|8/1/2017 5:45:00 PM|
Music keeps summer hot in Sisters
Sisters' music-filled summer continues in August.
The family-friend and dog-friendly Food Cart Garden at Eurosports welcomes Central Oregon favorites The Quons on Friday, August 4, performing their originals and covers with Linda's big vocals and Mark's guitar. Eurosports' music runs 5 to 7 p.m.
Central Oregon country-folk-Americana band Honey Don't plays on the same evening at Angeline's Bakery & Café.
On Saturday, August 5, Hardtail's Bar & Grill continues its summer of musical tributes with Erotic City - a tribute to the beloved and recently departed artist Prince.
Erotic City delivers a high-energy show that features classic Prince songs from his ultimate collection. When it's time to party like its 1999, Erotic City doesn't hold back with the high heels, the lace pants, the infamous purple coat, and all of the sexiness you will get in a Prince show.
On, August 5, at Eurosports, it's swing-time with Austin native Paul Eddy and his smooth vocals featuring original music and covers like Bob Wills, Nat King Cole and other greats, while over at Sisters Saloon it's Thomas T and the Blue Chips.
The Allan Byer Project plays August 5 at Cork Cellars Wine Bar & Bistro, at 7 p.m.
August 10, Halden Wofford and the Hi-Beams bring their Colorado twang and honky-tonk to Fir Street Park in the third of the Sisters Folk Festival's free summer concerts. Music starts at 6:30 p.m.
Brad Tisdel Extravaganza takes the stage at Angeline's on August 11.
Sisters Folk Festival favorite Beth Wood makes her debut at the Garden on Saturday, August 12, 5 to 7:30 p.m. Wood is a winner of the festival's songwriting contest and has organized the event's community show annually for several years. With her honest songwriting, charismatic stage presence and lovely vocals, she is one of the Pacific Northwest's most beloved folk singers.
Chops Bistro offers live music that night as well, with longtime Sisters musician Tony Lompa.
The folk duo NTT plays at Cork Cellars on August 12, while the Bobby Lindstrom Band takes the stage at Sisters Saloon.
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