Saturday February 16, 2019
$5 of every ticket go to benefit for A Family For Every Child
$ 30.00 Advance Ticket gets you in the building.
$ 35.00 At the door if available. Will sell this event out at 700 Tickets.
All Sales Final
We expect this event to sell out! get your tickets now!
Tickets get you access to all shows until rooms reach capacity.
First come first serve, absolutely no reservations for any rooms.
Doors open at 6:00 PM
Opening band will start at 7:15 PM
Full menu will be available in Mac’s, Limited menus available in other two rooms.
Satin Love Orchestra
Playing sold out shows since the late 1997, SLO has never lost it’s loyal following of disco fanatics. Their eclectic mix of hard-driving dance hits has included hits from Earth Wind and Fire, The Bee Gees, KC and the Sunshine Band, and other legends of the 70’s and 80’s. From the beginning SLO has enjoyed being booked to headline events including the Fort Vancouver Freedom Festival, Eugene Celebration, Bite of Salem, and Art and the Vineyard. The Eugene based, 11 member disco/funk group packs every show with as much adrenaline as any party animal can stand, and their appearance features a metallic 70’s inspired wardrobe with no flare to spare. From their first performance at Eugene’s Wild Duck Brewery, it was clear that SLO was no ordinary band. They often make their entrance in a white stretch limousine, which drove through a side access and right onto the dance floor, bathed in a swirl of disco lights. This bit has become the bands’ well-known trademark, and the crowd eats it up. When the music starts, it’s no question of whether the music will sound as quality as they look. Full of serious gigging musicians, SLO loves to bring the funk right. SLO’s sound is anchored by the fabulous voice of singer Matthew Love, rising above thick, jammin’ dance grooves with an unending energy. Female vocalists Shelley James and Rica Wright help Matt create a power trio of vocals. Together the three leads belt out 3 part harmonies with remarkable clarity. Mr. CCman who plays bass, and percussion, steps out and thrills the crowd with dance routines which include pop lock, break dance and acrobatics. Keyboardist Mo’Fessor adds additional vocal harmonies and perfect keyboard rhythms. Guitarist, Joey Captain Crunch, nails all of the famous guitar parts, and at times steers his sound away from traditional toward his signature blazing “groovy metal” sound. It is quite unreal. Horn players, Ross Warren, Ryan Warren and Dana Heitman, deliver sweet bursts of brass, reminiscent of the disco era, while DRide and veteran drummer, Jason “Wonder”Palmer round out SLO’s polished rhythm section which includes 3 rotating bass players in the ensemble. Some of SLO’s memorable shows include fundraisers for the Child Center, American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity. Venues include the Wild Duck Music Hall, The Filbert Fest, Valley River Inn new Year’s Eve, Art in the Vineyard, Lane County Fair, Habitat for Humanity, C.O.B.R.A., Oregon Country Fair, and the Las Vegas Hilton.
Shelley James Music Box
Shelley James and Callan Coleman are a Eugene-based married singing and songwriting duo creating uplifting rock and gospel. On a mission to unite people of all backgrounds and cultures through their lives and music, they grace us with performances in Eugene and represent Eugene wherever their travels may take them.
Colonial Inn Room
Redneck Mother is a cover band from Eugene Oregon. Formed in early 2014 by members Jason Johnson, Joel McCombs, David Vargas and Dan Liebersbach.
Colonial Inn Room
The Fiddlin’ Sue Band
The Fiddlin’ Big Sue Band is Sue and Tom Hunnel and Janet Nelson. More than three decades of fiddlin’ and pickin’ good old time music for a good old time has been the bands mainstay. Rooted in Old Time Fiddling, Bluegrass and Newgrass the banc presents a wide variation of many styles of music including their own, “SueGrass”. Music for the whole family with toe tapping and hand slapping results in a “Good Old Time” for everyone! The group has performed in over a 1,000 venues, 8 states and 7 countries in the last thirty years. 12 live musicals, 2 vinyl lp’s, 2 cassettes and a variety of CD’s featuring live cuts from many different performances.
