Mark Olson of Alt-Country Pioneers The Jayhawks at the Triple Door, with Ivan & Alyosha
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Texas rocker Vaden "Danger" Todd Lewis plays stripped-down acoustic versions of his hits as the lead singer of the Toadies and the Burden Brothers. Best known for their successful single "Possum Kingdom," The Toadies broke through in the '90s, broke up in the early '00s, and got back together in the late '00s. Their latest is 2012's Play.Rock.Music. Lewis also led the Dallas-based Burden Brothers, which had a Top 25 tune with "Beautiful Night." Portland native Kate Lynne Logan released her first full-length album, Awakening, in 2012, and has brought her pop-Americana-folk sound to stages across the Northwest. Learn More
Mark Olson is one of the founding members of acclaimed alternative country bands The Jayhawks and The Original Harmony Ridge Creekdippers and a respected singer/songwriter in his own right.
Olson formed The Jayhawks in 1985 with singer/guitarist Gary Louris and was originally the principal singer/songwriter in the group. Along with Marc Perlman (bass) and Thad Spencer (drums), they released their eponymous debut album in 1986 through independent label Bunkhouse Records. The band were signed by Minneapolis label Twin Tone in 1987 and released Blue Earth, which saw Louris sharing more songwriting and singing duties with Olson. It was this album that led the band to be signed by major label Def American - A&R representative and producer George Drakoulias is said to have heard Blue Earth playing in the background while on a phone call to Twin Tone in 1991 and signed the band later that year.