Win Tickets: June Celebration: Far Out West / Lost Ox @ The Goodfoot Pub & Lounge | Folk, Electroacoustic Mandolin, Blues, Soul

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June Celebration: Far Out West / Lost Ox
June 1, 2017
9 p.m. | $8 | 21+
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Goodfoot Pub & Lounge
2845 SE Stark St, Portland, Oregon 97214

Celebrate June’s arrival in style! Far Out West and special guests will be bringing the heat at the Goodfoot, and Lost Ox is gonna kick the night off so right for us. These two new, up-and-coming Portland’s bands are gonna knock your socks off so don’t miss it!

First Set: Lost Ox
Second Set: Far Out West
Third Set: ?!?!?!

Far Out West
Since October 2016, Far Out West (Portland, OR) has delivered a unique and energetic brand of rootsy funk with groovy beats, soulful vocals, and electroacoustic mandolin. The group traverses on crunchy instrumental endeavors guided by a variety of musical influence including blues, jazz, and folk. Featuring Liz Chibucos on vocals and electric guitar, Chad Kimbler on electroacoustic mandolin, Danny Lee on electric bass, and Forest Carter on drums, Portland’s newest and grooviest lady-led quartet will get you boogying down all night!

Lost Ox
Lost Ox is Portland’s newest prog-blues-folk rock quartet, a wholly eclectic mix of rapidfire rambling lyrics, whiskey blues soul grass, neo-funk grooves, and electro-psychedelic heat. The band bring their own brand of inventive playfulness to performances; weaving dark, murderous yarns in the same stride as delightfully groovy jive numbers, saturated richly with improvisation and interplay. With Reed Bunnell on bass guitar, Dylan DiSalvio on electric guitar, Mark Mullen on keyboards and Mike Stavish on drums.

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One Response to Win Tickets: June Celebration: Far Out West / Lost Ox @ The Goodfoot Pub & Lounge | Folk, Electroacoustic Mandolin, Blues, Soul

  1. Greg May 30, 2017 at 5:47 pm #

    Sounds like a fun show, as a lifelong blues musician, but not real connected to Portland yet, I would REALLY like to go. What better way to network, then to be a participant, eh?!

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