From 1974 to 1984 the band played under the “Whiskey Creek String Band” flag. Next they became “Fiddlin’ Big Sue, Uncle T & Johnny” group until 2004. From 2004 ’till 2008. The duo has performed with local groups such as The Poodle Creek Picker’s and Sweet Papa Low Down as well as many other local musicians and bands. They have opened for Asleep at the Wheel, Doc Watson, Byron Berlin, Ricky Skaggs and more
Fiddlin’ Big Sue from Eugene, Oregon. She has lived and worked here since 1975. Ten years on the road with The Whiskey Creek String Band, 20 years as the Fiddlin’ Big Sue, Uncle T & Johnny Band mixed in with recording, musicals, concerts, quest artist on recording, TV commercials and Radio Promos and more. You can always count on her for something different, exciting and powerful.
Tom “Uncle T” Hunnel picks the guitar, mandolin, and tenor banjo for your listening pleasure. Most of the lead vocals fall to Uncle T and quite a bit of the stage chatter seems to emanate from his microphone. We are trying to get him to stop joking around but I think he is too far over the edge.
Janet Nelson cut her musical teeth in the jazz and blues scene of Eugene, Or and has been playing in the Pacific Northwest since 1980. Working with duos, bands and as a solo musician, she enjoys a wide range of genres and musical styles, and has found a new home with the Fiddlin’ Big Sue Band.
The Hank Shreve Band
Hank Shreve began playing harmonica at the age of 8 and has established himself as a major harmonica talent on the blues scene in the Pacific Northwest. Between the age of 8 – 18, he became proficient on other instruments such as Drums, Keyboards, Guitar, Dobro , Lap-Steel and Vocals,
Hank won the Northwest Harmonica Championship in 2008 and CBA’s Muddy Award for Best Harmonica in 2009 and 2013. Hank has performed at the Toronto Jazz Festival and the Cognac Blues Passions in France with Karen Lovely, and Seattle’s Bumper Shoot with Magic Dick and Lee Oskar. In November 2018, Hank will teach at the Jason Ricci/Winslow Yerxa Harmonica Collective, in New Orleans, with John Nemeth and Rick Estrin.
Hank has shared the stage with delta-blues legend Honeyboy Edwards, Smash Mouth, Merle Haggard, Norton Buffalo, Gregg Rolie, Marcia Ball, Sista Monica Parker, Amy Clawson & Pam Tillis, Terry Robb, Magic Dick, Lee Oskar, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Karen Lovely, Deanna Bogart, Roger Fisher (from Heart), Curtis Salgado, DK Stewart, Lloyd Jones, Paul deLay and many other well-known national and international acts.
Hank and his band, (The Hank Shreve Band) have performed at numerous notable venues/events such as The Waterfront Blues Festival, Big Sky Blues Festival, Fourth At The Fort Festival, Willamette Blues/Brews Festival, Eugene Celebration, Oregon State Fair, Highway 99 Blues Club (Seattle), Jazzbones (Tacoma), Sasquatch Brewfest (Eugene)….The Hank Shreve Band has won the CBA’s Muddy Award for Best New Act 2012, and Best Regional Act 2013, 2014, & 2016.
Apart from being one of Eugene, Oregon’s respected and well-known musicians, Hank is an official Artist-In-Residency at Music Masters in South Eugene where he teaches music with a curriculum that includes Harmonica, Drums, Guitar, Lap-Steel and Piano.
Inner Limits is an energetic blues/funk/rock group that weaves original material and unique arrangements of solid classic blues and rock songs into each set. The group frequently headlines regional craft beer and music festivals and keeps a busy performance schedule at wineries, breweries and casinos. The band consists of Jesse Greenlee on drums/vocals, Olem Alves on guitar/vocals and Torrey Newhart on keyboards/vocals.