We are delighted to invite you to The Trove summer concert series!

This summer, some of Portland's finest musicians will get together in a secluded backyard near Mt. Tabor Park to share their songs and stories. Each session will include an opening and headlining artist plus a brief artist Q&A. We're looking forward to sharing priceless musical memories with you all this summer.

Your hosts,

Katelyn Convery & Art Heffron
Sunday June 9th
Saturday July 6th
Sunday August 25th
West Tabor Neighborhood
(address disclosed with ticket purchase)

Licensed bartender with beer, wine, and non-alcoholic drinks available for purchase (plus a few light snacks included with ticket price).

 Please bring your own blankets and/or camping chairs. The audience area includes lawn, concrete patio and gravel surfaces. 
July 6th Session
Madeline Hawthorne
The miles we travel make up the stories we tell.

The soles of your favorite boots or the tread on your prized car’s tires soak up the experiences and wisdom of the road under your feet. Born in New England, based in Bozeman Montana, singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Madeline Hawthorne pens the kind of tunes you listen to on a cross-country trek to start anew or in the dead of night when you just need a reminder that somebody’s listening.

In this respect, her 2024 independent album, Tales From Late Nights & Long Drives, serves as a fitting soundtrack to life’s trip.

“It’s the perfect road trip record,” she affirms. “It was mostly written while I was on tour. If the songs were written at home in Montana, I took inspiration from journal entries and memories of my travels. This is me stepping onto the stage with more miles under my boots. I’m giving into the moment and the melody to tell a story. It’s like eleven different versions of me—a woman I could have been, a woman I perhaps thought I was, and a woman I hope to be someday.”

Obsessed with music since her childhood on the East Coast, Madeline planted roots in Bozeman, MT during college and never turned back. She honed her talents through countless backup and band gigs before going solo amid the Global Pandemic. Balancing Americana, roots, folk, and rock, she introduced herself on the 2021 LP, Boots, co-produced by Brad Parsons and Tyler Thompson in Pittsburgh. In between, she shared the stage with everyone from Jason Isbell, Lukas Nelson, Josh Turner, and Kip Moore to Sierra Hull, John Craigie, and Nathaniel Rateliff. Plus, she wowed audiences at festivals such as Treefort Music Festival (ID), Americanafest (TN), WinterWonderGrass (CO), Pak City Song Summit (UT), Roseberry Music Festival, (ID), and more. Earning acclaim for tracks like 2023’s “Neon Wasteland,” Relix applauded her “vibrant and buzzing.” Hawthorne has also caught the eye of CMT, who featured her “Neon Wasteland” video at CMT.com and she has received praise from tastemakers such as No Depression who says, “She’s been crushing rootsy tunes.”
Plus Laurie Shook
Laurie writes the type of music that leaves you feeling more like yourself as you walk away, she has an infectious sense of humor that shines from stage and always draws you in with stories and emotion that connect on a soul level.

She's is best known for her role in the band Shook Twins ... a cosmic design type of Twin Sister band, known for good old-fashioned musical dream folk magic laced with ghostly traces of Americana tradition uplifted by transcendently hummable melodies and lilting cinematic instrumentation.

They’ve graced legendary stages such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre with Gregory Alan Isakov and Ani DiFranco in addition to sharing bills with The Lumineers, The Head and the Heart, Sarah Jarosz, The Wood Brothers, John Craigie and many others. Not to mention, they’ve carved a home for themselves after playing Northwest String Summit and Oregon County Fair over ten times each as well as appearing at High Sierra Music Festival, Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Electric Forest, and beyond.

These days Laurie can be found on the road with Shooks, pouring into their SIDEBOOB fem band and writing and playing out for her own individual solo projects. Laurie also loves being a back up singer and playing in a few other local projects; she is truly lovin' it all and we here at The Trove feel so fortunate to have Laurie Shook opening for Madeline for our next concert.
Tickets for the following shows on sale soon:
August 25th Hiroki 
with Rain Ezra
Reserve your spot now!

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