Juniper Jam

We are super excited to get to travel to one of our favorite corners of the country underneath the Wallowa mountains in Enterprise, OR to play Juniper Jam this year! It’s really one of the greatest one day music festivals there is and we’re pleased to be headlining it playing along with some great musicians, not to mention good friends. for details.

Left Coast Country Rocky Mountain Tour

WOW! Portland, you made July 6th at Mississippi Studios memorable to say the least. Thanks for the outpouring of support from our fans, family, and friends, you really make what we do possible. We are super stoked to be taking off soon for our Rocky Mountain Tour, bringing our flavor of bluegrass to a couple meccas of great music. Week or so more and we’ll be on our way to Idaho, through Montana, down to Colorado, and rounding up through Utah on our way back home.

Show Listings:

7/18 John’s Alley (Moscow, ID)

7/19 The Palace Lounge (Missoula, MT)

7/20 The Filling Station w/ The Bridger Creek Boys (Bozeman, MT)

7/22 Mountain Sun Brewery (Boulder, CO)

7/23 Cervantes w/ The Highland Ramblers (Denver, CO)

7/24 Live at Lunch (Ft. Collins, CO)

7/24 Avogadros Number (Ft. Collins, CO)

7/25 The Stage Stop (Rollingsville, CO)

7/26 The Garage (Salt Lake City, UT)

7/28 Doug Fir w/ The Bottlecap Boys (Portland, OR)

McMenamins Boon’s Treasury

Hey everyone! We’re back at Boon’s Treasury tonight 4/13/12 if you’re down for some free bluegrass in Salem. Nine to Midnight, no cover, good times. Hope to see some familiar faces out!

Doug Fir!

This upcoming Wednesday 4/11 Left Coast Country will be headlining the Doug Fir with the Bottlecap Boys, Bitterroot, and Poor Boy’s Soul. Show starts at 8:00pm sharp and will be going till Midnight.  Tickets are now on sale and you can purchase them here for $6 or $8 at the door! It’s a big show for us so we really hope to see you all out!

Looking forward to Wednesday

Here’s what the Bend Bulletin has to say about us, pretty neat I’d say.

LEFT COAST COUNTRY AT MCMENAMINS When you fire up and start looking for something to listen to, the song that immediately presents itself — down there in the lower right-hand corner, under a convenient “Play” button — is called “Pickin’ Livin’.” This is instructive, for two reasons. One: those apostrophes. Even though the five beard-wielding fellas in Left Coast Country call Portland home, their sound is authentically country, rural and twangy. The strings bend and ring just right for bluegrass, while the vocals are as nasal and Southern-sounding as the stuff you’d hear coming off front porches in Appalachia. This is Northwest roots music done the right way. And two: “Pickin’ Livin’” conveys the sense that, for LCC, pickin’ is not a hobby, not a job, but a way of life. The band will bring its high-octane, traditional-but-not-tired sound to McMenamins Old St. Francis School on Wednesday. — Ben Salmon, The Bulletin


Left Coast Country at the Old St Francis School!

Hey! Last night was a great kickoff debut of Left Coast’s new sound at the East Burn, thank’s to those who made it out for a pretty rocking show.  Travelling out to Bend, OR via some new wheels pulling a party to kick it off at the Old St Francis School on March 21st. Show starts at 7:00pm and goes till 10:00pm. Check it out, it’s going to be great to be back.