Live At The Gate is your premier Southern Oregon destination for Music, Dining, & Lodging. We are located at the Applegate River Lodge & Resturant where you can enjoy fine foods, local wines, and good vibes while listening to a wide variety of world class bands and local favorites. 15100 Hwy 238 Applegate, Oregon
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Please leave your dogs at home, there will be no dogs allowed on property during music night. Also no Overnight camping and bring a DD to help keep our roads safe. Thank you!
SATURDAY JANUARY 25TH High Step Society | Free Creatures
Doors 8PM | Show 9PM | Advance $15 | Doors $20
When the honeyed tones of The Jazz Age meld with hottest beat drops of the new millennium, you get High Step Society’s elixir of live Electro Swing. Grandma remembers when she listened to jazz giants on the old Victrola. Grandkids feel the bass beats deep in their chest cavity. Merging dance music from our past with sounds for the future, High Step Society features a shimmering horn section that soars over syncopated high hats and rat-a-tat snare. The kids in the band are electronic music producers as well as educated jazz musicians. Audaciously sophisticated, High Step Society is rethinking jazz with unorthodox arrangements, and bringing a touch of elegance to electronic music.
In 2017 we played at Lucidity, Enchanted Forest, Oregon Country Fair, What the Festival?!, Imagine (Orcas Island), Symbiosis Global Eclipse Gathering, and headlined the Whiteaker Block Party in Eugene. In 2018 we played Upstream Festival, Enchanted Forest, Oregon Country Fair, Summer Meltdown and Burning Man.
We have provided direct support for Dirtwire, March Fourth, Zion I crew, and the Polish Ambassador. We have played many large themed/holiday events in the Portland area such as Vote for Dancing, and Phantom PDX. In November 2017, we were flown to Calgary to take part in a sold-out signature production of Cirque De La Nuit, and are planning future collaborations with that company. Also, in May 2018 we did a full-length production of Alice in Wonderland with Ballet Fantastique in Eugene, in which they produced an all-original choreographed ballet to our music.
So far we have self-released one full-length album, entitled 'High Step Society', in January of 2017. We also put out a series of remixes of this album on Swing Set Sounds, which has been created in collaboration with 12 producers worldwide. We are currently working on our second full-length album, to be released in 2020.
Free Creatures: Vintage jazz inspo meets hip hop and psychedelic rock guitar.
WEDNESDAY FEBUAURY 19TH Petunia/DeaWest/Aurelia
Doors 8PM | Show 9PM | Advance $12 | Doors $15
Petunia and the Vipers, Jason Dea West And Aurelia Cohen of Intuitive Compass will bring you an unforgettable evening of delight at the infamous Applegate River Lodge. Reserve a room and party like it is 2020!!! Dance drink and dine while making unforgettable memories, doors at 8, show at 9, see you there!
THURSDAY FEBUARY 27TH The Stone Foxes
Doors 8PM | Show 9PM | Advance $10 | Doors $15
From their youthful days of quad-lead-singer-rock-n-roll to their
indie-roots-rock-tour-mania all the way to their brief stint as a Swedish synth-pop collective, the Brothers Koehler (Shannon and Spence) have remained the creative anchors of San Francisco's The Stone Foxes.
And now, with Spence pulling a full-on Brian Wilson, writing songs in his sand-filled Malibu beach mansion, Shannon has taken on the role of "full-time microphone boy," leading the charge in the studio and on the road. In this new set-up, the dudes still pull from a hot pool of talented collaborators, both familiar and new.
With the release of their latest EP Gold, it's clear that the hill-folk turned flat-landers have evolved their studio technique from "point the horn at the gut bucket" to a fuller and more sophisticated sound. They've managed to capture and even elevate the unadulterated joy of seeing them live. Even so, one thing remains eternally true of the Stone Foxes; if you die without seeing them live, it will have been a wasted life.
In the tiny mountain town of Nederland, Colorado, where the air is clean and city noise is nonexistent, you will find an environment in stark contrast with life on the road as a musician. Vince Herman, who spent 15 years as founder/front man for Leftover Salmon, has been counteracting countless long nights on tour by taking advantage of the peace and serenity of life in the Rockies.
In the 90's, Vince Herman changed the face of music by combining the talents of banjoist Mark Vann, mandolinist/guitarist Drew Emmitt, bassist Tye North and drummer Michael Wooten to form the polyethnic Cajun 'slamgrass' band that impressively juggled over 150 shows a year. Leftover Salmon traveled the country performing as one of the most-wanted festival acts, ultimately impacting the history of bluegrass culture and its many fans. Leftover Salmon participated in nearly every major North American festival over the past 15 years. They performed at High Sierra Music Festival eight times, Telluride Bluegrass Festival eight times, All Good festival three times, as well as a long list of others such as Bonnaroo, Wakarusa, Austin City Limits Festival, Jazz Aspen, Beale Street Music Festival and the H.O.R.D.E tour. Throughout their extensive career, special guests such as Tim O'Brien, Jim Page, Paul Barrare, Bill Payne, Bela Fleck, Waylon Jennings, Taj Mahal, Lucinda Williams, John Bell, Todd Park Mohr, John Cowan and Earl Scruggs have joined in on the Leftover fun.