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Brass Tacks is Oregon Country at its finest. Based out of Molalla, Brass Tacks brings a little bit of country, outlaw, blues, southern rock, and rebel all rolled into one.
Hailey Verhaalen is an Oregon City fireball, weaving amazing vocals with a firm knack for storytelling. Her stories of heartbreak, love and friends and family echo true in everyone’s hearts.
The Nash Brothers are a Portland staple quickly gaining recognition as they develop their unique sound. Fishing, family, and being on the road, the Nash Brothers are true country.
Jessie Leigh Band
Jessie Leigh mixes old school country with a twist of freshness that breathes new life into everyone at her shows. Having opened for Kenny Chesney and more, she’s an up and comer not to be missed.
It’s a tough world out there, and Nathan Botsford knows this too well. His songs of sorrow echo with a passion and familiarity everyone can relate to.
Right at home at local county fairs and country bars, Showdown is is outlaw country to the bone.
Trevor Tagle is an Oregon outlaw mixing hard country with loud guitars, just the way it should be.
Kelsey Bales and the Sons of the Storm are bringing traditional Texas Country to Oregon, complete with a five piece band and a Texas-sized dash of trouble.
Suave M F'n Rodeo Cowboy
Crazy as hell but pure 1950, Suave M F’n Rodeo Cowboy plays every song with passion for the country music that runs through his veins.
Fortune Takes Time
Born and bred on cornbread, Fortune Takes Time is the perfect band to listen to while you down a brew at your favorite saloon.
Just a man and his acoustic, Brother Blackfoot is pure country soul. Find him at a dive in Oregon and you’re in for a treat.
Country music’s roots can be found in every chord Sam Drogin strikes, and seeing Sam onstage is sure to get your feet tapping.
Buddy Boy Vargas
The Texas Hill Country is home to some of the world’s best, and Buddy Boy Vargas is no exception.
Eric Marshall Band
Die hard 1950, Eric Marshall is giving country music all he’s got, and country’s giving back.
DocFell & Co
Representing the best of Oklahoma’s red dirt, DocFell & Co. bring back the classic feel that you grew up with and love.
Carter Hilltop Band
A Texas Country duet, the Carter Hilltop Band will help you with the struggle when the whiskey won’t.
With a name like Sunday Saloon, you know that you’re in for a great night when this Oregon-based group comes to town.
Representing the South Carolina low country, Kaison Holloway is a hurricane of good old fashioned guitar strummin’ country blues.
John James Hord
The Lowdown Drifters