Open Tues - Fri: 5pm - until | Sat: 4pm - until | Sunday 12pm - until *Hours may vary depending on event schedule*

Joe Kaplow

Joe 432191711989528

A person is made from their moments, like their music is made. I know this is a bio but I shouldn’t have to say much. Listen to the record. If I’ve done my job well, you will know me by the end. Posh, Poodle, Krystal and Toe is the third full length album from Santa Cruz based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Joe Kaplow. Appropriately named after his bandmates’ nicknames, this record is a more cohesive ‘band’ statement than his previous self-recorded work. Most tracks were cut over a five day span, performed live at the OK Theater in Enterprise, OR with engineer Bart Budwig. They were learned and workshopped on the spot, thus capturing very honest, energetic, and ‘fly by the seat of your pants’ moments. The record was mixed underground at Vin Christopher’s studio, Heavy Meadow in Portland, Oregon. Posh, Poodle, Krystal and Toe takes Kaplow’s singularly unique, honest and raw songwriting style and propels it forward with spontaneous collaboration, undeniable rhythm, and sound imagery. The record will be released on 5.17.24 on Fluff and Gravy Records.

Max Gomez

Max 432081711538773

Singer and songwriter Max Gomez grew up in Taos, New Mexico, the son of a Portuguese-Spanish father and an Irish-Scottish mother. He fell under the influence of country blues early on, and then moved to classic modern singer/songwriters like Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, and John Prine, as well as folk-based rockers like Tom Petty and Neil Young, honing his songwriting skills and developing a style that melded all of his influences but was still uniquely his. Gomez released a debut album, the Jeff Trott-produced Rule the World, on New West Records in 2013. After touring steadily following the release of his debut, Gomez paired with producer Jim Scott for the 2017 EP Me & Joe. ~ Steve Leggett, Rovi

Farewell Friend (Album Release Show) with Minor Gold

Farewell 431831710882361

Hailing from the cornfields of Indiana and now residing in the heart of North Carolina,front man and singer/songwriter Tom Troyer’s eclectic style traverses folk, rock, andblues. Farewell Friend’s music resonates with authenticity, vulnerability, and anunwavering commitment to the power of poetic storytelling. Their sound is a delicateavalanche of sonic texture, blending recognizable and distorted folk and Americanaforms to create a truly unique musical experience.Tom’s exceptional talent extends beyond his role as a frontman and songwriter. He cuthis teeth musically by performing with The Collection and contributing multipleinstruments and vocals to the recording of their album “Ars Moriendi.” In 2018, Troyerbegan honing his music engineering skills and founded Black Rabbit Audio, a musicproduction studio in Greensboro, NC. Since then, he has produced over 18 albums,showcasing his technical expertise and ability to bring out the best in his own musicand that of other artists.Troyer’s dedication to both his craft and making a positive impact is evident in hisinvolvement with We Carry Kevan, a non-profit organization focused on raisingawareness about disabilities and promoting creative solutions for accessibility. Throughtheir travels, Troyer has personally carried Kevan Chandler, the organization’sadvocate, to iconic destinations worldwide, breaking barriers and fostering inclusivity.With his multifaceted background, Tom Troyer brings a unique perspective to music andstorytelling. His introspective lyrics and soul-stirring melodies create a powerfulconnection with audiences, exploring themes of identity, resilience, and the humancondition. Farewell Friend’s discography showcases Troyer’s musical journey, from theconceptual exploration of generational stories in his debut album “Lineage” to theautobiographical introspection of “[SAMSON]” and the contemplation of gentrificationin the EP “Glenwood and Gomorrah.”With enchanting soundscapes and thought-provoking narratives, Farewell Friend inviteslisteners on a transcendent musical journey. Tom Troyer’s dedication to his craft as botha musician and a producer shines through in every note, leaving a lasting impact on audiences and fellow artists alike.Minor Gold are the new Australian based, Americana duofeaturing ARIA nominated artists Tracy McNeil & Dan Parsons.Their debut, self-titled album Minor Gold (Out AUG 11, 2023)captures the duo at their finest, weaving masterful harmoniesaround stripped-back, organic arrangements that draw oneverything from 70’s west-coast pop and Bleecker St.steeped folk to the ballad-power and polaroid romance of the80’s. Through this superb collection of songs, Minor Golddisplay a spellbinding musical connection, reflecting thecomfort and ease experienced as the album washes over you.With all three of their debut singles added to national highrotation on ABC Radio’s ‘Double J’ – a 20+ date debut NorthAmerican album tour, with four shows supporting the TeskeyBrothers in the US and Canada, an ‘official showcase’ atAmericanaFEST in September, it is fair to say Minor Goldhave hit the ground running.

