The Umpqua Unitarian Universalist Church is featuring Four Shillings Short for its Celtic and world music concert from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday at 2167 Watters St., Roseburg.
Holus Bolus, a one-man-psychedelic-acoustiloop musician, will perform at 6 p.m. Saturday at Brix Grill, 527 SE Jackson Street, Roseburg.
MYRTLE CREEK — When the Tim Hall Band played in Myrtle Creek last year, it was literally a scorching performance as band members performed in 104-degree heat — while a forest fire burned nearby.
The Umpqua Unitarian Universalist Church is featuring Four Shillings Short for their Celtic and world music concert from 7 to 9 p.m. on friday, Sep. 1 at 2167 Watters St., Roseburg.
Americana-folk artists Mare Wakefield and Nomad Ovunk, of the Mare Wakefield and Nomad band, are bringing their Nashville-based sound to Douglas County. Local residents can see them live on Aug. 31 at the Umpqua Unitarian Universalist Church 2167 NW Watters St., Roseburg.
While cowboy boots stomped in the grass and hands clapped over heads, Old Dominion played its chart-topping country music at the Douglas County Fair Thursday evening.
Known for her eclectic voice and advanced flat-picking skills, Molly Tuttle has made a big name for herself among the bluegrass community. Local residents can see her live Sunday at the Hucrest Community Church of God.
MYRTLE CREEK — The penultimate performance at Music in the Park is Thursday, and one of Myrtle Creek’s favorite sons is on the marquee.
Second Chance Village, the organization proposing to place transitional housing somewhere in Douglas County, is set to host an “American Idol”-style sing-off to raise funds.