Crow & The Canyon With Three For Silver Under The Same Roof!

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The Beery House says
A warm welcome to the acoustic folk quartet from Portland, OR
"Crow & The Canyon are a band with a future. They have a good look, they’re affable and easy-going on stage and the most important thing, (obviously) they sound tremendous.

All of the signifiers of a fantastic night of pickin’ were there: sad songs, drinking songs, dancing songs and of course: heartbreak songs. Austin Quattlebaum, Ben Larsen and Leigh Jones are all accomplished vocalists and players in their own right, but when on stage together they meld into something transfixing. The group went from rowdy, old school drinking numbers where they traded lines and harmonized wonderfully, to slower numbers were Jones played siren to every wistful (wishful?) single fella in the audience.

Featuring a Portland music scene vet in Ben Larsen, an Appalachia-via-Savannah, GA Southerner in Austin Quattlebaum, a bassist who cut his teeth in Santa Cruz’s funk scene in Miles Berry and Leigh Jones, an NYU-educated ukulele player, The Crow & The Canyon’s lineup is quite a bit more diverse than most. It’s also a very Portland lineup, as part of what makes this wonderful city so amazing is the fact that it serves as a beacon for creative types to come together in an environment conducive to producing art. I can’t help but postulate that such a varied background has something to do with the “it” that TC&TC have in spades."
-Donovan Farley, True Blue Magazine

Happy to welcome back not just another, acoustic folk quartet from Portland, OR
Three For Silver runs off the friction of opposing forces. Thunderous bass and dreamy melody, baritone growl and smooth soprano, new music and timeworn style. The band creates a sound that is both wholly unique and yet familiar. If it's retro, no one has found its time period. If it's folk music, no one has found its country of origin.

One of our favorite potlucks of the year, just before Thanksgiving! Here's a chance to try out those gorgeous, succulent treats before presenting them on Thanksgiving Day.
Potluck at 6:30.
Music starts at 8, donations, only. I suggest $5-$15, but, as you know, no one has ever been turned away. You can not find the Beery House experience anywhere else!
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By: The Beery House

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