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Born in 1990, Pat Simmons, Jr. was a full decade past his dad’s heyday. That isn’t uncommon. Most children only learn about their parents’ antics—professional and otherwise—from hand-me-down stories and photographs from glory days. But when your dad’s profession and his work is nearly a household name, the impact is

  It’s been awhile since listeners have heard form Ashland based singer/songwriter Scott Garriott. Besides 2018’s covers album titled “Hay Bales and Chemtrails,” it has been over two years since Garriott released any new music. Besides some rumors circulating that he might be starting a new glam rock project, there
Allan Rayman - Stitch

Allan Rayman is a singer and songwriter who has released three projects – Hotel Allan, Roadhouse 01 and Courtney. With a headline tour of Europe coming up, his music is ready to reach a wider audience and Stitch will be the track to reach new fans for him. Although his
Lyrah: Down Low (stripped)

While the sultriness of her beautiful melody and stripped-down groove might remind you of Maggie Rogers, Lyrah gives voice and substance to a complicated situation, and presents the series of emotional steps that were taken in her erstwhile don’t-call-it-a-relationship as a collective sense of frustration. The message here is simple

No longer fresh-faced 90s rockers from San Francisco, but still Third Eye Blind provides a solid show, and over their three decades have amassed a solid fan base—many who filled the Britt Pavilion nearly all the way to their back fence on June 16. Along with them on the tour

  The only Porchfest Music Festival in Oregon takes attendees on a blast into the past to a time when friends became family over a glass of sweet tea, as the afternoon air was swirling with the harmonious notes of a fiddle’s strings and the summer sun had just risen
Brave - by Don Diablo and Jessie J

Brave is a beautiful anthem to self-empowerment, featuring the unbridled soul of Jessie J and the production expertise of Don Diablo, whose contributions to the evolution of future-house and other flavors of modern EDM are widely known. GRAMMY® Award-nominated songstress Jessie J cracked the Billboard Top 20 with her ambitious

“Folk is music for the people,” says Jacqui Aubert, one of the two founders of Ashland Folk Collective. She and her partner, Dan Sherrill, who also works for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, began the collective in 2017.  The focus is on “progressive” folk defined as original music by singer/songwriters predominantly.

Intuitive Compass is a band from Applegate, Oregon comprised of Jason Dea West and Aurelia Anne Cohen. Self-described as “Purveyors of ‘Original Western Folk Music,” Intuitive Compass plays straight-up folk music. With a lot of artists today attempting to take traditional forms of song and bend them into a modern
John The Blind: Hallelujah

Joining the sound of soul with electronic vocoder flair and a dance-club beat, John The Blind makes his breakout with this infectious paean to the body language of love. In that moment when the song takes hold of you, and it makes you move – that is when you give