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Sam Bond's Garage
3:21 pm
Wed August 6, 2014

Sweet Ghosts Live at KLCC

Sweet Ghosts at KLCC. Left to right: Colin Shook, Ryan Alfred, Katherine Byrnes.
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

Sweet Ghosts is a band led by Katherine Byrnes and Ryan Alfred, with beautiful harmonies and atmospheric textures merged with acoustic roots, on their deubt CD Certain Truths. Ryan Alfred is best known for his work as the bassist in Calexico, and Katherine Byrnes has sung in Amos Lee’s touring band, as well as leading the University of Arizona’s big band, and maintaining her own solo career. Before appearing at Sam Bond's Garage in Eugene on Wednesday, August 6th, they performed in the KLCC studios in trio form, joined by Colin Shook on the bass.

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Sam Bond's Garage
3:21 pm
Thu July 31, 2014

Chris Chandler and Paul Benoit Live at KLCC

Left to right: Paul Benoit, Jarrod Kaplan, Chris Chandler, Eric Alan
Credit Photo by Tiffany Eckert

Chris Chandler and Paul Benoit have uniquely merged performance poetry and storytelling with roots music, over the course of countless shows and two CDs together, the latest of which is Matadors. Chris Chandler also has a new book collection out, called Avoiding Godot. They performed live in the KLCC studios along with percussionist Jarrod Kaplan of My Father's Ghost, before appearing at Sam Bond's Garage in Eugene on Thursday, July 31st.

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Corvallis
6:00 am
Thu July 24, 2014

Absolute Harmony Live at KLCC

Absolute Harmony

A live in-studio performance at KLCC from Absolute Harmony, a five-piece all-women a cappella ensemble from Corvallis. They perform an original song, then cover Steve Martin, and talk with Eric Alan about being inspired by everything from South African freedom songs to their children.

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Axe and Fiddle
3:33 pm
Fri July 18, 2014

3 Leg Torso Live at KLCC

Only 3 Leg Torso can properly take advantage of the shoe sale at Lazar's in Eugene. (Left to right: Courtney Von Drehle, Bela Balogh, T.J. Arko, and Mike Murphy. Not present: Gary Irvine.)
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

The band 3 Leg Torso has been making eclectic music for nearly two decades, integrating elements of chamber music, tango, Gypsy music, Latin, klezmer and more. Their music has found its way into several films as well as on recordings. They’re currently working on two new albums, as well as hitting the road for the live shows that they love. They joined Eric Alan in the KLCC studios, on their way to the Axe and Fiddle in Cottage Grove.

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Art and the Vineyard
3:25 pm
Thu July 3, 2014

Zac Wolfe Live at KLCC

Zac Wolfe at KLCC.
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

Eugene guitarist Zac Wolfe blends jazz, Latin and pop styles, and recently had the opportunity to make his debut album, Hello, with one of his inspirations, the great drummer Stix Hooper of the Crusaders. Before performing at Art and the Vineyard in Alton Baker Park in Eugene on Friday, July 4th with his full band, he visited the KLCC studios in duo form with Brazilian percussionist Valter Da Silva, for songs and conversation.

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Eugene, Bend, Springfield
3:18 pm
Fri June 27, 2014

Ashleigh Flynn Live at KLCC

Ashleigh Flynn at KLCC.
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

Portland songwriter Ashleigh Flynn returns to her former home of Eugene for a house concert on Friday evening, June 27th, as well as performing in Bend at McMenamins on Wednesday, July 2nd and at Planktown in Springfield on Thursday, July 3rd, with her band the Back Porch Majority. Her most recent CD is called A Million Stars, produced by Chris Funk from the Decemberists. The album’s songs primarily involve female Wild West characters. She joined Eric Alan in the KLCC studios for songs and conversation.

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Oregon Bach Festival
10:21 am
Thu June 26, 2014

Oregon Bach Festival Special Broadcast: Jonathan Manson and Simon Martyn-Ellis Live at KLCC

Jonathan Manson on cello and Simon Martyn-Ellis on theorbo in the SELCO Performance Hall of the KLCC studios.
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

KLCC and the Oregon Bach Festival continued their annual collaborative tradition by celebrating the opening of the year's festival with a special hour-long performance in the SELCO Performance Hall of the KLCC studios, on Wednesday evening, June 25th. This year's performance featured cellist Jonathan Manson and lutenist Simon Martyn-Ellis--two of the world's top players on their respective instruments--with a live studio audience. The broadcast was hosted by KLCC's Eric Alan, and co-hosted by John Steinmetz from the Oregon Bach Festival. It was a truly memorable evening.

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Cozmic
3:19 pm
Fri June 20, 2014

Elias Kauhane Live at KLCC

Elias Kauhane in Hawaii.

Elias Kauhane is an Oahu native who will be the featured performer at this month’s Aloha Friday at Cozmic in Eugene, bringing Hawaiian culture to the Willamette Valley in an evening that also features "Hello Summer Songs" and a quiz on the birds of Hawaii. Elias Kauhane joins Eric Alan in the KLCC studios for music and conversation about the shifting culture of Hawaii, including the newly enlivened movement around Hawaiian sovereignty.

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Cozmic
3:27 pm
Tue June 10, 2014

Tyler Fortier Live at KLCC

Tyler Fortier
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

Eugene musician Tyler Fortier has been busy lately, both as a producer and a songwriter. He’ll celebrate both aspects this Saturday, June 14th at Cozmic in Eugene. It’s a CD release party for his own new CD, Black and White Heart, and for Beth Wood’s new release, Sometimes Love, which he produced. He visited the KLCC studios for two live songs and one from his new CD.

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Eugene House Concert, Paulina Springs Books
3:26 pm
Fri June 6, 2014

Nathan Brown Live at KLCC

Nathan Brown
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

Nathan Brown is the current Poet Laureate of Oklahoma, as well as a musician, photographer, workshop leader and teacher. His latest book is Less is More, More or Less; and his most recent CD is Gypsy Moon. He stopped by the KLCC studios for songs, poetry and conversation before a  house concert in Eugene with Beth Wood on Friday, June 10th, and a reading at Paulina Springs Books in Sisters on Saturday evening, June 11th.

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