It Takes a Village to Make an Album: An Interview with The Weepies

Photo by The Weepies I first heard the heart-wrenching harmonies of The Weepies when I was in middle school and a friend of mine played their song “World Spins Madly On”. I was immediately struck by how the real-life couple’s…

The Magic of Music with King Roy Wing and the Ashland Folk Collective

The Ashland Folk Collective knows how to put on a good show, and Saturday night’s King Roy Wing concert was no exception. Held at the Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship church in Ashland, the packed-house enjoyed an evening of boot-stomping…

The Infamous Stringdusters, Bringing Positive Vibes to Ashland

Photo ©The Infamous Stringdusters Do you need to blow off some steam after the first week back at school or want to continue your 2020 celebrations in style? Come to the Ashland Armory on Thursday, January 18th to sing, dance…

Psychedelics in the Rogue Valley

Photo ©Johns Hopkins University Amid recent legislative action taken to push for the legalization of psychedelics in Oregon, and growing discussion and support both in Oregon and the United States, the Rogue Valley sits in a hot spot for psychedelic…

Empathetic and Hilarious, an Interview with Singer-Songwriter John Craigie

Photo ©Seattleite Coined as “the lovechild of John Prine and Mitch Hedberg with a vagabond troubadour edge,” by The Stranger, John Craigie will be bringing his rustic sound to Ashland on December 10th. Known for his humor and realistic storytelling,…

A Tribute to Taowhywee Agnes Baker Pilgrim

Taowhywee Agnes Baker Pilgrim September 11, 1924 – November 27, 2019 “I’m everybody’s Grandma,” she’d say with a broad smile. This was Agnes Baker Pilgrim’s way of expressing her deep appreciation, acceptance, and love of all people. In her 95…