Cloverdayle Live Brewery Concert
Cloverdayle Live Brewery Concert

Cloverdayle Live Brewery Concert

Regular price $10.00
Opening with Austin Sweeney and featuring Cloverdayle

Saturday, July 22nd from 7-10pm at the TIllamook Tap Room. All ages Welcome. 

Live concert and beer garden with food and Pelican brews available – Cash only

Enter the Tillamook Bottling Warehouse on Grove Street between 1st and Front Street.

Cloverdayle is a Nashville based husband and wife songwriting team originally from the not-so-predictable country outpost of the Pacific NW. Since the birth of Cloverdayle in 2008, Chad & Rachel have had a relentless determination to bring their brand of country music to the masses. In 2010, Cloverdayle teamed up with songwriterand producer Terry McBride, ("Play Something Country", "If You See Him, If You See Her"), and Dwain Rowe, (long-timeband leader for Brooks & Dunn), to record a 4-song EP titled Young and Reckless. That project opened up numerous doors and has allowed the duo to embark upon their more recent adventures. In 2015 Cloverdayle joined forces with producer Steve Sundholm, (whose credits include projects with Ryan Tedder, Carrie Underwood, Kenny Rogers, Jim Brickman, Joe Perry, Daughtry), for their highly anticipated second full length album “Off The Grid”. Cloverdayle is currently on tour in the U.S. featuring their summer single “Play Me Something I Can Drink To”.

Austin Sweeney is a Pacific Northwest native, and an up-and-comer in the Country Music scene. Having begun playing guitar when he was twelve years old, and begun singing when he was thirteen, he has developed an ear for the right mix between traditional country music, southern rock, mainstream country, blues, americana and roots music. He employs a lyrical writing style that maintains a balance between strong personal themes and universal appeal that aims directly at the heart and soul of listeners. His self-produced debut album, The Wild, came out in February 2015. His most popular songs include, "Sweatin' Whiskey", "That Don't Make You a Cowboy", "Budweiser", "Those Old, Sad Country Songs", and "Keep the Lantern Burning".