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Blues-rock blasted at Hoffman Center Feb. 10

David Wiegan plays edgy acoustic and electric tunes, plus original music

Published on February 9, 2018 7:39PM

David Wiegan

Courtesy Hoffman Center for the Arts

David Wiegan

MANZANITA — David Wiegan will perform at the Hoffman Center for the Arts (594 Laneda Ave.) 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10. Admission is $10.

Wiegan’s live performances are best described as edgy acoustic and electric blues-rock, with some original music thrown in. Cover material features Eric Clapton, Allman Brothers, Jimi Hendrix, ZZ Top, blues classics and a few Beatles and reggae tunes. He uses prerecorded “loops” to create a full band sound when performing solo, including three- and four-part harmonies.

Wiegan has played in a variety of bands and has recorded for Mercury Records and Harbinger Northwest Records. In 2004 he released a solo CD, now available on CD Baby and iTunes. In 2015 he released a solo acoustic CD, also available at CD Baby.

He has also appeared on TV shows and performed in clubs, festivals, fairs and outdoor concerts, including Northwind outdoor concerts on the North Coast and outdoor concerts in Lincoln City for the Oregon Coast Council for the Arts.


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