Sunday, September 29, 2019

Toledo Kesch

Marianne Flemming

White Eagle Saloon & Hotel - White Eagle Saloon

7 p.m.

$10 in advance, $10 day of show

21 and over

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About Toledo Kesch

Tasty, swampy blues

Toledo Kesch

Portland, Ore. is home to Toledo Kesch. Based in the blues, their sound can best be described as rock-n-roll nuanced with southern flavors and a Northwest edge. Together for over 20 years, they’ve developed a sound that is at once familiar yet grooves with original rhythms and percussive sounds reminiscent of bands such as Little Feat, Steely Dan and the E-Street Band. Tasty guitar, swampy keyboard solos, full vocal harmonies and an always with solid rhythmic underpinnings make that notorious flavah come alive. Their distinct sound is on display in their two most recent records For The Money and their self-titled Toledo Kesch. Songs such as the groovin' "Slow Down Jeffrey," the soulful "Always Be Mine," the country western tinged "Dangerous" and Brazilian street party "That Thang" are all available on iTunes, CDBaby and from the smiley person at the merch table at their gigs.

TK is sought after for private events, as well at various venues in the Portland area including Secret Society, Duff’s Garage, Trails End and The Tilicum. The guys have also performed for the Local Roots Live Series which was recorded and aired on Salem's KMUZ community radio.

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They also filmed a live performance at CCTV, which was aired in both Salem and Portland, Ore.

Website:
http://www.toledokesch.com

About Marianne Flemming

Hippy chick blues

Marianne Flemming

Originally from south Florida, Flemming has been a professional musician for more than 30 years winning numerous songwriting and "Best of" awards for her jazzy, bluesy sound. Marianne is known as a fine singer, composer and guitarist. She has opened for many national acts including Donavon, Taj Mahal and Roger McGuinn of the Byrds. Marianne has toured the United States, Europe and the Caribbean.

From The Bluebird Café in Nashville, to The Bitter End in New York and Seattle's Folk Life stage, Marianne has appeared on many stages across the country. Her recorded music has been played on radio stations around the world.
After spending 10 years in Madison Wisconsin, Marianne added family and children to her proudest of accomplishments. Currently, residing in SW Washington, Marianne balances her day job as a special education teacher, mother to two teenagers and music obsession with mostly a smile.

 

Website:
http://www.marianneflemmingmusic.com/