Category Archives: Live Music Series

Live Music at the Camas Prairie Winery Loft!

Music by Cris Peterson and Janis Carper

August 18th will mark the last music performance in the Camas Prairie Concert Series. Come to Camas Prairie from 7 pm to 9 pm and enjoy the musical stylings of Chris Peterson and Janis Carper. They will be performing origional works in Folk-Blues style. The show is open to all ages and free of cover.

Don’t be a putz! Drink a He’Brew Pomegranate Ale. L’Chaim!

Camas Prairie is now the proud carrier of He’Brew Pomegranate Ale. This imperial amber beer is enriched by the unique, dark, fruitiness of pomegranate juice


      Be sure to keep your eyes peeled and your mugs chilled for Anderson Valley’s Summer Solstice beer as well as Terminal Gravity’s India Pale Ale!


Live Music Series Lineup

Our Live Music Series is back on!  Be sure to mark your calendars for the upcoming shows.  All concerts begin at 7PM, all ages are welcome and there is no cover charge!!  Free Appetizers available with a drink purchase.


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Posted by on April 26, 2012 in Live Music Series


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Live Tonight April 7th – Amy Bleu!

Singer/songwriter/guitarist/ukulele player, Amy Bleu will be performing live tonight at Camas Prairie Winery!
No Cover and All Ages are Welcome! 

Here is another clip of Amy Bleu performing the song “Red Rover” at the Alberta Street Pub in Portland, Oregon.

Amy Bleu is currently touring from Oakland, California to the Tri-Cities in Washington.  Below is an excerpt of a questionnaire Amy Bleu did with Go! Magazine.

Bleu Notes, October 2007

Spokane native Amy Bleu’s earnest lyrics and raw, acoustic, folk-rock sound tie together tracks straight from the singer’s soul. Armed with guitar and ukulele, she fires off original songs and covers with a voice like Grace Slick unaccompanied by psychedelics. A newlywed, vegetarian and advocate for homeless women, Bleu has staked her claim on the anti-folk industry of the Pacific Northwest with her own recording label, Bad Girl’s Records. Currently living in Portland, Ore., she hopes to expand her performance radius through the Midwest, the South, and all the way to the East Coast.

Go! Magazine: Why do you play music?

Amy Bleu: Depending on my mood, playing music can be a form of therapy, a mood stabilizer, a pick-me-up, a relaxation tool, or a way to express something difficult. I feel like it is something I have to do, and that I’d be very unhappy without it.

Go!: Being a musician is cool because …

Bleu: … You don’t have to wear a suit and you can sleep in every day.

Go!: What’s your favorite venue to play in North Central Washington?

Bleu: I really love the Community Coffeehouse in Leavenworth, but I’m hoping that the Cascade Coffeehouse will take the cake!

Go!: What beverage goes best with your music?

Bleu: Bourbon, preferably with some cola and ice.

Go!: Your music is a book. What’s the title?

Bleu: “Technicolor Monsters/Angels.” It’s a pop-up book.

Go!: Name three records that changed your life.

Bleu: This is really nerdy, but Aerosmith’s “Get a Grip” completely changed my life. It turned me away from pop music when I was a young teenager and turned me into a rocker. “Strange Angels,” by Kristin Hersh, is what I was listening to when I was learning guitar, so it is totally responsible for my sound. I discovered Jenny Lewis’ album, “Rabbit Fur Coat” (with the Watson Twins) at a time when I was thinking I might not be able to get into albums with the same zeal that I had when I was younger. … It completely proved me wrong!

Go!: A heckler is booing at one of your performances. What’s your response?

Bleu: This happened once when I was in a band for a week and we played at a county fair just outside of Spokane. I was wearing a blond wig and the kind of punky dress you’d buy at Hot Topic, and boots with spikes sticking out of the toes. We played rock covers. The audience was so country that they just hated us. They booed us and put hay bales in front of the stage while we were playing. I kicked the hay bales off and swore at the audience, and it ended up earning us some fans, mostly the younger audience members. They still thought I was a drag queen, though.

Go!: Describe a typical practice session.

