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Laurel Brauns w/Kieran McManus for St. Patrick's Day

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Suttle Lake Lodge, 13300 Hwy 20, Sisters, Oregon

Enjoy some gorgeous Irish tunes performed by folk artist, Laurel Brauns. With four albums under her belt, Laurel has embraced a life in the rivers and out on the road, with equal time spent performing around the campfire for fellow rafters and on big stages with the likes of the Portland Cello Project, Weinland, Horse Feathers, and Joan Osborne. RSVP required for overnight lodging guests to claim complimentary seats. Book your stay here, and then for your tickets, email info@thesuttlelodge.com no less than 72 hours prior to the show with your lodging confirmation number. Proof of vaccination and picture ID required at the door. Doors at 5:30. Show starts at 6pm. Food & Drink available from our Skip Restaurant during the show.


Earthy chamber pop from Bend, Oregon.

"House of Snow" most recent album...



For fans of:

Natalie Merchant, Nina Nastasia, Laura Veirs, Sinead O'Conner, Anais Mitchell, Cat Power, Beth Orton, Erin McKeown, Tori Amos

With equal hints of dusky bluegrass and clarion Celtic folk, Brauns has written a batch of tunes that are brimming with earthy pulchritude, highlighted by her remarkable vocals and subtle but involving production from Portland Cello Project's Douglas Jenkins. Remarkable songs like the gamboling "Maps" and the stirring, album-opening title track prove that Brauns has made a record destined to become an evergreen.

-NED LANNAMANN, Music Editor, Portland Mercury

Listen to some tracks on the music page, buy it on iTunes, or get your hard copy from the nice folks at CDBaby.com.


"Kaleidoscope Eyes" Music Video shot by Tim Cash at Dillon Falls in Bend, Oregon.


Video by Tim Cash: Far From Earth Films


"Anywhere" Music Video shot by Tim Cash in downtown Bend, Oregon.


Video by Tim Cash: Far From Earth Films


Doldrums Slideshow about the North Pacific Gyre:  

This video is a collection of both horrific and beautiful photographs taken of the ocean. The song "Doldrums" tells the story of the Great Pacific Gyre, a swirling mass of garbage twice the size of Texas suspended in the Pacific Ocean. This is the result of our relationship with plastic, something that has to change for the pristine and wonderful places in the ocean to stay that way.