Love giving of my time to my community
Oakshire Beer Hall 5013 NE 42nd Ave, Portland, Oregon 97218
I’m back again this Friday evening, July 13, at Rose City Food Park from 6-8pm. Great evening to bring the family, date night, whatever it may be. Wonderful vendors and some outstanding food.
I’ll play my take on lots of cover tunes from 50s-60s-70s, add a few originals just to spice it up. I would love to see some familiar faces and a few new ones. Please join me this Friday evening.
Rose City Food Park is located at 5235 NE Sandy Blvd., Portland, 97213
I’ll be playing originals and covers. If you purchase my album/CD “In Those Days,” at the event, all proceeds will go to the Paying It Forward Store. Come sit a spell as I open things up beginning at 5pm.
I’m back at Rose City Food Park this Saturday afternoon from 3-4:30pm, as one of the featured musician’s for their Mini Brew Fest. The weather for Saturday looks hot, which means, cold brews and live music wait for you. I’ll be jamming cover tunes from Hall & Oates, America, Billy Joel, Elton John, Elvis and some of my own stuff.
Sit a spell and cool down this Saturday afternoon.
Back in late June, I was on the coast in Manzanita, performing mainly originals and some cover tunes at The Hoffman Center. Intimate and responsive crowd. Sold some CDs, too. I was joined on stage for Elton John’s, “Love Song,” by long time friend, Sher Ireland.
So yeah…things are groovin’!!
This Friday evening, April 17, I’ll be at Cellar 55 in Vancouver, WA., from 7-9pm. Playing tunes from Billy Joel, Elton John, James Taylor, The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Christopher Cross, Kenny Loggins, Jackson Browne, Neil Diamond, Fleetwood Mac and many others. I may throw in an original or two as well.
End your long work week and begin your weekend at Cellar 55.
Many a great moment at tonights gig at Cellar 55 in Vancouver. But none sweeter than it’s final moments. Our last song was the classic by Leonard Cohen, “Hallelujah.” A request. With our acoustic guitars, Jeff Haagenson sat upon a stool adding some tasty licks, while I led the song. With each passing chorus it got sweeter and sweeter. The reason? We had a group of choir members from Columbia Presbyterian Church in attendance. By the time we reached the final chorus we went a cappella and it sounded the sweetest of all. One of those sacred moments in a performance that was serendipitous.
My appreciation to Jeff Haagenson for his talent and friendship. To the staff at Cellar 55, you treat musician’s with respect and you pay us. Thank you.
I’ll keep you informed the next time I’ll be at Cellar 55. No doubt, Jeff and I will return together.