Arts & Culture

Live on the Saturday Cafe
12:57 pm
Sun April 20, 2014

Claudia Schmidt on the Saturday Cafe

Claudia Schmidt has been a touring professional musician for over four decades, with nineteen albums of mostly original songs, exploring folk, blues, and jazz and spoken word. Her spring tour brought her to Salem and Eugene with her new Red House release, New Whirled Order.

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Live on the Saturday Cafe
12:43 pm
Sun April 20, 2014

Marx(ist) Brothers on the Saturday Cafe

Live music should always be so lively!  Andy Cohen, Chico Schwall and Mark Ross begin their first Northwest tour as the Marx(ist) Brothers with a rousing send-off on the Saturday Cafe.

 

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Environment
12:51 pm
Sat April 19, 2014

Eugene Celebrates A Windy Earth Day

A tent in distress!
Credit Desmond O'Boyle

Despite rainy and windy conditions, hundreds of people celebrated Earth Day Saturday in the Eugene Water and Electric Board's downtown parking lot. The wind seemed to be more of a factor than the rain. Elizabeth Brown is with the organization "Our Children's Trust" who operated a booth at Earth Day. She says they tied their booth next to two adjacent ones.

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Axe and Fiddle, The Belfry
3:27 pm
Thu April 17, 2014

David Jacobs-Strain and Bob Beach Live at KLCC

Bob Beach (left, harmonica) and David Jacobs-Strain (right, guitar and vocals) in the KLCC studios.
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

David Jacobs-Strain merges the blues with his own musical vision, including in acoustic duo shows with Philadelphia harmonica master Bob Beach. He’s also recently been recording in southern California with some stellar players, including bassist Viktor Krauss (of Lyle Lovett's Large Band), Greg Leisz and legendary drummer Jim Keltner.

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Hult Center, Florence Events Center
6:00 am
Wed April 16, 2014

Eugene Symphony Guest Conductor Grant Llewellyn

Grant Llewellyn

Guest conductor Grant Llewellyn, a native of Wales, will join the Eugene Symphony for their April performances in Eugene and Florence. He also is participating in extensive artist residency programs this week as well. He speaks with Eric Alan about the experience.

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Viz City
6:00 am
Wed April 16, 2014

Lincoln Gallery

OSLP Lincoln Gallery

Terry Way and Sandy Jenson visit Lincoln Gallery in Eugene. It's sponsored by Oregon Assisted Living Program.

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UO Knight Library
6:00 am
Tue April 15, 2014

Tom Spanbauer, I Loved You More

Tom Spanbauer

Tom Spanbauer is the author of five acclaimed novels, and the founder of the teaching form called Dangerous Writing. His latest novel I Loved You More looks at the workings of a very complicated love triangle. Before giving a reading on the UO campus on Tuesday evening, April 15th, he speaks with Eric Alan about the muse of the secret sore place.

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Tsunami Books
3:28 pm
Fri April 11, 2014

Beth Wood and Anne Weiss Live at KLCC

Beth Wood (left) and Anne Weiss (right) in the KLCC studios.
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

Portland songwriter Anne Weiss has merged folk with the blues and other influences, while Texas native  Beth Wood has brought her own songs to Eugene in recent years. Together, they joined Eric Alan in the KLCC studios on the last day of KLCC's spring fund drive, before also performing together at Tsunami Books in Eugene, on Friday April 11th.

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John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts
3:43 pm
Thu April 10, 2014

The Battlefield Band Live at KLCC

The Battlefield Band with KLCC's resident bagpiper, Desmond O'Boyle.

The Battlefield Band merges traditional Scottish music with their own modern, original compositions, into a blend that’s won them many awards over the years. That recently includes “Album of the Year” at last year’s Scots Trad Music Awards, for their most recent release Room Enough for All. They were previously named “Scottish Folk Band of the Year” there as well. They joined Eric Alan  live in the KLCC studios, before performing at the Jaqua Concert Hall of the John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts in Eugene on April 10th.

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Sam Bond's Garage
6:00 am
Thu April 10, 2014

Shy Persons Talent Show

The annual Shy Persons Talent Show will coax secret performers of all ages out onto the stage at Sam Bond's Garage in Eugene starting at 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 12th. It's a benefit for paralyzed activist David Oaks. Eric Alan talks with the talent show's originator, Buck Mueller, and Margo Schaefer about the event.

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