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Music line-up


Wednesday, July 4th

3PM TO 5PM     Mikael Pederson

For singer-songwriter and guitarist Mikael Pederson, music is a way to connect with the world and inspire those around him. Born and raised in Oregon, Mikael began his career at a young age singing and playing weekly with his band at the local coffee houses. His music has drawn comparisons to artists like John Mayer, James Taylor, and Ryan Adams. With hints of soul and blues driven guitar riffs, he adds vivid story telling to create a compelling performance. Mikael seeks to inspire and encourage others through his songs and performances which have taken him to places such as the House of Blues, Clackamas County Fair, Alhambra Theatre and Alberta Street Pub.


6pm to 11pm     My happy pill

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My Happy Pill is the premiere dance band in the Northwest, offering a fun, eclectic, high-energy variety of funk, pop, rock, R&B, soul, and more…truly something for everyone! Their repertoire spans the 70’s through today’s hits, all done in a new, fresh way. MHP is a 6-piece band of talented, seasoned musicians delivering a consistently energetic performance. Multiple vocalists in the band allow them to present a wide breadth of styles & harmonies and keep each performance fun & interesting!


Thursday, July 5th

5pm to 6:30pm     beth willis rock duo

Consisting of Beth Willis (vocals and guitar) and Todd Chatalas (lead guitar) the Beth Willis Rock Duo pairs catchy musical hooks with concise, intelligent lyrics, which merge together to form a style both distinct and familiar - some critics have dubbed the genre “Instant Classic Rock.”  According to the Oregonian, “Willis’ full, expressive voice brings her sharp songwriting to life...” This, combined with Chatalas’ uncanny ability to create a wide range of rich sound (with one acoustic guitar) often surprises crowds expecting a standard acoustic duo.  Along with their hummable originals, the duo come equipped with Willis’ “human jukebox” cover repertoire.  Fearless and full of humor, the two flinch at nothing a crowd may request - from Weezer to Etta James and back again.   With their amazing array of covers and originals, it’s no wonder Oregon Music News said the duo was “...worth a long listen, especially in person.”


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Grand Illusion is the Northwest's premier Styx tribute act. With 4 lead vocalists, this group has the power to faithfully perform their amazing songs.


8:30pm to 10pm     Stone In Love

Salem asked - we listened!  Stone In Love is back!   Stone in Love performs faithful renditions of the classic hits from one of the most beloved rock groups of all time… Journey.  The band delivers a high energy performance that showcases all the hallmarks of the Journey sound - soaring lead vocals, lush four-part harmonies, signature guitar licks, fat keyboards, and driving rhythms.


Friday, July 6th

Noon to 1pm     Johnny Wheels and The Swamp Donkeys

Johnny Wheels is a singer / songwriter / harmonica player inspired by the soul of the Pacific Northwest. The “Swamp Donkeys” are Johnny’s band-mates who are inspired by Johnny to “live a song” on the edge. The son of a traveling bass player and singer, Johnny “Wheels” Kennicott had music in his blood since birth, but expressing himself musically took on new importance when Johnny broke his neck in a childhood accident, leaving him paralyzed from the chest down.  Though his father’s instrument of choice and his early passion of playing drums were now out due to limited function, Johnny found, through determined trial and error, he could manipulate his paralyzed diaphragm to not only sing, but also blow the harmonica. Since that time, Johnny has been traveling the Pacific Northwest music scene, spreading the gospel of the blues. Collectively, the band hails from Oregon, Texas and California and is typically tagged as a Blues band; Although, the diversity of the members’ musical backgrounds becomes evident as the worlds of R&B, Soul, Jazz, Funk and Rock are blended under a Blues umbrella.


Ellen is known for her astonishing vocals, as she gracefully moves among genres from blues to jazz to funk and ballads. Her percussive rhythm guitar work is well suited to her voice, and she plays solo, in duos and trios, up to a full nine piece band complete with a horn section. She’s won numerous awards for her work, including consideration for Grammy Award nominations.


2pm to 3pm     ThatKidCry

ThatKidCry is a relative newcomer with the hard-earned experience of a veteran, having burst onto the  hip hop scene head-first in 2012. A primary nexus of the Capital underground, his Northwest Monthly and burn-the-money philosophy catalyzed a paradigm shift in the area's basement scene. His soulful singing, personal topics, and infinite style-switch-ups set him apart from any other artist.


