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4th Annual Winter Music Festival

February 18, 2017 @ 6:00 pm

$20 Cover charge

This event is a canned food drive for for Food For Lane County! Please bring a donation!

6 Bands, one building, 1 ticket price gets folks access to six different bands with a unique style of music in each room.

This event will sell out!

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Etta James Tribute

A fitting tribute to one of the most dynamic soul singers of all time. Etta James started as a gospel prodigy 1946 at St. Paul Baptist Church. Inducted into the music Hall of Fame in 1993 Etta James delighted the world with her raw and heartfelt style as she told stories through her music whether it was gospel, jazz, R&B or rock ‘n roll.

Celebrating her life with her music is an incredible cast of powerhouse female vocalists including, Vicki Stevens, Karen lovely, Joanne Broh, Barbara Healy, Lynda Duffy and Deb Cleveland. Equally impressive is the band backing up these lovely ladies and it includes Paul Biondi, Gus Russel, Justin Schepige, Claudia Paige and Ben Rice.

This will be one to remember. You won’t want to miss this incredible performance.


Ty Curtis

Ty is a two time winner of the CBA Curtis Salgado male vocalist award and just recently open for Robert Cray. ” Watch out for Ty Curtis.” He is a strong up and coming artist with a lot to say” says Robert Cray’s tour manager Tim Aller. Ty has been featured on Festival stages in a larger capacity clubs, where exuberant response is not limited to just the audience. World renowned artists have come away impressed, and Ty has shared the stage and opened for Robert Cray, Erik Gales, Chris Cain, Walter Trout, Roy Rogers, Coco Montoya, the Doobie Brothers, George Thorogood, Tommy Castro and many more. Perhaps the late great Paul Delay said it best about Ty Curtis. ” He plays it like a young man should-straight ahead and from the heart.”

Colonial Inn Room

Etouffee   ( Cajun Swamp Rock )

This is music that will roll you down bourbon street or lead you into the darkest swamps, music so imenently danceable that almost no one, young or old can resist.

Kelly Thibedeau is absolutely amazing on the electric fiddle. His unique style and energy are infectous.

Kelly and Etouffee have shared the stage with Elvin Bishop, Charlie Musselwhite, Cutis Salgado, The Marshal Tucker Band, Joe Lewis Walker and Savoy Brown to name a few.

Colonial Inn Room

The Heavy Chevy Band

Heavy Chevy features the one-two-three punch of Darcy Lee’s award-winning volcanic vocals, Janie Smith’s screaming sax, and Brian Chevalier’s electric and slide guitars along with a hot 10-button squeezebox. Janie and Brian jam and weave their powerful instrumental sounds around Darcy’s unforgettable voice, creating a musical tension and release that is not to be missed! Heavy Chevy cooks up a hot jambalaya of soul, funk, classic rock, electric blues, Mississippi hill-stomp and zydeco. Michael Axel Fleming and Tom Martin comprise the live act’s rhythm section with a fatback groove, deep and thick and butt-wagging, keeping the music and the dancers jumping at every show.

After three-plus years and over 400 gigs (including professional jams, benefits and private functions), Heavy Chevy’s emotional, blues-genre-spanning album of new songs delivers some Motown-funk meets Mississippi-Hillstomp bleeding into soul-searing torch-tune house-rockers with Darcy Lee’s voice sounding like Etta James channeling Adele and Aretha Franklin, backed by Chevalier’s guitar-licking sounds of Albert Collins mixed with Stevie Ray, Keith Richards and slide-master Hound Dog Taylor, topped by Janie Smith’s overwhelming saxophone presence that stabs your heart, sweeps you up and carries you off. Heavy Chevy delivers new old-school music with love and intensity.

Mac’s Nightclub

Soul Restoration Project

Super high energy band that will revitalize the Soul! Full body grooving, rump shaking,

soul music from the 60’s and 70’s.

A few tunes include Arthur Conley’s “Funky Street” and “Sweet Soul Music”, Etta James

“Watch Dog”, The Temptations ” Aint’t too proud to beg”, Stevie Wonder’s ” I Wish” and “Signed Sealed Delivered”, and many more.

Mac’s Nightclub

Motown Revue

The Motown Revue had its genesis at the Jazz Station in April 2013, under the moniker “All That Jazz & Blues Visits Motown.”

They’ve been busy performing and expanding their repertoire of Motown favorites. Now they’re back and better than ever, featuring songs you know, including: – Come See About Me – Your Love is Lifting Me Higher! – People, Get Ready – How Sweet It Is

The “Best of Our Love” Motown Revue features: Nancy Evergreen and Joanne Broh, vocals Darlene Jackson, congas and vocals Gus Russell, piano Michael Anderson, guitar Byron Case, bass Theo Halpert, drums Linda Kanter, sax

Saturday February 18, 2017

  • $ 20.00 Advance Ticket gets you in the building.
  • $ 25.00 At the door if available. Will sell this event out at 700 Tickets.

We expect this event to sell out! get your tickets now!

  • Access to all shows until rooms reach capacity.
  • First come first serve, absolutely no reservations for any rooms.
  • Doors open at 6:00 PM
  • The first band will start at 7:00 PM


February 18, 2017
6:00 pm
$20 Cover Charge


Mac’s Nightclub
1626 Willamette St
Eugene, OR 97401 United States
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