836 N. Russell St. Portland, OR, 97227
Wednesday, April 15, 2020
White Eagle Saloon & Hotel - White Eagle Saloon
$8 advance, $8 day of show
21 and over
8 pm$8 advance, $8 day of show21 and over
Indie rock and progressive funk-pop coalesce in the sounds of Dallas David Ochoa. A Texas-born singer-songwriter, Dallas has thrived in big city music scenes including Denver, Vegas, and Portland. He has performed in a number of songwriter showcases and festivals around the country with his unique ear-catching style of funky indie rock. Dallas' original music definitely bends the traditional idea of what it means to be a singer-songwriter.
His music has been showcased on NBC, 99.1 FM - Portland Radio Project, 90.3 FM - Freeform Portland, Radio Hot Tub, and many internet and college stations across the globe.
Rhythm DeLucco is a multi-instrumentalist bluesman from Portland, Oregon.He began playing drums and making people laugh at the age of seven.From the age of nineteen to 28, Rhythm was a musical hermit, learning various instruments.After a spiritual moment with a comedian, Rhythm was called back into the world.
No longer a hermit, he began sharing his original music, and also returned to comedy.Living in South East Portland, Rhythm now waters all the plants of his garden, not just musical.Whether it's cracking open a book, or cracking a joke, he loves playing with ideas.
Rhythm DeLucco blends electrifying guitar lines and heartfelt vocals.A musical philosopher of sorts, he inspires and entertains with sincere improvisation.
Bobby grew up in the suburbs of Dallas, Texas. His first musical experiences were as an oboist, an instrument he pursued passionately throughout the course of his high school career. At age 16 he began playing electric bass, and begun sincere forays into songwriting beginning at 18. It wasn't until his 23rd birthday that Musgrave first came into possession of a 6 string guitar, but he's been playing and writing incessantly since then.Musgrave is an acoustic singer-songwriter, but also produces electronic music and hip-hop. He aims to playfully approach music and composition from as broad a perspective as possible, combining unexpected influences in the name of exploring unknown musical spaces. Defying his own understanding of his musical identity is often a primary force in driving his creative projects and their direction. His most recent album Dead (An Unlive Album) is a collection of pieces which are rarely if ever performed live and is available now on most digital music services.
A solo acoustic instrumental guitarist, originally from the Bay Area who’s style is inspired by Andy McKee and Mike Dawes.
“I’m continually amazed at the way music is alive in this city. Portland has helped me fall back in love with music in a while new way. Playing and writing music completes and restores me, something I hope I can share.”
Hawley recently finished his first ever, (mostly) home recorded and self-produced solo EP titledRoots.
“Working on this project, writing these songs has been part of a much larger journey of growth and reflection. To me, It represents being true to myself and establishing new roots,” Hawley said.
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