November 5, 2007 in Features
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Episode 64: Dane Ueland

Whitworth University student Dane Ueland ambushed the crowd at Caterina Winery with a stunning live set that started with him singing and playing guitar with backup vocals from two his Lovelies. Then he stripped it down to a slow set, and for his final song, “The Columbia is Lost,” he was joined by a violinist and vocalist while he played mandolin. Ueland writes catchy melodies and has uncanny lyrical flair. He also gets bonus points for being a lefty. On mandolin he plays southpaw and learned chords backwards. Ueland is a former member of Thomas Ruble’s “Popular Butchers.”

Isamu Jordan / The Spokesman-Review
 
 

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