Music on The Willamette Series 2020: Red Bird
June 28 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Come out to the winery and enjoy great wine, friendly company, and fabulous music in a beautiful setting right on the Willamette River! On concert days we’re open from 12 noon – 5 pm. Music will typically run from 1 – 4 pm. We offer a covered patio with table and chair seating for about 125 patrons. On busy days it may be a good idea to bring your own lawn chairs.
A full tasting menu ($10 tasting fee) is available 12 noon to 1 pm only on music Sundays (includes cover fee). Glass pours and bottle purchases only 1 to 5 pm, with a cover fee of $5 per person/free for Cellar Club members.
In addition to our wines we are pleased to offer soft drinks, Oregon Craft Brews, and food truck service from Firepit Wandering Kitchen.
Take a look at our upcoming schedule and plan a special day out near the river. We also offer a Bocce ball court, horse shoes and you just might want to take a nice stroll right out to the river’s edge. Camping in the vineyard is also available – learn more here
June 28th, 2020 – Red Bird
Red Bird is a combination of R&B and roots music communicated through powerhouse vocals and mind-bending guitar features. Often joyful, always honest – you will believe these songs were written just for you.
All the musicians in Red Bird have played concerts and festivals around the world (Spain, France, England, Canada, Italy, China, the US, etc.) Red Bird was formed out of mutual respect, friendship, and genuine love of playing music together. And it really shows in the quality of the performance and the contagious fun they have playing together. They take the stage intending to win the audience by capturing their attention, captivating them, taking them on a journey from the first note to the last.
“Just interviewed my favorite Portland band! If you like the music of Bonnie Raitt, Amy Winehouse, Joss Stone, Patsy Cline or Nina Simone, you will love Red Bird’s music.”
— Stephanie Kralevich, More Good Day Oregon (Fox 12)
“The result is a band that is unabashedly soulful with elements of blues and roots. Gregg’s formal vocal training is evident in her ability to trade in both tenderness and sheer force.”