Induction Ceremony Oct. 13th at Aladdin

The 12th Annual Oregon Music Hall of Fame (OMHOF) Induction & Concert will be held on Saturday, October 13th at 7pm at the Aladdin Theater. The concert will feature performances by The Kingsmen, Monti Amundson Trio and Ural Thomas and the Pain.  Tony Starlight will MC the event which will feature a live auction of autographed guitars including: Willie Nelson, Jackson Browne, Adam Ant and Echo & the Bunnymen. Proceeds from this event help support our music education, scholarship programs, and inductions.

Tickets available at:  https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1747650

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The 12th Annual Oregon Music Hall of Fame (OMHOF) Induction & Concert will be held on Saturday, October 13th at 7pm at the Aladdin Theater. The concert will feature performances by The Kingsmen, Monti Amundson Trio and Ural Thomas and the Pain.  Tony Starlight will MC the event which will feature a live auction of autographed guitars including: Willie Nelson, Jackson Browne, Adam Ant and Echo & the Bunnymen. Proceeds from this event help support our music education, scholarship programs, and inductions.

Come celebrate the inductions of:

ARTISTS: Andy Stokes, Freak Mountain Ramblers, Monti Amundson, The Rats and

Ural Thomas

SIDE PLAYERS Dan Eccles, Dover Weinberg

INDUSTRY: Dennis Carter (Falcon Studios), Peter& Michael Mott (The Last Hurrah)

The music artistry awards include:

ARTIST OF THE YEAR–Portugal.The Man

ALBUM OF THE YEAR–Portugal.The Man–Woodstock

 

Tickets are on sale at Ticketfly.com and the Aladdin Theater box office. Tickets are $30 in advance or $35 at the door. VIP tickets, which include prime seating, collectable laminated pass, a Gary Houston limited edition hand pulled signed and numbered poster plus entrance to the catered after-induction party with the inductees, musicians and other VIPs, are $100 in advance or $110 at the door.

This years presenting sponsor is Elliott, Powell, Baden & Baker Insurance. Additional sponsors: Southeast Portland Rotary, Columbia Bank, KISN-FM, Hotel Modera, Willamette Week, Oregon Music News, Classic Pianos, KGON, Five Star Guitars, Portland Music and Youth Music Project.

What is the Oregon Music Hall of Fame?    

The Oregon Music Hall of Fame (OMHOF) is a non-profit organization (501 c3) whose main purpose is to promote and preserve the musical arts of the state of Oregon. The Oregon Music Hall of Fame is dedicated to the development, revitalization, invention and expansion of music education in Oregon’s public and private educational institutions. So far this year we have produced music education programs in Oregon public schools without music programs that have served over 5000 students. We also gave away four $2500 scholarships to high school seniors that were going on to further their music education at a higher level.

 

Side players:  Dan Eccles, Dover Weinberg

 

Dan Eccles

Guitarist

Inducted 2018

Dan Eccles is one of those guitarists who seem to play just what the band needs to hear. From his days with Richmond Fontaine, Fernando, international tours with Willy Vlautin and King Black Acid, he adds the right touch to whatever genre. According to Richmond Fontaine’s Willy Vlautin,  “Dan was always my favorite guitar player in Portland. He always plays twice as hard as any of us and he always shows up trying to deliver. He’s the soul.” He has backed Lewi Longmire in the Left Coast Roasters and, most notably, was a member of Moxy Love Crux, with Andy Ricker and Chris McDermott.  In 2014, the inaugural release on Voodoo Doughnut Recordings featured Dan’s first project as orchestrator and front man on the seven-inch single titled “It Ain’t No Cupcake Working at Voodoo Doughnut.”

(https://musicmillennium.com/Event/41361)

 

 

Dover Weinberg

Blues Keyboardist

Inducted 2018

Dover Weinberg grew up in East County and was just playing for himself and giving lessons when bassist Dave Kahl coaxed him onto the stage.  After some time at Mt. Hood Community College, he hit the road with a number of Northwest bands. Dover came on board with the Eugene-based Robert Cray in the late 1970s. Though not always in the band, Dover’s corner of the Robert Cray groove goes back 40 years. In between he has played and recorded with many local and national Blues greats: Albert Collins, Charlie Musselwhite, Coco Montoya, Duffy Bishop, Paul Delay and Lloyd Jones. Dover has a wicked sense of humor, great Groucho Marx sendup and humbly jokes that his resume makes him “look like he can’t hold a job,” but Dover is the kind of player that makes anyone who shares a stage with him want to raise their game. He is currently performing and recording with the Robert Cray Band.

