Winterfolk 23 ~ Benefit for Sisters of the Road

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KBOO is a proud media sponsor for Sisters of the Road's Winterfolk 23

Please join us February 5th for Winterfolk 23

 

 
This year, our headliner is Tracy Grammer. Tracy blazed new acoustic trails and put Portland on the map in the folk music world, with her musical partner, Dave Carter.  Since Dave’s passing in 2001, Tracy has continued to tour nationally and internationally, and her albums consistently place at the top of the Americana radio charts across the U.S. Watch Tracy perform Blue Wing.

And don’t forget to buy your raffle tickets for a chance to win a Taylor 615 Jumbo guitar! Click here for details.

Tickets are on sale now for $28 in advance and $30 at the door, and can be purchased at the Aladdin Theater Box Office and through Ticketmaster.

Check out our guitar raffle!



Winterfolk 23 will also feature:

Chris Kokesh and Lincoln Crockett – Chris is known from her work with Misty River, and has also been a winner of the Sisters, Oregon songwriting competition. Chris is joined by Lincoln on mandolin and guitar.

Doug Smith – This Grammy award winner was featured in the movie August Rush, and is a winner of the prestigious Winfield, Kansas fingerpicking competition.

Beth Wood – Recently featured on OPB’s Artbeat, Beth was a well-established artist in Austin, Texas who moved to Oregon in 2008.


Tom May
– The founder and Artistic Director of Winterfolk will again be joined by old friends Fuzzy Purcell and Donny Wright.

Duncan Phillips and friends – For the better part of 15 years, Utah Phillips headlined Winterfolk. This year, his son is releasing a CD highlighting Utah’s considerable songwriting contributions to the folk world. Duncan will be joined by Kate MacLeod, Doug Wintch and Gigi Love to present songs from the collection.


Joe Hickerson –  Joe is a long time archivist for the Smithsonian collection of folk instruments and music in Washington D.C., and is celebrating his 50th anniversary in the music business.

 

Buy your tickets for our 16th annual Guitar Raffle

Just $10 each!

Win a magnificent Taylor 615 Jumbo guitar! (Retail $3,950). A signature quality of Big Leaf maple — besides its crisp, bright tone — is its ability to cut through on stage. As a result, you’ll find many 600 Series® guitars in live performance situations, easily able to hold their own with the rest of the band. The 600 Series is a visual standout, too:  this amazing guitar has a Sitka Spruce top, Big Leaf Maple back and sides, Cutaway and Expression System Pickup.

Guitar  Fretboard  Taylor 615 Jumbo

Tickets must be purchased in person and are on sale now at Artichoke Music, 3130 SE Hawthorne; Portland Fretworks, 3027 NE Alberta; or Sisters’ office, 618 NW Davis. See this incredible guitar on display at Artichoke Music.

This raffle includes one day (10 hours) of recording time at Billy Oskay’s Big Red Studio, valued at $750.

The total value of this raffle is $4,700.

Winner is responsible for all applicable taxes; winner need not be present to win. Winning ticket will be drawn at 9 pm Saturday, February 5th, 2011 at the Aladdin Theater, 3017 SE Milwaukie Avenue, Portland, Oregon.

 

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