2126 S.W. Halsey St. Troutdale, OR, 97060
Saturday, September 24, 2022
Live music all day starting at 11am
Free to attend
All ages welcome
Live music all day starting at 11amFree to attendAll ages welcome
Oktoberfest means celebration and beer - so we're serving up tasty German-style specials, plenty of beer, and live music as a backdrop to it all. Plus, the annual plant sale is back!
Plant Sale 11am-6pm * Estate produce, plants, seeds & gifts from the garden
Face painting * 3-6pmBalloon guy * 3-6pm
We make this lager only once each year for our annual celebration - but it's great for drinking anytime or place! Turn up the accordion, pour a pint in the autumn sun, and celebrate harvest season and beer with us.
Edgefield's Oktoberfest and Plant Sale will be in full swing on Saturday, September 24! If you are headed east on 84, be advised that a short stretch will be closed in both directions from Gateway to 122nd. Plan your trip accordingly by taking a different route or simply following the detour.
Red Shed11am-1pm * Falcon Heart1:30-3pm Daystar3:30-5pm * High Deductibles5:30-7:30pm * Old Yellers8-10pm * My Siamese Twin
Music in the Winery5-6:30pm * Billy D7-9pm * Henry Hill Kammerer (of Hillstomp).
Roving3-7pm * Hillwilliams
Soaring, melodic harmonies, and captivating storytelling form the foundation of Falcon Heart's Folk inspired Indie/Rock sound. With influences ranging from Band of Horses and Fleet Foxes to Sublime and Elvis Presley, Falcon Heart expresses love, loss, and lessons learned from the evergreen city of Portland, Oregon.
Falcon Heart was conceived when a Craigslist ad brought musicians and Oregon natives Marcus Glaze and Aaron DeRosso together almost ten years ago. They have been refining their friendship, songwriting, and performance skills through various projects ever since, forming Falcon Heart in 2015 with the addition of bassist Robert Williams and electric violinist Jean Mastaler.
Glaze, a natural born performer, joins his instrumental, vocal, and songwriting talents with those of DeRosso, a meticulous and engaging long-time drummer, singer/songwriter, and recent guitarist. Williams embellishes upon Falcon Heart's melodies with his catchy and intricate bass lines, while Mastaler blends her classical sensibility with her fierce electric violin into the expressive, nuanced, and explosive sound that is Falcon Heart.
Big hooks, big harmonies and echoes are back with Daystar. Based in Portland, Oregon and comprised of seasoned players from across the musical spectrum, Daystar is inspired by Wings, The Faces, Badfinger and basements on hills. Featuring Derek Phillips (Riviera, INDIANHEAD), Joel Roth (The Low Bones, J. Moses and The Ragged Sunday), Kelly Simmons (Man of the Year, Nouveauxfaux, Blue Skies for Black Hearts), Nick Foltz (Truckstop Darlin', Low Light). Daystar will sound familiar, but not derivative.
The first single, "Right at Home" was released in October, 2018 to be followed by a full album in mid-2019.
Acoustic Rock and Reggae.
The Old Yellers began in early 2001 when founding members Michael Berly and Matty V Hartless came together with the goal to write great songs built around vocal harmonies and well crafted stories. The idea was to write songs with a message that could be felt and understood by nearly anyone. They were soon joined by friends Diego Joyeux and Tim Connell and this core group has been playing together in one form or another ever since.
In the years that followed, albums were made, tours were undertaken, fun was had and many great musicians would take their turn coming in and adding to the overall magic. It is difficult to label them any one thing, because at times they have seemed more Rock and Roll, or Alt-Country, or Americana, or Folk Rock, but there is and always has been, a consistency, a uniqueness, something special, that has woven itself throughout the path they have traveled. Whether you call them The Old Yellers or The Yellers, they are are at heart, an American band, writing and performing their own original music, that above all, strives to evolve the consciousness of the global community and generate a real revolution of spirit.
The Bands powerhouse core has been blessed to surround themselves with a cast of stellar musicians who have, for nearly 15 years, formed the family band that is The Old Yellers. The band defies the limits of categorization into a single genre and can take a crowd on a seamless journey from raucous country honky tonk, to tender heartfelt ballads, past a potential Irish jig and back to the cornerstone of rock and roll all in the span of just a few songs. Yeller music is an eclectic blend of rollicking good time songs that win crowds over again and again.
My Siamese Twin is a
Portland based band that plays songs by your favorite alternative bands of the
80's. Bands such as The Smiths/Morrissey, The Cure, New Order, Echo & the
Bunnymen, The Cult, The Church, Psychedelic Furs, REM, and many more!
