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Enjoy wine tastings — including the exclusive Vineyard Series — special releases, a complimentary commemorative stemless glass and discounts on Maryhill’s entire portfolio. Guests will receive up to 35% off all wine purchases and up to 50% off Case Specials.
Experience all that Maryhill has to offer by listening to live music on the Tuscan-style terrace (1pm-5pm) featuring Matt Brown (Saturday), Signatures (Sunday) and The Tablerockers (Monday). Spend the afternoon playing bocce on one of four world-class courts, and delight your taste buds with food available for purchase from Lilo's BBQ every day during the event (12pm-5pm).
Matt Brown is an old soul with a voice seasoned by influences such as Ray Charles and Bill Withers. His guitar style is steeped in the tradition of Eric Clapton and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Evident in his opening for Chris Isaak and Huey Lewis, the music of Matt Brown is rooted in timeless soul. His songs are fresh but familiar and tend to move the heart as much the feet. There is an authenticity in the words and delivery that create Brown’s signature sound.
Rarely does a vocal group have four gifted female soloists; each one is a headliner in her own right, with her own unique signature. Signatures combines the sounds of ‘40s style groups, pop, free jazz vocalizing and also draws from the touching harmonies of Simon and Garfunkel, the country rock sound of the Eagles, and the inventive, dynamic arrangements of Earth, Wine & Fire. Listening to Signatures is pure musical joy and their spontaneous humor delights audiences. Whether it’s a discussion of who gets to sing a song by which female singer in the ”Diva Request” portion of the show, or whose outfit could use a little fine-tuning, the fun abounds, with the ladies of Signatures bringing the audience along for the ride.
It's plain and simple, The Tablerockers play Chicago Blues. This is the real thing, post-war blues of the '40s through '60s. Harvey Brindell recently moved to Portland, Oregon from Lincoln, Nebraska where he had been putting together, booking, promoting, and playing in blues bands for twenty five years. It was his intention to put a band together after settling into the music scene in Portland. But along the way he heard about "The Dirty Lowdown" a rhythm section that included Sean Scheewe on drums. They started an on-line conversation before Harvey even arrived in Portland. After getting into town, Harvey hooked up with Sean and after recruiting harmonica wizard Marty Presler and bass player Walter Guy, they formed The Tablerockers, a blues outfit that fills a niche in Portland that has been largely untapped, straight Chicago Blues.