700 N.W. Bond Street Bend, OR, 97703
Sunday, December 31, 2023
Old St. Francis School
Live music doors at 8pm, show at 9pm
$25 advance $30 day of show, one ticket gets access to both shows
21 and over
Live music doors at 8pm, show at 9pm$25 advance $30 day of show, one ticket gets access to both shows21 and over
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Father Luke's RoomHasbensTravis Ehrenstrom BandThe Mostest
TheaterScott Pemberton O Theory
Scott Pemberton's sound is much like the vibe of his native Portland: freaky, fun and just the right amount of weird. The best way to categorize his music is with the moniker "Timber Rock". Scott naturally applies his own lens/stamp to the sounds of the Pacific North West, the region he has always called home. The deep jazz, NW rock/grunge, blues roots and the west coast funk. It's all there, and often all in the same song. Listeners are finding this honest, original and to-the-point music refreshing and fun.
The mastery of his guitar playing combined with the fun recklessness of his songwriting show that the rules of songwriting and playing the guitar no longer exist for him. Scott plays with the uninhibited joy and intensity of someone who recognizes that every time we make music is an honor and a gift.
The Hasbens (the band that has Bens) is a funky four-piece Jam Band from Upstate New York featuring Ben Sparks (Rhythm Guitar), Sam Ralbovsky (Lead Guitar), Ben Thompson (Bass), and Sam Gibney (Drums).
Pulling from diverse musical backgrounds, the group makes it a priority to blend styles in a manner that will keep any crowd dancing and the energy high. With a diverse catalogue of distinctive originals and familiar covers, The Hasbens will keep your attention locked and your body groovin!
Travis Ehrenstrom was lucky enough to grow up a traditional, small-town American kid in rural Central Oregon. As he reached middle school, music replaced sports as his dreams took on a new tone. At an early age, Travis developed a songwriting style based around songwriters Paul Simon, Jackson Browne, Bob Dylan, and other folk heroes. From there, Travis wasted no time in creating his own sound and developing himself as an artist.
Travis taught himself to play the guitar at age 14 and began writing songs a couple of years later. While still in high school, Travis started his first band, National Theater Project, and began to gig around Oregon. Travis's music was well-received by the creative and encouraging environment into which he was born. Upon graduating from high school, Travis rounded up some talented friends and headed to Santa Cruz's Ridgetop Sound Studios to record his first album, Somewhere in Between, produced by Brent Alan.
That year, Travis added to his musical resume by opening for the Blind Boys of Alabama at the Les Schwab Amphitheater in Bend, Oregon. He also performed at Connor Byrne and Q Cafe in Seattle, Washington, the Santa Monica Pier Folk Festival in California, and at North Park University in Chicago, Illinois.
A short stint at Portland State University only solidified Travis's musical desire as he dropped out of college to pursue music as a full-time career. Travis toured nationally as a solo artist before joining Noah Gundersen and the Courage. The Courage toured nationally as well, opening for such acts as Josh Ritter and Kimya Dawson. 2011 saw The Courage break up and Travis move back to Central Oregon.
Two years later, in 2013, Travis successfully funded a Kickstarter campaign for his album, Remain A Mystery. The self-produced album took nine months to record under the watchful eye of co-producer, Keith Banning. As a result of their perfectionism, the album was selected as a top-10 album of the year by the Bend Bulletin.
After taking time away from music in 2015, Ehrenstrom returned in 2017 with a new six-piece band (TEB) that focused more on a jam/fusion-style sound. In 2018 TEB toured the Pacific Northwest, highlighted by inclusion at the 4 Peaks Music Festival.
The summer of 2018 brought TEB's first studio release Something on the Surface. The album was released to much critical acclaim and was selected as a top release of the year by multiple media outlets.
In late 2018 Ehrenstrom teamed up with producer Casey Parnell to record the Northwest Americana EP. Recorded at Keith Banning's Grange Studio, Northwest Americana was a collection of songs inspired by early Americana music and the folk tradition.
In 2019, Ehrenstrom announced a new creative arts project with his wife (Courtney Bruguier) titled "Our Creative States." The couple traveled across the United States as Ehrenstrom wrote, recorded, and released songs from every state they visited. In addition, Ehrenstrom contributed a lifestyle column for the Bend Bulletin, documenting the couple's travels through the US and the meaning behind each state song.
The Mostest is a collective of musicians from Bend, Oregon, fronted by singer-songwriter Mark Ransom and bassist-producer Patrick Pearsall. Cultivating guitar-driven, "heavy Americana" from seeds of Southern rock, San Franciscan psychedelia, classic soul, and jazz, The Mostest's sound emerged in an effort to fulfill its mission: "Serve the music." Now celebrating the performance of 1000 live shows, and the release of their fourth album, Teleport People, this Bend, Oregon, original has grown up from aprés-ski roots at home and on the road.
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