836 N. Russell St. / Portland, OR, 97227
Thursday, July 19, 2018
White Eagle Saloon & Hotel - White Eagle Saloon
$8 in advance, $8 day of show
21 and over
8 p.m.$8 in advance, $8 day of show21 and over
Portland-based four-piece Common Hours are an easy listening alternative rock group with a mellow, yet compelling style. The band consisting of Adam Black, Ariel Roxanne Cook, August George, and Dillon VanBuren released their debut EP A Life Worth Living on May 5, 2018. The EP, recorded by J.M. Long at Library Sound Recording in Portland, OR, authentically captures their unique and budding sound.
Bo Baskoro is a singer songwriter from Gresham, Oregon that creates pop music with heavy influence from alternative and indie rock, folk music and his orchestral composition background. While being known locally for much of his lifetime for his talent and passion in performing, he decided in 2013 to spend time in Los Angeles investing in learning the skills to pursue music professionally in his home town. Since his return to Oregon, he had released his first single entitled, "The Woman" From his latest EP "I Keep My Eyes Closed" which gathered unexpected international attention. After "The Woman", His second single from "I Keep My Eyes Closed", "Other Side" received very positive feedback on his taste in searching for his own sound. Bo's latest catalogue "I Keep My Eyes Closed" is a sample of his search for his own identity in sound and soul.
Isabeau Waia'u Walker is a singer/songwriter from
Wailuku, Maui living just outside of Portland, Oregon. Her voice, her
lyrics, her melodies and harmonies are both raw and refined, intimate yet
relatable, memorable and haunting. She shares her original work and process,
along with her favorite covers and collaborations, on YouTube, SoundCloud and
Patreon. She a firm believer in the power of stories shared through song
and aims to address the mind and heart.
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