310 N.E. Evans Street McMinnville, OR, 97128
Tuesday, March 17, 2020
All day; live music 7 - 10 pm
All ages welcome
All day; live music 7 - 10 pmFree admissionAll ages welcome
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Bottles of Devils Bit can be purchased to-go at the following locations.
Mattie's RoomChris Baron & The Avett Others • 7 - 10 pm
Cellar BarShane Brown • 7 - 10 pm
Friends new and old, I'm still here. Making noise, learning, loving, and only using my powers for good.
The music he creates is americana freefall folk...X-factor swagger. He travels solo with a kick drum and guitar, or with an accompanist if the timing is right.
All about habits. As of January 2019, a new music video is out.
The songs regard a variety of Life-in-the-USA things, some of import, most with an emphasis on lively and fun. For those happy enough to hear it. The studio sessions are layered, creative, and compellingly self-produced. The live performance, especially solo, is the charm.
In addition to past collaborations with cool bands, there are four solo albums:
Searchlights In Mexico (2008) ;
Light Up The Sky (2014) ;
Relics '16-17 ;
The 2019 album focuses on hard-helpin' lyrics from a hard-pickin' troubadour. Portland band the Avett Others has been backing him up at a few local shows. Paul Prato (from iconic Portland band Tin Silver) has been bringing some original jazzy bass as of fall 2018. Chris really likes performing with
Megan and Chris, and The Baron Ward. Contemporary bands he is most excited about:
Punch Brothers. Avett Brothers. Tk & the Holy Know-Nothings. Floater.
Portland songwriter Dan Weber says "...Chris' live show exudes thewonderment and enthusiasm of an artist drawing an authenticconnection with his audience...feeding off that raw live energy...herocks out and storytells the way Wilco and The Avett Brothers have sosuccessfully done..."
Austin songwriter and family man Jake Riggs declares "...It's not hardto tell that Baron was born to perform. From the solemn to the goofy,sentimental to grateful, his mannerisms and charisma effortlesslytransition between the songs and the mood of the room. 'How canChris be in all moods at all times?' you have asked many times. It tookthousands of hours of stage time, thousands of gallons of beer andmore heartbreak than the average human can endure. So go see ChrisBaron live. He'll be the long-haired, tall approachable guy holding theguitar...and chances are he'll be smiling..."
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