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Summer Potluck Party Concert
…in a beautiful private garden in Lake Oswego…THE PORTLANDERS
Kate Power, Steve Einhorn, Mick Doherty, Kevin Shay Johnson & Pete KrebsSUNDAY, AUGUST 14<<<   BYOB, PotLuck & bring your Camp Chair  >>>Outdoor House Concert, Potluck & Party
Address provided upon Ticket Purchase
Tickets at Brown Paper Tickets
Potluck 5PM
Showtime 6PM


Triple Duo Tour!
Northwest Tour 2016
info & tix here!
Kate Power & Steve Einhorn
The Quiet American
Craig Chee & Sarah Maisel

Info and Tix soon at www.gorgeukuleles.org
Advance tickets $20 (service charges may apply)
Tickets available per venue
Friday, 9/9
The Triple Door
216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101
Tickets thetripledoor.netOLYMPIA
Saturday, 9/10
7PM Show
Traditions Fair Trade Café
300 5th Ave SW, Olympia, WA 98501
Tickets HerePORTLAND
Sunday, 9/11
7PM Show
Alberta Rose Theater
3000 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR 97211
503-719-6055LINCOLN CITY
with Special Guests
Thursday, 9/15
7PM Benefit Uke Show for Camp Westwind
Lincoln City Cultural Center
540 NW U.S. 101, Lincoln City, OR 97367



Tunes in the Dunes Ukulele Camp
to get on the Wait List!

Friday, 9/16 to Sunday, 9/18

Camp Westwind
Otis, OR
limited seats, unlimited fun!

Kate Power & Steve Einhorn
The Quiet American
Craig Chee & Sarah Maisel
Bill Griffin & Walt Kealé
Hood River Trio with Ben Bonham, Ronnie Ontiveros, Kerry Williams
Andy & Pam Anderson
Bryan & Nancy Holley
& more!



Friday, September 23
Lake Oswego House Concert
For Info, Reservations & Directions
Email to wrichards@pipeline.com


Thursday, September 29
Silver Falls Library
410 South Water St.
Silverton, OR  97381



Kate Power, Steve Einhorn, Mick Doherty, Kevin Shay Johnson, Lauren Sheehan

O’Connor’s in The Vault
5:30PM Doors, 7PM Show
7850 SW Capitol Hwy Portland, 97219
 Tickets at Brown Paper Tickets

1st Sundays
September 4
October 2
November 6
December 4
January 1
February 5
March 5
April 2
May 7

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_20140607_29109_KATE AND STEVEhttp://www.portland5.com/main-street/events/kate-power-steve-einhorn

Free outdoor concert with Kate & Steve downtown on Wednesday, July 8 on Main Street between the Performing Arts Center and the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall from noon to one. Please join us if you can!

Saturday, August 22
Hood River Uke Fest
Hood River Elks Lodge
304 Cascade Ave
Hood River OR 97031
12:30 – 9PM, $75
Workshops by Kate & Steve
Ronnie Ontiveros, Larry Wyatt
and Aaron Keim

Sunday, September 6
The Portlanders
Kate Power, Steve Einhorn,
Mick Doherty, Kevin Shay Johnson
& Lauren Sheehan
O’Connor’s Vault
7850 SW Capitol Hwy, Portland
7PM ~ Food & Drink Available
Seating ltd  ~ Advance tix here!

Saturday, September 12
Moulton Falls Winery 3rd Annual Folk Festival
Yacolt WA

Thursday, September 17, 7PM
Tunes in the Dunes Headliners Concert
Lincoln City Cultural Center
540 US Hwy 101
Lincoln City OR
Friday, September 18 – Sunday, September 20
Tunes in the Dunes V Uke Camp
Workshops, Jams, Open Mic, Fresh Local Food
Tunes in the Dunes Here

In Concert at The Lake
Kate Power & Steve Einhorn
Lake Theater & Café
6PM Doors, 7PM Show
106 N State St, Lake Oswego
$15 online here or go to:

New weekly Uke workshop at Steve & Kate’s
Tuesday evenings starting September 1. Email us to reserve a seat!Uke and Play



Jack Power_PipeOur special concert set at Abbie’s House Concert was dedicated to the life, music and family life with my father, Jack Power, who passed away during the lunar eclipse on the morning of this show. In “Ole Dad” fashion, we decided the show needed to go on and imagined his foot tapping as we sang our songs for him.

