112 N. Tower Ave. / Centralia, WA, 98531
Saturday, April 21, 2018
Olympic Club - Olympic Club Hotel
1 p.m. 'til 11 p.m.
Free: $20 for commemorative glass + 10 tokens
All ages welcome | 21+ to drink | 21+ in the Theater
1 p.m. 'til 11 p.m.Free: $20 for commemorative glass + 10 tokensAll ages welcome | 21+ to drink | 21+ in the Theater
We’re going strong
with our 22nd brewfest – and making it two days for the first time
ever! Join us Friday and Saturday to
sample over 40 handcrafted ales and ciders from McMenamins and guest breweries
& cideries. On this day, we’ll also have a Whiskey Pass to the World from 2
p.m. ‘til 8 p.m., with $4 samples.
Rich Layton and the Troublemakers - 6 p.m. 'til 8 p.m.
Falcon Heart - 9 p.m. 'til 11 p.m.
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.
Rich Layton & The Troublemakers are keepers of the flame for American roots rock, music that blurs the lines between vintage country, rock and blues. With comparisons to such artists as Marty Stuart, Dave Alvin and Sturgill Simpson, the band takes audiences for a ride from Sun Studios to Chess Records, and Muscle Shoals to Bakersfield. Rich's original songs thread seamlessly into the mix, weaving his Gulf Coast roots through tales of rock and roll redemption, harmonica-fueled and swampified. Together a decade now, the band has released two albums, and performs at festivals and events throughout the NW, including the Safeway Waterfront Blues Festival. Each summer, Rich joins Lyle Lovett as a special guest when The Large Band comes to town. Rich also has played on Portland tour stops by his friends Lucinda Williams, Dale Watson and the late Buckwheat Zydeco.
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