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A few years back monks from the Shaolin Temple in the Henan Province of China visited SOU to perform with the Huaxia Orchestra from the museum in Zhengzhou. Having visited the Shaolin Temple and the museum in Zhengzhou a few years before that, it was not a night I was going to miss.
Today’s photo is from their performance in the Music Recital Hall on the Southern Oregon University campus.
I had a request for more photos of The Avett Brothers, so here you go.
Today’s random, desktop image comes from three and a half years ago.
Club 66 closed its doors while I was gone this summer. No word yet on what will take its place.
Today’s photo is from May of 2014 @ Club 66. It’s of one of the many bands I’ve taken photos of but never processed. Now I don’t even know who this is. Can anyone help?
They opened for Early Man and had a female singer with two-toned hair. Maybe they were from the UK?
Cheridan Hawkins’ career at Oregon came to an end yesterday after four stellar seasons. By the end of Saturday it seemed the #5 Ducks would be headed to the World Series again. With #1 Florida being upset and knocked out and the Ducks up 1-0 on UCLA at home in the Super Regionals, the odds of Oregon winning the whole thing looked possible. Then, Sunday, just two outs away from a trip to Oklahoma City, UCLA came back to win the game 2-1, forcing another game which they also took 2-1. The Ducks outscored the Bruins 10-5 in the series, and Oregon won the regular-season Pac-12 title, but neither of those things mattered. UCLA is moving on, and the Ducks are done.
Over four years, Cheridan threw almost 800 innings, struck out over a thousand batters, compiled a 1.66 ERA, a won-loss record of 108-20, and earned 17 saves.
Johnny B’s next week (5/3/16), 9 p.m.
Deathblow returns from Salt Lake City. If it was at Club 66 I’d be there. They will be playing in Medford at Johnny B’s.