Mycle Wastman, Matt Brown and the Connection, Sara Jackson-Holman
Mycle Wastman, Matt Brown and the Connection and Sara Jackson-Holman in Concert
Three of the Northwest's most gifted young musicians converge for a monumental, if bittersweet, concert at the Alberta Rose Theatre. Seattle native Mycle Wastman dazzled the judges -- and much of America -- when he appeared on the third season of The Voice
. A singer's singer, his voice captures far more than mere notes, taking on the shape and color of authentic emotion. Hailing from Washougal, Washington, blues- and soul-man Matt Brown is playing Portland one last time before heading off to Nashville. Since his band (and local sensation) Ruby Hill broke up, Brown has released two successful solo albums, received radio play and toured with his new ensemble, the Connection. Up from Bend, Oregon, singer-songwriter Sara Jackson-Holman was just 20 years old when her moody and passionate style made a national impression. Her songs have since been featured on ABC's Castle
, MTV's Chelsea Settles
and CW's Ringer
, among others.
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The last date listed for Mycle Wastman, Matt Brown and the Connection, Sara Jackson-Holman was Friday September 6, 2013 / 8:00pm (Doors Open at 7:00pm).
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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.