Husband/wife guitar duo Rävenwolf will bring their funky, folksy, acoustic blues-rock back to Curry County with an intimate concert at the Pistol River Friendship Hall at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 16.
The price is $15 with tickets available at the door and at Wright’s Custom Framing (Brookings), The Book Dock (Harbor) and Gold Beach Books.
This writer has caught Ravinwolf the last two times the couple has played Curry County, and was blown away by their versatility and overall musicianship. This time they hope to have their regular percussionist with them, which will elevate the music to new heights.
The Washington-based acoustic musicians Jamey and Heather Bilyeu work magic with just two guitars and dual vocals to defy musical boundaries, switching from gritty blues to rock to country. Their overall style reminded me of ’60s and ’70s artists Jefferson Airplane, Heart, CSNY and Bonnie Raitt. And, while they’re more than happy to cover these artists’ songs, their originals are just as strong. If you are a fan of blues, rock and roll and acoustic folk, don’t miss Rävenwolf.
For more information about the concert go to www.pistolriver.com
Find out more about Ravinwolf and see video performances at www.ravinwolf.com
Meanwhile, here is a 40-minute mp3 recorded during Ravinwolf’s concert in Brookings last year: