Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Hillstomp at CEBU Jan. 17
Friday, Jan. 17: Hillstomp 9:30 p.m. – DIY Hill Country Blues Stomp
Portland Oregon junkbox blues duo Hillstomp is infamous for digging through the dumps and forgotten backwoods of American music, recycling traditional elements into a refreshing and distinctive brand of do-it-yourself hill country blues stomp. North Mississippi trance blues, a bit of Appalachia, and a dash of punkabilly come clanging and tumbling from assorted buckets, cans and BBQ lids, all drenched in rambunctious slide guitar. Somehow it works.
Saturday, Jan. 18: Brothers and Sister 9:30 p.m. – All-Star Allman Bros (circa 1971) Tribute Band
Brothers and Sister is an Allman Brothers tribute band. Performances are centered around recreating the seminal 1970s album “Live at Fillmore East,” with an assortment of other Allman Brothers favorites mixed in as well. Members include: Lewi Longmire (guitar, vocals), Tim Huggins (bass), Matt Cadenelli (drums, vocals), Anita Robinson (guitar), Steve Kerin (keys, vocals), Ryan Spellman (drums). Plus special guests David Lipkind (harmonica) and vocalists Kris Stuart and Joe McMurrian. Best Western Hood River Inn, 1108 E. Marina Way; 541-386-2200.
‘Lynching of Emmett Till’ screens Jan. 22 at arts center
Columbia Center for the Arts presents the Mt. Hood Independent Film Series film, “Dar He: The Lynching of Emmett Till.” This is a riveting true-crime drama and winner of eight-best film awards.
In 1955, a 14-year-old black Chicago youth traveled to the Mississippi Delta with country kinfolk and southern cooking on his mind. He walked off the train and into a world he could never understand — a world of thick color lines, of hard-held class systems and unspeakable taboos. Young Emmett crossed that line and stepped into his gruesome fate by whistling at a white woman. This riveting play chronicles the murder, trial and unbelievable confession of the men accused of Till's lynching.
Film begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $5 at the door, this film has not been rated. Runtime: 70 minutes. Columbia Center for the Arts is located at 215 Cascade Ave. in downtown Hood River.
Columbia River Gorge Songwriter Summit Jan. 31
Columbia Center for the Arts proudly presents the Columbia River Gorge Songwriter Summit, a night of tunes, tales and lies with Lincoln Crockett, Matt Mesa and Dan Weber. Join in for three of the finest songwriters the Gorge has to offer in an intimate, listening atmosphere. Friday, Jan. 31, 7:30 p.m. Tickets $10, available online at columbiaarts.org, at Columbia Center for the Arts and at the door.
Weekend of House Concerts
Put Jan. 25 and 26 on your calendar as two acts in two nights play the Hood River house concert series. Music starts at 7 p.m. at 401 Montello Ave., Hood River. Shows benefits the Mid-Columbia Folklore Society and donations are accepted at the door. For more information call Paul Blackburn at 541-387-4011.
Saturday, Jan. 25: “Avery Hill is an emerging singer-songwriter and has a memorable, lilting voice and is already penning songs that could someday be classics. She is an extraordinary young talent.” “Fare Thee Well” is the title of her six-song EP, recorded at Medicine Whistle Studio in Portland.
Sunday, Jan. 26: “Sourdough Slim, aka Rick Crowder, is a well-traveled, one-man Western extravaganza and a veteran of stages ranging from The National Cowboy Poetry Gathering to The Lincoln Center's Roots of American Music Festival and the Carnegie Hall Folk Festival. His fast-paced stage show finds him crooning Western classics, playing accordion, guitar and harmonica, dancing a jig, twirling a lariat, dishing out hilarious comedic sketches and letting loose with some absolutely mind-boggling yodeling.”
More at sourdoughslim.com.
‘Jazz Etc’ at White Buffalo
The Jazz Etcetera Quartet with John Bryan, Dianna Lysgaard, Alan Taylor and Mike Stillman will play music at White Buffalo Wines during the free wine tasting event on Thursday, Jan. 16. Wine tasting starts at 5:30 p.m., music starts at 6 p.m. White Buffalo Wines, 4040 Westcliff Drive, Hood River; 541-386-5534.
Kit Garoutte at The Pines
Don’t miss guitar and vocals by Kit Garoutte at The Pines Tasting Room — jazz, pop, classical, blues, R&B, folk, funk, rock, new acoustic — an eclectic, finger-pickin’ mix you won’t want to miss. Thursday, Jan. 16, from 7-9 p.m. On Thursday, Jan. 23, from 7-9 p.m., it’s a special show from Brian Oberlin. Brian Oberlin is an internationally acclaimed mandolin player specializing in swing, bluegrass, and Italian classical as a solo mandolinist and vocalist. The Pines Tasting Room, 202 Cascade Ave., Hood River; 541-993-8301.
‘Garbanzo’ at Double Mountain
Singer-songwriter Alonzo Garbanzo has a solo show at Double Mountain on Thursday, Jan. 16, from 8-10 p.m., playing a mix of originals, roots music, and various eras of pop on 6- and 12-string guitars. Double Mountain Brewery, 8 Fourth St., Hood River; 541-387-0042.
Music Mondays at Solstice
It’s the return of Music Mondays at the new Solstice Wood Fire Cafe in Hood River. Catch live local music every Monday from 7-9 p.m. No cover charge.
Jan. 20: Chic Preston and special guest
Jan. 27: Ryan McAlexander
Solstice Wood Fire Cafe, Hood River Waterfront, 501 Portway Avenue, Hood River; 541-436-0800.
Entertainment listings can be emailed to email@example.com.
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Oil train car being transported by truck
A damaged rail car from the June 3, 2016 oil train derailment and fire is transported from the crash site via truck on I84. Enlarge