It doesn’t get more down home than Kate & Steve singing a new carol in The Quiet American‘s home in Hood River on a winter’s morning before Christmas. Kate Power, Steve Einhorn, Aaron, Henry & Nicole Keim sang Mary’s Baby from the first refrain and captured it here on the wing. Won’t you join us and sing along? (lyrics below) Your comments are most welcome! Please share this song with the ones who harmonize your world.

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Peace Plains drawn by Steve Einhorn

A newborn Christmas carol for you to sing along with us.

Wishing you peace on earth and goodwill to all, a merry and blessed holiday with heartfelt thanks ~ Kate & Steve

Kate Power ©2014

Come sing! Shepherds & kings,
Sing for the babe in the manger.
Peace and joy to bring, and
Bless you wherever you go.

Out in the wood on a wintry night,
The evening star shone so brightly, so bright;
And there in the manger, a baby boy born,
To Mary, a baby was born!

Out on the road, through the desert three kings,
Did ride with their eyes and their senses so keen,
For a sign of the King they were seeking, foreseen,
For a sign of the King forseen.

The cattle and horses, the piggies and sheep
All huddled up close for the Baby to keep,
Swaddled there in the arms of His Mother, asleep;
Swaddled there in her arms asleep.

“Mary’s baby!”, the angels sing,
“Mary’s baby!”, Prince of Peace!”

Now Mother and baby are gone long ago,
This story is Older than Older than Old…
Still on every Christmas morning is told,
On Christmas morning is told.

That there in the wood on a wintry night
The evening star shone so brightly, so bright!
And there in a manger a baby boy born
To Mary a baby was born

Come sing! Shepherds & kings,
Sing for the babe in the manger.
Peace and joy to bring, and
Bless you wherever you go.

A great gift for someone you’d love to help get past first strum and onto a home run to stylish playing on ukulele…
Web_Ukemobile by Steve Einhorn©2013UKULELE DOJO with Kate Power & Steve Einhorn
All Day Uke for Intermediate Players!
Saturday, 2/28/2015
10AM to 4PM $60, Lunch Included
Contact & Reservations to Nancy Chesler at vnches@me.com
(Easy access west side home setting)

UKULELE DOJO, Portland OR – Are first-position doldrums setting in? Are you ready to get past first base on the ukulele? Do you want your uke to accompany your singing with style? Do you want to go somewhere new on your fingerboard?

Bust out from simple strumming and move into fingerpicking patterns and rhythms that move with feeling. Take a day with Kate & Steve to learn simple ways to grow your personal uke style. Learn how to find the right key and transpose easily.

The left hand will blaze a new trail up the fingerboard as the right hand works the strings in simple intervals to move with the melody.
Kate & Steve teach uke with tunes and lyrics so be ready to sing and play! Learn how to play well with others and the secret to bringing songs and tunes to life. Kate & Steve will draw from a broad range of music to demonstrate techniques that can be applied across styles. Handouts provided. Recording devices encouraged.

This workshop is appropriate for advanced beginners to intermediate players who are comfortable with first position chords and strumming. Basic picking ability is helpful but not required. Ukulele lovers will come away with skills that enhance solo, duet and ensemble playing.

Collectively, Kate and Steve have boiled more than a hundred years down to a musical roux that offers tasty learning no matter what the mix. Co-creators of the Ukalaliens Songbook and several Homespun DVD’s, find out more about Kate & Steve at http://www.qualityfolk.com.

Song samples we may teach from include:
Somebody Stole My Gal
Jug Band Music
Coney Island Washboard
San Francisco Bay Blue
Hesitation Blues
Blue Moon
City of New Orleans
Peace Call
The Water is Wide
Jamaica Farewell
Under the Moon

_20140607_29126_KATE AND STEVEKate & Steve are coming to Portland on October 17 to play for the Portland Folklore Society in a double bill with Sarah McQuaid at St. David of Wales Episcopal Church , 2800 SE Harrison Street, Portland 97214. (A church is located at the same address in Milwaukie, which confuses some GPS units. Use the zipcode.)

St. David is located just east of the Ladd’s Addition neighborhood. Harrison Street is midway between Hawthorne and Division. There is limited free parking in the church parking lot and additional on-street parking in the immediate neighborhood. All concerts are smoke-free; a handicapped-accessible entrance is available.

Concert at 7:30 pm; doors open at 7 pm. Tickets: $20 General Admission, $17 PFS Members, $10 ages 12-18 (under 12 free)