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Photo by Eric Alan

  The Dema Ensemble is a new group that weaves drumming, dancing, singing and other forms of visual and physical storytelling from a variety of African cultures. 

Photo by Eric Alan

  Shawn James and the Shapeshifters are an Arkansas quintet whose music has crossed many boundaries of rock and folk, blues and soul.

Photo by Eric Alan

  Anna Tivel and Beth Wood came by to perform live in the KLCC studios. They’ll perform live at Tsunami Books in Eugene on Saturday, May 7th beginning at 7:30 p.m. It’s a dual CD release event, celebrating Anna Tivel’s new CD Heroes Waking Up and Beth Wood’s new one, Spring Tide.

  A multi-faceted celebration takes place at the WOW Hall in Eugene tonight, April 20th, as David Gans, the Garcia Birthday Band, various Merry Pranksters and others gather to celebrate Oregon’s first legal 4/20, and whatever else feels worth celebrating. David Gans has been a part of related celebrations for decades, as a musician, author, storyteller, and proprietor of the nationally-syndicated Grateful Dead Hour.

Photo by Eric Alan

  The Ballroom Thieves are a trio with Boston roots, whose music merges fine harmony and acoustics with more electric and experimental edges—including recent collaboration with the Maine Youth Rock Orchestra. Their debut CD A Wolf in the Doorway has brought them national attention, and they were a sensation at the Sisters Folk Festival last September. They begin their West Coast Tour tonight, April 6th, at Sam Bond’s Garage in Eugene, and then they’ll perform on Saturday, April 9th at Sisters High School in Sisters. Both are a double bill with the duo Tall Heights.

Quetzal, Live at KLCC

Feb 24, 2016
Photo by Eric Alan

  The Grammy-winning ensemble Quetzal has come out of East L.A.’s Chicano community to create a vision that integrates music, dance and community activism in truly global ways.

Photo by Eric Alan

  The Westerlies are a New York-based brass quartet with Seatte roots that blurs the borders between chamber music, folk music and jazz. Their acclaimed debut album in 2014 explored the music of keyboardist and composer Wayne Horvitz, and their forthcoming album is a collaboration with GRAMMY-winning producer Jesse Lewis. They’re on a west coast tour that includes a Eugene performance on Friday, February 19th, as part of the Broadway Avenue House Concerts series. They came in to perform live in the KLCC studios. 

Photo by John Stark

  Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn are the ultimate banjo family, who individually and together have challenged and expanded the boundaries of the instrument, whether in duo, within their Sparrow Quartet or with an array of their other bands and projects.

Photo by Eric Alan

  Dreos is a trio that features Eliot Grasso on uillean pipes and flute, Glen Waddell on guitar and bouzouki, and Brandon Vance on fiddle, integrating Irish and Scottish musical traditions. Though they have vast international credits in other contexts, they released their first CD together in October, and will perform in Eugene on Friday, January 29th at the New Hope Center Auditorium in Eugene.  Eliot Grasso brought his uillean pipes to the KLCC studios for a solo performance, and to share music from the new Dreos CD, The Clearing

Photo by Eric Alan

  Pretty Gritty is the musical duo of Sarah Wolff and Blaine Heinonen, who began their musical partnership in Maryland some years ago, before relocating to Portland. Since releasing a self-titled debut album in 2012 that featured a guest appearance by Keller Williams, they have been turning heads nationwide with their soulful Americana.

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