J-Fell Presents and 105.9 The Brew present: Ramble On [Led Zeppelin tribute] / pseudoboss [Portland original, album release event] Saturday, Jan. 9 at Wonder Ballroom Doors 7:30 pm / Music 8:30pm, 21+ only Tickets: $15 Ramble On is Portland's most popular Led Zeppelin tribute. Lead singer Rich Ray NAILS the high tenor vocals made famous by Robert Plant, with all the power and soul one would expect from seeing Led Zeppelin their prime. Virtuoso axe man Steve Adams plays the part of Jimmy Page to perfection..complete with the double-neck guitars, violin bows, and ripping solos. Patrick Lefebvre does double duty on bass and keys, a la John Paul Jones, while drummer Merrill Hale anchors the rhythm section with master chops and an authentic set of Ludwig Vistalites to boot. - www.j-fell.com/RambleOn/ pseudoboss will celebrate the release of their self-titled full-length debut! Hearkening back to the days when guitars were loud, drums were heavy, and vocals were howling, pseudoboss is an original rock trio born 30 years too late. Hard-driving and emotive, dynamic and stirring, pseudoboss hopes to gain the respect of their peers while entertaining a broad spectrum of generations. - http://pseudoboss.rocks/ Spirit Lake, which came together in the spring of 2009, combines its members' love for the Rolling Stones and Gram Parsons with their history of crafting arena-size pop-rock. Uncle Walker's Amber Restorative adds emotive sturm und drang to the band's building blocks of Delta blues and early Americana. Songs like "High Desert Saints" touch on the migratory struggles that defined the Oregon Territory nearly two centuries ago, while "My My My" provides a cowpoke's reinterpretation of the Rolling Stones' "Satisfaction." http://www.j-fell.com/ http://www.instagram.com/jfellpresents http://www.twitter.com/jfellpresents
Sounds Like: Graveyard, Foxy Lemon, Tame Impala
Bio: Spirit Lake is a driving force, melodic, urgent, and powerful. Coursing over the high desert and now nestled into the misty woods of the northwest. When you hear it you will know. Your body cannot help but find it's place in the groove.
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“Spirit Lake, which came together in the spring of 2009, combines its members’ love for the Rolling Stones and Gram Parsons with their history of crafting arena-size pop-rock. Uncle Walker’s Amber Restorative adds emotive sturm und drang to the band’s building blocks of Delta blues and early Americana. Songs like “High Desert Saints” touch on the migratory struggles that defined the Oregon Territory nearly two centuries ago, while “My My My” provides a cowpoke’s reinterpretation of the Rolling Stones’ “Satisfaction.””