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Sounds Like: Tom Waits, Muddy Waters, The Black Keys, Jack White
Bio: Lance Canales & The Flood are a roots-blues influenced Americana trio from California’s breadbasket, where Canales lived the life that so many songs have been written about since the birth of roots music – hard labor, one room shacks and taunting ghosts whispering of a better life. Canales’ guttu... See Full BioMore Info
Lance Canales & The Flood are a roots-blues influenced Americana trio from California’s breadbasket, where Canales lived the life that so many songs have been written about since the birth of roots music – hard labor, one room shacks and taunting ghosts whispering of a better life. Canales’ guttural vocals combine a hard-edged storytelling approach beneath a stripped down, foot-stomping, acoustic instrumentation. The Flood are made up of stand up bassist, David Quinday (whose mournful bowing can be found on tracks such as “Hummingbird Blues” on the bands most recent album “Elixir”) and multi-percussionist Zak Parrish. Using an old railroad tamp or playing a stomp box with his bare feet Parrish keeps the rhythm along with the crowd, as Canales, described on the blog “Bound for Glory” by music Journalist, Robin Wheeler, “… plays hollow-bodied, anger-fueled blues guitar. He growls and stomps with his feet clad in the heavy work boots of his grandfather…”
Many greats have graced the stage since the initial Festival in 1995, including Ian Tyson, Tim O'Brien, Jesse Winchester, Natalie MacMaster, Chris Smither, Dave Carter, The Waybacks, John Gorka, Ruthie Foster, The Waifs, The Wailin' Jennys and more. The Festival is held every year in September, the weekend after Labor Day, in beautiful Sisters, Oregon. The Festival is home to nine stages, including an 800-seat venue at the Village Green Park in downtown Sisters, and 900 seats at Sisters Art Works. Sisters is located in the foothills of the Cascade Mountain Range and the Three Sisters Wilderness Area, the community of Sisters is a wonderful place to live and visit. Below are some links of interest for anyone who is thinking about coming out for the Festival. Outdoor recreational opportunities in and around Sisters are endless, with mountains, rivers and lakes at your back door. Bike or ride horseback on the many beautiful mountain trails, or golf at any number of first-rate courses. Gift, home & garden, clothing and antique shops abound for the shopper in your group, or just relax and enjoy the clean air and incredible mountain views. There is truly something for everyone in Sisters.
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