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Tsunami Books
3:14 pm
Fri December 19, 2014

Caldera Songwriters Benefit Concert for the Egan Warming Center

Beth Wood in the KLCC studios.
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

The Caldera Songwriters present their third annual group concert as a benefit for the Egan Warming Center, at Tsunami Books in Eugene on Friday, December 19th at 7:30 p.m. As well as featuring a large array of local songwriters, plus haiku and holiday cheer, the annual event gathers needed supplies for the homeless. In the KLCC studios, Beth Wood performed live, including a new song about Major Thomas Egan, for whom the Egan Warming Center is named; and Charley Harvey of St.

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WOW Hall
3:20 pm
Wed December 10, 2014

Finnish Folk Masters Arto & Antti Jarvela Live at KLCC

Left to right: Antti Jarvela, Arto Jarvela, KLCC's Eric Alan
Credit Photo by Michael Canning

Arto and Antti Jarvela are cousins from Finland, part of a family with some of the deepest folk music traditions in the land. As well as participating in a wide variety of bands, they’ve released their first CD as a duo this past year, Os Fera Liluli, which presents traditional Finnish fiddle tunes and originals. Before teaching a workshop and performing at the WOW Hall in Eugene on Wednesday, December 10th, they visited the KLCC studios for songs and conversation with Eric Alan.

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Sam Bond's Garage
3:36 pm
Wed December 3, 2014

Shook Twins & John Craigie Live at KLCC

Left to right: Katelyn Shook, Laurie Shook, Niko Dauossis. (Not pictured: Kyle Volkman, John Craigie.)
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

Identical twins Laurie & Katelyn Shook return to the KLCC studios for a live performance, along with songwriter John Craigie, and band members Niko Dauossis and Kyle Volkman. They celebrate two nights of concerts at Sam Bond's Garage in Eugene, on Wednesday December 3rd and Thursday December 4th.  Musical and philosophical topics included spraying dollar bills with water, people who claim to have written Bob Dylan's lyrics, and what the bathroom situation might have been like on Noah's Ark.

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Wildish Theater
3:19 pm
Tue December 2, 2014

Classical Guitarist Scott Kritzer Live at KLCC

Scott Kritzer
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

Scott Kritzer has become one of America’s leading classical guitarists, along a path that has taken him from Carnegie Hall to the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, from solo recordings to collaborative performances, and teaching experience that includes the creation of his own guitar training method. He is in residence with Chamber Music Amici for a week of performances through December 8th, and he joined us in the KLCC studios for performance and conversation.

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John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts
3:37 pm
Thu November 20, 2014

Black Prairie Live at KLCC

Black Prairie "in the round" in the KLCC studios.
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

The band Black Prairie began as a spin-off from the Decemberists, but has developed an equal life of its own. The band’s sound has moved from instrumental string-band roots into edgier rock territory and vocals in recent times, especially on their fourth and newest CD, Fortune.

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Tsunami Books
3:22 pm
Fri November 14, 2014

Steve Forbert Live in the KLCC Studios

Steve Forbert
Credit Photo by Alan Messer

Mississippi native Steve Forbert has been crafting albums since 1978’s Alive on Arrival first announced his arrival in New York. It’s now been thirty-five years since the follow-up Jackrabbit Slim brought his greatest hit, “Romeo’s Tune,” and he’s celebrating that anniversary with a tour that stops at Tsunami Books in Eugene this Saturday evening, November 15th. He dropped in to perform live in the KLCC studios.

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John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts
3:12 pm
Thu November 6, 2014

PROJECT Trio Live at KLCC

PROJECT Trio at KLCC: Eric Stephenson (cello), Peter Seymour (double bass), Greg Pattillo (flute).
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

PROJECT Trio is one of this nation’s most unusual chamber ensembles, merging flute, cello and double bass in ways that extend beyond genres, including elements of classical, jazz, rock, beatboxing and more. They  arrived in Eugene from Brooklyn for a concert at the John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts in Eugene on Thursday, November 6th. We welcomed PROJECT Trio into the KLCC studios for a performance, including Greg Pattillo on flute, Eric Stephenson on cello, and Peter Seymour on double bass.

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Axe and Fiddle
3:21 pm
Wed November 5, 2014

Calico Live in the KLCC Studios

Calico: Manda Mosher, Kirsten Proffit, Aubrey Richmond
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

Calico, the band, is an Americana trio that includes songwriters Kirsten Proffit, Manda Mosher and Aubrey Richmond. They’re bringing their California country influences to Oregon in several upcoming shows, on tour behind their debut CD Rancho California. In our listening region, they’ll appear in Cottage Grove, Bend and Salem. They’ll also perform in Pistol River, Portland and Hood River, and they joined us live in the KLCC studios.

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Sylvan Ridge Winery
3:22 pm
Thu October 30, 2014

Eric John Kaiser Live at KLCC

Eric John Kaiser at KLCC, with Eric Alan and Michael Canning lurking in the background.
Credit Photo by Eric John Kaiser

Eric John Kaiser plays a style of music he calls Parisian Americana, reflecting his French origins and his current Portland residence. He’s touring behind a new CD of songs called Idaho, inspired by his American travels.  Before performing an album release concert at Sylvan Ridge Winery in Eugene on October 30th, he joined us live in the KLCC studios.

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Beall Hall, UO
3:25 pm
Fri October 24, 2014

Music from the Chilean Andes with Phusiri Marka Live on KLCC

Phusiri Marka
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

Phusiri Marka is a band from the Chilean Andes, whose name translates as “Town of Wind Players.” They have been performing traditional panpipe, tarka and orquestra music since 1976. Before performing in Beall Hall on the UO campus on Friday, October 24th, a smaller version of the ensemble came to play in the KLCC studios. They were joined by Juan Eduardo Wolf, assistant professor of ethnomusicology at the UO and head of the UO World Music Series.

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