Bethany Randall is a blues/folk lore/psychedelic musician who is involved with multiple bands and other musicians. From The Rock&Roll Party Band to Fat Lip Lucy, and also sharing the spotlight with female musician Sarah Albert for the folk/rock duo The Oh My Mys, Bethany Randall is a talented woman who’s ready to provide us with a great show Friday, April 6th at Boon’s Treasury. The show starts at 9:00, so come on by and enjoy!
Another great band for the Cherry City Music Festival! Red Hook Gypsy straight out of Salem Oregon is gonna rock The Triangle with their rock/blues hits. Jake and Mike began playing music together in high school, and little did they know that years later they would be a well known local band with quite a fan base. In 2011 the bands drummer stepped out for personal reasons, and that left the remaining three members writing music and keeping an open ear for a new drummer. When their current drummer Ian auditioned, he was a perfect match for the guys, and the band was back up on their feet and more than ever ready to rock. Be sure to join us and Red Hook Gypsy this Saturday, April 7th, 10:00pm at the Triangle. See you there!
Let us help you relive these Wasteland nights from previous festivals featuring Monster Addict’s performance shown here. Coming from different local bands such as Neversleep and Monster Addict, 9th Step is a Salem Oregon punk/hardcore band opening the punk show at Papa G’s Thursday night at 7pm, followed by Jesse Tumolo taking the stage at 8pm. It’s a night you don’t want to miss, so be there and let’s bring back some Wasteland memories!
Hip Hop is coming to the Capitol steps for the 6th Cherry City Music Festival April 7th! Check out the facebook link here.
The Student Loan is an upbeat bluegrass band that has toured nationally, a total of six different countries. This year they’re here for the Cherry City Music Festival to put on a great show for us with their amazing variety. From their bluegrass to classical beats, they’re definitely a band that brings joy to audiences of all types. Join us at Boon’s Treasury Saturday, April 7th, with The Student Loan for a great show and a great night.
Come join us Friday, April 6th for the second night of Salem Oregon’s Cherry City Music Festival featuring Redwood Son at The Governor’s Cup. They will be taking the spotlight at 9:00pm. Recently spotlighted on Kink.FM for their single “Because of you”, Redwood Son plays a unique blend of Americana and folk music.
Remember the packed house at Ike Box during last year’s fest? This year will be even better. The band count is 42, venue count is 14 and both are still growing. Nine hours of live broadcast at CCTV is already booked up. Want to volunteer? Sign up here or attend our next meeting 6pm Wednesday February 29 at Pop Up art gallery in the Salem Center mall. See you there!
Will 2012 be the break-out year for Salem musicians? Recent tours of Salem bands around the NW point to increased visibility for the Cherry City and this year’s festival aspires to build on the hard work of everyone in the industry by showcasing the diversity of mid-valley musicians. Once again, we’re partnering with CCTV to offer studio time for bands in addition to performance venues throughout downtown. Looking forward to another great event!
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