EOCenes to Perform at Pendleton Center for the Arts on May 6

The EOCenes will perform next month at the Pendleton Center for the Arts. (PCA photo)

Ron Emmons, of Hermiston, is rounding up several of his old college buddies for a bluegrass concert featuring EOCenes.

Emmons, frontman for Cabbage Hill, has played mandolin and sung lead tenor and baritone with the Blue Mountain Crested Wheatgrass Boys, the Muddy Bottom Boys, Blue Heat and The Thatchmasters.

EOCenes also features Duane Boyer (banjo/guitar and sings lead, tenor and baritone); Hugh McClellan (rhythm guitar/harmonica and is known for his low, lonesome bass voice); and Hal Spence (guitar and sings tenor). The show includes Alan Feves on bass and Doug Jenkins, a champion fiddle performer.

The concert is May 6, 7 p.m. at Pendleton Center for the Arts, 214 N. Main St. Tickets are $15 via www.pendletonarts.org or by calling 541-278-9201.

EOCenes typically plays before sellout crowds during Pendleton Round-Up week. PCA Executive Director Roberta Lavadour encourages people to purchase tickets early.


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