Live Music in Underwood

Live music outdoors on our lawn with a mountain view and tasty wine! 

Join us every Friday from 4-6 pm at our Underwood tasting room and rock out while sipping in the sunshine.

Reservations are highly recommended.  Please click HERE to reserve your table.  We offer wine by the glass or bottle purchases during live music.  No tastings available, if you would like to come in for a wine tastings, please schedule at another time. 

May 24th:  County Line

COUNTYLINE is a Columbia River Gorge based quartet playing an original mix of roots-rock and Americana music. The line-up includes Kerry Williams on mandolin and guitar, Jeremy Hadden on bass, Tim Ortlieb on drums, and songwriter Matt Mesa on guitar. The band focuses on original songs with some fiery picking and harmony vocals. They are heavily influenced by such luminaries as Steve Earle, Guy Clark, Townes Van Zandt, John Prine, Son Volt, Wilco…well, you get the idea.

May 25th:  Heart and Hammer

Julianna Waters and Barry Crannell – award-winning seasoned songwriters who pull the audience into a quirky, intimate world with rich lyrics, engaging musicality, honest emotion and ribald humor. Guitars, clawhammer banjo, and ukulele give their lyrics life, and offer a glimpse into the hearts of this very special duo. Frequently joined by master mando picker, Kerry Williams – “the Nail.”

May 31st:  Robert Meade

Robert Meade’s a singer/songwriter, solo acoustic guitarist & vocalist who’s been living and performing throughout the Northwest area for over a decade. His brand of upbeat Rhythm ‘n’ Blues & Americana originals + singer/songwriter cover songs from the 60s-90s are bound to lift the spirit!

June 7th: Bob Connolly

Quick of wit, oozing with good natured humor, Cajun blood coursing through his veins, here is a musicians’ musician.

A many-faceted singer/songwriter whose name is synonymous with music to those who know or of him, music is the first thing that comes to mind when the name Bob Connolly is invoked.

Whether kickin out the jams with his band and filling many a dance floor through the years, or playing solo to a hushed crowd as his songs tell stories of love lost and gained as well as real or imagined personalities, Bob is the essence of music. This troubadour is ready at a moment to share his gift and it just flows from his soul.

June 14th: Amber Skies

Amber Skies is a delightfully entertaining duo performing originals and familiar covers. Amber Nelson and Mark Daly bring a uniquely diverse set of musical influences including folk, jazz, americana, and alt-indie. Their soulful harmonies and song arrangements are uniquely their own blend of fun.

June 21st: Al Hare

Born and raised in the beautiful Columbia River Gorge, singer-songwriter and guitarist Al Hare draws inspiration for his music from the majestic views of Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams, the incredibly scenic waterfalls along Interstate 84 through the Gorge, and from the green and gold hills that surround The Dalles, where Eagle Caves look down upon “Little Music City”.

Al’s performances display a comprehensive mastery of a very broad range
of styles. You will hear classic 90’s and newer Country, Rock from the 80’s to today, all colors of Blues spiced with modern Pop, and everything garnished with touches of Bluegrass, Jazz, and Reggae.

June 22nd: Scot and Rebecca: Wine Club Release Party

Longtime Columbia Gorge residents, Scot Bergeron and Rebecca Stonestreet perform classic folk-rock songs with a lively and energetic sound. The duo synergistically reaches audiences with toe-tapping and sing a long songs spanning four decades by favorites like John Denver, Neil Young, Eagles, Cat Stevens and more. Scot plays rhythm/lead guitar, harmonica and is the lead vocal while Rebecca backs him up with bass, percussion, and background vocals.

June 28th: Heart and Hammer

Julianna Waters and Barry Crannell – award-winning seasoned songwriters who pull the audience into a quirky, intimate world with rich lyrics, engaging musicality, honest emotion and ribald humor. Guitars, clawhammer banjo, and ukulele give their lyrics life, and offer a glimpse into the hearts of this very special duo. Frequently joined by master mando picker, Kerry Williams – “the Nail.”

July 5th:  Willey and Nelson Duo

Willy & Nelson will be playing as a duo. They are a “cover band” that plays the best music from the old “classics” to the “top hits” of today. A band with smooth harmonies.

