Plenty to see and hear at Angeline’s Bakery
Published: August 19. 2011 4:00AM PST
This is the busiest week all summer at Angeline’s Bakery (121 W. Main St., Sisters), so let’s dive right in … after I tell you these shows all start at or around 7 p.m.
• Tonight, longtime local fave Dennis McGregor will take to the stage in Angeline’s back yard. McGregor is probably best known for his visual art, but his songs are folksy wonders, full of feeling and laughs. He’s online at www.dennismcgregor.com. $5.
• Saturday brings a return visit from Sassparilla , a Portland-based band that kicks up a rowdy blend of blues and roots-rock. This one’s gonna inspire some dancing out there under the stars. Find them at www.sassparillapdx.com. $10.
• Wednesday: Anyone who saw any of their sets at last year’s folk fest knows that The Makepeace Brothers charmed their way deep into Sisters’ heart. These dudes are handsome, personable and their six-stringed roots-pop is mighty fun. Visit www.makepeacebrothers.com. $10.
• Thursday: Here’s another dance party: Eugene’s Conjugal Visitors are a gang of acoustic adventurers whose sound knows (almost) no bounds: bluegrass, classic country, jazz, rock, blues and beyond. Find ’em at www.sonicbids.com/conjugalvisitors. $5.
Last but not least, you can keep up with Angeline’s at www.angelinesbakery.com.
— Ben Salmon