In case you don’t want to hang out at this page on a regular basis you should know that I send out an email usually once a month with details on whatever gigs we’ve got. If you’d like to be on the email list, zap me an email! mick@nwdulcimer.
I play two regular monthly pub gigs with Spud Siegel (no admission, that is!): First Sunday at the Oakshire Portland Beer Hall with Steve Einhorn, and Third Thursday at the Double Mountain Portland Taproom with our fiddlin’ pal George Penk. See below. Note that the colored and underlined parts are linked to websites. (As in Spud Siegel, here or above, which takes you to his gig calendar.)
And of course, we’re playing plenty of other gigs; the public ones are listed below, as well.
November 16, Thursday, 6-8pm, Spud and I play at the Double Mountain Taproom with fiddler extraordinaire George Penk. Whaddya know, more beer, cider and homemade soda pop than you can shake a stick at, and room for the kids to dance a bit!
November 26, Sunday, 5-7pm — Spud and I play the Goose Hollow Inn. It is such a cozy neighborhood tavern, we don’t need amplification. (And the rueben sandwiches are legendary!)
December 3, Sunday, 4-6pm, Spud and I play with Kevin Shay Johnson for our monthly First Sunday Gig at Oakshire Brewing’s Portland Beer Hall. The Beer Hall has their own kitchen (lovely pizzas & salads), and you’re welcome to bring food from local eateries to the patio.
December 16, Saturday, 3pm, and December 17, Sunday, 3 pm, The Trail Sextet (Phil and Gayle Neuman, Eddie Parente, Cal Scott, Dan Stueber and (whaddya know?) Mick Doherty are guest performers with the Willamette Master Chorus. The Trail Sextet are former members of the Trail Band. We were also guests in last year’s program and it was lovely — a lot of great singers and arrangements, as well as the top singers from schools in the Salem area in a children’s choir. We play a set of instrumentals, as well as accompany the chorus on several other pieces.
December 21, Thursday, 6-8pm, Spud and I play at the Double Mountain Taproom with fiddler extraordinaire George Penk. Whaddya know, it’s the Solstice! Of course, there’s still more beer, cider and homemade soda pop than you can shake a stick at, and room for the kids to dance a bit!
December 31, Sunday, 6-8pm — Spud and I play an early New Year’s Eve at the Goose Hollow Inn.
…recent different sorta gig…….
June 10, Saturday, 5-9pm, The Oregon Trail Trio played at the Columbia Riverfront Holiday Inn (the old Red Lion there by the water!) as part of “A Local Pacific Northwest Evening” — Phil and Gayle Neuman and I played a 75 minute concert program of history and music starting at 7pm.