Galloway and Luckett
Barb Galloway is a rare individual with incredible talent in many genres of music. She was selected as one of the top finger-picking performers in the US by Flatpicking Guitar. She is a Portland Native and has traveled extensively across the US, Canada, Europe and Asia. Barb performs on guitar and mandolin with ease and her partner, Donna Luckett accompanies on bass and guitar. Their home is in Portland, and after a bit of time away from the stage to handle life, they have returned to one of their favorite venues, Artichoke Music. Join us for an evening of music, fun and laughter.
Galloway on guitar and mandolin; Luckett rounding out the sound on rhythm guitar and bass present a new take on what we anticipate for the musical styles they perform. Their soul-satisfying original music and right-on lyrics touch our hearts and our lives with understanding and grace. These women understand what life is about and share that wisdom and acceptance musically, washing their audience in peace. Galloway's guitar expertise is not lost in the songs, but keeps the music sparkling, fresh, unexpected and . . . perfect.
--- Margaret Doran/Doran Productions
"Local guitarist, Barb Galloway, breaks the typical musical stereotypes...every ounce of passion that's in her soul, every drop of blood sweat & tears that's in her body, and every thought that marches through the corridors of her expansive mind can be found in her music, Barb Galloway need only let her music do the talking." Core Magazine
"A long overnight success...a singular blend of stellar talent, balanced by ample experience, piquant shyness and penetrating lyrics produces a sound that is crisp, subtle, yet complex...with a light spice finish." Celeste Carcy, The Woman's Journal
"Thanks for the great performance and the gift of your music." Former Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber
"Galloway & Luckett captivate the crowd" Positively Entertainment
Café Artichoke (View)
2007 SE Powell Blvd
Portland, OR 97214
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|