Voiceworks June 30 Honky-Tonk Preview

After a two year absence, Voiceworks is back – a week of singing at Fort Worden State Park! There is still space in the workshop (register online), but today we'll start the first of our performance previews for Voiceworks.

Wednesday, June 30
Honky-Tonk Night
Building 204 | 7:30 pm | $10

  • Nadine Landry and the Black Pot Cookers          
  • Wylie and Wild West  

Tickets for the Wednesday night show, as well as Friday night's swing dance and Saturday's McCurdy Pavilion show are available online.

Nadine Landry
Nadine Landry

was born and raised in a musical family on the Gaspe Peninsula on the
east coast of Quebec. She’s spent a significant portion of her musical
life playing upright bass in the Yukon, courtesy of the Canadian
bluegrass band Hungry Hill. She has also lent her talents to various
bands ranging from old time to honky tonk to swing and Cajun. Nadine
spends most of her time on the road. She calls the Yukon home, but
frequently visits Portland, where she plays with the Foghorn
Stringband/Trio and occasionally sits in with the Caleb Klauder Country

Here is a video of Nadine singing with Hungry Hill in West Virginia.

Wylie Gustafson
Singer, songwriter, rancher, horseman, and the
original, world-famous Yahoo!® yodeler, Wylie Gustafson leads
the musical outfit known as The Wild West. He’s played thousands of
gigs, delighting audiences around the world with his good-time cowboy
music. He’s performed at the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering, The
National Folk Festival, Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, on A Prairie
Home Companion, and he’s appeared more than 50 times on the Grand Ole

Here is a video of Wylie and his band playing "Ol Montan" at the Tractor Tavern in Seattle.