Sneakin’ Out and Dawn and the Dents

Sneakin' Out

Sneakin’ Out performs Friday night, December 14th, at Mock Crest Tavern. If you enjoy acoustic and alternative sounds, you won’t want to miss this group.

Members include:

  1. David Gerow  on mandolin
  2. Don Henson on percussion
  3.  Mike Cheddar Schmitt  on bass

Sneakin’ Out has opened for famous singers including kd lang, John Jorgenson and Pink Martini. Their CD, Train Wreck, is available to listen and purchase on My Space. Check them out at  Band.

Dawn and the DentsLet’s welcome Dawn and the Dents on Saturday night at 9 p.m! If you enjoy a mix of blues, country and rock then make plans to attend.

Dawn Fitzgerald – Vocals and percussion 
Dawn is a veteran of the Los Angeles music scene, and has performed with the Dents for the last 5 years.  They discovered her while singing at the White Eagle.

Phil Quarterman – Keyboards and vocals 
As part of the last of the British Invasion, Phil was exiled to the US in 1974 due to an issue with the Royal Family. He was a founding member of the Dents after playing for many years in the Salem-based Rude Noizes.

Tom Hamstra – Guitar, vocals and fiddle
Playing guitar since age 15, he also plays, fiddle, mandolin and bass and adds backup vocals when Dawn smacks him in he head.

Aaron Lowe – Harmonica 
Left the bluegrass world of Virginia at age 20 and ended up tending bar at Buddy Guy’s Place in Chicago, where he met all his blues idols. He has been in Oregon playing with many bands the last 17 years.

Visit Dawn and the Dents on myspace to hear their tunes.

Have an awesome week, and we’ll see you there!

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