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Kerosene Dream Anniversary Show with special guests Sharlet Crooks
Feb 3, 2018 at 8:00 PM
Minors OK when accompanied by a parent or guardian
Doors open at 7:00

$19 Advance
$22 At The Door

This is a partially-seated show. There will be dancing down front.

22 years ago this month Dave Coey from The Renegade Saints joined forces with Bart Ferguson from The Strangers and played their first gig as Kerosene Dream. They combined intelligent song writing and heady harmonies with the virtuosity and spontaneity of an improvisational "jam" band. Join Dave, Bart, Al Toribio, Bevan Hurd, and Chris Chard for a reunion concert for the ages.

Portland-based Americana band Sharlet Crooks opens the show
Ticket sales ended Feb 3, 2018 7:00 PM. Additional tickets may be available at the box office.
Kerosene Dream | 8:00 PM
Bart Ferguson formed The Strangers at the University of Oregon, and they developed a strong and loyal following. The Strangers recorded four albums, played more than a thousand shows, and frequently did shows and tours with their good friends The Renegade Saints. Dave Coey and Al Toribio were two of the singer songwriters for The Renegade Saints.

During those shows and tours, Bart and Dave would talk about having a side band together to write and play different songs than The Saints and Strangers. And with this, the idea for what eventually became Kerosene Dream was born. With the breakup of the Saints and Strangers, the door was left wide open for Kerosene Dream to be the main project.

Originally an acoustic trio, Kerosene Dream expanded into a full band and released three independent cds. more >>>
Sharlet Crooks | 8:00 PM
Sharlet Crooks embodies the sound of the modern romantic west. The Portland based, four-piece band began with songwriting duo, Corinne Sharlet and Zach Hinkelman in the early winter of 2017. Sharlet Crooks crafts a genre-bending sound they call ‘Desert Americana’ by combining melodic, soul-stirring vocals with warm, blues-laced guitar tones creating a listening experience that evokes the familiar sounds of Wilco and Alison Krauss while capturing a timelessness that speaks to listeners of every generation.

After years of songwriting, Corinne finally picked up the guitar in 2016 and started writing what would become the foundation of Sharlet Crooks’ first recordings. In search of a new music project, Zach was immediately drawn to Corinne’s original material and the two began to write together. Zach then reached out to bass player, Jordan Korach, to help the band develop their sound. Percussionist, Bevan Hurd joins the group as the final touch needed to create dynamic live performances. Sharlet Crooks plays shows regionally throughout the northwest. more >>>