Travel to Sisters for a night of glamour, style and mystery at The Belfry’s masquerade ball December 31.
The Sugar Beets play happy dance music with great harmonies. Bluegrass on the top and groove on the bottom.
Playing their own style of high-energy acoustic music, the Sugar Beets are unlike any contemporary band on the scene today. Defined by impeccable musicianship, multiple singers and songwriters, and unbeatable live performances, their soul-empowering groove can convince even the most catatonic listener to getup and dance.
The music draws from the foot-stomping traditions of bluegrass, Celtic and old-time fiddle music yet is inextricably woven to the worlds of Motown, gospel, country, and pop. Uplifting and always evolving, it is no wonder that the Sugar Beets have enjoyed an increasing and devout Northwest following throughout their ten-year existence. The Sugar Beets fifth album, Sweet Ride Home, recorded by former Windham Hill artist Bill Oskay, overflows with a myriad of musical styles woven together into a signature sound that is as unique as a disco house party at the Grand Ole Opry.