Lyricist,Musician Composer,Artist Nathanial Ingram picked up the Mountain Dulcimer at the age of 10 and realized he had a gift of music and songwriting. He decided to sing with the Portland Youth Philharmonic Choir. Nathanial was later introduced to John...
Lyricist,Musician Composer,Artist Nathanial Ingram picked up the Mountain Dulcimer at the age of 10 and realized he had a gift of music and songwriting. He decided to sing with the Portland Youth Philharmonic Choir. Nathanial was later introduced to John Cash and Neil Young and was inspired so much by them that he was given a guitar for his 12th birthday and wrote and produced his first composition, “In the Beginning". After 1 year of intensive training, Nathanial produced his first full length CD called, "Summertime in the City", with 26 tracks of AMAZING music, from the genres of Bluegrass, Blues, Folk and Light Rock and Comedy that is available for purchase at Music Millennium and CDBABY.COM/MALACHI STERLING. Taking up the stage name of Malachi Sterling, Nathan has had the pleasure of playing at Bluegrass festivals, Folk Festivals, Satyricon Night club, The infamous Music Millennium NW Portland and The Liven Green Earth day tribute. Nathanial has met and played with legends Allison Krauss, Kyle Vincint, David Holt, The Jug Banjoneers, Brooks and Dunn, Michael Allen Harrison, Rick Scaggs, Chris Collins, and many other seasoned musicians from all over the West Coast. Fresh out of the studio, Malachi has just produced his second CD,"DEFUZED", with 17 tracks of astounding music. Malachi writes and performs all his own music and lyrics and draws and paints the artwork in his CD's.Hillsboro Argus has published articles many times on Nathanials achievements as a "child prodigy" from all his artistical aspects. Malachi will be finishing Highschool and graduating this Spring all the while continuing his music career and also is be going into the studio Summer of 2008 to record his third CD.
New concert series benefits HART, Oregon Food Bank by Hillsboro Argus New concert series benefits HART, Oregon Food Bank Thursday, July 03, 2008 The Hillsboro Argus The new HART 2008 Summer Concert Series will include 10 concerts scheduled to benefit the theatre and...
New concert series benefits HART, Oregon Food Bank by Hillsboro Argus New concert series benefits HART, Oregon Food Bank
Thursday, July 03, 2008 The Hillsboro Argus
The new HART 2008 Summer Concert Series will include 10 concerts scheduled to benefit the theatre and one to benefit the Oregon Food Bank.
Evan Acey, owner of Right Now, PC, is creating and organizing the series. "We are installing a brand new sound system in the theatre next week that will support both concerts and greatly enhance drama," said Acey, an avid musician and music promoter.
He has been hosting open mic events for more than a year and Blackberry Jam, one of the series bands, was formed after musicians connected through the open mic sessions held at Right Now, PC which also is home to Influence Gallery.
Tickets will be $10 for each concert. They will be available at HART Theater, 185 SE Washington Street, Hillsboro, or by calling 503-693-7815 for reservations and at Influence Art Gallery, 231 E. Main Street, Hillsboro, or by calling 503-693-1741for reservations.
The lineup includes:
July 10 and 11 and Aug. 14 and 15, at 7 p.m.: Rogue River plays soft classic rock with Steve Batti on the drums, Charlie Cook on lead guitar, Dave Degmen playing rhythm guitar, Dave Lee on keyboards and Jake Russell on the bass guitar.
July 5, at 7 p.m.: Blackberry Jam is a local jazzy blues band made up of lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Mick Schafer; Tom Esch on the violin, banjo and mandolin; Garrett Pessin on the harmonica; Aubrey Webber on the cello and vocals; Diana Dokos on bass and Alex Yore on drums.
July 12, 7 p.m.: Scott Kritzer, classical guitarist who has played at Carnegie Hall, in London's Wigmore Hall, and Lutheran Hall in Sapporo, Japan. In 1996, he represented Oregon in a special performance at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.
July 19, 6 p.m.: Battle of the Bands. Three local high school bands will compete for cash prizes. The bands are M?fald, Apeos Grad and Couch the Band.
July 26, 7 p.m.: Don Haupt plays traditional Delta Blues keeping strictly to the tradition of the self accompanied blues-singer.
Aug. 2: Feppo Brothers with Jon Koonce. Locally artist Jon Koonce, on guitar and percussion, will be joined by Steve Adams on bass guitar, Bill Feldman on guitar, Ken Scandlyn on guitar and Linda Feldman on accordion and percussion. They perform an eclectic blend of blues, classic rock and original compositions.
Aug. 9, 7 p.m.: Eldorado Gene's "Song Writers in the Round will feature Eldorado Gene, Sarah Adams, Skip Farmer, Sandy Farmer and Malachi Sterling." HART will donate 100 percent of the ticket sales from the concert to the Oregon Food Bank.
Aug. 16, 7 p.m.-Ida Viper performs western swing, bluegrass and jazz, with Mark Petteys on 5-string banjo and guitar, Brian Oberlin on mandolin and Russ Baker on standup bass.