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Reminiscing on Bend's Music Scene

Local artists reminisce on what makes Bend's music scene so unique

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If there is a "Bend sound," what is it?

How do local music fans play into the scene?

Maya Garcia from the Band Dr Green Dreams plays a set during the High Desert Underground Music Festival in 2019. - KYLE SWITZER
  • Kyle Switzer
  • Maya Garcia from the Band Dr Green Dreams plays a set during the High Desert Underground Music Festival in 2019.

And where do local music makers like to play most?

As part of this week's feature on the Central Oregon music scene, I checked in with some local musicians to answer these questions and more.

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