Casey Neill On Mountain Stage The Portland singer counts indie-rock, folk and Celtic musicians among his many collaborators, but here he performs both solo and accompanied by the Mountain Stage band.

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Casey Neill On Mountain Stage

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Singer Casey Neill's bona fides range from indie-rock to Celtic music: He's collaborated in various ways with Solas, The Minus 5, Black Prairie and The Decemberists, among others.

In the late '90s, Neill was featured on a Pete Seeger tribute album alongside Bruce Springsteen, Billy Bragg and Bonnie Raitt. Neill's full-time band, the Portland, Oregon-based Norway Rats, features some of the city's most sought-after and respected musicians. But for his Mountain Stage debut, he plays two solo songs and another pair backed by the Mountain Stage Band. His latest album is titled All You Pretty Vandals.

SET LIST

  • "Vanish Away"
  • "Beautiful Night"
  • "All You Pretty Vandals"
  • "Stonewall"
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