Enjoy our
local talent

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Saturday 7/17 (Starting at 6:30pm)

Tom Mann has been playing guitar since he was 11, writing his first song at 23.  While in the Airforce, stationed in Germany, Tom won a base talent contest and played in a country band.  His band opened for Bobby Bare, Shelly West and Charlie Daniels. After 12 years Tom left the Airforce, recorded his first CD, and during the KUPL Country Fest Tom and his band opened for Keith Urban, LeAnn Rimes, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Jeff Bates, and Restless Heart. 



Saturday 7/31 (Starting at 6:30pm)

Gabriel Hess is a singer/songwriter based out of Portland Oregon. Gabe Has had a love for music ever since he was a young child and his mother first taught him how to sing harmonies around the kitchen table. Since then, Gabe has gone on to develop a passion for musical improvisation in a variety of genres. His original compositions are spiced with everything from traditional blue grass to modern soul. Gabe is currently working on recording his freshman album with his back-up group "The Babes" and the album is expected to be released in spring of 2017. Gabriel would like to sincerely thank all of his family, friends, and fans for their continued support as he lives out his dream of making music for the people of planet earth. 



Friday 8/6 (Starting at 6:30pm)

Jeff Hill is an appreciator of a well written song. The genre makes no difference. His music runs the spectrum of old to new, country to rock. So come out, sing along if you know the words, relax and enjoy an evening of music.


Saturday 8/7 (Starting at 6:30pm)

A Vancouver resident, Robby Mayer has been playing music professionally for the past 3 years. However, he has been writing songs and teaching himself how to play multiple instruments for the past 10 years. Robby's influences include Neil Young, REM, Pink Floyd, and Peter, Paul & Mary. Robby specializes in live looping and is known as the "super looper".


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Saturday 8/14 (Starting at 6:30pm)

Raeann Phillips is a singer and songwriter who once heard, is not easily forgotten. She brings a professional, easy going, inclusive energy to every performance. Her passion is to bring joy, laughter and healing to the audience through music. Having performed many private functions, weddings, and public venues over the years, she uses her experience to read a crowd and  is happy to accommodate audience requests. She spent 10 years as the lead singer for the Top 40 dance band Raeann's Groove, opening for such popular artists as Joan Jett, Loverboy, Three Dog Night, and The Spinners. As a solo artist she opened for Blake Shelton after winning the state finals of the Colgate Country Showdown at the 2009 Washington State Fair.


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Saturday 8/21 (Starting at 6:30pm)

Dan Dingman fell in love with music as a toddler, and has been playing guitar and entertaining people since the age of 7.  His tasty guitar work coupled with his strong, clear voice makes him a joy to experience.  He has the unique ability to take the songs you remember, and make them all his own.  Come on out for a memorable evening...


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Saturday 9/18 (Starting at 6:30pm)

Élan is a multi-genre instrumentalist, vocalist, and one-man band whose musical performances are as varied as his musical tastes.  His original songs blend elements of rock, pop, jazz, blues and hip-hop into a fusion of sounds with something for everyone to like.


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Saturday 9/25 (Starting at 6:30pm)

Michael McCabe performs fingerstyle arrangements of pop songs, jazz standards, blues, classical, vintage rock, his original songs, and tracks from his release “Amor”. His music is heard on Pandora. iHeartRadio, Spotify, The Onion, iTunes, etc.


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Saturday 10/2 (Starting at 6:30pm)

David Rogers Fuses classical, jazz, early, and world music elements into powerful, moving and virtuosic performances based on both original and traditional repertoire. Recently termed ‘a prominent guitarist’ by the New York Times. The Washington Post has praised his ‘astonishingly florid’ improvisations. He has been called a 'modern master of the classical guitar' by 20th Century Guitar. Classics today.com has praised his ‘first rate instrumental artistry,’ and the Lute Society of America Quarterly has called his technique ‘formidable.’