Robert Richter and Matt Hundley at Mock Crest

RobertRobert Richter and Matt Hundley are teaming up at Mock Crest Tavern at 8:00 p.m. May 16th.

Robert is a man of many talents including singer, songwriter and guitarist. He enjoys performing and blending different genres like folk, blues, rock and Celtic.

Richter has appeared on Tom May’s nationally syndicated radio program “River City Folk,” carried on more than 250 NPR affiliates nationwide. Also, his music played on the “Bob Dylan Radio Hour” heard on the Sirius Satellite Network and on KUSF-FM in San Francisco.

“Robert Richter is a charismatic entertainer that gives his all every time he performs and is a stellar musician.” Morry Feldman, WQED-FM Pittsburgh, PA.

Robert released his CD “A Change of Heart” in 2012.

Matt Joining Robert is Matt Hundley also a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. He resides  in the Portland area. Matt’s music consists of songs that are a blend of bluegrass, country, christian, and gospel, with which he performs on guitar, violin and piano. Matt plays with several bands including the  West Coast country band, Lace & Lead, and fills in for several country, bluegrass, Cajun, and gospel bands. Past groups include the Metropolitan Youth
Symphony, Bon Ton Roulet, and the 11:01 Band in San Antonio.

Robert and Matt will each bring something special and exclusive to the performance.

I hope everyone enjoyed the Kentucky Derby and Cinco De Mayo a few weeks ago. Portland’s favorite tavern brings summer full swing with music and events, and not to mention the drink and food specials. You can follow on twitter to see the daily specials for each. And just in case your new, the food there gets awesome reviews so whether you’re wanting a burger or an appetizer, Mock Crest is the place to go.

Have a great week, and we’ll see ya there!

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