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This week in GO! Magazine’s music section

Friday, June 7th, 2013

Beat the heat with some articles about live music happening in Central Oregon over the next seven days!

– Portland’s Tango Alpha Tango will celebrate the release of its new album “Black Cloud” with a show next week at McMenamins Old St. Francis School. My colleague David Jasper spoke with one of ‘em about Led Zeppelin and some other stuff. Read it here.

Elsewhere in the music section: local Latin dance band Chiringa begins its summer residency at Silver Moon, Liquid Lounge hosts a reggae show by Jah Sun and Dubtonic Kru, blues-rocker Hobbs Magaret says farewell to Central Oregon at The Belfry (he’s moving to San Francisco), Black Pussy and Silvero get heavy Saturday night at The Horned Hand, plus Georges Bouhey’s new jazz series, the Charles Button Band at County Catering, The Changing Colors, Chris Beland and more.

This week in GO! Magazine’s music section

Friday, July 27th, 2012

As always, there’s lots of live music to hear in Central Oregon this week. Here are a bunch of stories that aren’t about a Portland music festival that’s still more than a week away:

– The iconic blues-jam band Hot Tuna comes to the Tower Theatre next week. Here’s our interview with legendary guitarist Jorma Kaukonen.

– Longtime local DJ Harlo (aka Jason Harlowe) is both celebrating a new CD and saying farewell to Bend tonight at the Astro Lounge. He’s moving to the Portland area.

Elsewhere in this week’s music section: Big Head Todd & The Monsters visit the Athletic Club of Bend, What The Festival?! brings electronic stars to White River Canyon, Parrilla Grill hosts the Moon Mountain Ramblers, Paul Thorn plays a free show at Les Schwab Amphitheater, Tango Alpha Tango comes to McMenamins, and the Northwest Best series kicks off at Liquid Lounge with The Melodramatics and Necktie Killer. Plus, all-events passes to the Sisters Folk Festival are getting ready to jump in price, so grab ‘em now. Oh, and Chris Young, Uncle Kracker, former Bad Company singer Brian Howe and Hot Chelle Rae are playing shows at the Deschutes County Fair.