A Summer Evening with David Jacobs-Strain August 23rd

David Jacobs-Strain

“a reggae-funk jam-band rhythm…deep blues mode…a greasy New Orleans-style gumbo” – Chicago Tribune

 

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Where:
Lange Estate Winery
18380 NE Buena Vista Drive,
Dundee, Oregon

 

When:

August 23
Doors open at 6PM
Concert starts at 7PM

 

Tickets
$20 advance
$25 at the door

Wine Club Members
$16 advance
$20 at the door

 

Call (503) 538-6476
to purchase tickets

 

Bring a picnic and a blanket
Enjoy lawn & terrace seating

Oregon’s own David Jacobs-Strain comes to Lange Winery this August for his third appearance. Relax in the cool of a summer evening atop the Dundee Hills and groove to this eclectic guitarist’s deep blues and funk-jam rhythms.

 

Musician/winemaker Don Lange and his family are big fans of David and are thrilled to bring one of the country’s most popular eclectic blues musicians to the winery for his third concert.

 

The prodigious skills of David Jacobs-Strain take him far from his Oregon roots across the US, Canada and Europe to venues like the Newport Folk Festival and the Montreal Jazz Festival. David has shared the stage with musicians including Boz Scaggs (more than 60 shows) Etta James, Taj Mahal, T-Bone Burnett, Lucinda Williams, and Bob Weir. He is a regular at New York City’s Rockwood Music Hall and San Francisco’s American Music Hall. He remembers his roots, performing each year at his first paying gig (age 12): Oregon Country Fair.

 

 

Chicago Tribune:

“Jacobs-Strain’s tastes are eclectic…a reggae-funk jam-band rhythm…deep blues mode…a greasy New Orleans-style gumbo”

 

“David Jacobs-Strain sounds as if he’s under the spell of old souls… he has absorbed country blues influences without sacrificing his own personality.”

 

“His acoustic and electric guitar work is crisp and driven, and his voice can rise to a soulful pitch or fall quietly in sync with a loping beat. His imagery-rich tales—well, it’s not hard to imagine some of them being covered by the likes of John Hammond Jr. . . . or Boz Scaggs.”

 

 

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Sunset, enjoying last year’s concert

 

 

Washington Post:

“His acoustic and electric guitar work is crisp and driven, and his voice can rise to a soulful pitch or fall quietly in sync with a loping beat. His imagery-rich tales—well, it’s not hard to imagine some of them being covered by the likes of John Hammond Jr. . . . or Boz Scaggs. . .”

 

 

 

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Last year’s David Jacobs-Strain concert at Lange Estate Winery, sunset over the Dundee Hills

 

 

 

Guitar Player Magazine:

“David Jacobs-Strain sings and plays slide-driven country blues with a passion and authority that few artists of any age can muster. But besides firing off compelling covers of traditional tunes. . . his original songs have served to update and evolve the idiom, winning widespread respect from the contemporary blues community.”