The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum welcomes Oregon singer and songwriter John Baumann to perform as part of the Museum’s annual acoustic series on Friday, February 27, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.
Baumann has been performing for over twenty years. Baumann’s style has been compared to that of Tom Waits, Bob Dylan, and even Stephen Stills. He and his group, Satori Bob, have become well known for their eclectic covers and upbeat folk melodies. The group hales from Eugene, Oregon, although they have garnered a cult following throughout the Pacific Northwest. The group had a busy 2014 and received acclaim for their “lyrically compelling” songs. While the music has also been called strange, it has that familiar feel – as if you’ve heard the song before, but can’t place it. An ode to music that is well written and thoughtfully composed. This group is a must-see for a February winter night.
This will be their first performance in Cannon Beach. For those who have never had the joy of attending a concert at the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum, you are in for a treat! The organization limits the sell of tickets in order to keep the venue ambiance warm and welcoming. The acoustics are phenomenal!
You can purchase tickets by phone 503-436-9301 or through their website at www.cbhistory.org. Tickets are $12.00 adults and $2.00 children, complimentary refreshments will be provided. All proceeds will help fund the museums seasonal exhibits, field trip program and free events. Don’t miss your chance for some toe-tapping fun!
This concert has been brought to you by VACASA.