Music in Deadwood
Featuring music from local bands and bands that have played in Deadwood, Oregon








































































































































































































































































































































































Deadwood Trading Post

Deadwood Oregon Trading Company, Deadwood, Oregon








Broh Taylor Band
Clown Dancer, Live on the Wire
Clown Dancer Demo at Frank's Place
Kush Band
Sol Seed Band
Conjugal Visitors Band
Clown Dancer Band
Skip Jones & company
Steel Wool Band
Featuring:

Franks Wells
Marc Barnum
Sunny Sundstrom
Bob Rannow
Rick Buchendal
Featuring:

​Zack - Banjo
Matthew - Guitar
Heather - Fiddle
Joby - Percussion & Washboard
Rev. Jessie - Mandolin
Featuring:

Skip Jones
​Byron Case
and
Stan Beecraft

also starring
Rick Markstrom
Peter Giri
Featuring:

​Michael Lennon
Michael Sorensen
Benny Pezzano
Kenny Lewis


Featuring:

Steel Wool

Nel Applegate
Tim Mueller
TR Kelley
​Randy Hamme

Featuring:

​Anya Lecuyer
​Brian Hodgson
Rand Hoberg
Randy Hamme
TR Kelley

Featuring:

​Joanne Broh, Terry Dean Taylor, Jim Badalich, 
Dan E. Miller, Ed Gunther.
The T Club
Featuring:

Nate York - Vocals, Guitar
Michelle Bellamy - Vocals
Ambur Rose - Vocals
Mark Anderson – Bass, Concrete
Dj Redeye - Keys, turntables, percussion
Peter Merkx - Percussion
Mike D - Sax, Vocals
Brian Y– Drums
Eric Edmondson – Trombone
Mizzah - Didgeridoo +plus many many musical friends!
Speaker Wave
Featuring:

Kevin Wolpoff 
(lead guitar/vocals),  

Jeremy Anderson (bass/keyboards/vocals),  

and

Vince Hendricks-Davis (drums)

Speaker Wave on Facebook
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The Michael Anderson Trio
Featuring:

Michael Anderson, Guitar

Stan Beacraft, Drums

Gene Dauma, Bass


Bon Ton Roulet
Bon Ton Roulet hails from Portland, Oregon.

They have played at the Portland Waterfront Blues Festival, DaVinci Days, New Day Bakery in Eugene, and festivals in the Northwest.

Bon-Ton-Roulet.com
Kokobola
Kokobola lays down a rhythmic good-time groovacious rumble. Drums percussion work w/ adventurous bass to make a sublime stew, a jazzy jacuzzi for dancers. Friendly chordal vamps give way to flights of twin guitars gliding over delta island landscapes- funky, fancy, fushionesque and fun.




The Heavy Chevy Band
The Heavy Chevy Band spans genres of Blues-Soul, Hip-grinding Chicago-style, Motown Funk, Delta-Blues, 70s Blues-Rock, Bluegrass, Mississippi Hill-Stomp & Zydeco.  Darcy Lee on Vocals, Janie Smith on Sax, & Brian Chevalier on Guitar.




The Neverever Band
The Never Ever Band
The Smith Twins, Kathy & Kriss, vocals, guitar and violin Barry Burleson,vocals David Bersh, bass Gil Dunaway, drums showcasing their eclectic mix of favorite hits from the past across several genres focusing on music with danceable rhythms.





