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This week in GO! Magazine’s music section

Friday, July 8th, 2011

As summer unfolds, the local music scene is getting busier and busier. This week is no exception. Here’s what’s in the music section of this week’s GO! Magazine:

–Country/bluegrass crossover stars Alison Krauss & Union Station return to Bend’s Les Schwab Amphitheater Saturday. (By the way, you really should grab a print copy of The Bulletin today. The cover of GO! Magazine is designed so that you can tear it off and fold it into a functional paper airplane to commemorate Krauss’ new album “Paper Airplane.” Fun!)

–Free, outdoor concert series are getting going all over Central Oregon. We detail Alive After 5 in Bend, Music on the Green in Redmond and Picnic in the Park in Prineville.

–The Bend Summer Festival will be crawling with bands all weekend, including Toad the Wet Sprocket, Ottmar Liebert, Night Ranger, Coco Montoya, The Dirt Drifters, Luce, Mosley Wotta and tons of locals.

–The Bend Metal Fest gathers five solid local metal band for a night of headbanging tonight at the Domino Room.

Elsewhere in this week’s music section: Washington bluegrassers Polecat play twice, gifted Portland MC Illmaculate visits Madhappy Lounge, a roving group of Accordion Babes invades McMenamins, The Barn in Sisters hosts a fundraiser for the High & Dry Bluegrass Festival, and a Last Band Standing update.

Big weekend out there. Have fun, y’all!

June 19 in GO! Magazine

Friday, June 19th, 2009

Good morning music fans in Central Oregon and beyond! Do you want newspaper articles about musicians playing in and around the region? Hope so, ‘cause we’ve got ‘em. Here’s what you’ll find in this week’s GO! Magazine:

-Eugene bluesman Jesse Meade is playing at Silver Moon Brewing, and my colleague Marielle Gallagher tells you everything you need to know about him.

-Texas folk singer Eric Taylor performs at a home near Sisters and an old church in the ghost town of Richmond.

Music on the Green cranks back up in Redmond this week.

-Two old favorites, Blue Turtle Seduction and Hillstomp, are back in town this weekend.

-Acoustic reggae dude Trevor Hall plays at Silver Moon Sunday.

As always, subscribers to The Bulletin’s Web site can get to all of those stories, but non-subscribers will run into some problems.