Great White, from left to right: Michael Lardie, Audie Desbrow, Mark Kendall, Terry Ilous, Scott Snyder. Lardie, Desbrow and Kendall have been playing together on and off since 1985. The band will perform Saturday at the Yamhill County fair.

Fans remain faithful to '80s rockers Great White

Band takes stage Saturday night at county fair

Submitted photoKurt Marschke and his band, the Deadstring Brothers, are earning a growing fanbase with their album, “Cannery Row,” and 250-gig tour.

Band hits its stride

The Deadstring Brothers to headline this weekend's Wildwood MusicFest

Submitted photoBusking on Third Street was a regular routine for Winn Shultz and his friends. Shultz now lives in Pendleton. He returns for a show at Cornerstone tonight at 7.

Inspired by folk, musician creates an original sound

Winn Shultz plays tonight at Cornerstone

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“Loop Ninja” Tony Smiley, performing at the Bend Spring Festival in April with his usual high-energy style.

Who needs a band? Not the Loop Ninja

This one-man dynamo does the job of an entire rock outfit

Chris Lay

Making his debut

With his first studio album, Chris Lay makes the most of family’s support

Nate Travers photoGuitarist and singer-songwriter Ben Rice performs with his brother, Tommy, on bass at a 2011 Tunes on Tuesday concert. They’ll return to the Newberg stage on Aug. 20.

Summer sounds

McMinnville, Newberg series bring free music to the masses

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Will Sykes, left, and Freddie Lamb jam together Monday at the Deluxe during a weekly open mic night.

Open for music

Deluxe hosts Monday night open mic

Henry Hill Kammerer and John “Lord Buckets” Johnson make up the high-energy roots band Hillstomp.

All hail Hillstomp

Energetic two-man Portland band to play Wildwood Hotel Saturday night

Extensive touring in a van has helped The Black Lillies become a band to watch.

Appalachia born, upward bound

The Black Lillies play Saturday at Hotel Oregon

Steven Franssen

In China, he found self, fame

Mac High grad Steven Franssen to play Friday at Cornerstone

Ossie Bladine/News-RegisterThe Hill Dogs (left to right: Lucas Benoit, Kayla Stroik, Kody Mikkelson, Taylor Kingman and Ricky Rohr) hang out on Meridian Street in downtown Newberg.

Hill Dogs inspired by their roots

Newberg grads bring folk-rock sound to La Casa Verde on Saturday

Submitted photoSinger-songwriter Thad Beckman has spent most of his adult life performing on the road.

Road leads to Carlton

 Traveling musician to play blues show Friday night

RJ StudioLeft to right, Taylor Hower (T James), Sam Dinsmore (Sammy D Soul) and David  Stottlemyre (Hype) pose for promotional pictures in McMinnville’s Granary District.

Looking to make it big

Underplayed wins over independent label

The members of the Resolectrics in a scene from the band’s music video for “High Water,” the title track of their debut album.

The road more traveled

Resolectrics proud to follow footsteps of rock greats

Anaïs Mitchell and Jefferson Hamer learned they share an appreciation for songs collected by Francis James Child in the 19th century. Their resulting album and tour bring them to Willamina on Sunday.

New songs tell old tales

Anaïs Mitchell and Jefferson Hamer will stop at Willamina on Sunday as part of album tour

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