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Above: The Wasco brothers--be sure to check out their website. Below: Craig Carothers direct from Nashville.

Pick Your Poison in The Dalles, Hood River, or White Salmon

Music lovers are spoiled for choice this week in the Gorge. First in an acoustic concert series, the Wasco Brothers and Terry Robb play Thursday night at the Dalles Civic Auditorium. Friday night take your pick between Nashville star Craig Carothers at the CCA or live Celtic music and dance at the White Salmon Library. Details below…

March 8, 7pm — The Dalles Civic Auditorium Fireside Room presents The Wasco Brothers and Terry Robb

The Acoustic Concert Series is a series of concerts that are always benefits for a charity or not for profit organization. This series started at The Dalles Civic Auditorium and has expanded to include the Celilo House at Celilo Cancer Center in The Dalles. Concerts always start at 7 pm and tickets are $10 available at Klindts Booksellers and Columbia River Music in The Dalles.

March 9, 7pm — White Salmon Valley Community Librarypresents CELTIC MUSIC in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day

An evening of Celtic music and dance with the Columbia River Gorge “Highland River” band, playing a variety of instruments in the old-time Celtic tradition. The evening will feature Irish and Scottish jigs, reels and airs; an enchanting Irish fairy tale; and a lively step dance performance by Highland River’s youngest member.

Friday, March 9th at 7 pm – The Columbia Center for the Arts presents Craig CarothersLive

Join Nashville recording artist Craig Carothers for a delightful evening of humor and beautiful music in the Theatre. Craig has played in the Folklore Society house concert series and packed the house to overflowing. Come enjoy this brilliant musician in the intimate, acoustic setting of the new Columbia Center for the Arts.

Get out and enjoy the Shows.

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