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This week in GO! Magazine’s music section

Friday, July 5th, 2013

– Colorado electro-jam band The Motet kicks off Bend’s annual Munch & Music summer concert series on Thursday. My colleague David Jasper spoke to ‘em and filed this report.

– In a much-too-short Feedback column, I bid farewell to The Horned Hand.

Also in the section: Portland’s Y La Bamba brings Mexican-influenced indie-folk to the backstage area at Les Schwab Amphitheater, guitar virtuoso Albert Lee visits the Tower Theatre, Juno What?! plans to synth-funk up The Annex, Marv and Rindy Ross play at Maragas Winery, Eugene acid-jazz outfit Eleven Eyes does two shows in town and more.

This week in GO! Magazine’s music section

Friday, June 22nd, 2012

There’s so much solid live music in Central Oregon this weekend, it spilled out of the music section in GO! Magazine and into the Bite of Bend cover story and the Fine Arts section.

Seriously, if you’re even a casual fan of rootsy music — folk, Americana, country, jammy bluegrass, y’allternative, etc. — you really should scroll down, give some of these artists a listen, click the band names to read about them, and go out and see ‘em play this week.

Leftover Salmon
Thursday at the Athletic Club of Bend

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This week in GO! Magazine’s music section

Friday, February 11th, 2011

Hi friends! It’s time for a short but action-packed recap of what’s in the music section of today’s GO! Magazine.

Underground hip-hop heads have lots to choose from this weekend. Read about Del the Funky Homosapien here and Busdriver here.

The middle three days of next week will be abnormally busy and diverse as reggae artist Ky-Mani Marley, Portland folk band Y La Bamba and country traditionalist Marty Stuart play in Bend. Click here to read about all three of them.

I also want to highlight an opportunity to hear some African music with the Dusu Mali Band visiting Silver Moon. Beyond that, we’ve got Tuck and Roll, No Cash Value and Antique Scream at Players, StillFear and Tentareign at Grover’s, a busy week at The Marilyn, the Two/Thirds Trio playing a couple of jazz shows, and Todd Haaby playing a benefit show for a Summit High School band. Click here to see the whole music section.