Sneakin’ Out and Bad Assets

Join Mock Crest Tavern and “Sneakin’ Out” on Friday night at 9:00 p.m. January 11th.

They’re a MCT favorite, with people traveling in from Washington to grab their seats a few hours early. So if you enjoy acoustic and alternative sounds, you won’t want to miss these guys.

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 on myspace.

Join Bad Assets Saturday night at 9:oo p.m. Assets

Bad Assets are a whiskey-soaked country rock band from Portland, Oregon.

Members Include:

  • Ben Cosloy lead guitar
  • Kevin Marcotte -bass and vocals
  • Drag Triplet-drums
  • Motor Jeffries -guitar, vocals

Motor Jeffries, the bands primary song writer, decided to write a collection of songs about the drive through Oregon on Interstate 84. After a few years, playing with different bands, and a lot of beer and whiskey, Bad Assets is proud to announce, they have accomplished their goal.

Enjoy the road trip right along with them through their music. The journey  takes you from Stumptown, across the state line towards the potato processing plants, stops by a bottom shelf liquor distillery, a washed out waterfall, rodeo country, and an abandoned cement factory.

Bad Assets is creative and loads of fun, something we all need a bit more of. Enjoy their music on myspace.  Since I’m sure their music will win you over, continue your support on twitter at

Speaking of twitter, feel free to follow Mock Crest at You’ll see the daily specials posted as well as upcoming events.

Mock Crest offers a fun place to drink, hang out, fabulous burgers and daily specials!

See ya there!

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