5736 N.E. 33rd Ave. / Portland, OR, 97211
Saturday, November 11, 2017
All ages welcome
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All dayAll ages welcome
It's another magical birthday for the Kennedy School-and you're invited to the party!
Brewery Tours from noon 'til 5 p.m.plus a Passport Discovery Hunt & Special Birthday Stamp!Live Music
Uncle B & Auntie E & J-DOG from noon 'til 1:30 p.m.We Three from 2 p.m. 'til 4 p.m.Jonathan Warren & The Billy Goats from 4:30 p.m. 'til 6:30 p.m.Gerle Haggard Band from 7 p.m. 'til 10 p.m.
Gerle Haggard Band is a seven-piece, all-female tribute that brings the best of Merle Haggard's timeless music to audiences who have been loving songs like Mama Tried, Misery and Gin and Working Man Blues for nearly five decades as well as introducing these and many more classics to a whole new audience.
Founding member Maria Callahan had a dream one night that she was in an all-female Merle Haggard tribute band called Gerle Haggard. She woke herself up laughing and decided she had to put it together.
Callahan remarks: "The best thing about playing Merle's music is that his songs continue to stay relevant . . . the hardest thing is trying to decide which of his hundreds of songs to work on next!"
Progressive PsychoBilly Folk Grass. What is it? It's a goat chewing on a can, it's a cat scratching at your door, its foot stomping music that makes you want to drink a beer and eat a biscuit. It's music that makes you jump up and down, and wake up humming in the morning. It's tunes that stick in your bones like peach cobbler. It's new timey, post retro, pre apocolyptic, south appalachian, gypsy folk rock.
We are three siblings; two brothers and a sister born and raised in Mcminnville Oregon. With music in our bones, we bring a style that's all our own consisting of pop, folk, and singer songwriter. We choose to live in the moment and our music tells our story. A story of joy and perseverance in all the ups and downs of life. We hope our music will inspire and insight hope into all who listen.
Auntie-E, Uncle-B, and J-Dog lived with friends and animals on their farm in Montana where they grew fruits and vegetables (eat them every day!) One day J-Dog told Uncle-B and Auntie-E about growing up on a farm in Oregon and hearing stories about a magical, musical instrument tree in that silly place. When winter came, Auntie-E, Uncle-B and J-Dog decided to close up the farm in Montana and head west to gather some instruments up from the tree. They settled in Portland, OR where one of them teaches music in an elementary school, one of them is a scientist, and one of them is a professional musician and sells things. Sometimes they go back to visit their friends and animals on the farm in Montana and write songs around the campfire.
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