10000 N.W. Old Cornelius Pass Rd. / Hillsboro, OR, 97124
Saturday, August 3, 2019
Rock Creek Tavern
All ages welcome
All dayFreeAll ages welcome
Come celebrate this country gem with great food and drink specials, live music and more!
E and Uncle B and J Dog • NoonTBD • 3 - 6 pmThe Old Yellers • 8 - 11 pm
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.
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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