Sleep Inn & Suites
1847 N HWY 97
Redmond, OR 97756
Phone: (541) 504-1500
Fax: (541) 504-1511
1847 N HWY 97, Redmond, OR, US, 97756
- Phone: (541) 504-1500
- Fax: (541) 504-1511
September 20, 2014 1:00 PM
We Are Augustines is an indie rock band from Brooklyn that rose out of the ashes of now-defunct indie rock band Pela, in 2010. The band's debut album, Rise Ye Sunken Ships, was actually slated to be the second studio album for the band Pela, but was released digitally under We Are Augustines to substantial critical acclaim in 2011. Still riding its early wave of success, We Are Augstines dropped its first EP Rock the Vote, in 2012.
September 22, 2014 6:00 PM
Heart was one of the first mainstream rock bands where women were in complete creative control. That being said, it's hard to downplay the legacy that the band has left in its wake. The group rose to success in the mid '70s with a slew of radio friendly hits that boosted the group to international stardom and even though the Seattle, Washington-based group has seen its fair share of music business woes, Heart is still performing. Little known fact: several bands from the Seattle grunge scene (including Soundgarden, Alice in Chains and Pearl Jam) recorded at Heart's Bad Animals recording studio in Seattle, further proving the influence Heart continues to have on the music industry.
September 26, 2014 6:00 PM
September 30, 2014 7:00 PM
October 05, 2014 8:00 PM
Dropkick Murphys is a band that formed in Boston, in 1996. The Celtic punk band blends folk and hardcore rock into a unique musical blend. Comprised of Al Barr, Ken Casey, Matt Kelly, James Lynch, Tim Brennan, Jeff DaRosa, Scruffy Wallace, the Dropkick Murphy's released its first album, Do or Die, in 1998 and has managed to become popular amongst fans of Celtic-infused punk music.
October 14, 2014 9:00 PM
Formerly known as The Ivy League, Mad Caddies are a 5-piece ska band based out of Santa Barbara, CA. Formed in high school, the band was signed almost immediately after graduation and released a debut album that received enough acclaim to grab the attention of Fat Mike, of NOFX, who signed the group to his label Fat Wreck Chords. The group continued to grow its fan base and is still touring and releasing new albums today.
October 17, 2014
Quite the anomaly, Matisyahu is an American Hasidic Jewish reggae musician. He first started making music in 2000 and achieved mainstream success with the release of "King Without a Crown," a single that would go on to receive attention in the U.S. top 40 charts. It might seem like a contradiction for a devout Jew to devote himself to reggae and hip-hop stylings, and though his rabbi likely doesn't approve, Matisyahu is able to pull it off and sound completely original doing it.
October 24, 2014 9:00 PM
Moonalice is a San Francisco Bay Area-based jam band that was founded in 2007.Though the group released its well-received debut album in 2009, Moonalice has primarily built a name for itself as a live band with engaging concerts that typically feature extended, improvised instrumental jams.
November 04, 2014 8:00 PM
Method Man, born Clifford Smith in 1971, is an American rapper, actor and entertainer out of Staten Island, New York. An original member of the legendary hip hop group Wu-Tang Clan, Method Man has since embarked on success as an indpendent artist, producing solo albums and collaborations to acclaim within the hip hop community and beyond. He also brags an impressive resume of acting credits, starring in the feature film How High and making television appearances on such shows as The Wire, Oz, The Twilight Zone and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
November 15, 2014 7:30 PM
Cozily working within the confines of folk, country and pop, Gretchen Peters is a Grammy-nominated American singer/songwriter originally from New York and Colorado. She moved to Nashville in 1988, fully adapting to the opportunities presented to her by one of America's prominent music capitals. In addition to penning songs for beloved artists such as George Strait, Neil Diamond, Trisha Yearwood and Etta James, Peters has maintained a solo career of her own, releasing a handful of albums starting in 1996. In 1995, she won "Song of the Year" at the Country Music Association's awards for "Independence Day," a tune she wrote for Martina McBride.