Pat Thomas, a veteran of over 50 years in music, settled in Bend in 1991. After 20 years of playing in bars, nightclubs, resorts, and campfires from Ft. Lauderdale to Fairbanks, Pat seems to have found a home here at Tumalo Feed Co. Steakhouse, having played here steadily for the last 27 years and has appeared on our stage over 3,000 times and counting! Pat is a one man band featuring easy listening Country music for dining and dancing.
Upcoming Dates: Friday July 6 & Saturday July 7 Friday July 13 & Saturday July 14 Friday July 20 & Saturday July 21 Friday Aug 3 & Saturday Aug 4 Friday Aug 10 & Saturday Aug 11 Friday Aug 17 & Saturday Aug 18 Friday Aug 21 & Saturday Sept 1 Friday Sept 7 & Saturday Sept 8 Friday Sept 14 & Saturday Sept 15
Dave and Melody Hill
Dave & Melody Hill, playing fine guitar, close-knit harmonies, original Americana, Blues, Country, and Folk. With covers from Patsy Cline to Tom Petty these two ignite good vibes and good times in our saloon. --------------------- "Dave & Melody have been in Central Oregon for almost 4 years, playing their inspiring miscellaneous mix of Americana, Rockin' Folk and Blues. They are a joy to listen to. With Dave's clear and toneful guitar playing, Melody's soulful, sultry voice, along with their tight harmonies, they bring an evening to remember and are becoming a local favorite." - Bends "The Source" Magazine
Upcoming Dates: Friday July 27 & Saturday July 28 Friday Aug 24 & Saturday Aug 25 Friday Sept 21 & Saturday Sept 22
One thing is absolutely certain about the acoustic trio Burnin’ Moonlight - their love of music and snappy stage banter is infectious and engaging. With diverse musical backgrounds, they shift smoothly between spirited traditional bluegrass, rootsy folk, a little country, swing and downright lowdown blues. Scott Foxx lets it fly with fiery fiddle, stunning, hard-driving rhythm guitar and brilliant solos. Jim Roy cuts loose with his Piedmont fingerstyle guitar and rippin’ mandolin solos. Maggie Jackson’s bass and rhythm guitar keep a steady beat when she’s not pickin’ bluegrass and blues banjo. To top off the instrumental collage, Maggie and Jim share sweet, soulful vocal leads and harmonies that will make you smile too.