Tuesday, May 14, 2013
‘Liberty Bond’ at Solera May 17
This week at Solera Brewery:
Thursday, May 16, 7-9 p.m. — Don’t miss the 2013 Reunion Tour of the Flying Garbanzo Brothers. Come see what musical escapades this local trio has been up to.
Friday, May 17, 6-8 p.m. — Pan-fried, ghost town, jug stomp blues — for over two years the Liberty Bond Jug Band has been bringing its music to audiences all over the Gorge and beyond. The Liberty Bond Jug Band is the hardest working Jug Band in The Gorge. You're bound to hear a mix of vintage guitars, mandolin, fiddle, percussion, washboard, bass, kazoo, harmonica, bells, whistles and yes, the jug, on any given night. Solera Brewery, 4945 Baseline Dr., Parkdale; 541-352-5500.
Jazz Goldstars at Gallery 301
On Friday, May 17, it’s the Hood River Goldstars at the Gallery 301 in Hood River. Mike Stillman will be herding the cats, join them for some raucous jazz, starting around 5 p.m. The Gallery 301 corner of Oak and Third, 541-436-0218.
‘Coconut Island’ on KZAS
Radio Tierra (KZAS 95.1 FM) announces a brand new radio show “Coconut Island,” with host Ben Bonham.
On the second Sunday of each month, from 6-7 p.m., Bonham will be hosting an hour long radio show featuring a local musician and their top seven picks of music that they would take with them, if they were stranded on a desert island.
“We'll listen to each piece of music and talk about why they chose it, what it means to them and why they could not live without it - and maybe play a tune live,” said Bonham.
The next show airs Sunday, June 9. KZAS Radio Tierra - 95.1 in Hood River, 95.9 in Stevenson, and 107.7 in The Dalles.
Brothers Young at CEBU
This week at CEBU Lounge:
Friday, May 17: Lewi Longmire & The Left Coast Roasters, 9:30 p.m. – Roots-Rock All Star Band
Lewi Longmire has built a reputation as Portland's multi-instrumentalist "go-to guy." His band sound finds the connection between the basement feel of The Band, the raspy blue-eyed soul of Joe Cocker, the "without a net" deep space improvisations of the San Francisco Ballrooms, the punk abandon of The Stooges and the quiet contemplation of Neil Young playing solo.
Saturday, May 18: Brothers Young, 9:30 p.m. – Atmospheric Folk Rock. The Brothers Young is a band that features three actual brothers, actually named “Young.” The group, formed by Dustin, Michael and Dillon, often sing in a baritone unison, of world-weariness, caution and betrayal — sometimes bursting into open-ended Gregorian harmonies. Their EP “Friendly Guest” is available for download on their website. Best Western Hood River Inn, 1108 E. Marina Way; 541-386-2200.
‘Rumblestrips’ screens May 22
Columbia Center for the Arts continues the Mt. Hood Independent Film Series with the film “Rumblestrips” on May 22, at 7:30 p.m.
Broke and emotionally blistered after the death of her husband, Toby turns to a beloved pastime, growing marijuana, to provide for her family. When she is arrested and convicted, she packs up the RV and takes her two young daughters on a road trip while uneasily awaiting sentencing.
This film is not rated, runtime is 85 minutes. Admission is $5. Columbia Arts is located at 215 Cascade Ave. in Hood River. For more information on the film visit www.imdb.com/title/tt2151783/.
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Governor visits Hood River during fire
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown visited Hood River Hotel Thursday morning, Sept. 14, discussing economic impacts of the Eagle Creek fire with local business leaders. Attendees included Sen. Chuck Thomsen, Mayor Paul Blackburn, and business representatives from Celilo Restaurant, Double Mountain Brewery and Cascade Locks' The Renewal Workshop. For updates on the fire, stay tuned at www.hoodrivernews.com. Enlarge