May 25 at 6pm,Portland-based acoustic guitar playing, singer songwriter will perform in concert at an intimate setting in the gorgeous main lodge.
House on Metolius in Camp Sherman discovered Laura while she was visiting the area as an artist in residence at Caldera. They are proud to add Laura to their list of top rated performers, and delighted to showcase her incredible talents in an intimate setting in the gorgeous Main Lodge.
Oregon native Laura Gibson grew up in the rural town of Coquille. Her work is often drawn from the geography and history of Oregon. She is a singer-songwriter with three albums: If You Come to Greet Me (2006), Beasts of Seasons (2009) and La Grande (2011), which was named for a northeastern Oregon town described by Gibson as a place that “people usually pass through on their way to somewhere else, but which contains a certain gravity, a curious energy.”
Gibson has worked with many other musicians, including Laura Veirs, Danny Seim and Rachel Blumberg and has also collaborated with The Portland Cello Project. Gibson covered Edelweiss from The Sound of Music for American Laundromat Records charity CD Sing Me To Sleep – Indie Lullabies. She is a graduate of Linfield College.
Contact: Jade Schneringer, 541-570-5639