By NR Staff • 

Weekend Tempo 2/8/13

McMinnville s Matt and Jenny Behnke recently reinvented themselves. Now under the name, Sky Bound Blue, the two are celebrating their first record deal this weekend
Mark Talley photoPortland singer/songwriter Brian Copeland, left, has enjoyed critical recognition since he established his band a decade ago.
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Annabella (Julia Sargent) discusses espionage with Richard Hannay (Rich Pratt). “The 39 Steps” opens ends its run Saturday.
Yamhill County s own Vintage Knights are here to protect you from bad rock and roll
J Guitar Konty

Performance

Gallery Players present "39 Steps" (A farcical melodrama based on Hitchcock's classic) Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m.; Tickets $16, $14 for students and 62-and-over; for more info click here for call 503-472-2227. 

Click here for the News-Register's full review.

Live Music

Friday

Dennis Brutke and the Country Western Gents (country-western) McMinnville Grange Hall; 7:30 p.m.; $5

Brian Copeland Trio (Northwest pop) McMenamins Hotel Oregon, Paragon Room; 7 p.m.

Austen Patty and Ian Humphrey (rock piano) Cornerstone Coffee; 7 p.m.

Joseph Konty (rhythm & soul/singer-songwriter) The Horse Radish, Carlton; 7 p.m.

Excellent Gentleman (soul-groove) Spirit Mt. Casino, Grand Ronde; 9 p.m.

Saturday

Sky Bound Blue (indie-country) McMenamins Hotel Oregon, Paragon Room; 7 p.m. (Sky Bound Blue wil hold a label signing party Friday night at the Old Oak at 9 p.m. N-R subscribers click here for story.)

Vintage Knights (rock) The Horse Radish, Carlton; 7 p.m. 

Excellent Gentleman (funky jazz-pop) Spirit Mt. Casino, Grand Ronde; 9 p.m.

Sunday

The Maculeles (ukuleles) McMinnville Public Library; 2-3:30 p.m.

Vis Arts

Newberg ARTwalk Downtown Newberg will hold an Artwalk from 5 to 9 p.m. on the first Friday of each month. A number of shops stay open for shoppers. For more information, contact Sally Dallas at 1-503-538-0888 or visit Newber.

Chehalem Cultural Center presents "Inside Outside, the spaces Between" Members of the public are invited to vote for Best in Show until Feb. 22.Chehalem Cultural Center gallery, 410 E. Sheridan St., Newberg

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