Fri, Jul 21|
Live Music with Drive to Space Night 2
Drive to Space is a keyboard-driven trio that combines prog rock, funk, reggae, Americana, bluegrass, and more into their version of a jamband, dubbed Organ Funktronic Piano-cana.
Time & Location
Jul 21, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Eugene, 1334 Oak Alley, Eugene, OR 97401, USA
About the event
Some fresh jams to pair with your dinner and a brew - with Drive to Space! [Prog Jamrock] ----- Featuring Dan "Waniel" Wonsover on guitar! Wan was the bassist for Chicago-based Zmick, who has appeared at major music festivals in the Midwest. Here in Eugene, you may know him as the drummer for Connecterine, and the bassist from Simple. A man of many hats! Steph and Dan met on the Midwest jamband scene and have been sharing stages for over a decade, in multiple states! ----- Thurs and Friday, July 20th and 21st Show time: 7p -9p ALL AGES! NO COVER! ----- (Suggested $5-10 donation to the on-stage tip jar. Don't got it? No worries. Come get down with us!) ----------------- Drive to Space is a keyboard-driven trio that combines prog rock, funk, reggae, Americana, bluegrass, and more into their version of a jamband, dubbed Organ Funktronic Piano-cana.
Drive to Space is led by Steph Kay, who has spent time performing nationwide with St. Louis based Widespread Panic tribute Mom's Kitchen, SummerCamp VIP Tent alums Easy Riders, Grateful Dead tribute Another Dead Cover Band, Chicago-based Spread, as well as Eugene's own Left On Wilson and Blue Lotus. While commanding a Hammond xk3c organ, a Moog analog synth, and an 88-key Roland RD800, Steph reaches with every finger and toe to manipulate your earholes and get you moving. Backed by John Raden (Candy Apple Bleu, Hyper Sloth) on drums, and Terry Travis (Hyper Sloth) on bass guitar, John and Terry been performing together for over 30 years and are the best of friends.
These three musicians come together to create and vibrate with an intent to feel good and shake.