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Sam Eliad

MARK STOCK
7 pm, Wednesday December 19 | Free. Sam Eliad performs nightly through Dec. 20.
 

[EMO-TWANG] From a tiny town in Oklahoma delightfully named Gene Autry, alt-country singer-songwriter Sam Eliad calls Portland home these days. The guitarist brought some Sooner with him, in the form of lap-steel daydreaming and a dusty, faintly rugged vocal presence. But he’s embraced the northwest musically, too, leading a band with the shuffling patience of a countrified Pedro The Lion. Eliad has but one self-titled debut to his name, but expect the unexpected at Al’s Den, as the residency program continues to surprise with rare solo performances and extra special guests. 



Where: Al's Den at the Crystal Hotel
Phone: 972-2670
Address: 303 SW 12th Ave.

 
 
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