A BENEFIT FOR EUGENE MUSICIANS AGAINST SEXUAL VIOLENCE!!! (MASV)
I think everybody can get behind a worthy cause. Education and awareness of social issues is a big a help to making changes in culture.
Earlier this year a Portland musician (from Eugene) admitted on Facebook that he sexually assaulted a woman while under the influence of drugs and alcohol. The story gained national attention. I think it cast a negative spotlight on the Pacific Northwest music scene.
In response, some fine musicians here in Eugene decided to get together and start an organization to expand awareness and help educate people on the subject of sexual violence. There is a real need for education and support, even in the tight knit music community.
This show was a grand, and dare I say epic. Every act played two or three songs and exit stage right as the next act entered stage left. There was also Comedy and dance acts to round out the entertainment. I was told that soundchecks started at 4:30. I wish I would have known that, I would have shown up early.
I can’t say enough good things about the lighting and sound at the HiFi. With so many acts rotating through, the crew got the job done. It was fantastic. This venue easily rivals Mississippi studios. The lighting is beats Mississippi as well, and I’ve always loved the lighting there. I’m not a big fan of LED lights, but they have a good mix of traditional lighting and LED for accent, and a good smoke machine.
- Pancho + The Factory
- The Athiarchists
- Betty Jaeger (of Betty & The Boy)
- Critical Shakes
- Dick Dägger
- Era Coda
- Genuine Farce
- Yellow Snow
- George Baltzer
- Holler House
- Johann Devine
- Josephine Delove
- Le Rev
- The Rip Ribbets Ripettes
- Sleep Inertia
- Spectrum Lake
- Trimp Santa a.k.a. Surfs Drugs
- Thom Simon
- Beth Milton
- Karress Ann Slaughter
- The Black XMas Choir
- Halloween at Luckey’s Club - 2 November 2017
- …Meanwhile, Black Forest is Forced Out - 30 October 2017
- You Can’t Go Wrong at the Black Forest - 22 September 2017
- It’s Like They Had a House Show at A Bar - 20 September 2017
- A Slow Saturday Night in Shelbyville - 17 September 2017
- The Best One-Day Music Festival I’ve Ever Been To – The Whitaker Block Party - 11 August 2017
- The Triumphant Return of Ant House - 16 June 2017
- Battle of the Bands, Ugh - 9 May 2017
- Everybody Can’t Win - 4 April 2017
- A 5 Day Treefort Adventure - 29 March 2017