Sister-band Meg & Dia started out as just that -- two sisters sharing singer-songwriter duties, with the Meg Frampton half on guitar. But after the duo's 2005 debut, Our home is Gone, Meg & Dia expanded into a full-fledged five-piece, adding some electric weight to a formerly soft, acoustic sound.
In the midst of working on its latest album, Meg & Dia were dropped by label Warner Bros, but still self-released the It's Always Stormy in Tillamook EP in July of 2010, and continue to tour and work on a full-length release due out in the spring of next year. This show is all ages, and tickets are $10-15. Doors open at 7 p.m., show starts at 8 p.m.
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