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You Knew Me When

Outfitted with a variety of musical instruments, this husband and wife duo presents a full band sound that blends progressive indie rock and folk compositions. You Knew Me When is made up of Cie and Karisa Hoover, who left their Nashville home and full-time jobs to tour the country sharing their musical stories. You Knew Me When plays songs that blend singer-songwriter soul with indie rock guitar and rhythms. Grab a brew and enjoy the couple's indie folk-pop sounds outside against the brisk autumn air. 6-8 pm. Thursday, Oct 8. The Lot, 745 NW Columbia St. No cover.

Love Gigantic

Comprised of members of popular Portland bands of the past and present, Love Gigantic unites lead singer Sarah King with players from Casey Neill & the Norway Rats and Dirty Martini, among others, for a collaboration of tender and harmonious rock. Love Gigantic incorporates pristine vocals with rock sentiments to create a moody, yet soulful sound. The six-piece band blends acoustic and electric textures in a vintage, soft rock vein. 7 pm. Thursday, Oct 8. McMenamins Old St. Francis School, 700 NW Bond St. No cover.

Juju Eyeball

Not everyone likes The Beatles, but odds are the people who say they don't are lying. Once "Here Comes the Sun" comes on, whether you love, hate, or are apathetic toward The Beatles, hips start to sway and the words magically find their way to lips. It's impossible not to sing along to the hits and what better message is there than, "All You Need is Love?" Juju Eyeball, Bend's own Beatles cover band, brings the hits to stages across Central Oregon. Indulge in timeless nostalgia with covers of one of the world's favorite bands. 8:30-11:30 pm. Saturday, Oct 10. Northside Bar & Grill, 62860 Boyd Acres Rd. No cover.

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