Melody Pie Trio Neo-Traditional Folk • Roots • Music Melody Pie Trio is fiddler Kevin Craven, cellist Beth Brown and singer-songwriter Ralph Penunuri – in melodious neo-traditional folkroots conversation. Playing an eclectic variety of original and traditional stylings, MPT free-ranges from … Continue reading →
7:30 Revel’n Evelyn Idzerda and Ron Snyder create some wonderful sounds with sweet singing and hot guitar picking. 8:30 River Rocks Laurie Childers, Mina Carson, Bill Veley, and Michael Everett combine to be one of our areas finest groups. Great … Continue reading →
Corvallis Guitar Society The goal of the Corvallis Guitar Society is to act as a catalyst to bring local guitarists out of the woodwork and provide an opportunity to perform and enjoy guitar music in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. … Continue reading →
Heron Valley Heron Valley are an energetic, young traditional band from Scotland who have serious enthusiasm for the music they play. Their roots lie in Scottish and Irish traditional music, while taking influence from various Folk, Country and Bluegrass styles. … Continue reading →
The BFD Betsey Branch – fiddle Fran Slefer – button accordian Dan Compton – guitar The BFD plays for a contra dance about every other month at Fulton Community Center in Portland. Betsy is a versatile musician who loves to … Continue reading →
Birch Pereira and the Gin Joints A staple of the Seattle music scene, the Gin Joints delight audiences with their western-tinged Americana and jazz originals along with modern interpretations of old blues, swing and even early rock’n’roll tunes. Born out … Continue reading →
First and Third Sundays We will mix Balkan, Israeli and other folk dances each week, with occasional live music from Balkan, Israeli and other traditions. Watch the calendar for announcements about special dances, but just come to each dance and … Continue reading →
Song Circle Share a song, lead a song, request a song, or listen as we go round the circle. Song Circle is free and open to all who wish to participate. Bring your own instrument, borrow one, or just sing.