Once again two CROCK teams rocked the Volcanic Theatre Sunday night for their Early Summer Season Finale in June. For this session we were fortunate to have a professional videographer to capture and edit the entire event. So enjoy these longer videos. These young, talented musicians continue to showcase their schooling in vocals, drums, guitar, bass, & conga playing. Here’s the two reels:
For our Spring 2018 Season Finale we had three (yes 3!) different CROCK teams jam-out at the Volcanic Theatre. These young student musicians did an incredible job showcasing their performance skills in vocals, drums, guitar, bass, violin, & conga playing. Here’s some highlights:
Two CROCK teams rocked the Volcanic Theatre Sunday night for their Winter 2017 Season Finale. These student musicians could give us all lessons in vocals, drums, guitar, bass, & conga playing. Here’s some highlights:
Two CROCK teams rocked the Volcanic Theatre Sunday night for their Summer 2017 Season Finale. Set one featured Everybody Talks, The Middle, Beverly Hills, Follow you Down, Big Yellow Taxi, Black or White, and Perfect. Set two featured Some Nights, The Twist, People Get Ready, Wagon Wheel, Waiting on the World, I Lived, and Valerie. These young, talented musicians took us to music school with some great vocals, drums, guitar, bass, & conga playing. Here’s some highlights:
Members of CROCK and the Bend Student Jazz Ensemble tore-up the Black Butte Porter stage at the Bend Roots Festival with the Jazz Bros! Special thanks to Mark Ransom for the invitation and all his efforts in fostering the festival – and for joining the band on stage for some rippin blues! And thank you Deschutes Brewery for the venue and the beer!
Here are three songs featured by these talented musicians:
Members of the CROCK team, the Bend Student Jazz Ensemble, and the Bend High Vocal Dynamics Troupe put together some simply fantastic performances to kick-off another great (AND FREE!) Jazz At The Oxford music teaching and music instruction workshop featuring internationally recognized jazz vocalist Mary Stallings. Special thanks to Ms Stallings for offering some great perspectives on her career in music, and to producer Marshall Glickman, director Georges Bouhey (filling-in for Max on drums who was out sick), the Oxford Hotel, and ALL the Jazz At The Oxford sponors!
Here are the four songs featured by these talented, young, student musicians:
The CROCK team rocked the Volcanic Theatre Saturday night with two sets of music for their Spring 2013 Season Finale. Set one was 35 minutes of jams included Bluse in F, Funk#49, After Midnight, Evil Ways, and Mercy, Mercy, Mercy. Set two was 40 minutes of primarily new songs from this spring including The Chicken, Solar, Blue on Black, I Feel Good, and Love Me Two Times.These young, talented musicians took us to music school this time with some great drums, guitar, bass, piano, uke & conga playing. Here’s some highlights:
Blue on Black
Christian on lead vocals & Damon rips it on Guitar!
Kudos to their Voice Lessons and Electric Guitar Lessons in Bend Oregon.
Love Me Two Times
Nice vocals Damon, sweet triplets Hunter, & awesome solo Thayer!
I Feel Good
It’s all in the timing baby!
Check out Steven’s drum chops & Hunter on Congas!
Kudos to their Drum Teacher in Bend Oregon.
Laz rips up the keys & Christian thumps the Bass!
Kudos to their Piano Lessons and Bass Guitar Lessons in Bend Oregon.
The CROCK team rocked some music with the JazzBros! at McMenamins in downtown Bend, Oregon. The following is a compilation video featuring a rendition of Blues in F, Kenny Wayne Shepard’s Blue on Black, and Santana’s Evil Ways (w/guest keyboardist Eden visiting from GrrrlzRock in Eugene).After Crock the JazzBros! went into full swing and took us all to music school with some great drums, sax, & bass playing. Check out this brief clip from the second set. Thanks JazzBros!