Friday, April 17, 2020

Kalama Harbor Lodge 2nd Birthday


Howlin' Waters

Common Hours

Andy Coe Band

Kalama Harbor Lodge

All day


All ages welcome

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About Kalama Harbor Lodge 2nd Birthday

Kalama Harbor Lodge 2nd Birthday

Believe it or not, we’re turning 2! Celebrate with us at our party…there will be beer, Discovery Hunt, and a Passport stamp…

Live Music

Kalama Lounge

Common Hours – Singer-songwriter • 5 - 7 pm

Howin' Waters – Roots, blues & rock n' roll • 7:30 - 10 pm

Old 97 Room

Andy Coe Band – Psychedelic Jam Rock • 5 - 7 pm

SheHaw – Countrified ensemble • 7:30 - 10 pm

About SheHaw

Countrified ensemble


SheHaw is a countrified ensemble featuring Belinda Underwood, Lindsie Feathers, Aarun Carter and Nancy King. Underwood is a lifelong musician and dancer who brings elements of the world’s folk art traditions together with her own Western training and luscious soul-creation. Feathers has roots that go back to Illinois, where she grew up, and Chicago, where she cut her teeth playing live music. She’s gone from playing rock ‘n roll to roots and Americana influences. Feathers’s latest album Neon Renaissance was recorded with Adam Selzer at Type Foundry (Ural Thomas & The Pain, Peter Buck, Sallie Ford). Carter is a 2019 fiddle champion and has shared the stage with many noteworthy performers such as Floyd Domino (Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard), Lonestar and others. King is the queen of the Portland jazz scene and is known for her masterful scatting and elastic range. King has performed in worldwide tours and recordings, collaborating with such artists as Jon Hendricks, Vince Guaraldi, Ralph Towner and others. Together they make SheHaw, guaranteed to entertain!

About Howlin' Waters

Roots, blues & rock n' roll

Howlin' Waters

Bio coming soon...

About Common Hours


Common Hours

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, Ore., authentically captures their unique and budding sound.




About Andy Coe Band

Psychedelic Jam Rock

Andy Coe Band

Originally formed to pay tribute to guitar hero and folk legend Jerry Garcia, the Andy Coe Band has evolved into the liveliest psychedelic jam band to come out of the Pacific Northwest in years. Andy Coe is a renowned Seattle based guitarist who has played and toured in many bands over the last 20 years and has performed alongside a diverse group of musicians including Jimmy Page, Norah Jones, Paul Rogers and Ravi Coltrane to name a few. Andy is joined by a stellar lineup of coveted Northwest musicians including Gary Palmer on keys, Chris Jones on bass and Scott Goodwin on drums.

The Andy Coe Band has held a weekly Monday night residence at Seattle's historic Blue Moon Tavern since 2014, which has grown into one of the best weekly music hangs that Seattle has to offer. Along with regular Blue Moon shows, the Andy Coe Band has hosted an annual Jerry Garcia Celebration since 2005 which includes packed shows in Seattle, Portland, Olympia and Bellingham among others. In addition, the Andy Coe Band has been regularly touring down the West Coast for the last two years and made our highly successful Colorado debut in the fall of 2016.