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Three musicians join forces for special show


Musicians Lisa Mann, Bre Gregg and Mary Kadderly will unite to present a three-part harmony Sept. 19 as part of Lake Theater & Cafe’s Music Monday series.

SUBMITTED PHOTO: KAT ROSE PHOTOGRAPHY - Lisa Mann

Mann has been awarded two Blues Music Awards (2015, 2016) for her skills on the bass guitar. She has also received the Cascade Blues Association’s coveted Muddy Waters Award eight times for her skills on both vocals and bass guitar.

SUBMITTED PHOTO - Bre Gregg

Gregg has a wide-ranging stage education, including classical music and the blues. Her latest album, “Something to Talk About,” was recorded at a live tribute to Bonnie Raitt that featured Northwest talent, including Mann, David Jacobs-Strain, Mark Bowden and others. In addition to her solo career, Gregg can be heard with Shelly Rudolph in the band Midnight Honey. Gregg has performed at the Waterfront Blues Festival, Cathedral Park Jazz Festival, Portland Jazz Festival, Bite of Oregon, Silverton Jazz Festival, Alberta Rose Theatre, Medford’s Craterian Theater, and the Left Bank Annex, where she opened for Lily Tomlin.

Mary Kadderly

Kadderly possesses a range of musical styles that includes jazz, blues, R & B, pop and country-western music. She is a singer and songwriter and a regular performer in nightclubs, concerts and at festivals around the country. Mann recorded her song, “I Go Zoom,” on Kadderly’s latest CD, “Hard Times, Bad Decisions.”

Tickets to the performance are $15 each and can be purchased online at laketheatercafe.com/#music-Mondays or by calling 503-387-3236.

The women will be joined by guitarist Dan Gildea, whom the Jazz Society of Oregon highlighted as a featured musician in 2014.

Lake Theater & Cafe is located at 106 N. State St. in Lake Oswego. Learn more about the musicians online at lisamannmusic.com, bregregg.com and marykadderly.com.

— The Review, Tidings