Traversing the Live Music Terrain at the Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts
From the Apollo to Portland, don’t miss Ural Thomas & The Pain at the Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts. Imagine performing with the most celebrated names of R&B such as Stevie Wonder, Otis Redding, and James Brown. Ural Thomas has been living the dream and performed with all of them – Forty shows played at the legendary Apollo before turning his back on an unkind business and headed to his hometown in Portland, Oregon where tiny home jam-sessions eventually took him out of semi-retirement. Now being rediscovered, you can find his music on the hit show Goliath, an Amazon Prime original series, and Tracey Morgan’s tv show, The Last OG on TBS. Rocking R & B, with velvety soulful ballads, see Ural Thomas and the Pain, headlining this June 22nd from 8–9 p.m. at the George Rogers Park Main Stage.
When you think of the 1980’s what brings you back is the wild hair, clothes and of course quintessential music. Sequel, will fill your nostalgic 80’s-vibe bringing you this NW classic rock band headlining at George Rogers Park, this June 21st from 8–9 p.m. Sequel was a top drawing NW rock band during the late 70s through the mid-80s. Formed by guitarist/vocalist Greg Georgeson - the band opened shows for some of the top names of the day including Journey, The Tubes, Sammy Hagar, Triumph among others. In 2011, Sequel was inducted into the Oregon Music Hall of Fame.
Tony Starlight, a Portland icon who’s been entertaining audiences for decades, the man balances music and comedy from Rat Pack era, Frank Sinatra, to Neil Diamond and Elton John tributes at his Tony Starlight Showroom; in the heart of the Central Eastside district. Now appearing on the Westside, don’t miss this classy performance at GRP Main Stage, June 23rd – from 4–5 p.m.
The Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts is a non-profit that makes its mission to educate the community on the world of art. Don’t miss the Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts this June 21st-23rd. For more event details visit, lakewood-center.org or call 503-636-1060.