Sunday May 19th Live at The Dirty Grind!

Happy Sunday everyone! Three awesome in-house shows and Trista Morris’ gorgeous art exhibition await you at The Dirty Grind IAC – a great way to finish the weekend on a high note! Let your friends know and please don’t forget to show these talented artists your appreciation ❤


5pm Frogg Marlowe

Frogg has an extensive arts background, with a history rich in theater and musical performances. He has performed in many different theater productions, and is a vocal jazz minor at college with 14 years vocal training. Frogg’s familiarity with the Eugene open mic scene (through hosting and performing) has taught him a lot about live music and how to please audiences. During this time he learned guitar and harmonica on his own time.

6pm Zorch Boomhauer

Diversity, intensity, reverence and heresy, with a breath drawn long sometimes stretched tense as silvered steel over wood and bone, with the power of his evocative and thought provoking lyrics- that’s Zorch Boomhauer. His music has a sometimes painful directness and honesty rarely found even in earthy folk, and his tales tell themselves as elegantly in melody as in his sometimes brutal words.

7pm Jamba LosAngeles

Jamba LosAngeles performs music that beautifully haunts your heart with a smile. He plays a twelve string acoustic guitar and harmonica. His music has been heard regularly in Second Life since the beginning of SL time. He covers songs that you have heard before, but in a unique way!


Field Trips!

9 am Field Trip: Lluis Indigo at Blarney Stone!

8 pm Field Trip: Thunderfoot Lorefield at Cafè Musique!

And as always you can hear all of these talented musicians 24/7 at Radio Grind!

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