Portland's Kate Power and Steve Einhorn will return to Wallowa County to perform in concert at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15, at the Wallowa Lake Lodge. Admission is $10 in advance (tickets are available at the Bookloft in Enterprise) or $12 at the door.
Many county residents may remember this duo from their stint here as Fishtrap's writers-in-residence a couple of winters ago.
They led the Woody Guthrie sing-along at Hurricane Creek Grange to celebrate the Big Read of "Grapes of Wrath," played to a sold-out crowd at The Outlaw and taught ukulele at The Woodshed. They also wrote songs with songwriting students in Troy and jammed at the Fogerty cabin into the wee hours.
Power and Einhorn have strong ties here, and the Music Alliance is proud to welcome them back.
The duo's brandnew CD "Brick and Mortar" (available at www.cdbaby.com) portrays the warmth and intimacy of their live performances, with sweet harmonies and intricate playing on guitar, banjo, and ukulele, plus top-notch songwriting. Power's wistful "Wallowa" will linger long after the last note.
An added bonus this visit will be an art show featuring Steve Einhorn's drawings, photos and three-dimensional work. Whimsical, colorful and unique, Einhorn has a style all his own, and his work will be on display at Stage One, 117 1/2 Main Street, Enterprise, from Nov. 14 through 16. Hours will be 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. Visit (www.qualityfolk.com) for more on Power and Einhorn and a link to some of Steve's art.