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Crow and the Canyon, The Last Revel

Good ol' fashioned front porch Americana from Minneapolis trio

Crow and the Canyon

The Last Revel

Thu, March 23

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Doug Fir Lounge

Portland, OR

$12.00 - $15.00

This event is 21 and over

Crow and the Canyon
Crow and the Canyon
Based out of Portland, OR, Crow and the Canyon brings a breath of fresh air to the acoustic folk and bluegrass scene of the North West. Blending elements of traditional folk, country, bluegrass and rowdy string band music, they have been turning heads ever since their debut show at the Mississippi Studios. In their short but storied history, they have had the opportunity to play some of the best venues on the west coast. They are comprised of Ben Larsen on mandolin, guitar and fiddle; Austin Quattlebaum on banjo and guitar; Miles Berry on upright bass and Leigh Jones on ukulele. The diversity of the groups backgrounds adds character to the unique sound. With the vocal qualities of Larsen’s high and lonesome voice, and the gritty tones of Quattlebaums they could only be topped with the soaring harmonies of Jones that creates a mix that’ll make the hair stand up on the back of your neck. .
The Last Revel
The Last Revel
From the budding music scene of the Upper Midwest comes the cutting edge Front Porch Americana soundscapes of The Last Revel. This powerfully talented trio of multi-instrumentalists from Minneapolis, Minnesota so naturally blends the genres of Folk, Rockabilly, Old Time String-Band and Rock to create a sound that is as equally original as it is timeless. The Last Revel trio utilizes their multi-instrumental abilities to bring the acoustic guitar, upright bass, fiddle, 5-string banjo, harmonica, kick drum and three-part vocal harmonies together to consistently deliver “Bombastic live performances,” as well as delicate and haunting folk ballads.

With their second, self titled, album released in May of 2015, The Last Revel further demonstrates their ability to create rich and delicately textured recorded material with a modern “tip of the hat” to the storied history of American folk music.