Michael Koppy, Frank Lindamood and Samuel Densmore at Mock Crest

What an amazing week at Mock Crest Tavern! Tuesday, July 23rd, Michael Koppy and Frank Lindamood are teaming up. The performance begins at 8:00 p.m.

Michael Koppy offers a mix of down-home integrity and big-city hustle.  The success of his newest CD “Ashmore’s Store” has opened doors for him to perform from coast to coast. His sound is considered country pop, while Frank Lindamood brings an Americana, old time roots flavor of his own. You are sure to enjoy their unique voices and talent.

SamMock Crest Tavern welcomes Sam Densmore. Sam will perform on July 25th at 8:30 p.m.

Sam is a singer/songwriter based in Portland, Oregon. He plays Alternative, Folk, Acoustic and Rock music. His sound is similar to R.E.M., The Beatles, Neil Young, and Wilco.

Originally from the small coastal town of Coos Bay, he got his start playing in south coast clubs at the age of 14. Sam is classically trained as a vocalist, guitarist, and composer. And, with all that said, he states he’s a rock n roll renaissance man at heart.

In the summer of 2012, he released a CD and digital down load of his double EP by the name of  “Ku Thar Tik – Sad Songs For A Sad World/Cat Years” .  It’s a solo/acoustic recording based on Sam’s vocals and guitar playing. He received  rave reviews. In support of the album release he traveled and performed in over 140 shows in Oregon and Washington last year.

His show is entertaining, professional, and appealing to a wide variety of audiences.

Learn more about Sam at ReverbNation and listen to several of his tunes including “So Complex”, “Warm Day” and “Grandma’s Art”.

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

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