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The Deans, Common Koi, Marigold, Colatura, Grasp, Solution Honey

Event Date/Doors Open: 
Saturday, August 20, 2022 - 7:00pm
Event Time: 
August 20, 2022 - 6:30pm
Cost: 
$8 Advance, $10 Day of Show

On Saturday, August 20, The Community Center for the Performing Arts welcomes The Deans, Common Koi, Marigold, Colatura, Grasp and Solution Honey to the WOW Hall for The Deans farewell show before they relocate out of Oregon.

The Deans 

The Deans are a rock band from Corvallis, Oregon. Vocals: Sean Bullock Guitars: Zach Crawford and Alex Wright Bass: Garrett Remde Drums: Myles Remde Sean Bullock wanted to express himself honestly, so he started writing music. Soon after, guitarist Zach Crawford peeked over his fence, hollering "I'M COMING OVER THERE," when he heard Sean singing in the backyard. Sean and Zach hit it off, exchanging musical ideas before learning each other's names. Asking if Zach knew any drummers, he replied “my best friend is a drummer," referring to Myles Remde, whose slightly taller brother, Garrett, happened to be a multi-instrumentalist. The group then began playing together, searching for their sound. It wasn't until 'Collide,' a song Sean had written after he had tried to crash a party and been kicked out, when the band had finally set it's course. Through a mutual friend, the band met Angelo Camargo: founder of an independent label called Fission Records. Angelo then began to produce their debut EP 'Casual Stares' in early 2021. Prior to an open jam session at the Fission studio, guitarist Alex Wright listened in on the mixing of the band's first demos. Alex expressed enthusiasm for the bands sound, and Sean asked him to audition. After Alex revealed he learned their EP note for note by ear in one night, the band invited him as the final missing piece. "Colorful, yet grey" is how the group describes the new material they have in progress.

 

Common Koi

 Bringing all the energy of the ocean, Eugene dance-rock band Common Koi is always ready to party, their debut record “Pond” was recently released on May 27th.

 

Marigold

Solo artist Marigold creates her own wave in Eugene, OR with a distinct grunge pop sound and captivating fashion allure. Early in her career, she fronted a rock band on a west coast tour before breaking off to develop her own solo project. With influences such as Cage the Elephant, Cherry Glazerr and Stevie Nicks, Marigold's live performances garner a unique atmosphere with a glittery out-of-this-world escape for her audience. "Vampires", her debut single, tells a story of power and control within the music industry, through the eyes of female experience.

 

Colatura

Brooklyn trio Colatura is the brainchild of Jennica (bass, vocals), Digo (guitar, vocals), and Meredith (guitar, synth, vocals). Their foot is in a number of indie genres, writing music that is sometimes dreamy, sometimes heavy, with pop-leaning melodies and post-punk atmospherics. With multiple lead vocalists, they have been called "Fleetwood Mac with Shoegaze Guitars," and the intermix of vocals, alongside jangly guitars and melodic bass lines, is the cornerstone of their signature sound.  Colatura has been featured on Spotify's "All New Rock" editorial playlist and on Pandora's "AMP: Fresh Cuts" station, as well as by NYC-tastemaker Oh My Rockness as a "Band We Like". They have played notable NYC venues such as Rough Trade, Baby’s All Right, Mercury Lounge and Elsewhere and attended SXSW '22 as an Official Artist. In a review of a recent live show, Full Time Aesthetic said “the easiest way to describe Colatura is they’re like sunshine streaming out of an amplifier with its volume set at nine”.  Their debut full-length album 'And Then I'll Be Happy' was released April 22, 2022!

Grasp

We are a local band in Eugene, Oregon. Our three songs that are currently available on almost all streaming platforms reflect the rock and blues elements of our sound. Our other 10+ unrecorded originals go from more mellow, alternative influences and other jam and singer songwriter styles, and of course faster, more aggressive rock as well as some soul. We have been looking for a drummer for a great deal of time. Just search “Grasp” on your streaming service and give us a listen, we will happily Jam with anyone interested

Solution Honey

Post-pop-punk group from Eugene OR, Solution Honey’s “You Say It Will All Be Over Soon” hits all the marks of a great classic emo record. 


The W.O.W. Hall will comply with all COVID-19 Guidelines issued by the State of Oregon and the CDC at the time of the event. This may entail limitations on capacity that might be lower than the number of tickets sold and/or event cancellation.

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