Dan Cioper is a singer/songwriter currently residing in the Pacific North-West. He plays acoustic folk/rock and reggae with an emphasis on awakening the human spirit and singing truth to power. Influenced by the classics in the American songbook of the 60's and 70's, organic music is the tool at his fingertips and lips as he seeks to resurrect the Zeitgeist, or "spirit of the times".
He had been recording and performing in and around Austin, Texas for the last 12 years, releasing a number of self-produced demos of his original material. He played in the psychedelic folk band, "The Lovers", and made an album with them. They had a small cult following in Austin but now are no longer.
In 2011 Cioper released his solo LP, "Warrior Utopian", which included many of Austin's top musicians and was produced by Courtney Audain (Timbuk 3). It earned top pick in the March 2011 issue of Babysue (http://www.babysue.com/2011-March-LMNOP-Reviews.html#anchor792035).
Seeking a new frontier and audience, in winter of 2013, Cioper made his way north-west where he continues to be engaged in causes for change, playing rallies and benefits. Incorporating classic folk and rock tunes Cioper sometimes busks on the street and plays pubs and coffee shops as well. He's currently working on a long-awaited new album and seeking to form a band.
Be sure to check out the show listings and music! For booking contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (541) 912-4992.
Wanderin Fellows/Flying Cowboy and the Wild Horses
The Wandering Fellows (Dan, Sean, and Scott) will join Flying Cowboy and his Wild Horses to kick off the tour to Oregon of Flying Cowboy and Dan Cioper.
https://www.facebook.com/events/943636619097821/ Saturday, August 20th, 7Circles Productions is partnering with Every Element & The Bohemian Dub Orchestra to bring you:
The Solar Ball - a celebration of solar power, sustainable technology, community based arts, music, crafts, food and beverage. The third in a series of events focused around the 7 chakras, the theme of this event is the Solar Plexus and represents the power of the sun, harnessing that power to create energy and products, bringing our community together under the sun to celebrate sustainability, art, music, food, beverages and crafts. Musical guests include
Eugene Wine Cellars (9pm-4am) TICKETED ~ Medium Troy ~ Thriftworks ~ Govinda performing with members of the Bohemian Dub Orchestra w/ special guests: ~Luke Mandala ~PRSN
On The Apollo Stage (3-9pm) FREE ~High Step Society ~Evergreen ~Eastern Sunz ~Betty and The Babes and many other performers throughout the day.
This is the third in a series of seven events, each event centered around a different chakra. The Solar Ball is based on The Solar Plexus chakra, the theme is one of community, power, happiness, friendship, the fruits of our labor, the digestive system, low-mid frequencies and the color yellow. We celebrate the solar plexus with food, drink, music, sustainable technology, health products, crafts and art under the sun.
At noon, when the sun is at its apex, we will gather across Jefferson street, west of the Washington-Jefferson Under Bridge Park. Here, you will find a free all-ages event full of live music, games, workshops, non-profits and tech companies alongside community artisans selling their creations. The Solar Ball features concerts powered by the sun’s rays and our own kinetic energy thanks to Pedal Power, EWEB, OCF and Apollo Farms. From noon to 3 we will have acoustic performances.
Starting at 3 pm, the Apollo Stage will open. This portion of the event is also free and open to all ages, there will be a 21+ Beer garden and more live music from the community, workshops and vendors.
Help us celebrate sustainability and community together!
LATE NITE From 9pm-4am we are also hosting a moonlight after-party featuring Medium Troy, Thriftworks, & Govinda performing with The Bohemian Dub Orchestra and a special closing set by Luke Mandala all amplified on One Wub Sound and illuminated by Light At Play in the Eugene Wine Cellars. This event will be 21+ and we will be selling tickets online and at special locations in Eugene as well as at the door for a day of the event price. At the Wine Cellar you will find live art, vendors, space to play with your flow toys, Indoor and outdoor space, lounge area, dance floor, beer and wine garden as well as non alcoholic drinks such as homemade soda and Kombucha, even more locals selling art and crafts and body work and of course fantastic live musical acts from local and touring musicians.
7 Circles has built a team for this event, working with Kyle Marx of Every Element Productions creators of Human Nature Festival, Jonaton Ferreira of Medium Troy and The Bohemian Dub Orchestra, Calyn Kelly, Program Coordinator for The WOW Hall and employee of The Community Center for Performing Arts, has combined the talents of Dave Villalobos Owner of Pedal Power and head of The U of O Outdoors Program, Caitlin Jemma, coordinator of the Whiteaker Market, Kylie Christenson, organizer of 6 Fun With Fermentation Festivals and multiple other events for The Willamette Valley Sustainable Foods Alliance, Veselina Karakoleva, past manager of The Granary and marketing for 94.9FM Jamz, Erin O’Kelly, past organizer of The Lost Boys Camp & executive assistant for Human Nature, together we have a combined 70+ years of experience giving to our community in new and engaging ways!
Seek the sun and fan the flame!
Whiteaker Art Walk
4-8 pm at the Art Walk. Featured oil painting artist, snacks and wine tastings. Spa sessions/foot soaks.
Beergarden is literally the bringing together of beer + garden. Located next to Gray’s Garden Center in Eugene, Beergarden is an eclectic home to fine foodcarts and a Taproom with 42 taps and hundreds of bottles of craft beer, wine, cider, and kombucha. Whether you only have a few minutes for lunch or an afternoon with friends, beergarden is always a great choice. www.beergardenme.com