It’s Bluegrass and Barbecue night at Harvest!
14559 Westlake Drive
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
Looking for reservations? (They’re suggested, but not required.) Please call us to book your table. We know it’s old-fashioned, but we like to actually speak with you first! And please note, if you call and leave a message for us on Sunday or Monday (when we’re closed), we will return your call on Tuesday to confirm your reservation. If you don’t hear back from us by the middle of Tuesday, feel free to call and remind us. : )
Join us in beautiful Toledo, Washington for one of the best bluegrass festivals in the Northwest!
Mountain Honey will perform Friday and Saturday, as well as in the Sunday morning gospel show.
Linda will teach bluegrass singing and Greg will teach guitar.
For more information: https://washingtonbluegrassassociation.org/
We are excited to return to Fossil, Oregon for the Wheeler Country Bluegrass Festival, one of our favorites!
Performance dates and times TO BE ANNOUNCED!
Join us at the Historic Butteville Store in Aurora for bluegrass and country songs that will speak to your heart. Dinner at 6pm, Show at 7.
Menu: Salad, choice of 3 entrees and dessert: $25 Beer and Wine for sale Dinner seating at 6:00 PM : Live Music starts at 7:00 PM Limited reservations available: call 503.678-1605 10767 Butte St., Butteville, OR 97002
Sing outside your car!
Discover how authentic bluegrass singing differs from other styles. We’ll touch on vocal production and technique, bluegrass vocal style, and how to sing harmony by ear.
Bring an open mind and a voice recorder.
All levels welcome!
Mountain Honey brings back their special brand of bluegrass to the brand new Gastromania Annex (formerly O'Connor's) in beautiful, downtown Multnomah Village.
Close harmony singing and driving bluegrass.
Great food and full bar.
7850 SW Capital Highway, Portland
Bluegrass Wednesdays are back in Multnomah Village at the new Gastromania Annex (formerly O’Connor’s). Mountain Honey will sing some lonesome songs and play some hair-raising banjo tunes.
Join Mountain Honey at the Milwaukie Farmer's Market, October 14th, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM, for driving bluegrass banjo and close harmony singing. You can find just about anything at this market: produce, coffee, wine flowers, food, arts and crafts and community. This is our favorite open-air market!
The Labor Day tradition of free live roots music continues at Timberline Lodge! We'll kick-off the festival at noon on the mainstage with our brand of traditional bluegrass, featuring Greg Stone on vocals and guitar, Linda Leavitt on vocals, mandolin and guitar, Dee Johnson on vocals and bass, Lilly Sawyer on fiddle and Mike Stahlman on vocals and banjo. Mountain Honey is excited to perform at this wonderful annual event.
The musical line-up looks fantastic, with Claire Lynch, The Talbott Brothers and the Caleb Klauder Band, and more!
All afternoon and into the evening, we'll lead jams on the pickin' patio and inside the lodge near the fire, as always, so bring your instruments!
Better yet, book a room, spend the night at the lodge and join us for breakfast Tuesday morning.
Timberline teams up with Boyd Coffee Company and Mt. Hood Brewing Company to host an all day mountain music festival on Monday, September 3, 2018.
We'll play a duo set at Leif's, along with duo Reed Stutz and Julay Brooks.
This is a fundraiser for Taborgrass.
Greg will teach a guitar workshop and Linda will teach a bluegrass vocals workshop.
Free with festival admission!