Labor Day Weekend
Music along the Central Coast
Saturday Night Live
September 1 2012
With some of the of the most spectacular Ocean viewing in the world the coast of Oregon also features world class entertainment! Of course summer is especially packed with touring and local talent culminating with Labor Day Weekend with shows in just about every venue. From up and down the central coast we bring three choice venues and bands scheduled for this Labor day Weekend.
Driftwood Inn in Yachats Richwood an acoustic duo (Click link) Acoustic Crossover Americana meets Indy Folk Rock with a ruckus backbeat of driving rhythms, intertwined harmonies, and soulful leads.
Roadhouse 101 in Lincoln City DK Stewart Quartet Chicago blues, East Coast Swing and rockin’ boogie woogie.
Blues pianist and singer D.K. Stewart, a Hall of Fame Cascade Blues Association Muddy Award winner heads up this kickin band.
The Roadhouse is a great place for live music. Focused towards Blues they bring in national and international groups and help bands from the Oregon get a start. Their commitment to live music is refreshing.
San Dune Pub in Manzanita Featuring the Led Zeppelin tribute band Ramble On
Four musicians who grew up with the music of Led Zeppelin: Steve Adams (Jimmy Page), Chael Emmett (John Paul Jones), Merrill Hale (John Bonham), and Rich Ray (Robert Plant)– based out of Portland.
Sand Dune Pub is another coastal venue with a vibe that goes beyond just trying to make a buck and is a a true supporter of live music. Plus they serve these sweet potato fries, I had never had sweet potatoes, don’t really like sweet potatoes. I LOVE THE FRIES AND DIP.
30 Second video of Tillomook Rock Lighthouse
This is a spectacular sight with storm sized waves. Cannon Beach and Ecola State Park.