How much music can you cram into the music section of The Bulletin’s GO! Magazine? Approximately this much:
“The Miles Davis Experience: 1949-1959″ is a multimedia tribute to the jazz icon coming to the Tower Theatre.
The Felice Brothers could’ve hopped on the “new Americana” gravy train and they chose not to. Instead, their new album “Celebration, Florida” is a murky, weird and wonderful slab of electro/pop/rock.
The Green headlines a reggae bill at the Domino Room Monday that also includes Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad.
Also in the music section: King Yellowman returns to town, the Tower of Power show is sold out, guitar hero Scott Pemberton plays Silver Moon, a cappella groups On the Rocks and Divisi will perform to benefit Sisters schools, Celtic folkie Colleen Raney kicks off the new HarmonyHouse season, a Tumalo house concert will benefit the High & Dry Bluegrass Festival, and Innovation Theatre features an eclectic weekend, with Violin vs. Vinyl and Jay Tablet tonight, 2Mex and a hip-hop bill Saturday and 2nd Hand Soldiers playing a benefit for a local guy with cancer on Sunday. Oh, plus we have blurbs on Stephanie Schneiderman, Just People and Viva Le Vox!
Tags: 2Mex, 2nd Hand Soldiers, Colleen Raney, Divisi, HarmonyHouse, High & Dry Bluegrass Festival, Innovation Theatre, Jay Tablet, Just People, On the Rocks, Scott Pemberton, Stephanie Schneiderman, The Felice Brothers, The Green, The Miles Davis Experience, Tower of Power, Violin vs. Vinyl, Viva Le Vox, Yellowman