Ronnie And The Redwoods and Clay Johnson and The Hard Promises

Ronnie 431201709903779

Ronnie and The Redwoods is a West Texas Americana/Rock band that has broughtdeep and emotional lyrics together with  music rooted in the blues, folk, and countryof the high plains. Honest and earthy, with influences from The White Stripes, Tyler Childers, John Prine, and the Red Dirt scenethat surrounds them, they’ve formed their own interpretation of what happens when you combine Folk, Country, Rock n Roll and Grunge. A little bit of country, a little bit of folk; a little bit of Americana, a little bit of rock; a little bit of all good things southern, but a whole lot heart all around. Much can be said about the over all collage of sounds and influences that Clay Johnson & the Hard Promises have meshed together, but at the end of the day it’s just earnest songs about life, love, and the experiences of growing up and living in Upstate Carolina. The kind of music you put on while cruising the back roads, windows down at golden hour, taking in the sights and sounds of rolling hills and the Piedmont landscape; all wrapped up with their uniquely southern flavor. 

Tommy Scifres + Tim Easton

Tommy 430751709300292

After touring with North Carolina artists Caleb Caudle, House of Fools and Roseland, Tommy Scifres moved to Nashville in 2014. He got his feet wet in the Nashville music scene spending countless hours on the honkytonk stages of lower Broadway. Tommy has toured and recorded with the likes of Aaron Lee Tasjan, Tim Easton and Brian Wright. In 2021 Scifres completed and released his first solo album “Last Legs”. Since 2022 he has been touring, full-time with recent Grammy winner, Lainey Wilson and has appeared on several late night talk shows, award shows and hit series Yellowstone.Raised in Akron, OH, singer/songwriter Tim Easton was influenced by a combination of pop icons (Beatles, Stones) and bluegrass/folk legends (Doc Watson, John Prine). After college, Easton found himself busking in the streets of Paris, London, Dublin, Amsterdam, Madrid, and Prague, on and off for seven years, at one time alongside Anti-Folk hero Beck Hansen. His folk-based songwriting brought an earthy sound to the Haynes Boys (an existing rock band that recruited Easton in the mid-’90s) and they recorded one album, Guardian Angel, for New York-based Slab Records. Easton pursued his solo career, recording his first solo album, Special 20, with friends and session musicians in Nashville. He signed with EMI Publishing in 1999, relocated to Los Angeles, performed at songwriter hubs like Largo, and signed a recording contract with New West Records. His first release for the label was 2001’s The Truth About Us, featuring members of WILCO as the backing band. 2003 brought his solid follow-up for the label, Break Your Mother’s Heart, which received 4 stars in the print version of Rolling Stone, heralding his songwriting as having a “novelist’s sense of humanity.” This was followed by “Ammunition” in 2006. Support slot tours with mentors Lucinda Williams and John Hiatt crossed North America and Europe. A concert set, “Live at Water Canyon,” appeared in 2008, followed by “Porcupine” in 2009 and a pair of self-released albums, “Beat the Band” and “Since 1966, Volume 1,” both in 2011. After moving to Nashville and starting his own label, CAMPFIRE PROPAGANDA, Easton teamed with THIRTY TIGERS to release roots & blues-based “Not Cool,” which was included in the Top 50 Albums of American Songwriter’s year end list for 2013. “American Fork” came out with LAST CHANCE RECORDS in 2015, rising to #11 on the Americana Radio charts, and the solo acoustic, direct to lacquer recording, “PACO & THE MELODIC POLAROIDS” was released on Campfire Propaganda in 2018, followed by tours of North America, Japan, Alaska, and Europe. Easton also toured the entirety of Russia in 2019, representing American folk music, as part of the Forum For Cultural Exchange. His experiences were documented in a weekly column for No Depression Magazine. Easton performs annually at SALMONFEST in Ninilchik, Alaska and WOODYFEST in Okemah, Oklahoma. June of 2019 brought the “EXPOSITION” LP, a field recording partly recorded at the Gunter Hotel in San Antonio, Texas where Robert Johnson cut his tracks, and partly in Okemah, Oklahoma. Up next for worldwide release will be “YOU DON’T REALLY KNOW ME,” a return to the full backing band sound, produced by Brad Jones & Robin Eaton in Nashville, to be released on BLACK MESA RECORDS in August of 2021.

