COOS BAY — Returning to Mingus Park, The Dustbowl Revival brings their stage full of performers back from Los Angeles to entertain Bay Area residents and visitors. Their concert will start at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12, in Mingus Park. The band will be stopping on their West Coast tour after a couple gigs in Seattle, a stop in Lake Oswego and then Sisters, before they head off the Nashville, Tenn. for the AmericanaFest. This band's schedule shows what a busy act they are with nearly 200 shows a year, not many of their performances are free.
The Dustbowl Revival has been making a name for themselves with a vibrant mix of vintage Americana sounds. This eclectic eight-piece band features founder Zach Lupetin, guitar and vocals; Liz Beebe, vocals and ukulele; Mark Daniel, mandolin; Connor Vance, fiddle; Matt Rubin, trumpet; Ulf Bjorlin, trombone; James Klopfleisch, bass; and Joshlyn Herrernan, drums.
Parking is limited at this popular event so free shuttles have been organized from Blossom Gulch Elementary School, Coos Art Museum and the Old City Hall parking lots.
Coming next Sept. 19 - Toyz, and the final concert on Sept. 26 will feature Blair Crimmins & the Hookers.