3pm to 4pm     Sleep Millennium

SLEEP MILLENNIUM is the brain-child of award-winning artist/songwriter, Josh Schroeder (guitars, lead vocals). He is joined by the talents of Miranda Vettrus (keys, guitars, vocals), Jarred Venti (bass, vocals), Joshua Hawkins (drums, vocals), and Ronan Baker (guitar, vocals). The group carries the sonic torch of arena-acts from a bygone era as they explore the present day musical landscapes for a sound that is uniquely their own.


4pm to 6:30pm     JACOB WESTFALL BAND

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Jacob Westfall is a 23 year old singer-songwriter with a strong appreciation for the craft. Soulful vocals that are consistently compared to Michael Bublé and John Mayer support the songwriter in his performances. Always writing, Always creating. Jacob was born in Nashville, Tennessee. He started playing the piano at age seven and wrote his first song when he was nine. After singing in the very last year of the collegiate jazz choir, "Genesis", he has broken out into his own musical path; meeting producers, making connections, and playing every chance he gets.


7pm to 8:30pm     Dancehall Days

Back by popular demand!   Astonishing musicianship with a repertoire that is wildly diverse and authentic.  From the 70's to current day, Dancehall Days covers tunes from all genres and has the incredible ability to cater to every age group.  Warm up your singing voices and get out your dancing shoes for a night full of fun and entertainment.


9pm to 10:30pm     Radical Revolution Band

Radical Revolution is a 6-piece 80's tribute band that plays a huge variety of 80's hits ranging from Whitney Houston, Rick Springfield, Madonna, and A-Ha...to Def Leppard, Go-Go's, Kenny Loggins, Erasure, and WAY more! The band features both female and male lead vocals, fat keyboards, blistering guitars, thumping bass, and big 80's drums that keep everyone dancing from start to finish! Known for their high energy shows, 'good times' vibe, and massive songlist, Radical Revolution lives up to their motto with every performance: 
We rock, we love to rock, and people love rockin' with us!


Saturday, July 7th

12:30pm to 1:30pm     Zoe Imperium

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Zoe Imperium is a band made up of four teenage siblings, who have been playing music most of their life. In 2017 they started a band and recorded their debut EP “Good Life” followed up by a Christmas single. In February of 2018 they released their single “Come On Baby” along with their first music video. Their style is hard to pigeonhole; with elements of indie rock and hip-hop, it’s kind of like Weezer jamming with the Beastie Boys after school.


1:30pm to 2:30pm     Isaac Turner

When Isaac Turner was 14 years old, Willamette Valley singer/songwriter started playing electric guitar. Within a few years, he wrote, produced, recorded and distributed his first solo album. Influenced by a wide variety of music, he performs a unique folk/pop/scat style on acoustic guitar


2:30pm to 3:30pm     Melissa Mickelson

Raised an Air Force brat, Melissa developed her love for country music moving from base to base across Oklahoma and Texas. Her quirky, lovable personality along with her unique blend of country and blues has garnered her a growing and engaged fan base which has led to hundreds of shows played across the Pacific Northwest since 2014. This year, Melissa is honored to be sharing the stage with Joe Nichols, Trent Harmon, Bailey Bryan, Runaway June and Ned LeDoux. Her debut Nashville recorded EP is now available for download on all the major digital music stores & streaming services.


3:30pm to 4:30pm     Gabriel Cox

Gabriel Cox is a true singer songwriter at heart. This multi-talented artist is creating his own fresh, innovative, and quality sound that you will love. His music blends elements of blues, rock, funk, and soul, that comes straight from the heart of the great Northwest. Backed by a powerhouse band of all-star musicians, he has a fun, energetic, and truly unique show lined up that you simply can't miss! 


5pm to 6:30pm     The Junebugs

Imagine if Neil Young and Janis Joplin had three love children, and those children grew up to like folk rock and hip hop. The Junebugs combine high-energy pop and rock with Pacific Northwest folksy goodness to create a genre-bending sound you can kick up your heels to. Covering everything from Tom Petty to TLC to Lorde, the eclectic taste of the trio ranges from turn-of-the-century Americana to modern Hip Hop, with a strong emphasis on vocal harmony. Their original tunes have a dreamy, sweet quality reminiscent of Neil Young and Iron & Wine, peppered with fiery banjo lines.


