Friday, May 4, 2018

Bad Assets

Stars of Cascadia

Soul Progression

White Eagle Saloon & Hotel - White Eagle Saloon

9 p.m.

$8 in advance, $8 day of show

21 and over

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About Bad Assets

Bad Assets

Bad Assets play whiskey-soaked country-rock. Playing mostly original songs, the Bad Assets have been together for a couple of years, rocking out Portland and the Greater Northwest. They offer an exciting live show complete with hot rod stunt guitar, a pro-alcohol environment, and, their biggest schtick, a singing bass player. Don't let the ghosts scare you off, come see Bad Assets every first Thursday at the Historic White Eagle.

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http://myspace.com/thebadassetspdx

About Stars of Cascadia

Stars of Cascadia

Stars of Cascadia is an alt-country band from Portland. Their debut album Riverside Skyline is straight out of Laurel Canyon and Bakersfield, bursting with melodic hooks and compelling harmonies while exploring themes of reminscence and loss, small town struggles, and the duality of seasons. The group is led by singer/guitarists Scott Jeffries and Ray Yurkewycz, who began exploring their country sound as members of Spirit Lake. Where that band colored Scott's songs with their typical psychedelic bombast, Stars of Cascadia fully embraces those Americana stylings, joining latter-day revivalists such as Ryan Adams, Jason Isbell, and Sturgill Simpson as spiritual heirs to Gram Parsons, the Byrds, and Neil Young.

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About Soul Progression

Soul Progression

Are you ready for your Soul Progression?

Soul Progression is born of Portland's unbound music scene, charming audiences with its provocative sound at eminent Portland venues.

The band is comprised of five "Soulies" who lay down A musical fusion of soul, pop, blues, acoustic and funk: K'lyn Bain (lead vocals), Brian "B.B." Bays (lead guitar & vocalist), Timothy James (bassr & vocals), Dave Kelsay (drums), and with guest appearance by Vanessa Rodgers (backup vocals).

Soul Progression shares its essence and soulful acoustics on their 2013 self-titled EP recorded at Sound Lab and Golden Iris Studios. True to its name Soul Progression has appeared at multiple Cancer Foundation and other benefit shows.

 

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