July 12th: Tyson Huckins

Tyson is a soulful, unique musician whose crafted songwriting, melodic instrumentation, and dynamic vocals guide us through lyrical journeys of loss, triumph, life, and shared human experiences. His captivating work is proven to connect to audiences with an eclectic fusion of Soul, Folk, and Americana that retains timelessness and familiarity.

July 19th: Chic Preston

Chic Preston is one of the Gorge’s favorite and best known musicians, appearing in local venues solo or with various groups. He is fluent in many music styles from folk to jazz and is known for his highly personalized book of original songs.

July 20th: Alicia Viani:  Hawkins Open House Party!

Alicia Viani (vocals, guitar, and songwriting) and Mark Karwan (vocals, acoustic bass) comprise a duo, drawing on earlier professional music careers in other mediums (Alicia, classical oboe and Mark, classical, jazz, and rock bass). Their version of indie folk weaves in jazz, funk and americana influences with personal and provocative lyrics. Alicia and Mark play listening rooms, house concerts, music festivals, weddings and private events regionally in the Northwest and locally in Bend, Oregon. They deliver a rich, jazzy, funky, eclectic-folk listening experience.

Chic Preston is one of the Gorge’s favorite and best known musicians, appearing in local venues solo or with various groups. He is fluent in many music styles from folk to jazz and is known for his highly personalized book of original songs.

July 26th: John Bunzow

Portland Oregon native John Bunzow’s mix of eclectic musical influences – melding blues, country, rock and even jazz – have helped establish him as an original artist of heartfelt depth, substance and style.

He’s as likely to draw on his love of the music of country legend Merle Haggard or scuffling barroom bard Tom Waits, as he is the smooth R&B and soul of Marvin Gaye, the iconic folk wisdom of Bob Dylan, James Taylor, Ry Cooder or the blues of Albert King.

After beginning his musical career in the Northwest scene playing in popular all-original bands the Cowboy Angels, X-Angels and more for over two decades, John set his sights on songwriter heaven – Nashville – scoring a songwriting contract with EMI Nashville/Famous Music and a recording contract with Liberty/Capitol Records. He quickly found his services in big demand with Nashville recording artists and had the opportunity to write for and perform with some of country and rock music’s biggest names.

August 2nd:  Minda Lacy

Minda Lacy is a lyrically driven singer songwriter originally from the high desert town Silver City in SouthWest New Mexico. She currently resides in Portland Oregon where she is immersed in the unique, and rich music scene of the Pacific NorthWest. Minda has a preoccupation with time, death, and bugs. She toys with the balancing act of silliness and seriousness, and often approaches topics like mortality and suffering from a place of light hearted wit. She may spend too much time thinking about time, and is trapped in a perpetual paradox that she periodically digs herself out of through song writing. 

August 9th:  Megan Alder

Hailing from the Columbia River Gorge, Megan Alder is a vocal powerhouse performing upbeat swing and Americana music. She delivers her original songs with raw grit and soul.

Influenced by artists like Billie Holiday and Bonnie Raitt, Alder performs as a solo artist with live loops and kazoo flare. Her latest release, Quittin’ Time, features six original songs recorded live in Portland, OR. Quittin’ Time is available now on all platforms.

August 16th:  Brian Koch

Leo Moon is the solo incarnation of singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Brian Adrian Koch. California born and Oregon raised, Brian has been active in the Portland music scene since arriving in 2000. He is a current and founding member of indie rock band Blitzen Trapper and psychedelic folk duo Dead Lee. Appearing now as a solo acoustic performer, his minimal and haunting tunes are stripped down paeans to the glorious absurdities of life; harmonica spattered psalms to the void

August 23rd:  TBD

August 30th:  Willey and Nelson Trio

Willy & Nelson is a 3-piece “cover band” that plays the best music from the old “classics” to the “top hits” of today. A band with smooth harmonies.

August 31st:  Hwy 14

Hwy 14 is a trio that plays an eclectic mix of rock, blues, honky tonk, and an occasional ballad.

 

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