(https://www.facebook.com/dover.weinberg)

 

 

Industry: Dennis Carter, Peter& Michael Mott

 

Dennis Carter

Studio Owner/Producer/Engineer

Inducted 2018

Dennis Carter started playing drums at the age of 11, continued in Big Bands and Blues. In 1981 he and Dave Lohr formed Falcon Recording Studios, which has since grown into 4-room facility, combining both new and old technology.   Flacon’s client list is large and long and includes: Linda Hornbuckle, Terry Robb, Mel Brown, Lloyd Jones, Bernard Purdie, Obo Addy, Tom Grant, Robben Ford and many others. He most recently oversaw Curtis Salgado’s collaborative project with guitarist Alan Hager called “Rough Cut”–nearly 20 years since Portland’s harmonica great recorded his first album there, with his band, the Stilettos. Dennis Carter still finds time play drums with Terry Robb’s trio but his time at Falcon Studios has made Portland a great place for musicians to record.

(http://www.falconrecordingstudios.com/)

 

Peter and Michael Mott

Club Owners/Music Entrepreneurs

Inducted 2018

In the 1980s, a vibrant array of downtown nightclubs featured live music. Michael and Peter Mott were the brothers with sister, Susan, who ran the Last Hurrah in sprawling basement at 6th and SW Alder. From 1975 to 1987, the club-hosted local bands seven nights a week with a policy that a certain percentage of the music had to be original. Promoting a wild variety of styles the club featured: Billy Rancher, Cruise Control, Burnside Bombers and a long run of Tuesdays with the Rasco Brothers. Michael was the executive producer for early albums by the Rascos, Johnny and the Distractions and Nu Shooz. Most nights were well promoted and filled to capacity. One night John Entwistle of the Who sat in on bass with Portland’s Dan Reed Network. After the club closed, Peter was known for his work on Bud Clark’s Mayor’s Ball and the Rose Festival. Michael Mott returned to his love of golf, at Nike’s golf division for 25 years and recently… playing more golf.

https://pamplinmedia.com/component/content/article?id=90478

 

 

 

Heritage Awards: The KISN Good Guys, Ed Dougherty

 

 

KISN Good Guys

Radio personalities

Inducted 2018

Before the heyday of FM radio, there was a powerhouse Top 40 station in Portland that broadcast at 910 on the AM dial.  From 1959 to 1976, when the FCC shut them down, KISN ruled the AM dial like no other station in Portland: at times capturing a whopping 86% of the listening audience. The station played Pop, R&B and, of course, Rock’n’Roll. The DJ’s collectively became known as’ The KISN Good Guys.’  The crew included larger than life personalities like the ‘Real’ Don Steele, Pat Pattee, ‘Tiger’ Tom Murphy, Dave ‘Records’ Stone, Roger Hart, Rod ‘Kangaroo’ Muir, Tom Michaels, Robert ‘Addie Bopkins’ Atkins, Ken Chase, Mike Phillips, Roger W. Morgan, Roger Adams and Buddy Scott. KISN was known for a trademark blend of high energy, tongue-in-cheek antics, like the famous sign that greeted everyone at PDX “Welcome Home….We’ve been KISN your wife.” Recently, Dave Stone, good friend “Dirty Dave the Record Slave,” station historian Craig Adams, and technician Scott Young have brought the great station back to life as KISN FM 95.1.

(http://goodguyradio.com) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoMJy4B6dy8)

 

 

Ed Dougherty

Concert promoter

Inducted 2018

Ed Dougherty was a math teacher at Waldo Middle School in Salem back in the mid 1960’s when he began to hear students complaining that there was “nothing to do in Salem at night and on the weekends.”  He organized a dance at the local Knights of Columbus Hall.  Admission was 25 cents and the hall was big enough for 250 people…. and 500 teenagers showed up ready to rock and roll.  That was Ed’s introduction to concert promoting.  He was responsible for bringing big name acts like Sonny and Cher, The Yardbirds, Steppenwolf, The Doors and Pink Floyd to the area, putting Salem on the musical map in the 60’s and 70’s.  Over the years he and his companies, EJD Enterprises and his Concert Services Inc, booked the Oregon State Fair and fairs, conventions, corporate and special events up and down the West Coast. He served as president of the Salem Chamber of Commerce and Salem Convention and Visitors Bureau. Governor Tom McCall appointed Ed to the Oregon Film Commission, where he was instrumental in bringing filming of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest to Oregon.

(https://www.statesmanjournal.com/story/news/local/oregon/2015/07/15/known-salem-concert-promoter-dies/30191495/)

 

 

For more information about Oregon Music Hall of Fame:

https://www.omhof.org/

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