Leah Hueser // Nina Yates & Mark Tegio

22dec9:00 pm11:30 pmLeah Hueser // Nina Yates & Mark TegioTHURSDAY NIGHT | $5 | 9PMIce storm rolling in, postponed due to dangerous travel conditions

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DUE TO THE ICE STORM ROLLING IN, we’re preemptively postponing tonight’s show… we’d hate for folks to risk dangerous travel just for fun and frolic! Look for a new date for this soon!

Leah is a Portland, OR-based singer/songwriter who draws inspiration from Folk Americana artists of all decades. She has performed with groups large and small, but finds her musical sweet spot in playing solo acoustic sets. What started as violin lessons at the age of 6, Leah found her way to songwriting through travel, storytelling, a fascination with human connection and emotion… and a natural ability to overthink almost everything. Her debut EP,  Extra Guacamole, was written and recorded while living in Munich, Germany in 2017. Musicians themselves, her host family quickly filled the role as a backup band, and helped her create the four-song EP that is now found on all streaming platforms. Leah is currently writing her first full-length album with hopes of releasing it by the end of 2022. If you like Leah’s music and find yourself in the PNW, she is often spotted performing in a brewery, winery, or really anywhere an alcoholic beverage is being poured and music is being consumed.

Nina Yates is a Portland, Oregon based singer songwriter who pulls you into her stories with thoughtful and distinctive songs. A slow, tender and delicate drag, yet fierce with lived emotion, the wisdom of a mother, the comfort of a sister and the heartbreak of a daughter.

Built to roam, singing songs and telling stories along the way. Mark Tegio‘s songs do not help settle the dust of the wanderer, but rather, travel along side playing ode to a ramblin’ fever. He often credits the influence of Blaze Foley and Townes Van Zandt for his guitar picking and songwriting style. Still, while their influence shines through, it only acts to illuminate the sincerity of his own approach.




December 22, 2022 9:00 pm - 11:30 pm