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The B Side throws benefit concert for Riverbend Players

Duo performs May 26 at NCRD’s Performing Arts Center

Published on May 23, 2018 10:33AM

The B Side: Phil Lynch, right, and Kate Morrison (of Kate & The Crocodiles)

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The B Side: Phil Lynch, right, and Kate Morrison (of Kate & The Crocodiles)

NEHALEM — The B Side is returning to Nehalem’s NCRD Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 26, for a benefit concert in support of Riverbend Players.

The B-side of a record is the space reserved for rare, exclusive, remixed tracks. It’s the bonus material not limited to a single musical genre. It’s the stripped-down, naked kind of music you secretly hope to hear when you turn over an LP. On the B-Side you might hear a folk song, then a blues number, a pop ballad, followed by rock, jazz or gypsy jazz, then maybe a goofy show tune or silly French love song.

The B Side is Phil Lynch and Kate Morrison (Kate & The Crocodiles), who have been friends and musical co-creators since 2011. They formed The B Side in Walla Walla, Wash., and released their “Prince Charming” CD in 2012.

Join us in Nehalem when we bring our duo to NCRD Performing Arts Center for a fun, surprising and sorta quirky night of music.

Tickets are $10 and available at the door; no advance sales. Only cash or check will be accepted.


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