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Source Suggests 1/6-1/13

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Haunted Summer

Soft psych with ethereal lead vocals should warm you up on these cold nights. Their sound spins around you like a gossamer web of sonic vibrations pinning your ears to their original and unbelievable melodies. See these guys and understand what true originality sounds like. 8pm. Sunday, Jan. 10. Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Dr. $8.

Whiskey Shivers with Woebegone and Acousta Noir

Whiskey Shivers puts on one of the highest energy shows you will ever see, bluegrass or otherwise. They shove a punk rock edge right into the mouth of their deep country sound, making one of their shows not only a truly singular experience, but one that will be impossible to forget...no matter how much whiskey you've had. 8 pm. Friday, Jan. 8. Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Dr. $10.

Harley Bourbon, Well Okay & Blackflowers Blacksun

Three established bands rocking out at one of the last bars left in Central Oregon where tourists fear to tread? And it's free? Are there individual massage therepists there to rub everyone's shoulders and tell them everything is going to be alright because so far this sounds too good to be true. Dance like no one's watching. 9pm. Tuesday, Jan. 12. M&J Tavern, 102 NW Greenwood Ave. No cover.

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