DIVERSE MUSIC LINEUP MARCH 6-8 AT NEHALEM WINTERFEST

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The music of The Eagles, along with country rock and pure jazz, is on the menu for WINTERfest, March 6-8 in Nehalem.
The growing event, now in its third year, features The Marlin James Band, Eagle Eyes, and the Mel Brown Quartet. Tickets are available at the venue, 36155 9th St, Nehalem, (Mon-Fri, 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.) or TicketTomato.com

The Marlin James Band opens the festival on Friday, March 6 at 7:00 p.m. MJB is one of the Northwest’s most requested country/rock bands with accolades from across the country including the hit song That Old Familiar Pain featured on the TV show Supernatural. They perform lots of tasty original music flavored by influential ingredients as diverse as Zack Brown, George Strait, Keith Urban, Charlie Daniels, Eddie Van Halen, Merle Haggard, Jason Aldean, and the Rolling Stones. Tickets are $18 (plus ticket fee).

Eagle Eyes, the renowned Eagles tribute band plays Saturday, March 7 at 7:00 p.m. Eagle Eyes has taken great care and dedication to recreate and honor the distinctive soaring harmonies the Eagles are known for. The four members of Eagle Eyes are all full-time professional touring musicians from Vancouver Island, British Columbia. This band sells-out shows across North America, but general admission tickets are just $29 (plus ticket fee).

The amazing Mel Brown Jazz Quartet takes the stage Sunday afternoon at 2:00 on March 8. All seasoned jazzmen, the group has become a mainstay in the Northwest’s jazz scene since forming at the iconic Jimmy Mak’s jazz club in Portland. In 1999 Brown was inducted into the Jazz Society of Oregon Hall of Fame. Over his diverse and storied career, Brown has performed with Motown legends Diana Ross, The Temptations, Martha and the Vandellas, Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind & Fire, and Marvin Gaye. General admission ticket prices range from online at $18 to $22.75 at the door, or reserved seating for $23 (plus ticket fee).

The newly remodeled 192-seat Nehalem Performing Arts Center is available to rent for plays, concerts, conferences, movies, and other events. It features new, comfortable seating, a large stage with curtain, and professional quality lighting and sound system with an enclosed control booth. For booking information, contact Mary Moran at 855-444-6273 or theatre@ncrdnehalem.org.