A recent "Best New Act" winner, Billy Desmond (Billy D) melds blues, rock, and at times nuances of country to create an "Original Backbeat Roots" style of music that has fueled timeless rock icons like ZZ Top and The Rolling Stones. Billy was born on the south side of Chicago where he grew up surrounded by the Blues, and being a child of the early Rock 'n' Roll era, the two influences blended into a powerful potion. He started playing professionally at teen dances and parties at the age of fourteen. By the age of eighteen, he was sneaking into the blues clubs of Chicago to hear such greats as Muddy Waters, Junior Wells, Buddy Guy, and James Cotton. Over the next ten years, he would work as a guitarist for Junior Wells, Big Time Sarah, and Detroit Junior.
In the mid '70s, he formed his first band, Skid City Blues Band, which featured Billy as singer, guitarist, and songwriter. After fifteen years of touring the midwest, Billy moved to Los Angeles in 1988. He spent that year studying with Blues great Tony Matthews, guitarist for Little Richard and Ray Charles and spent half of the next year playing behind, Don "Sugar Cane" Harris, perhaps the world's greatest blues violinist. Los Angeles is where he truly started focusing on writing his own material.
In the mid '90s, Billy moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico and began playing his original songs at local clubs and concerts to great acclaim. Within the next year, Billy D and the Hoodoos had formed. In August of 2002, with the help of some of the best musicians in New Mexico, he released his first CD, Tales From Hollywood (Real and Imagined). In 2003, She's The One from his first release was voted the number one song by a regional artist, at KTAO,the world's largest solar powered radio station. KTAO hosted the Annual Solar Fest in New Mexico where Billy D and the HooDoos appeared that year, opening for Los Lonely Boys and Robert Cray.
After his second CD, Rokdablu!, and several more successful years in New Mexico, Billy left the Southwest for the Northwest, arriving in Oregon around Christmas 2009. He released his newest CD "Somethin's Wrong," which was embraced by the Portland music community and received outstanding reviews.
So long as this life keeps lifin'...I'll keep rockin' --Billy D.
"Ain't nothin' wrong with Somethin's Wrong...this fine collection alternates between soulful blues ballads ("Somethin's Wrong," "Blue," and "Love Makes You Cry") and gritty slide guitar rave-ups such as the Thorogoodesque "50," and the stomper, "Crazy Little Dancin' Queen." --P. Vaughn Shaver, The Oregon Music News
"Many of the songs draw upon that gut-bucket punch that makes your body want to groove ("Crazy Little Dancin' Queen," "Charlene"), ballads that can make you tear up, ("Blue," "Love Makes You Cry"), swampy-sounding slide ("50"), or numbers that could easily cross over and find favor between blues and rock genres ("Miss The Love," "Save My Life"). --Greg Johnson, president of the Cascade Blues Association in Blues Notes
"The blues are steeped in tradition and, in many cases, arbitrary song structure. Rarely do blues-types successfully deviate from the formula with original material. But Billy D (Billy Desmond) not only pulls it off, but may have unknowingly created his own genre." --Archer, Production DIrector, KINK.FM
lead singer-guitarist-banjoist of the Portland band Hillstomp, Henry Hill
Kammerer has quite the impressive resume. Extended tours of North America
including Alaska, the UK, and Europe.
Tours with artists like Rev. Horton Heat, Split Lip Rayfield, and
Seasick Steve, and a rabid fan base all over the Western half of the USA. In
his brand new solo project, Henry Hill still plays slide Guitar and Banjo, but
brings more of a singer songwriter sensibility to the performance. Percussion
is handled by foot stomps tambourine and "Magic Beats". The show has been called both
"Danceable", and "Listenable", in reviews. He is primarily
influenced by hangovers, credit card debt, and Hank Williams. It can get a little bloody, but it sure
sounds good. Henry will be releasing his debut record this winter. Make sure to
stay tuned in!
The Hillwilliams are a group of Portland, OR musicians who have come together to celebrate the high lonesome sound and hot picking of traditional Bluegrass.
Brought together initially by admiration for bluegrass masters like Bill Monroe and The Stanley Brothers as well as 1970s bluegrass supergroup Old and in the Way, The Hillwilliams blend three strong vocalists, smoking fiddle, mandolin, guitar, banjo and doghouse bass, into a fun high energy mix, that harkens back to classic bluegrass, while exploring an exciting sound of their own. Whether they are playing the best of the traditional bluegrass repertoire, or playing their own original bluegrass songs, their shows are fun, high energy events that leave audiences asking for more.
The Hillwilliams' first album of original material, "Hill Yeah!", was released in February of 2015.
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