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Dry Canyon Stampede is a Central Oregon based 7-piece country-western band featuring 6 vocalists capable of lead and harmony parts which gives them the versatility to cover a wide variety of country favorites from Patsy to Miranda and Bob Wills to Brothers Osborne. They have six very capable vocalists to cover many songs to keep people dancing. They also happen to be quite good musicians. 2 guitars, fiddle, bass, keys, and drums. Cheyenne West has been performing since the age of 12 and is a natural on stage. She recorded her first album in Nashville at the age of 19 and is a prolific songwriter. They love to meet new people and perform at new venues whenever they can.
Based in the Pacific Northwest, Aaron Crawford is the founder, and original Cascade Country artist, Crawford is forging a new path: paying respect to the roots, instrumentation, and songwriting of traditional country, yet blending those flavors with the Seattle sound including the likes of the grunge scene icons Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and even Foo Fighters. Approaching his career with a blue collar mentality, Crawford writes and records his way (with a little help from his friends) choosing to build a grassroots following in the oft overlooked country scene of the Great Northwest. Penning the now ubiquitous “Evergreen” a tribute to living in the Seattle area, he has logged over 1,000 gigs, and it’s apparent. His live show is just that: a show. His charisma and stage presence entice the audience to sing along, and the powerhouse Seattle radio stations championing him and his band. If you haven’t heard of him yet, you will. His drive, enthusiasm, and desire to succeed, will most certainly make him a mainstay of the die hard country music scene.