Typhoon, Live In Concert: Sasquatch 2011 With an arsenal of strings and brass, the large Portland collective produces a joyous, uplifting sound.
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Typhoon performs at the 2011 Sasquatch Music Festival.
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Typhoon, Live In Concert: Sasquatch 2011

Typhoon, Live In Concert: Sasquatch 2011

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Typhoon is a Portland-based collective of musicians which performs with anywhere from seven to 17 members at any given time. After suffering through Lyme disease as a child, lead singer Kyle Morton internalized the experience to create songs that celebrate and affirm life. With an arsenal of strings and brass, the band produces a joyous, uplifting sound. Its second EP, The Honest Truth, was released in March.

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