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Northwest String Summit 2013 | Review & Photos

Submitted by Marley Lumbard on Wed, 08/07/2013 - 4:06 pm

Sometimes I find it truly incredible how different each festival is. Sure, when you poke around in different genres you’re going to have a different vibe, but even within the realm of strings and grass, you’ll find the good and you’ll find the bad. Northwest String Summit at Horning’s Hideout in Oregon doesn’t exactly make it into either category. I think it stands alone in the “this is the most amazing, beautiful, compelling, warming, etc.

Shook Twins Add Fall Tour Dates, Release New Song Premiere

Submitted by Sue DuMond on Tue, 08/06/2013 - 4:12 pm

Right in the midst of a fabulous summer festival season, Portland Oregon-based Shook Twins have just announced the addition of late summer and early fall tour dates to their already stacked calendar and a new song/video premiere. A first time tour to the Midwest and South in late September and for the entire month of October, will bring the groups trademark “eclectic mix of  folks, roots, pop and fun” to a whole new audience.

Shook Twins Announce 2013 Summer Tour

Submitted by Sue DuMond on Thu, 06/13/2013 - 2:15 pm

Portland Oregon-based Shook Twins enter June with a completed recording project, successfully funded Kickstarter, vinyl release, and announcement of their upcoming full summer festival season calendar. In May the group headed into the studio with Grammy nominated producer Ryan Hadlock (The Lumineers, Milo Greene) and in concert launched a successfully fan supported Kickstarter campaign to fund the project.

Ben Darwish Releases Morning Ritual's "The Clear Blue Pearl" on 5/16

Submitted by In Music We Trust on Thu, 04/25/2013 - 3:39 pm

On May 16th at Doug Fir Lounge, Portland, Oregon-based composer Ben Darwish will release his latest project, Morning Ritual, and release their first piece on 12" vinyl, "The Clear Blue Pearl" (featuring Shook Twins).

Also on the bill are De La Warr.  Doors are at 8pm, show starts at 9pm.  Tickets are $10.00 in advance.  The show is 21+.

Shook Twins| Gnu Gallery | Fort Collins, CO | 1/26/13 | Review

Submitted by Kevin Adams on Sat, 02/02/2013 - 10:24 am

GNU’s subterranean FoCo sanctuary is a creative playground offering Art exhibits, artist workshops, benefits for many artists and organizations. Voted Westword 2012 “Best DIY Music Venue – Ft. Collins,” GNU Experience Gallery’s is an eccentric array of interactive experiences, which include performance art, films, comedy, and musical performances.

Shook Twins | Shine Restaurant | Boulder, CO | 1/27/13 | Review

Submitted by underwoodschumm on Thu, 01/31/2013 - 10:36 am

After a backbreaking weekend of live music, I strolled into Shine for a performance by self-professed “quirky folk” band, The Shook Twins. Shine is a glimpse into what Boulder was and in some circumstances still is, and the complete antithesis of the growing corporate model seen along Pearl Street and recently highlighted by the emergence of Wal-Mart.

Shook Twins Return to Colorado for January Winter Show Run

Submitted by Sue DuMond on Mon, 12/17/2012 - 2:04 pm

Identical twins Laurie Shook (vocals, banjo, percussion and beatboxing) and Katelyn Shook (vocals, guitar and mandolin), are at the heart of the quirky folk band, Shook Twins. Rounding out the quartet is Niko Daoussis on bass/mandolin & Anna Tivel on fiddle. The Shook Twins intertwine gorgeous “twin” harmonies with an eclectic and eccentric blend of folk, roots, pop and fun. But don’t be fooled. The Shook Twins are not your average folk trio. They have a few tricks up their sleeves.

Grateful Web Interview with The Shook Twins

Submitted by Kevin Adams on Tue, 05/15/2012 - 5:56 pm

The Shook Twins sophomore release, Window is full of frolic and romp. The Portland, Oregon, "Quirky Folk Trio" features identical twins Laurie Shook (vocals, banjo, percussion and beatboxing) and Katelyn Shook (vocals, guitar and mandolin), with Kyle Volkman on bass. Released in April 2011, Window redefines Folk with hair-raising harmonies and an eclectic blend of resonating roots, precocious pop and foolhardy fun.

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