Satoria Bob
Composer, vocalist, and rhythm guitarist John Baumann is the musical soul at the center of Satori Bob. Satori Bob features a dynamic lineup of excellent musicians who flow in and out of the project. Guitar, bass, violin, banjo, and drums complement John's guitar and voice, framing strong and unforgettable songs in a variety of settings. 

www.SatoriBob.com
Beat Root Band
Beat Root Band is songwriters Jake Martini and Wesley James, Kris Cardwell on drums and the newest addition, Greg Nestler (of Nester & Hawtin) on lead guitar. Songwritters Martini & James have been singing and writing together since 2008.


www.beatrootband.com
Gumbo Groove
"Gumbo Groove’s music is an adventure in genre bending. We call it Folk-Fueled Fungrass, played on traditional acoustic instruments. Snatches of David Grisman-like riffs give way to New Orleans second line simmers, while shades of the Grateful Dead can be heard wending amongst the chordal carousings. Always friendly, always fun, Gumbo Groove is a musical incident looking for a place to happen."​

Gumbo Groove
Chibuku
Chibuku is a guitar based pan African dance trio. Acoustic set featuring guitar styles of Madagascar, Hawaii, Malian N'goni electric Congolese soukous dance music and Zimbabwean guitar with bass guitar and drums. 


​Chibuku
The Beat Crunchers from Eugene Oregon are fresh, funky, and live. They get the booty shaking and keep it shaking with their mighty Brazilian percussion and exuberant horns. The Beat Crunchers take you on a breathless tour of the world's best dance parties, Afropop to Balkan to Cumbia. This is a band that turns everything it touches to a divine rug-cutting boogie-down, be it a childhood cartoon theme song or a funked-up Rachmaninov prelude. The Beat Crunchers resist boxes, and enable you lovely dancers to do the same. 
Beat Crunchers
Joanne Broh Band
Joanne Broh is a column of energy, known for her powerful, soulful voice and the passion of her performance. She is considered one of the best singers of blues, jazz, and Motown. Upbeat blues with some rock for spice and a splash of funk, Joanne Broh will get you dancing and wanting more!  

Joanne Broh has opened for Leon Russell, Lydia Pense and Cold Blood, Karen Lovely, Ty Curtis, and Lionel Young.
Alder Street 
Alder Street's line-up consists of Chris Kelley (banjo), Jesse Lawton (mandolin), Aaron Nelson, (bass), Ian Royer (guitar), Emily West (drums) and Jake Beckwith (fiddle).

Alder Street's latest album, Americannibal, was relased in May 2014 at Seattle Folklife. It has been described as "a tight, polished study on the frontiers of contemporary bluegrass" - Eugene Weekly
Takatu Boostep 
Takatu Boostep features  the r&b, soul, jazz, and funk stylings from Cottage Grove, Oregon.

A new project featuring musicians who have played Deadwood with The Beatcrunchers, Chibiku, and the Deb Cleveland Band. Bring your dancing shoes! Takatu Boostep brings us 80's inspired funk and jazz... from another planet! Inspired by Chaka Khan, David Bowie, Thelonious Monk, John Prine, Weather Report, Stevie Wonder, and Return To Forever.  

Robert James Lee - Multi-Instrumentalist, Rick Iannacone - Electric Guitar, Mallory Glaser - Vocals, Michael Rubinstein - Bass, Ken Sokolov - Drums
Rob Tobias and The Northwest Express 
Rob Tobias writes and plays roots music inspired by folk-rock, blues, jazz, reggae, pop, sing-along, Jewish and other spiritual styles. Rob performs with his groups, The Northwest Express, Rob Tobias & Friends, Maya Love (Harrison, Lennon and Dylan Tribute band), and leads participatory song circles in the spirit of "Singing Alive."

Rob Tobias is a story telling songwriter, blending many styles of music to create an accessible sound that appeals to all ages. 
Whether performing with a group, solo, or as an arts educator, Rob projects enthusiasm, energy and spirit. He's joined by talented musicians of the The Northwest Express, bringing keyboard, guitars, fiddles, harmonica, powerful harmonies, a good grooves and tunes you can sing and dance to!

A new project featuring musicians who have played Deadwood with The Beatcrunchers, Chibiku, and the Deb Cleveland Band. Bring your dancing shoes! Takatu Boostep brings us 80's inspired funk and jazz... from another planet! Inspired by Chaka Khan, David Bowie, Thelonious Monk, John Prine, Weather Report, Stevie Wonder, and Return To Forever.  

