredible music. These are the best thing to happen to Mondays for a long time ... join us, and remember: there's never a cover at Rock Creek Tavern!
Jessa Campbell is a rising female songstress making waves in the Portland, OR music scene. She has toured the world singing with Wayne Newton, performing as a singer on Holland America Line Cruises, working with international theatre companies and with a traveling arts production of the Carnival de Resistance. Her experiences have left her with the desire to root down and create a home base where she and her partner raise their family a birth their touring music and skills cooperative: SEAD. Jessa recently released her first EP "Great Grey Owl", drawing from experiences living in this bioregion and from Hildegard Von Bingen's musical compositions that she fused with her original work. One of the single's off this EP, "Great Grey Owl" was recently was chosen as a "Homemade Jams" contest winner by Resonate Choral Arts of Portland to be and performed by their choir for their Fall 2017 season. Watch for a new music video "Cedar" for one of the songs off the new EP. Jessa is currently writing and recording new music with 5 time Grammy-nominated and 28 time Dove-nominated Producer Billy Smiley out of Dark Horse Recording Studios in Nashville, TN. She's also hosting a monthly series every 3rd Wednesday at the White Eagle with Local Roots with the intent of creating all-age spaces for musicians who are parents. Bring your kids along, as her son Cedar will be there every month.
NYC native David Pollack combines influences such as Weezer, Death Cab For Cutie and Jenny Lewis to create a soulful and melodically accessible sound.
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