gathers for benefit
The Everyone Orchestra will be featured in a Pangea Project benefit Thursday night at the McDonald Theatre, 1010 Willamette St.
The orchestra is built around a Core-tet consisting of Matt Butler (Jambay) on drums and didgeridoo, Scott Law (Hanuman) on guitar and mandolin, Asher Fulero on keyboards and electronics, and Damian Erskine on bass.
Guests taking part in the concert include Jon Fishman (Phish) on drums, Tony Furtado on banjo and guitar, Kai Eckhardt (Garaj Mahal) on bass, Tye North (Leftover Salmon) conducting, Jans
Ingber (the Motet) on vocals and percussion, Libby Kirkpatrick on vocals and guitar, and Maya Dorn with vocals, guitar and poetry.
Tickets are $18 in advance at TicketsWest outlets, $20 on the day of the show.
Based in Portland, the Pangea Project is a leadership development program for youths from low-income families, engaging them in social and environmental service projects.
Singer a Small wonder
from Down Under
Australian singer-songwriter Judy Small - whose songs include "Silo," "You Don't Speak for Me," "From the Lambing to the Wool" and "Mothers, Daughters, Wives" - will perform tonight at Cafe Paradiso, 115 W. Broadway.
Debbie Diedrich will open the show at 8 p.m. Tickets are $17, $15.50 in advance.
motors into Eugene
The Nashville Rage says she has "the soul of a bluesman, the heart of a folk singer and the guts of a rock 'n' roll star."
Her music's been labeled as alt-country, speed-folk, power pop or straight-up rock 'n' roll.
One, possibly more, of these Michelle Malones will show up at Cafe Paradiso on Sunday. Eileen Hemphill-Haley will open the show at 8 p.m. Tickets are $12, $10.50 in advance.
- The Register-Guard
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|Publication:||The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)|
|Date:||Apr 23, 2004|
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