QUICK TAKES: March 28, 2018
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You Knew Me When to perform at Ten Depot St.
LA GRANDE — It’s been six years since the husband and wife indie folk-rock duo known as You Knew Me When uprooted from their Nashville home and full-time jobs in 2012. The duo had initially planned to tour the nation for a full year — but they never stopped. Since that time, they have been serving up their craft brewed compositions, a term coined from their more than 180 craft brewery performances, coast to coast throughout the USA and into Canada. Now based in southwestern Colorado, the duo are back on the road once again with their new album “Into the Looking Glass” and will perform at Ten Depot Street in La Grande
The show will begin at 8 p.m. March 29. There is no cover charge. For more details about the venue, go to www.tendepotstreet.com.
Outfitted with an array of instruments, You Knew Me When are a Colorado based duo that present a full band sound. While blending their vocals, Karisa, who previously served as a tenured Nashville public school music teacher, provides the piano, ukulele, glockenspiel, and percussive elements, as Cie, who spent several years as the Global Events Manager for Gibson Guitar, supplies the guitar and other rhythmic nuances. The cumulative result is a musical style and live show that blends a singer-songwriter soul with a rock ‘n roll mentality.
You Knew Me When’s 2017 release “Into The Looking Glass” is the duo’s third studio album. At times upbeat and folksy, at times brooding and reflective, the album aims at introspection for the couple’s continued journey while sharing experiences gained from over five years of nonstop touring. Physical and digital copies of You Knew Me When’s albums are available at www.youknewmewhen.com. The albums are also available on iTunes, Amazon, and other online music stores. Listen to You Knew Me When online via Pandora, Spotify, iTunes Music, and other online radio sources.
Keep up to date with the latest information by following @YouKnewMeWhen on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and by joining their email list at www.youknewmewhen.com/contact. For more information on You Knew Me When, please visit www.youknewmewhen.com.
Enjoy a Wonka dinner event to raise funds
BAKER CITY — The cast and crew of “Willy Wonka” will hold a fundraising “Scrumdiddlyumptious Spaghetti Supper” on April 6 at the Elks Lodge, 1896 Second St., Baker City.
The meal is $12 for all-you-can-eat, and runs from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Proceeds will go toward the costs of costumes and sets for “Willy Wonka,” which will run in May at the Eastern Oregon Regional Theatre’s Iron Gate Theater.
Tickets should be purchased in advance at Random Resales, Betty Books and email@example.com.
Children’s Rodeo is March 31
BAKER CITY — The 18th-annual Shriners Children’s Rodeo is set for 11 a.m. March 31 at the Baker County Fairgrounds. Sign ups begin at 10 a.m. (or right after the Easter Egg Hunt at Geiser Pollman Park). Entry is free for kids, and $5 for adults.
Events include sack races, stick horse races, roping bales of hay and mutton busting. Free lunch is provided.