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Ncy Glass

Ncy Glass has 89 articles published.

Nancy grew up in Eugene, graduating from Churchill before heading off to the big city of Portland, and later on to Los Angeles, CA where she pursued her interests in event coordination. After 5 years she returned to Portland where she began her career as a music journalist. After writing for local and national publications Nancy started her own music magazine, Only Local Music, highlighting and promoting local musicians. In 2008 she was the master mind behind the online music magazine, Oregon Music News, Oregon's Only Online Music Magazine. Cultivating several alliances with organizations such as Music Millennium, The Portland Jazz Festival, the Waterfront Blues Association, The Mississippi Street Fair, and like groups, Nancy quickly grew the fresh start up from a mere idea to fruition within the scope of two years. Concurrently she sought out and pursued business management consulting and continued her own business, Navigation Consulting. With over 20 years experience managing every kind of business imaginable Nancy has been fortunate enough to further engage her purpose of helping others to helping business owners actually grow their business. Returning to her other passion, promoting music as well as musicians, Nancy continues to write about music and band across the state.
The Mud River Jugglers
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The NW Booking Conference at the Hilton

31st Annual Booking Conference lands in Eugene. Despite the conference ending Thursday, there are still a couple of noteworthy speakers on the line up.  Wednesday at 7:15pm has Robert Newhart, the CEO for the Innovation Center®, which "guides leaders to discover and launch the future of their organizations through creativity and innovation" speaks at the Keynote Dinner. Keep Reading

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Will Call: Jason Webley Quartet and Mood Area 52

Jason Webley Quartet and Mood Area 52 - Monday, October 31st, 2011 - WOW Hall. Jason Webley Quartet Based in Seattle, WA, this musician is known for his fusion of folk, experimental and alternative music. Performing with band-mates Michael McQuilken, Alex Guy and Jherek Bischoff for this Halloween Tour, his web site says... "Feel free to wear a costume... but also bring something warm. You never know where the night will take you." Keep Reading

Medium Troy
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Will Call: Medium Troy, Synrgy, Snow Angel

Will Call WOW Hall Ticket Give Away to see Medium Troy, Synrgy and Snow Angel. Medium Troy has been voted Eugene’s “Favorite Local Band” in the WOW Hall Awards balloting three of the past four years. Earlier this year, the band gained national recognition when High Time's Magazine named them the “Unsigned Band of the Week” on April 20, 2011. You want to see this show! Keep Reading

Robert Wynia
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October 25 - WOW Hall - Robert Wynia & Michael Shapiro Lead singer for the band, Floater, Wynia, is keeping busy promoting his debut solo effort, Iron by Water, released earlier this year. Singer songwriter Shapiro, from San Francisco, CA, is promoting his latest solo effort Everything. Keep Reading

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WILL CALL: Passafire and Tatanka

October 23 - WOW Hall: Passafire & Tatanka. Celebrating their 4th album release, Start From Scratch, this Savannah, GA based Rock band Passafire is armed with a new producer, Paul Leary (Butthole Surfers, Sublime, Meat Puppets). Their sound deeply hones guitar tones, while exploring synth sounds, and laying down tracks of harmonica and banjo. Keep Reading

The Head and the Heart 7 (2011)
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Will Call: The Head and the Heart, Lemolo

The Head and the Heart, Thao with the Get Down and Stay Down, and Lemolo at the WOW Hall October 18th. Doors open at 8:30, show starts at 9pm. THATH is Seattle-based band offering a dancable slice of Americana with strong vocal harmonies. Thao is a trio, hailing from Virginia who are on the record label, Kill Rock Stars - out promoting their new album. Lemolo is a dream-pop duo from Seattle. Great Show! Keep Reading

The Eager Beavers photo courtsey Roger Rix
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The Eager Beavers: Exposed

To help ensure people enjoy what The Eager Beavers are doing and recognizing they are controversial in their subject matter, the band actually reads a disclaimer during their set. Much like the controversy of physical exposure, these women emotionally avail themselves to the naked and raw sentiment of their femininity and write about it in songs that are memorable. Keep Reading

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Saturday Night on the Town

If you ended up staying home last night...TOO BAD for you!  There was some pretty incredible music last night to check out.  Fortunately my shopping spree went over well in that I found some nice cashmere to keep me warm; am still on the prowl for some comfy boots.  But alas, what is a girl to do? I think today is the day to head out and pick out my pumpkin day... gotta take advantage of the dry weather! Keep Reading

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Need a night out?  Want to have some fun?  We've got you covered.  Eugene Daily News is your hook-up to see live local talent... FREE.  Each week we will list the coolest shows that you can win tickets to and how to win them.  All you have to do to win is watch for (and follow) the directions for each event; each one may be different. Keep Reading

Betty and the Boy Photography courtesey Fallen Apple Photography
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Betty and the Boy

A variety of sounds can be heard in their original compositions including mandolin, harmonica and violin. While most of their material is centered around love and loss, Jaeger's voice is hauntingly pristine. Keep Reading

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Night on the Town SATURDAY

Tonight has a lot of great music to hear. Since last night was girls night, catching such local favorites as Blue Lotus and Stephanie Schneiderman, than tonight is all about the boys. For the record, I am using the term 'boy' with NO disrespect. One of my local faves is playing at Sam Bond's tonight... Leo London. Keep Reading

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We Have Guns

Well known in their underground metal circles, this band released their first, self-titled CD September 2011. They have been been compared to the apocalyptic metal band Ramallah for their "eerie melodic aggressive music." Keep Reading

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Greenlander: Flash in the Pan?

The bonds of friendship made in high school typically serve their immediate emotional purpose and generally tend to fade after graduation.   Sometimes those bonds never fade. Yet in 2004, four sophomore friends in a band class at Cottage Grove High School started jamming one day and slowly began to sow the seeds of longevity into their future. Keep Reading

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