Live Music Every Night at Callahan Lodge for your enjoyment.
Come and enjoy the wonderful music performed live every evening from 6pm-9pm to accompany your meal and lodging experience.
If it gets late, stay the night!
Monday & Tuesday – Michael Kemp
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday – John Hollis
Saturday & Sunday – Lee Stewart
Remember to support our local artists with tips and by purchasing their albums and books.
Thank you for choosing Callahan’s for your wonderful night out.
Monday & Tuesday
The Doctor that moonlights as a hip and fun musician. Playing a variety of styles of music, Michael will keep you entertained through your delightful dinner.
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
Singer, songwriter, guitarist, balladeer, recording artist, and teacher, John Hollis, can make a song in any style his own. With a seasoned baritone voice and masterful guitar accompaniment, John’s music is truly soothing to the soul.
Saturday & Sunday
Lee Stewart, a pianist, vocalist, and composer, performs in venues all over the United States and Canada. His classical piano studies gave him a solid foundation which he applies to his love of R&B, jazz, gospel, and country. Based in Medford, Oregon, Lee continues to work as an engineer and producer in his home-based studio, Lakeland Enterprises, Inc
Born and raised in Ashland, Oregon. Dayton Mason is fascinated and inspired by Jazz music. Dayton’s rhythms and arpeggios used in gypsy-jazz took him a step beyond the standard jazz musician. Whether you are a listener looking for the exciting sounds of the old-world feel of gypsy-jazz, or in talent acquisition and looking to book music for your next event, look up this exciting performer for a concert you will be sure to remember!
Tim Church is a Southern Oregon-based guitarist offering virtuosity, versatility, and variety to local venues and audiences. His styles encompass all aspects of classical, jazz, American songbook, blues, popular, Spanish, and Brazilian, focusing on traditional/public domain songs and including original music.
Songwriter-poet Phillip Rosenberg, performing under the name Rags and Bones, has spent a lifetime sifting through the leftover parts of the world and himself to create an archival record. At 69, he feels like he may be getting close.
After 40 years performing and playing in bands, he has managed to release two EPs of original songs: These Bones and Rabbit Holes, on his own Coyote Gulch Records.
Come and stay with us!
CDs are available for purchase in our gift shop.