Friday, January 31, 2014

Columbia River Gorge Songwriter Summit

Ready to enjoy your Friday? Why not head over to the Columbia Center for the Arts, over in Hood River, OR for a night of tunes and more! Ticket available at the door for $10 each, beer and wine available for purchase as well. Read more about one of the artist below.
Lincoln Crockett is the real deal, a talented performer singing standout originals on mandolin & guitar, all while playing leads, rhythms and chords at the same time. He holds audiences’ attention with the expansiveness in his voice and his ability to move a mountain of music through his instruments. Crockett has a style all his own he sometimes calls "progfolk".  He twists jazz, bluegrass, prog-rock and folk into an affecting set of wry soul-searching with uplifting spiritual flavor specific to no genre. The combined effect has garnered Crockett respect from within the music community in the Pacific Northwest, the reputation of being a 'musician's musician' and devoted audience support.
Crockett has performed everywhere from national festival stages to theaters, clubs, bars, coffeehouses and houseconcerts. Crockett currently lives in a tiny dairy valley at the foot of Mt Adams, and enjoys playing old-time fiddle tunes with his neighbors.

To read more about the other artist performing click link below.

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