Throughout the Festival, we will be featuring short sets by some of Bend’s best musicians. Jenny Conlee of the Decemberists will kick off this weekend of film and music. The Beatles’ Shea Stadium concert will close the Festival on Sunday. Don’t miss these performances:
Jenny Conlee of the Decemberists will play a short set of original music written for the VOYAGERS WITHOUT TRACE soundtrack.
5 Pint Mary
Five Pint Mary, an Irish folk rock band, features guitar, accordion, banjo, violin, mandolin, Irish tin whistles, bass and compelling four- to five-part vocal arrangements.
Coyote Willow, an artful duo made up of Tim Coffey and Kat Hilst, is an eclectic combination of rock, blues, folk and contemplative instrumentals.
Evesdrop is Kim Kelley and Lynda Beauchamp; singers, songwriters, and performers with a progressive flair. Their harmony-driven folk songs are like an easy-boy for your ears.
Greg Botsford and the Journeymen
Gbots & the Journeymen is a fusion of loop technology with a live band format. They feature an eclectic mix of genres.
Blending life experience and Lief’s innate talent, he created his own unique sound that has elements of the story of the American Folk genre.
With guitars and vocal harmonies, The Quons songs tell stories and speak of reflection, love, loss and days of long ago.
Parlour is a four-piece band that blends vocal harmonies, acoustic guitar, mandolin, dobro and fiddle to create original contemporary folk music delivered with energy and passion. Featuring Mark & Linda Quon, Mike Potter and Susan Bonacker.
Shireen Amini is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who plays a mix of original soul-funk-pop-reggae music and Latin and R&B cover songs performed in a one-woman acoustic show.
Modern American folk music meets old time jams, giving you the foot stompin’ knee slappin’ sound of Trailer 31, whose music is inspired through the exploration of the great state of Oregon!