Robert James Lee - Multi-Instrumentalist, Rick Iannacone - Electric Guitar, Mallory Glaser - Vocals, Michael Rubinstein - Bass, Ken Sokolov - Drums
Vipers with Deb Cleveland
Chicago and Delta Blues

For more than 25 years The Vipers have been entertaining fans in the Pacific Northwest and Europe. These veteran musicians mix an intoxicating brew of Chicago and Delta blues, funky R&B, and New Orleans rhythms that will bring you out of your seat and onto the dance floor. The Vipers is currently comprised of Deb Cleveland (vocals) Jon Silvermoon (vocals, harmonica), Johnny “Guitar” Ward (guitar), Russ Whitlach (bass), and Peter Burger (drums). 
Joy Economy
Featuring Ezekiel Rubottom on banjo and vocals and Roxanna Wonderlust on cello and vocals , Joy Economy hails from Eugene, where they are a part of a vibrant and uniquely  Oregon music scene. Blending elements of Americana, bluegrass, country, blues, and jazz, Ezekiel and Roxanna are entertainers, bringing dynamic personality, sense of humor, and storytelling to their performances. Get ready to listen to stories, stomp your feet and dance along to their liveIy tunes!
Ezekiel is a poet, traveler, story teller, video maker, artisan fountain designer and builder. He takes from his trials and tribulations and uses them as tools for connecting to his siblings  on Earth. Originally hailing from MO/KS, his travels have landed him in Eugene. He weaves stories with his gravelly, soulful voice and pickin' the banjo. He utilizes his history of abuse and loss combined with his zest for life and adventure as a way to let  people know that they are not alone. He travels the U.S. making connections and entertaining in hopes that he can be of service and perhaps have a good time, operating on faith and the concept of Joy Economy.

Ezekiel is joined by Roxanna Wonderlust, bringing lively cello playing and vocal harmonies. Other projects they’ve been involved in include Pretty Drunk and Humble George, and you might’ve
 seen them around the Oregon Country Fair on the path or at Tooth and Nail. Roxanna is also a co-founder of the Eugene Instrument Library, A community space for the novice, experienced, and curious players of all ages to learn and explore sound with access
 to lessons, workshops, and much more.​
For more than 25 years The Vipers have been entertaining fans in the Pacific Northwest and Europe. These veteran musicians mix an intoxicating brew of Chicago and Delta blues, funky R&B, and New Orleans rhythms that will bring you out of your seat and onto the dance floor. The Vipers is currently comprised of Deb Cleveland (vocals) Jon Silvermoon (vocals, harmonica), Johnny “Guitar” Ward (guitar), Russ Whitlach (bass), and Peter Burger (drums). 
Gen X Jug Champions
The Gen-X Jug Champions! 

Featuring Dave Muhlethaler (fiddle/mandolin/guitar) Boris Canani (guitar/bass) Jospeh Panger (guitar/mandolin) and Washboard Jeffro (washboard) The Gen-X Jug Champions bring old jug style classics along with Gen-X covers, such as 80's glam rock, for your dancing and listening enjoyment! ​

Soul Vibrator
Smalltime
Two singer-songwriters from broken-up bands come together to form SMALLTIME. Burned out chasing affirmation on the interwebs, Katie Sontag (formerly of Temple Under the Stars) and Timothy Michael Shaw (formerly of My Father's Ghost) sing and write songs about everything from heartache to cats, personal hygiene to Hamlet. They are currently at work on their groundbreaking EP, IT'S THE LITTLE THINGS, which is sure to make a tiny splash on the Eugene music scene, in addition to their upcoming small town tour, Whoever Knows the Way Next is in Charge. 

Featuring Katie Sontag on guitar/vocals, Timothy Michael Shaw on guitar/keyboard/vocals, Jon Brex (Basin Street Band) on upright bass and Benjamin Crandall (Stone Cold Jazz) on saxophone.