Bleu: It’s usually just me, strumming my guitar or my uke, rotating originals and covers I need to polish, probably irritating the neighbors by playing that Counting Crows song for the 300th time! Sometimes my husband will practice with me on his bass, and then it’s more fun.

Go!: Describe your music in a haiku.

Bleu: This music has not been tested and/or approved for mass consumption.

— Abby Holmes, Go Magazine/Wenatchee World, Wenatchee, WA, October 2007.

 For more reviews on Amy Bleu, click here or visit her site at


Live Music Series Tonight @ 7PM featuring Sir Juan & Aaron Neimer

Sir Juan and Aaron Neimer from Quarter-Life Crisis - Acoustic R&B Session

Join us tonight at 7PM for another live music series featuring Sir Juan on the guitar and vocalist Aaron Neimer as they perform a great selection of acoustic R&B songs. 

Tonight is also the night we premiere our Camas Concert Card.  All customers will receive 5% OFF for just attending the first show!  Keep your Camas Concert Card and receive additional discounts.  The more shows you attend, the more you save!

What’s not to like? Wine, beer, music and great people!  Did we mention hors d’oeuvres as well?  There’s no reason to not come by Camas Prairie Winery!  Tonight beginning at 7PM.

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Posted by on March 31, 2012 in Live Music Series


Live Music Series! Two consecutive Saturdays – March 31st & April 7th!

Join us for another installment of our Live Music Series!  Two consecutive Saturday evenings, we have a great line up planned!  

We are also starting our Camas Concert Card!  Receive additional discounts for attending our Live Music nights!
5% off first 2 shows you attend
10% off 3rd and 4th show you attend
15% off 5th show
Free Glass of Wine at 6th show you attend!

Sir Juan is a local DJ and has also performed at the Shades of Black Show at the University of Idaho for several years.  Aaron Neimer is lead vocals for Quarter-Life Crisis and will be joining Sir Juan on March 31st.  The guys will be performing a great set list of acoustic R&B songs.

 The following Saturday, April 7th join us as we have Amy Bleu from Portland, Oregon gracing us with her quirky Cabaret Folk style!

“There’s something about Amy Bleu that’s just a bit disquieting even as it is wholly inviting and entertaining. A coquettish singer with a flair for the theatrical, Bleu radiates some kind of underlying mischief or darkness. So, while she’s up there doing a nice quirky little number on the ukulele, you know there’s more to her than rainbows and butterflies. It’s a compelling sensation for a listener.”
On Magazine in the Yakima Herald Republic, by Pat Muir, 2011

    To learn more about Amy and her music, visit her website at:

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Posted by on March 11, 2012 in Live Music Series


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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year from Camas Prairie Winery!

We hope everyone had a safe and happy holiday season! Welcome to 2012! The new year marks some new changes for us here at the winery.  We will now implement the use of Word Press for our monthly Newsletters, to provide our faithful wine-o’s with more information and media about what we have going on.

This month, we have our first weekday live music concert falling on Wednesday, January 25th.  Not only will it be our first weekday concert, but we have THREE different bands playing!  Along with local artist Jeremiah Akin– we were lucky enough to be the seventh stop on The Hot Coco Tour 2012 featuring Normandie Wilson and The Golden Hour.
Camas Prairie Winery Live Music SeriesJanuary 25th from 7-9:30PM

Playing a variety of indie pop, lounge, R&B to jazz and folk music, there’s a little something for everyone on Wednesday night.  The concert begins at 7PM.  As all of our concerts have been in the past, there is no cover, all ages welcome and we will be serving light tapas.  This is one concert you don’t want to miss!  Mark it on your calendars now and discover the artists for yourself!

Normandie Wilson –

The Golden Hour –

Jeremiah Akin –

January Beer Special:

Around the World – 4 Pack – 

Belgium – Westmalle Dubbel; Germany – Ettaler Kloster Dunkel; Ireland – Wrassler’s Full Stout; Polish – Zyweic Porter  

Receive 15% Off this Month’s 4 Pack!

We hope to see you in the winery soon and cheers to a New Year!