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8/20/2013 11:57:00 AM
Singer-songwriter releases CD
Patrick Pearsall, Travis Ehrenstrom, Benji Nagel and Kaleb Kelleher will play at two venues in Sisters. photo provided
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Patrick Pearsall, Travis Ehrenstrom, Benji Nagel and Kaleb Kelleher will play at two venues in Sisters. photo provided


Local singer-songwriter Travis Ehrenstrom will release his new album, "Remain A Mystery," in record stores and on iTunes on August 24. Digital copies are available for download on Ehrenstrom's website, while audiophiles will celebrate a late-September release on vinyl.

Crowd-source funded through a highly successful Kickstarter campaign, Remain A Mystery was co-produced by Ehrenstrom and Keith Banning and recorded at Banning's Lonely Grange Studios in Sisters.

"It's an engaging listen, an eclectic, 21st-century take on folk-pop-rock-whatever," says Central Oregon music writer Ben Salmon. "Fans of Wilco, Ryan Adams and My Morning Jacket's mellower moments should take notice."

The Travis Ehrenstrom Band will host two CD-release parties in Sisters: August 17 at Angeline's and August 24 at The Open Door. In November, they will embark on a coastal tour of Northern California, Oregon and Washington. The roots-rock band includes Patrick Pearsall on bass and vocals, Benji Nagel on guitar and vocals, and Kaleb Kelleher on drums.

Ehrenstrom has been writing and recording Americana music for the last decade, performing solo and with his band. From 2010-2012, Travis filled the bassist role for Seattle-area rock band

The Courage was a national touring act, gracing stages with the likes of Josh Ritter, Portugal, The Man, Kimya Dawson and more.











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