Saturday, June 18, 2022

It’s a Hootenanny!

White Eagle Saloon & Hotel - White Eagle Hotel



All ages welcome; 21+ after 8pm

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About It’s a Hootenanny!

It’s a Hootenanny!

Jenny Don't and the Spurs headlines a day full of music at the White Eagle - we're not called a "rock ‘n' roll hotel" for nothing. Join us for killer shows, beer (plus a special one brewed just for the Hootenany), cider, brats and Terminator chili on the parking lot and patio.

Live Music

Jenny Don't & the Spurs
Portland Country Underground with special guest Taylor Kingman
Bad Assets
Rich Layton and Tough Town

About Jenny Don't & the Spurs

Roots Country

Jenny Don't & the Spurs

If you have a love for old classic country artists such as Hank Williams Patsy Cline and Wanda Jackson then you might have a soft spot for this Portland band. Jenny Don't sings from the heart and Sam, Kelly, and Christopher play like there is no tomorrow. Jenny Don’t And The Spurs features Jenny Connors guitar and vocals, Christopher March on lead guitar and lap steel with Kelly Halliburton (Pierced Arrows, Dead Moon) bass and Sam Henry (The Wipers) on drums.






About Portland Country Underground


Portland Country Underground

Portland Country Underground, an impressive local supergroup of sorts, featuring Lewi Longmire, WC Beck, David Lipkind (harmonica wailer extraordinaire of I Can Lick Any Sonofabitch in the House), pedal-steel player Scott Hay and more. Their sets are barnyard sing-alongs and boot-heeled stompers, usually, if not completely, of the mildly obscure cover variety. That's when they're not playing more well-known country tunes like Dwight Yoakam's "Guitars and Cadillacs." Either way, their expert interplay and multi-talented groundwork is a goddamn hoot to behold.


About Taylor Kingman

rockin' folk

Taylor Kingman

Taylor Kingman sits singularly as a standup example of the duality of man. Heavy metal flower petal, he's a little bit country and a little bit rock 'n roll, freely selling you a beautiful mess as both a loyal pack member of The Hill Dogs and a lone wolf solo performer.

About Quattlebaum

Quattlebaum Quattlebaum, Southern Gent and Banjo Slinger, brings more to the table than just music. With his infectious smile and weird antics, he brings people together; encouraging camaraderie and building community. The singer-songwriter, currently based in Portland, Oregon, tours the country picking and strumming indie-folk songs that are spacious and emotive, and have an implicit groove. When he plays, you can hear the reverberations of the rustic mountains clashing with the breezy ocean. Like a willowy heron, Quattlebaum struts around on stage as the music moves through him, evoking a range of emotions from laughter to longing. He shares tender moments, where one can almost hear his banjo breathing, then erupts into raucous peaks of unbridled energy—his captivating solo performances take his audiences on a ride.

About Bad Assets


Bad Assets

Bad Assets play whiskey-soaked country-rock. Playing mostly original songs, the Bad Assets have been together for a couple of years, rocking out Portland and the Greater Northwest. They offer an exciting live show complete with hot rod stunt guitar, a pro-alcohol environment, and, their biggest schtick, a singing bass player. Don't let the ghosts scare you off, come see Bad Assets every first Thursday at the Historic White Eagle.


About Rich Layton & Tough Town

Swampadelic soundtrack

Rich Layton & Tough Town

Rich Layton & Tough Town are keepers of the flame for American roots music. It's high octane swamp rock, country, rockabilly and the honky tonk blues echoing from an East Texas roadhouse. The band has a signature sound that sits right alongside such eclectic artists as Marty Stuart, Shooter Jennings and Lukas Nelson. Each set takes audiences for a ride from Sun Studios to Chess Records, and Muscle Shoals to Bakersfield. Rich's original songs fit seamlessly into the mix, weaving his Gulf Coast roots through tales of rock and roll redemption, harmonica-fueled and swampified.

Together over a decade now, the band has released three albums and performs at major festivals and showcase clubs throughout the Northwest.  Each year, Rich joins Lyle Lovett as a special guest when Lyle tours the NW. Rich also has played on Portland tour stops by his long-time friends Lucinda Williams, Buckwheat Zydeco (R.I.P.), Dale Watson and many more.