7pm to 8:30pm     Eagle Eyes

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'Eagle Eyes' are a Tribute to one of the most legendary Rock & Roll Bands ofall time 'The Eagles'. The Eagles are one of the world's best-selling bands of all time, having sold more than 150 million records. 100 million in the U.S. alone, including 42 million copies of Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975) and 32 million copies of Hotel California. "Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975)" was the best-selling album of the 20th century in the U.S. They are the fifth-highest- selling music act and the highest-selling American band in U.S. history

Eagle Eyes audiences are being captivated by the stunning replication of the trademark vocal harmonies that the Eagles have been noted for over their historic 45-year career. Eagle Eyes are a 'must see' for all Eagles fans whether they are fans of classic rock, country rock with a twinge of bluegrass. The four members of Eagle Eyes have over 120 years of combined experience as professional touring musician?s honing their musical and vocal skills. 


9pm to 10:30pm     Petty Fever

Petty Fever delivers a stunning salute to Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, performing over four decades of classic Petty hits such as American Girl, Free Falling, Breakdown, Running Down a Dream, I Won’t Back Down, You Wreck Me and many more to thrilled crowds of all ages. Their High-Energy show is second to none across the globe. Performing for enthusiastic audiences worldwide, they always leave the crowd craving for more. If you're looking for an incredibly authentic Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers concert experience, Catch Petty Fever!


Sunday, july 8th

Noon to 1:30pm     trevor tagle band

Salem's Trevor Tagle has taken over the Northwest music scene with his unique voice, style, and energetic stage presence. "People have compared my voice and style to Brantley Gilbert, Kip Moore, Chris Stapleton, and other artists with very distinct sounds."  In the past few years, Tagle has used his unique sound to win the Texaco Country Showdown local finals, tour up and down the west coast, and move his way up to the main stage at the Oregon Jamboree. Along the way he has opened  for various artists including Old Dominion, Randy Houser, Toby Keith, The Oak Ridge Boys, Mark Chestnutt, Kelsea Ballerini, and other chart-topping artists.


2pm to 3:30pm     ants in the kitchen

Portland, Oregon music scene veterans join forces to play a unique and high energy selection of Blues, Soul, Funk and Rock'n'Roll music. Affably referred to as "the next generation of waterfront rock/blues bands," Ants In The Kitchen performs with multiple configurations ranging from the full 8-piece band, to the 5-piece rock group, to the intimate duo/trio lineup.  Ants also features "Portland's First Lady of Blues," LaRhonda Steele, to add a whole other dimension to the band's music prowess.


4PM to 5:30pm     Ty Curtis Band

Ty Curtis has a Blues mojo that is alive and kicking, a natural musical treat for all that stand before his stage. His offerings have a throwback Rock and Roll flair with an undeniable southern-fried ambiance. Blended, it all adds up to the authenticity of his Blues Rock Style. His explosion of emotion-power-packed performances captures the undivided attention of audiences with tantalizing guitar fret work and highly intellectual lyrics. Add to the mix his exceptional vocals, and in Ty Curtis, you've found a classy performer that has ignited an exciting Blues career and a major Blues star in the making.


6pm to 7:30pm     Cloverdayle

Nashville based husband and wife duo Cloverdayle originally hail from the Pacific Northwest.  Since the birth of Cloverdayle in 2008, Chad & Rachel Hamar have had a relentless determination to bring their brand of country music to the masses in a grassroots way.  The duo moved from their home state of Oregon to Nashville, TN in the Fall of 2013. Not in search of fame, fortune, or record deals, but with one overriding goal - to push themselves as songwriters. So they’ve written, and lived, and toured, and written, and lived, and toured, and written some more. Pulling from those real life experiences, Chad & Rachel have literally been writing and performing the soundtrack of their lives…and their friends’ lives…and perfect strangers’ lives.  Outside of the studio and songwriting worlds, Cloverdayle is best known for their energy-fueled and compelling live show and have shared the stage with industry heavyweights including Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Tim McGraw and Lady Antebellum.