The series of “Bluegrass Wednesdays” continues February 7 with Whiskey Deaf at The Vault at O’Connor’s in Multnomah village. 7-9PM. $5 cover.
Whiskey Deaf is Annie Staninec & John Kael and friends
Annie Staninec has been playing fiddle since the age of four, and can rattle your teeth with a bluegrass breakdown, tug at your soul on a lonesome ballad, or kick you out of your seat with a cajun two-step. She’s toured the world and recorded with renowned artists such as Kathy Kallick, Laurie Lewis, Peter Rowan, John Reischman, David Grisman, Darol Anger, Mary Gauthier, and Town Mountain, and she’s taught at some of the most prestigious music camps in the country. Most recently, she is a full time member of the Rod Stewart Band.
John Kael has been teaching and performing bluegrass guitar, mandolin, banjo and bass for over 20 years, and is also an established songwriter – his award-winning song Handmade Cross can be heard on the Grammy-nominated album “Hard Game of Love” by Doyle Lawson.
O’Connor’s offers a Happy Hour menu, a full dinner menu and a fully stocked bar. Come to this great setting and listen to classic bluegrass & country and have some good food!
7850 SW Capitol Hwy, Portland, OR 97219