Michael "Hawkeye" Herman & Friends

Michael "Hawkeye" Herman & Friends

Performing in the 2013 Green Show Wednesday, August 14.

This is their third season in the OSF Green Show.

Dynamic and soulful guitar and vocals. Always a crowd pleaser.

Michael "Hawkeye" Herman is an internationally known blues/folk musician and educator. With over 40 years of touring and performing experience, he has carved out a spot for himself in the contemporary acoustic blues/folk field, and has earned a reputation as one of the most accomplished artists in the genre. Audiences in North & South America, and Europe, have come to know and appreciate Hawkeye's talent, dedication, and captivating performances.

Boris Cummings is one the Rogue Valley's finest musicians and guitar instructors. He has garnered a faithful following of fans and students and enjoys performing on guitar, baritone guitar, mandolin, and mandola.

Mark Nelson plays bass, guitar, lap steel, guitar, ukulele, and dulcimer. Mark tours far and wide and is much in demand for performances at festivals and concert venues.

Mark Adams is a longtime and much respected harmonica player of the highest caliber. He is the founder of the popular Muskadine Blues Band.

Michael “Hawkeye” Herman & Friends on Community: I have a wide variety of interests that gives me a broad sense of community. Having been an active part of the OSF family in '99 and '02, I have a sense of connection, community, and gratitude toward OSF. I have done fundraising concerts for theatre companies, service organizations, the Ashland School Fund, the Ashland Historic Railroad Museum, First Friday events, and worked with the So. OR Arts Council. I co-founded the Rogue Valley Blues Festival which ran for 10 years and have a deep connection to the folk/blues/music community. I have performed for the Ashland Chamber of Commerce a number of times. I connect by trying to help where I can. I go with the flow and my music takes me into a broad variety of 'communities' within the greater community of the Rogue Valley ... and beyond.

www.HawkeyeHerman.com