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FREE Concerts in Riverside Park!
Tuesday evenings beginning at 6:30PM

Sound Stage Review features 10 of the best singers and musicians in the Southern Oregon area. This high energy group will have you Rocking, Rolling and swinging around the park with their fabulous renditions of all your favorite music from the 50’s era. They will kick off the Back to the 50’s music you will be hearing all week long with the Back to the 50’s events scheduled through the weekend.

The band, featuring Billy Lund- Lead Vocal, Aaron Price- Lead Guitar, Pedal Steel, Banjo, Vocals, Jim Friend- Rhythm & Lead Guitar, Vocals, Brandon Glasscock- Drums, Vocals, Dina Press- Bass Guitar.

Billy Lund & Whiskey Weekend have been entertaining audiences throughout the Pacific Northwest since 2010. Featuring the lead vocals of Billy Lund, 2 time regional Winner of the Texaco Country Show Down. The band showcases current music from artists like Blake Shelton, Jason Aldean, Eric Church, and Thomas Rhett as well as classic country favorites from George Strait, Merle Haggard, along with original compositions. In addition to performing as a headline act, Billy Lund & Whiskey Weekend have opened shows for and/or performed with leading National acts: Martina McBride, Chris Janson, James Otto, Thomas Rhett, Morgan Frazier, and the Moonshine Bandits

The presentation by Randy Linder and his band as a tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival is second to none. They have entertained audiences from California to New York with the beloved hits that came from CCR between the years of 1968 and 1972 and a few of John Fogerty's solo hits. Randy has been in the music business since 1968 and has attained National and International status since developing this salute to John Fogerty and CCR in the year 2000.

Randy’s authenticity shines through with the visual resemblance, the voice, the lead guitar style and even the rockin’ blues harp played by John Fogerty in some of those early CCR hits. You will walk away from this show having absorbed the energy of a full blown Rock N Roll concert and with a renewed interest in a singer/songwriter who played a huge role in shaping American music culture.