Taylor Hunnicutt w/ Ben Sutton

Taylor 430701709292998

Taylor Hunnicutt makes old-school southern music for the modern world. She’s a proud daughter of Alabama, writing songs that nod to the state’s tradition of country storytelling, rock ‘n’ roll rebellion, and guitar-driven grit. Sharpened by a touring schedule that’s kept her on the road for roughly 200 days a year, she makes her full-length debut with Alabama Sound — an album that unfolds like a love letter to the American South, written by a road warrior who’s spent most of the decade far away from home. “It’s a little country, a little singer/songwriter, a little Americana, and a lot of soulful southern rock,” says Hunnicutt, an opera-trained vocalist who began writing songs after dropping out of music school, landing a waitressing job at a blues juke joint, and sitting in with the bands that came through town. She’s no longer the guest artist, though — she’s the main act, and Alabama Sound showcases her high-energy, hellraising brand of southern stomp, country-rock twang, and amplified attitude.  

An Evening With Caleb Caudle (full band)

An 426881706684190

Forsythia, the latest studio LP offering from Caleb Caudle out 10/7/22 via Soundly Music, is a portrait of his truest self, of the artist at his most solitary and reflective. Thematically, it meets anticipation for the unknown future with nostalgia for the past, and reconciles both with meditation in the present. The album was recorded at the legendary Cash Cabin during the pandemic, and inspired by the solitude and symbols Caudle found in nature during that time. It’s produced by John Carter Cash, and features veteran session players Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush, Dennis Crouch and Fred Eltringham, and the vocal talents of Carlene Carter, Elizabeth Cook and Sarah Peasall McGuffey. Simplistic arrangements– in which Caudle was the only guitarist– built a framework for space that is filled intentionally so that the songs themselves can be heard and appreciated without an overcrowding of instrumentation. On this record, outsider influences come into play nearly as much as his foundational knowledge of traditional Appalachian folk and other music history. This collection of 10 songs serves as a manifesto of Caudle’s beliefs and simplest desires. Forsythia sees Caudle as a master of his craft as a songwriter and musician.

The Mallett Brothers Band

The 426621706076361

The Mallett Brothers Band is an independent rock and roll / Americana / country band from Maine. Their busy tour schedule since forming in 2009 has helped them to build a dedicated fanbase across the U.S. and beyond while still calling the state of Maine their home. With a style that ranges from alt-country to Americana, country, jam and roots rock, theirs is a musical melting pot that’s influenced equally by the singer/songwriter tradition as by harder rock, classic country and psychedelic sounds.

Ashes And Arrows

Ashes 426561706026607

From the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina to the peaks of Arrowtown, New Zealand, Ashes & Arrows captivate audiences around the country with their strong vocals, thoughtful lyrics, and on-stage charisma.While stuck at individual musical crossroads, Ciaran, Jonathan, and Ben met at an open mic in downtown Asheville in 2021 and immediately regained their joy and inspiration to write and perform music now as a band.Their debut EP ‘Forward’ was produced by world-renowned record producer Greg Haver and released on October 7, 2022, and one of the lead singles, ‘Gold in the Mountain’ was featured on BBC2 radio late last year.Drawing inspiration from the likes of NEEDTODBREATH, Jason Isbell, and Patrick Droney, Ashes & Arrows write their songs in an authentically original form, whilst bringing a mesmerizing flare with strong 3-part harmonies.

The Copper Children

The 426481705929359

The Copper Children are a unique blend of styles and influences that span from the choral sounds of American gospel music to the psychedelic acid jam fueled sounds of the 60s. Live they take you into your heart space, conjuring the spirit of unity, freedom, silliness, and love, with harmonies and rhythms that remind us of our shared humanity. The Copper Children have shared the stage with notable artists such as Jerry Garcia Band, The Flobots, Devotchka, Mike Love, Everyone Orchestra, Elephant Revival, Dustbowl Revival, Handmade Moments, and many more. Over the years the band has performed for audiences at Summer Camp, Northwest String Summit, Arise Music Festival, and on national tours of the U.S. Like a roller coaster, their “Psychedelic Gospel” experience leaves audiences feeling transported to the rail-yards of freedom.