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The Shaky Harlots, Los Gondos, The Macks, Buddy Wynkoop

Event Date/Doors Open: 
Saturday, March 19, 2022 - 7:00pm
Event Time: 
March 19, 2022 - 8:00pm
$12 Advance, $15 Day of Show

On Saturday, March 19, the Community Center for the Performing Arts proudly welcomes The Shaky Harlots, Los Gondos, The Macks and Buddy Wynkoop to the WOW Hall.

The Shaky Harlots are a rock and roll band from Southern Oregon. A storybook shotgun wedding of garage, surf, punk, and psychedelic rock, the Shaky Harlots’ signature sound has graced festival stages and house shows, the Portland Trailblazers’ PA System and phones propped up in solo cups.

Founded by virtuosic frontwoman Brynna Dean (formerly of 100 Watt Mind) and barbed-wire riff-writer Laramie Crow, the band has refined its sound with the addition of drummer Andrew Peel, bassist Kaity Arango, and lead guitarist Bailey Arango.


A breath of fresh air and a blast from the past, a punch in the gut and a pat on the back, the Shaky Harlots will rock you to the moon and back.

“The Shaky Harlots are a band who turn serendipity into art.”

 - The Rogue Valley Messenger

The Shaky Harlots made their WOW Hall debut during the 2019 Eugene LIVE! series and returned that summer to warm up the audience for Thunderpussy.  This will be their first headline gig here.




Like every young band establishing their sound and presence through shows and touring, the 2020 pandemic turned the way The Macks played music on its head.  This time of isolation forced the band to redefine the way they interacted with music.

Freshly laid off and living all under one roof in a creaky messy home, the band played and wrote for hours every day, searching for inspiration in places they haven’t looked before. The result is adventurous and eclectic, containing the band’s most infectious hooks, jarring rhythms and creative presentation to date.

Produced and put to tape in Denver by Nate Cook and The Yawpers, Rabbit adds an entire new spectrum to The Macks’ sound. And despite the nature of the record’s inception, the feelings of frustration, apathy and hopefulness should resonate and fuel the shows as the world opens up for live music again.

With a fresh lineup that’s delivering the most creative music for the band to date, The Macks are coming at music from a fresh angle.

The Macks are: Josef Windheim (drums), Aidan Harrison (bass), Jacob Michael Perris (keys) Ben Windheim (guitar) and Sam Fulwiler (vocals).




Los Gondos are a garage rock/punk band originally from Eugene, where they became a staple in the local DIY house show scene.  The band played countless shows in local living rooms, basements and backyards.

On October 23 at the WOW Hall, Los Gondos celebrated the release of their first full length LP.  The album expands upon their sound, pushing the band past their punk roots into the worlds of garage rock and indie while staying true to their roots. 

The album was recorded in January of 2020 by Ben Windheim of The Macks in the basement of their Portland home.   A long year of recording, re-recording, mixing and mastering followed.




...You Lose Some is the second Buddy Wynkoop EP, and they made it just for you. Recorded in a cabin on Mt. Hood during a whiskey and pancake fueled weekend, these three songs explore the thin line between despair and hope on the fringes of society. ...You Lose Some is a journey from the spaghetti Western flourishes of "The Look", to the groove that falls apart and puts itself back together of "Bad Magic", and culminates in the boogie-woogie existential crisis of "Man In Hole".

These three tracks chart a different psychic territory than Buddy's debut, At The Speed Of Conversation. The buildups build up a little higher, the hooks have more room to breathe before reeling you in, and the musings percolate on the backburner for a minute before finally bubbling over.

Buddy Wynkoop knows no matter how you play your cards, ...You Lose Some.

 Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 day of show.  Doors open at 7:00 pm and showtime is 8:00.

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