Venue Details

139 Star Starred
Alberta Rose Theatre
at the corner of NE Alberta and NE 30th Ave. 3000 NE Alberta Street Portland, OR 97211
503-719-6055
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Diane Campbell
I wore a sweater, flip-flops, etc..
A Circus Carol dress Dec 23 2013 star this tip starred
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The restrooms are insufficient for the size of the crowd. Management might want to add a couple--I'll bet it would help sell more beverages.
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6 events
2 reviews
2 stars
attended Feb 08 2013

The event and venue were great!

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2 reviews
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attended Feb 08 2013

The musicians were excellent and we had a wonderful time. I bought these tickets for my boyfriend as an early Valentine's gift. He plays the banjo and has been talking for days about the talent we saw. I am only sad that work schedules kept us...continued

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Website

http://www.albertarosetheatre.com/?Page=http%3a%2f%2fpublic....

Description

The first of three days and nights of bluegrass at the Rose.

_Performers include: 

_ 7:30 Stumbleweed (Portland bluegrass) 

8:00 Wayard Vessel (Portland Alt/bluegrass) 

9:00 Cahalen Morrison & Eli West (Washington State old-time music) 

10:00 Caleb Klauder Country Band (country/western) 

*Caleb Klauder Country Band 

  • Caleb Klauder’s warm sound, authentic and familiar, feels all at once contemporary and vintage, as though it’s coming from the porch next-door. Raised between Orcas Island, Washington and Little Cumberland, Georgia, Klauder took his first steps in Knoxville. If his music could invent a genre, it would be New-school Americana, infusing old standards with Northwestern attitude and spinning out modern classics made elegant with Southern charm. Klauder writes his rough-hewn lyrics among the chickens scratching in his garden in Portland, Oregon, where he works as a musician and carpenter and is raising his 13-year-old son, Elijah.

Klauder has toured extensively with both the Foghorn Stringband and the Caleb Klauder Country Band throughout the US, the UK, Ireland, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Malaysia playing a variety of stages including the Tonder Music Festival, the Newport Folk Festival, the Rainforest World Music Festival, the Chicago Folk and Roots Festival, Pick-a-thon Roots Music Festival, The Seattle Folk Life Festival, The Bristol Rhythm and Roots Festival, Bumbershoot and the ROMP Festival.

*Cahalen Morrison and Eli West 

  • Cahalen Morrison & Eli West are, simply put, two of the most innovative and subtle roots musicians today. Their music draws from old folk sources, but it sounds vibrantly alive. Cahalen Morrison writes songs that sound like a Cormac McCarthy novel: simple, beautifully crafted, and seemingly formed from raw natural elements. Eli West brings jagged, angular arrangements based in bluegrass and old-time, but refracted through a 21st century lens. Like Ansel Adams’ photography, their music is instantly accessible and built from the simplest materials, but at the same time seems to transcend its base fundamentals. Together, Cahalen and Eli tap the root of the old country and bluegrass duets. As the sparse landscapes of Cahalen’s vocals reflect the warm glow of Eli’s voice, it’s clear that this duo was made to sing together. 

*Wayward Vessel 

  • Wayward Vessel is an adventurous alternative acoustic ensemble exploring the boundaries of bluegrass and folk music. With superb musicianship and lush, natural vocal harmonies, the band creates a unique palette to portray their rich library of original and traditional music. Wayward Vessel was born when Ken Chapple (guitar) and Julie Schmidt (fiddle) met at a bluegrass pickin’ session in SE Portland in 2009. It was immediately obvious that the two musicians had a connection, and began to go to work composing, arranging and jamming around the clock. In 2011, Ken and Julie joined forces with two Portland friends, Josiah Payne (mandolin) and Belinda Underwood (bass) who complete the current lineup.

Stumbleweed 

Traditional Bluegrass for all your high lonesome needs.

About the Ticket Supplier: Alberta Rose Theatre

After over 20 years of being closed to the public, the Alberta Rose Theatre has reemerged as Portland’s premier setting to experience acoustic music and live performances.