Originally from Portland, Oregon, Katelyn Convery spent seven years living in South Korea, Spain and South Africa. Her exposure to culturally diverse styles of music has greatly influenced her songwriting, which often explores the hopeful space that lies between beginning and arriving. Upbeat, ska-like rhythms, paired with folk/pop song structures and a sprinkle of jazz form the musical backbone, which she breathes to life with her soulful voice and lyrics.
Three Pound Note plays traditional Welsh, Cornish and English folk music featuring two ex-pats of Welsh descent from the UK, Andrea Wild & Hugh Glanville. Sea chanties, ballads with vocal harmonies, guitar & mandolin.
GAEA music is soul energy healing through vibration. Vocalist Cherita Meadows and cellist Martin Watkinson come together to create music and beauty.
Enjoy kids music for the whole family! Tallulah’s Daddy will play from 9:00 to 10:45, and Steve Cooper & Friends will follow, playing from 10:45 to 12:30.
Sky in the Road creates music with an organic feel that reflects their unique native Oregonian perspective. They describe their music as folk-based winding its way through Americana, country, Celtic, world folk, gypsy jazz, new age, rock, reggae and more. Known for their tight, soaring vocal harmonies they fill out their sound with a variety of instrumentation including 6 and 12 string guitar, Irish bouzouki, banjo and East Indian harmonium.
Choro de Alegria is a Portland-based ensemble dedicated to playing wonderful melodies of various Brazilian composers. The group draws much inspiration from the genre “Choro” (also called chorinho) which has been loosely called “Brazilian ragtime”
The Rose City Banjoliers band was formed in 1972 and consists primarily of plectrum and tenor banjos, tubas and washboards. The Banjoliers’ toe-tapping music, ranging from gay nineties to popular tunes, is fashioned after the style of Eddy Peabody.