The West Coast Country Music Festival, like many small festivals all across the country, shows that family over fame creates the greatest environment to share and enjoy music, and the funds and awareness raised through the event will help ensure the next generation will be able to share in those joys as well.
As the emphasis on education continues to focus more on math and science, music education and artistic funding is virtually disappearing from the public curriculum. One organization based out of southern Oregon is looking to do something about it by stepping up to fill the gap.
Caleb Klauder, Eight Dollar Mountain, Honey Don't, JP Harris and the Tough Choices, Laura Benitez, Miss Lonely Hearts, Modern Roots, Rainy and the Rattlesnakes, Sage Meadows, Steep Ravine, West Coast Country Music Festival
Raised on Waylon Jennings and riverside gold claims in the tiny, isolated community of Forks of Salmon, California, Sage Meadows eventually made her way north of the California border where her memories manifested into an authentic country music narrative that has named her to many as the “Emmylou Harris of Southern Oregon.”