Back in December, we told you all about Portland-based country band Cloverdayle and its efforts to raise enough money to travel to Nashville and record an EP with Jason Aldean’s band.
Well guess what? That happened, but the EP eventually turned into a 13-song LP and now the band — fronted by Chad and Rachel Hamar; she’s a native Bendite — is returning to Central Oregon to celebrate the release of its new album, “9 Miles Down A 10 Mile Road.”
They’ll do so tonight in the intimate atmosphere of the Sugar Mountain Amphitheater, a lakefront stage on Allen Peek’s property near Terrebonne. Bring a chair and your favorite beverage, and expect good, solid country music and plenty of room to dance the night away under the stars.
Cloverdayle CD release; 7 tonight; $15 suggested donation; Sugar Mountain Amphitheater, 3211 N.W. Orchard Drive, Terrebonne; www.facebook.com/cloverdayle or 503-869-1787.