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5 BANDS, 5 BUCKS - Henry’s Child, Hyper Sloth, OTHRYS, Minor Anomaly and Sad Reason

Event Date/Doors Open: 
Friday, September 30, 2022 - 7:00pm
Event Time: 
September 30, 2022 - 7:30pm
$5 Advance, $5 Day of Show

On Friday, September 30, the Community Center for the Performing Arts proudly welcomes Henry’s Child, Hyper Sloth, OTHRYS, Minor Anomaly and Sad Reason to the WOW Hall for a special show we're calling 5 BANDS, 5 BUCKS


Henry's Child 

The early/mid 90's were an amazing time for live music and the Northwest music scene in Eugene was drenched in talented and exceptional bands. This creative collective included Henry's Child.

Henry's Child was part of the Eugene Art Culture, concocting a mix of psychedelic, heavy and sometimes eclectic music that not only fit well with the time but strongly stands up today. It was this varied mix that quickly brought Henry's Child to the forefront of local and regional bands. In fact, Henry's Child was so diverse that they opened for national acts like "Five for Fighting" (in San Francisco) and "Testament".

What made Henry's Child stand out is a combination of stage presence and recognition outside the state, with Preliminary Grammy Award nominations from NARAS and a regimented touring scheduled before the days of iPhones and Facebook. 

Henry's Child is back. Older but wiser and able to display the maturity of a band who didn't rely on a formula to succeed. Henry's Child produces music that spans any sort of "generation gap" and can go form delicate to brooding in a matter of seconds all while still captivating the audience.

Hyper Sloth

Hyper Sloth is a four piece rock and roll band with melodic metal overtones. All four members are seasoned musicians who are very focused and driven by their passion to create. With their combined talents and experience in the scene, they formed this all original band from the ground up in Feb. 2014 and just finished their first EP "Crack The Whip"..Hyper Sloth takes their music very seriously but at the same time they are sarcastic pranksters that love to just have a great time and play some rock "n roll....



Melodic heavy metal out of Portland Oregon, A project with heavy riffage and melodic undertones.


Minor Anomaly​


Minor anomaly is a new northwest Hardrock band formed from the ashes of a couple northwest heavy weights.

Drummer Zach Rowe is hailing from Oregon Prog/Metal band 30 pound test. In 30 pound test Zach had shared the stage with a lot of heavy hitters like Serj Tankian (of system of a down), Every time I die, Trivium, Soulfly, Prong and many more. Bass Player and vocalist Floyd Jr Mccullough is coming from two different heavy hitters in the local Oregon scene. Floyd is known from being the lead singer and bass player for local band Forrestal’s Fall in which Zach was also the guitar player. Forrestal’s fall were a staple in the Eugene and northwest music scene throughout the 2000’s. Sharing the stage with such greats as 3 Inches of Blood, Sick Puppies, Hells Bells, Northwest Royale and Floater just to name a few. You might also recognize Floyd as the rhythm guitarist and backup singer for the northwest premiere Alice in chains tribute band SICKMAN. Guitar Player Xion Zoa is a texas transplant known locally as the guitar player and drummer from the linden wood band, as well as the guitar player for Americana band Jake Payne and the Dixie creek. Together the three have created a magical musical relationship that can only be explained as a MINOR ANOMALY

Sad Reason

Sad Reason is a collection of local musicians passionately recreating a moment in music history. Supergroup Mad Season, with members of Alice in Chains and Screaming Trees, released a single album in the mid-90's titled "Above". Almost 30 years have passed, but the message and madness speak with the same powerful relevance today.

Sad Reason is Chris Phillips, Mike Nelson, Mitchell Chamberlain, Brian Forster, Walt Coats, Erik Roggeveen and Jeremy Fears

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