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Presidio Brass


Presidio Brass


The hallmark of Presidio Brass is its touring show of Hollywood’s greatest hits, Sounds of the Cinema– film music with a good dose of wit.

Seaquest Motel, Raymond Federal
Dean & Stephanie Antich

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Barefoot Movement


The Barefoot Movement is as down to earth as its intention for members of the audience to sit back, relax, take their shoes off, and stay a while.

Campbell Kids
Heidi Bale, Sherry Aust, Bank of the Pacific

The Good Co

Good Co Speakeasy2_654_965_100Bright and brassy, swingin’ and sassy, Good Co, is all about keeping music swinging and the people dancing with electric sounds of the Roaring Twenties.
Security State Bank
Lornett Apartments, South Bend Products

RW&B 2016

                        Sara Catherine Wheatley             02/21/16

Sara Cat

                 “Patsy Cline Tribute” by Sara Catherine Wheatley

A native of Alabama, Sara Catherine Wheatley grew up listening to the songs of Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, Emmy Lou Harris, Linda Ronstadt and the like. These iconic female voices shaped her voice and sparked a love of country music and beautifully written songs. She comes to Port Ludlow in a “Patsy Cline” Tribute with piano accompaniment.

Portland, Oregon’s Broadway Rose Theatre Company in 2009 staged a sold-out run of “Always – Patsy Cline,” a two-person musical featuring Wheatley in the role of Cline. In response to audience demand, the company reassembled the original cast in 2013 for repeat performances.

One of the best-loved names in country music, Cline’s brief career ended in a plane crash at age 30. To this day her voice continues to enthrall fans and influence many of today’s country singers. In her tribute, Wheatley will recreate many of Cline’s hits including “I Fall To Pieces,” “Crazy,” “Walking After Midnight,” “Just a Closer Walk with Thee,” “Your Cheatin’ Heart” and many more. Grant Butler, writing for Portland’s “Oregonian” says, “Wheatley not only bears a strong resemblance to Cline, she’s got the sound nailed.”

“After years of singing Patsy Cline songs,” Wheatley says, “it never gets old. There is something undeniable about Patsy’s voice, and I always feel honored whenever I have the chance to celebrate her work.” She is now based in Nashville and where she hopes to make her mark as a singer-songwriter in a rock-country duo “Two Lucky.”

Diane & Michael O’Meagher, Thrivent Financial
In Memory of Ann Mergens
Michael Plato, CPA


Quattrosound_IMG_4916cropA fresh, innovative, genre bending quartet, Quattrosound combines Pop, Jazz, Latin and Classical Crossover, that’s both fun and brilliant.
Dennis Company, Helen Campbell
Ekone Oyster, Dr. Steven Hill
Heidi Bale, Sagen’s Pharmacy

The Sojourners


The Sojorners’ echoes of doo wop, R&B, country and gospel weave together to create a sound that will stir the audience with feelings of hope, faith and courage.

Beryl Adams
Sherry Aust, Don & Janet Furfiord
Ena Bale, Guernsey & Sons

Bronn Journey & Katherine
05/08/15 – Mother’s Day

BronnJourney2Bronn’s versatility on the harp, often called “The instrument of angels”, is amazing. It, along with Katherine’s radiant voice, will transport you to the gates of heaven itself.

Adella Hougan, Ron and Pat Jones
Mike Sullivan

Performances at 2 p.m. unless otherwise noted!

Inside the Historic

Venue Historical Raymond Therater
Venue Historical Raymond Theater

Raymond Theater

Raymond, WA

Sustaining Sponsors

L.V. and Stella Raymond Foundation

Pennywise Thrift Store

Goose Point Oysters

Michael & Diane O’Meagher

Willapa Heritage Foundation

Raymond Federal Bank

Friend of SAL

South Bend Pharmacy

In Memory of Dave & Helen Wolfenbarger
Ron & Pat Jones


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