Live Music

  1. Eilen Jewell

    Eilen Jewell February 24

    Honesty, confidence, and respect permeate Eilen Jewell’s music. Her latest, Sundown Over Ghost Town, is a masterful culmination of Jewell’s work to date. As hard as it is to categorize Jewell’s music—terms like alt-country, roots-rock, country-noir, and Americana get used a lot—it’s even harder…

  2. Chebon Tiger

    Chebon Tiger

    A recipient of much acclaim and many awards, Tiger has shared stages and opened for such revered artists as Ian Moore, Watermelon Slim, Gov’t Mule, Joe Bonamassa, The Forty Fours, Bobby Rush and others. Now he’s joined by some of the Pacific northwest’s best…

  3. Redshift


    Redshift is Dave Bristow on keyboards, Kurt Bischoff on drums and Neil Conaty on upright bass. All three are accomplished musicians bringing years of experience both as players and teachers to this crowd-pleasing jazz project. From standards to originals in…

  4. Massy Ferguson

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    Massy Ferguson never fails to be a crowd favorite and bring them to their feet dancing! Hard-rockin’ blue collar Americana!

  5. The Brothers Comatose

    Says Performer Magazine: “This isn’t a band to just sit back and listen to. It’s time to put away your suit and tie and break out your whiskey jug because the Brothers Comatose aren’t going to take no for an answer.”

  6. Champagne Sunday

    Champagne Sunday

    Endearingly labeled as “Pearl Jam meets Bette Midler”, Champagne Sunday began in Ventura, CA, in 2005 migrating up to the…

  7. Big Spoon and Buckshot


    It’s a reunion – Big Spoon is back from the 90’s! Playing a mix of original stratacoustic-folk-rock tunes, peppered with some spoonified covers, Big Spoon delivers tight harmonies, an unstoppable groove, a mix of acoustic and electric instruments and strong, catchy choruses that…

  8. Sam Baker

    Sam Baker April 10

    Sam Baker had to come back from the brink of death to write the songs he heard there. In 1986, he was on a train in Peru, en route to Machu Picchu, when a bomb planted by the Peruvian terrorist group Shining Path…

  9. The Ian McFeron Band

    Ian McFeron

    Ian McFeron’s music and songwriting have drawn comparisons to John Lennon, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, David Gray, and Ryan Adams among others. Weaving together a variety of popular styles, McFeron explores traditions ranging from electric-rock to gospel; from acoustic-pop to Americana, blues and swing. “McFeron’s…

  10. Marley’s Ghost

    Marleys Ghost May 15

    An eclectic aggregation composed of singer/multi-instrumentalists Dan Wheetman, Jon Wilcox, Mike Phelan, Ed Littlefield Jr. and Jerry Fletcher – the band can sing and play anything with spot-on feel, from roots to rock, blues to bluegrass, gospel to stone country, which is what they’ve…

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The Treehouse Café is a great venue for live music and entertainment, with capacity for about 100 seated patrons, or 200 standing.


While we try to book dance music as much as possible, we also frequently book dinner-style performers such as Greta Matassa or Zoe Muth.  We aim to provide national name acts, and have brought in musicians including LeRoy Bell, Greg Brown, The Moondoggies, James McMurtry, and Fred Eaglesmith.  Check our Schedule for upcoming dates!


Check out Videos and Slide Shows of Past Events!

Allen Stone performs “Superstitious”

Video by Garrett Gibbons


The Maldives

Slideshow by Jay Trinidad

Eldridge Gravy & The Court Supreme

Slideshow by Jay Trinidad

The Moondoggies Live

Slideshow by Jay Trinidad

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