The 2018 Clackamas County Lavender Festival

Music Schedule

 

SATURDAY

10:30 Mo Phillips

12:30 Little Sue and her BAND

 2:30 Lewi Longmire and the Left Coast Roasters

 

SUNDAY

10:30 Emily Lambert

12:00 Jenna Ellefson and Amanda Breese

 2:00 26 East

~Mo Phillips~

Saturday 10:30 am

Mo Phillips writes kids songs from his secret ninja laboratory in the Portland, Oregon. In the old days, Mo played crazy jazz and psychedelic math rock on three continents to much acclaim. Mo grew up recreating Neil Young and the Rolling Stones in his bedroom, and after some university years trying (unsuccessfully) to cross D. Boon with John Coltrane, he fell back into his classic rockin' ways. It has been said that Mo's album Train Beard sounds like Black Francis joined Wilco to make a kids album. 

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~Little Sue and her BAND~
Saturday 12:30

Little Sue has played the Clackamas County Lavender Festival 3 times in the past, but this will be her first with a full band! We are so excited to have her heart warming songs and tender voice back in our laveder fields. We know you will love her devotion to song-spinning and her incredible tenderness with kids of all ages!
 
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~Lewi Longmire &
the Left Coast Roastes~

Saturday 2:30


One of the most ubiquitous and charismatic musicians around town, Lewi Longmire has played with nearly every able-bodied picker in Portland. Longmire's namesake band plays rustic Americana with some classic-rock electricity and a smattering of West Coast hippiedom for good measure. Free-wheelin' country-folk numbers sit beside peppy, Petty-esque rockers, and it all sounds great—probably even better after a joint or two. -The Portland Mercury NED LANNAMANN


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~Emily Lambert~

Sunday 10:30

I am 19 years old, I started writing poetry as a child and once I learned piano and guitar, poetry turned into songwriting. I am a cancer survivor, and although I was young I feel like it makes me look at life with a different perspective. I feel lucky to be alive and lucky to get to share my art with people. I grew up on a farm, riding horses and competing at horse shows.

My music is very lyrically driven, inspired by strong women artists like Valerie June, Anna Tivel, and Brandie Carlile. I will tell you stories about all the magic things in life, the stars, the moon, love, loss, and how its okay to a be a little bit broken. If anything, you’ll leave feelin' like you know my whole life story, and hopefully with something sweet on your mind.

 

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~Jenna Ellefson and Amanda Breese~
 
Sunday 12:00
 
Jenna Ellefson and Amanda Breese began playing together in early 2010. It was to be just for fun, but it was clear from the beginning that something just clicked. For the past seven years they played together extensively while each developing their own individual styles.
Jenna and Amanda sang each other's songs on islands, at farmers markets, in grocery stores, at weddings, in big venues and in dive bars. They played together in tiny corners and on big stages, they toured the east coast and they played close to home. And that longtime partnership is evident on stage. 
Each an artist in her own right, they are always weaving in and out of one another's music, always inspired by each other's lyrics and always calling on one another to sing backup or play on recordings. Their touching lyrics and warm harmonies are supported by banjo, guitar and years of friendship.

 
 
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~26 East~

Sunday 2:00

We are a group of Mt.Hood Locals that play a variety of genres that we all know and love with a twist of Bluegrass, Jazz, and Rock n' Roll flavor.

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