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Augusts 27th Justin Johnson Solo Act 6-8pm

Always a favorite at the brewery.  If you like participating in songs, clapping, and joining in, then Justin is the one you want to see.

August 28th  Scotia Road 7-10pm

Scotia Road is an Americana band from Newport, Washington. Guitar, mandolin & upright bass mingle with the calming vocals & blood harmonies of the mother-daughter duo. Journey down Scotia Road through original, hand-crafted songs that move you past wild roses and Ponderosa pines, all while the sun shines through the rain. 



September 3rd Sara Brown 6-8

Come and enjoy Sara Brown while she sings her original songs, and check out her CD’s.

September 4th 

We are looking for something fun to do the first Friday of the the month. Please post on our Facebook your recommendations. 

September 10th Michael Pickett 6-8

Come and enjoy the musical styling’s of Michael Pickett as he performs his original songs

September 11th Brown's Mountain Boys

September 17th Bill Price

In 2000 Price recorded his first album of original material, "Bones & Apples." It received airplay in the US and Europe on college and independent radio. He also teamed up with Indiana bluesman, Gordon Bonham to form "The Brains Behind Pa" - a three, sometimes five-piece band inspired by Dylan's songs and influences. "Gordon and I both have a love of Dylan's music and much that inspired him, so we started a side project to kind of explore all of that music." The result was "Old Hat," an EP CD that contained seven traditional, folk and blues songs. It also received airplay, on college and independent radio stations across the US, in Canada and Europe.

A songwriter that is in a band inspired by Bob Dylan is bound to take the next logical step - that is, write original music for his band. "It's an obvious extension of what we were exploring in all the old songs and Dylan's music. It was time to apply those qualities that we like in all of that music, to our own music. Carve out our own identity." The resulting album, "Better For The Deal," released in May of 2006, has fifteen original songs and strongly reflects the band's influences.

He has continued to perform and record music both with The Brains Behind Pa and other musicians. Price released The Circus & The Gallows 3-song CD single in 2007. In late 2009 he released With the Eye of a Skeptic..., a full-length, acoustic-based CD. "It has received some very warm reviews and radio airplay overseas - mainly in Europe," Price explains. "The reception to this record has been the most positive and extensive that any of my albums have received so far. We've had a couple of reviews in the U.K. and airplay in Ireland which is new territory for my projects." There have also been positive reviews and airplay in Canada, France, Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, Italy, Sweden, and Croatia to name a few others, as well as some airplay on independent and college radio in the U.S..

Price's music has continued to gather momentum both locally and in Europe where the last few CD releases have seen healthy airplay and positive reviews from independent radio and media.

Other influences include: Neil Young, Bruce Cockburn, Wilco, Tom Petty, Mark Knopfler, Indigo Girls, John Gorka, The Waifs and Steve Forbert

September 18th Open Mic

Want some exposure? Just really enjoy making music and want to share it with people.  Here is your chance! Our host Michael Pickett will get you plugged in and ready to go!

September 24th Justin Johnson

Always a favorite at the brewery.  If you like participating in songs, clapping, and joining in, then Justin is the one you want to see.

September 25th Echo Ridge