Born in Wheeling, West Virginia in 1954, Grammy winning singer songwriter and multi- instrumentalist Tim O’Brien grew up singing in church and in school. After seeing Doc Watson on TV, became a lifelong devotee of old time and bluegrass music. Tim started touring nationally in 1978 with Colorado bluegrass band Hot Rize. His songs “Walk the Way the Wind Blows” and “Untold Stories” were bluegrass hits for Hot Rize, and country hits for Kathy Mattea. Soon more artists like Nickel Creek, Garth Brooks, and The Dixie Chicks covered his songs. Over the years, Tim has collaborated with his sister Mollie O’Brien, songwriter Darrell Scott, and noted old time musician Dirk Powell, as well as with Steve Earle, Mark Knopfler, Dan Auerbach and Sturgill Simpson.
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Darrell Scott comes from a musical family with a father who had him smitten with guitars by the age of 4, alongside a brother who played Jerry Reed style as well. From there, things only ramped up with literature and poetry endeavors while a student at Tufts University, along with playing his way through life. This would never change.
After recently touring with Robert Plant and the Zac Brown Band (2 years with each), and producing albums for Malcolm Holcomb and Guy Clark and being named “songwriter of the year” for both ASCAP and NSAI, these days find him roaming his Tennessee wilderness acreage hiking along the small river, creating delicious meals with food raised on his property and playing music. He often leads songwriting workshops to help people tell their own truths with their stories, and is as busy as always writing, producing, performing, and just plain fully immersing himself in life.
Paula Fuga and her band return to the Alberta Rose for a great evening of contemporary Hawaiian music.
Exquisite vocals, powerful lyrics and gorgeous melodies have earned Paula widespread critical praise and an incredibly dedicated fan base. She is complex, intelligent and real, her songwriting and performances filled with depth and passion. It is almost impossible to peg her into one genre — with a beautiful disposition, sweet island vibes and Jawaiian roots reggae in the mix, her music has been called modern Hawaiian soul. She is praised for her deep intensity and emotion with a personal style that is widely appealing, endearing audiences to her around the world.
Her first release Lilikoi earned her the Na Hoku Award (Hawai‘i’s “Grammy”) for Most Promising Artist of the Year in 2007. A blend of tradition and evolution, her music features soul and jazz–infused lyrics, seamlessly mixing English and Hawaiian languages, supporting herself on ‘ukulele with her 2-pc band, and an engaging voice that makes immediate connection with audiences.
Join us for a lively afternoon! You’ll enjoy videos made by PHAME artists over the last two years and the premiere of brand new PHAME films. Catch up with PHAME friends during intermission, grab a refreshing drink, and savor the debut of Chameleonica—our newest musical ensemble—performing live!
Or watch the Livestream online!Ticket Options:General Admission: $20Patron Admission*: $35Livestream Option: $20
*Patron Admission includes preferred seating, a stainless steel, branded PHAME cup to enjoy your beverage in, and many thanks from us for supporting PHAME!
Proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (including one booster, if eligible) is required at the door. Masks are highly encouraged when not eating or drinking.
This event is all ages, however anyone under the are of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
The Alberta Rose Theater is wheelchair accessible, with wheelchair accessible seating and restrooms. A quieter alcove is available to take a break. We want you to come and enjoy the show! Patrons who need to vocalize or move around are welcome, and patrons are welcome to leave and return to the theater as necessary.Arts for All tickets are available for $5 for Oregon Trail Card holders. Please reply to this email for the code to purchase your tickets online or call Jennifer at (503) 764-9718 ext. 7. Two tickets per Oregon Trail Card; purchasers must show Oregon Trail Card at the event.
Please contact Jennifer Thelander at (503) 764-9718 ext. 7 or at email@example.com.
This event will be IN PERSON at the Alberta Rose Theatre and also ONLINE ($15)
Scientists often work for decades to unlock the mysteries of our world and make our lives better. But when you’re trying to explain that amazing work to a wider audience, you’re lucky to have about 10 minutes (unless you’re Science on Tap, of course). At this very special Science on Tap, a behind-the-scenes look at how the folks behind the new OPB show “All Science. No Fiction.” communicate science. How do they pull off all the different things they do on camera to try to get you as excited about science in the Pacific Northwest as they are?
“All Science. No Fiction.“ uses whimsy, curiosity and fun to place a spotlight on PNW scientists and the work and they’re doing. These stories are about new marvels of technology, cutting edge solutions and inventions and grand ideas that pass the HCTC (Holy Crap That’s Cool!) test.
Jes Burns and Brandon Swanson are the production team behind “All Science. No Fiction.” Jes is a science reporter and producer for OPB’s Science & Environment unit. Brandon is a videographer and editor, working on OPB shows like Oregon Field Guide. They’ve worked in some places, won some awards, and really dig scientists and making videos about their work.
Tickets:$45.00 SUPPORTER: Premium seating, pint glass, and good feelings for supporting the program$35.00 VIP: Premium seating in the front several rows of the center section$25.00 GENERAL ADMISSION$15.00 STUDENT$15.00 ONLINE (tune into the live stream only)
Vaccine cards required and checked at entry. Masks are recommended (and subject to be required following any County mandate changes).
It's hard to imagine a musical experience that could be more soulful, ecstatic and stirring than the Sufi Qawwali of Fanna-Fi-Allah. This internationally renowned ensemble has been celebrated for its 22 years on the road, carrying the flame of tradition, devotion, and mysticism with them as they perform around the globe.“The ancient wisdom in their music is not only heard, but profoundly felt.”
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Oregon Humanities presents an onstage conversation about on the state of Black political power in Oregon with Joy Alise Davis, executive director at Imagine Black; Keith Jenkins, director of Southern Oregon Black Leaders, Activists, & Community Coalition; and Marcus LeGrand, vice-chair of Bend-La Pine Schools. Journalist Bruce Poinsette will facilitate the conversation.
General AdmissionPrice: $15
Conversation StarterPrice: $30
No CostTo make sure as many people as possible who want to attend are able to, some tickets are available at no cost. (More information below)
Joy Alise Davis has consulted on urban planning, urban design, and racial equity projects with government bureaus in Oregon for over five years. She is the founder of the award-winning Design + Culture Lab, a research-driven, urban-social enterprise that works at the intersection between identity and place. Currently, she serves as the president and executive director of Imagine Black, where she works to help our Black community imagine the alternatives they deserve and build political participation to achieve those alternatives.
Keith Jenkins was the deputy field director for We Count Oregon and is currently leading community outreach and political strategy for Southern Oregon Black Leaders, Activist, & Community Coalition (SOBLACC).
Marcus LeGrand is the Afrocentric Program coordinator and a professor of business and human development at Central Oregon Community College. He serves on the board of Bend-La Pine Schools and volunteers for numerous organizations. He is a Navy veteran who fought in the Persian Gulf and the father of a daughter and son.
Bruce Poinsette is a writer, educator, and community organizer whose work is primarily based in the Portland Metro Area. He hosts “The Blacktastic Adventure: A Virtual Exploration of Oregon’s Black Diaspora.” In addition to his professional writing work, Poinsette volunteers with Respond to Racism LO, a grassroots antiracism organization in his hometown of Lake Oswego.Review our Health & Safety Policies HERE
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