Indie Folk Rock band Blind Pilot plays Eugene this month.
The Music Scene Blog, by Cynthia Orlando
Freelance writer and volunteer blogger Cynthia Orlando writes about local music, music that KRVM listeners may also want to listen to.
Cynthia grew up in southern California where both her parents were musicians. While attending forestry school in northern California's Humboldt County she began reviewing music for entertainment publication "Northcoast View," and began writing again in 2009 for Portland's KINK-FM and announcer Dave Scott's blog.
In addition to her writing for KRVM she also writes for another non-profit station, Portland Radio Project in Portland. She’s also written for the Portland Tribune, Salem Statesman Journal, and many other Oregon newspapers on topics of forestry, tree care, and native plants.
Besides music, Cynthia's other interests include travel, REIKI, birding, and backpacking. Her favorite travel fantasy is getting to the Glastonbury Festival to cover the many outstanding artists there.
Cynthia can be reached at @CynthiaOrlando on Twitter.
Long-time KRVM listeners know how much the station loves the blues. For blues aficionados, there’s excitement in the air as guitar phenomenon Ty Curtis performs this weekend in Albany at the Northwest Art & Air Festival.
Alt-indie pop band Ships Have Sailed will perform at Sam Bond’s Brewing (540 E 8th Avenue location) in Eugene this Friday. The band’s music walks a middle ground between alt-rock and upbeat pop tracks like hit single “Summertime.”
Praiseworthy Kaleo performs at Eugene’s HiFi Music Hall this coming Friday, August 12. Kaleo boasts a sumptuous, sometimes thunderous blend of rock, blues and folk you won’t want to miss. Originally from Iceland, the band continues to grow their U.S. following via their new home base of Austin.
Almost six years since his last album, California-based alternative rock artist Pete Yorn returns with his premier Arranging Time release. A new music review by KRVM volunteer blogger, Cynthia Orlando.