Since it’s the last Friday of September, what better way to start tonight off than at the Wandering Goat for the Last Friday Art Walk. The art of Jeff Mason goes on display tonight as he’s the new house artist for October. The evening kicks off around 6pm.
This Eugene-based psychedelic jam band formed in 2011 through a chance encounter at the Oregon Country Fair.
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.”
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.
Lovely day for some sunshine, even if October is six days away. If you aren’t watching the game tonight, there is so much to do and hear.
Lots to do tonight in Duck-town. Over at the Wandering Goat, there is the artist, Madrona; performing Medieval rock. Now, if you’re anything like me, you are HAVE to check this out due to the sheer intrigue factor. Seriously… Medieval Rock? Hmmmm. Makes me want to break out my corset and find my 17th Century Italian Rapier and see what I can hear there tonight.
This Eugene-based groove funk band has been in the spotlight for a number of years as local favorites. Dubious were finalists with the 2009 KNRQ Last Band Standing competition, with their song Aileen Aileen, which also appears on the 2010 Next Big Thing Music Compilation CD
Apropos Musique Alt Country Blues Rock Curt Masterson – guitar vocals Neil Henderson – guitar, vocals Stephanie Lansdon – vocals Label: Equus Apropos…
Eleven Eyes Afro-beat / Funk / Nu-Jazz Tim McLaughlin – trumpet, samples, percussion, laptop, keys, guitar, EFX, conch shell Matt Calkins – sax, percussion, EFX…
There’s something for everyone this week at the Bijou & The David Minor Theater. A little comedy, some drama, throw in some sci-fi and top it off with a Schwarzenegger flick.