Jenny Don't & The Spurs, Shane Bergman & The Nice Tries, Beau Wiley

at Thee Parkside

Time: 9:00pm     Day: Saturday     Ages: 21+ Ages     Price: $10
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Jenny Don't & The Spurs 

Jenny Don’t And The Spurs features Jenny Connors guitar and vocals, Christopher March guitar and lap steel with Kelly Halliburton (Pierced Arrows, Dead Moon) bass and Sam Henry (The Wipers) on drums. If you have a love for old classic country artists such as Hank Williams and Patsy Cline then you might have a soft spot for this Portland band. Jenny Don't sings from the heart and Sam, Kelly, and Christopher play like there is no tomorrow. Sit back and enjoy!

Shane Bergman & The Nice Tries

New country project from Shane Bergman of Pins of Light, Hazzard's Cure

Beau Wiley is a singer and songwriter who splits his time between the rocky shores of San Francisco and the misty hills of Mendocino County. After playing for years with the Dead Westerns and Betsy & Beau he is embarking on a solo musical adventure and is currently playing with the Lost Coasters as his backing band. 

'Hard Crooked Line' is an album lush with imagery and classic twang with a contemporary twist of lime, sugar and salt. It's equally at home on the winding roads of the Mendocino coast, surrounded by wide open desert nothingness or down the street. It is an album of dreams splayed open and served up hot.

“Beau Wiley is an intricate part of San Francisco's current psychedelic country scene as New Riders of the Purple Sage and Doug Sahm were in the late sixties. There are echoes of Willie Nelson’s gut string guitar and Roger Miller’s surreal lyricism rising throughout these tunes. He hand picks his players like a fine Anderson Valley apple and waits until the time is right to harvest that pure country tone. His latest solo endeavor takes his listener on the road through the back roads of the American West like no one else can. Pairs well with a pork chop and a glass of whiskey.” -Johnny Huerta

"Beau Wiley's California country is populated with singular women who inhabit a distinct, crackling landscape that is instantly recognizable yet curious. Tightly constructed arrangements feature driving guitars, snappy drums, walking basslines and silky steel work underneath his charming Mendocino-by-way-of-San-Francisco patois." -Brett Arnott