We Three at Grand Lodge

We Three consists of siblings (two brothers and a sister) from McMinnville who say they live in the moment, and their music tells their story. They are pictured above in chronological order. This is important information should you catch a live show as they often give prizes to people who can guess. (I expect a cut if you win.) Joshua Humlie is the oldest who plays percussion, including keyboards. Bethany Blanchard is in the middle playing a 5-string bass. Manuel Humlie is the youngest on the guitar. They all sing and participate in the on-stage chatter throughout the show.

There is something special about watching siblings work. Since they obviously know each other very well, all the pieces just fit. Being a geek, I couldn’t help but notice how well they use technology. Little things like employing in-ear (instead of on-stage) monitors so the mix is consistent throughout the room. Even though McMenamins Grand Lodge provides a sound system, this band opted to use their own, making for a great deal more work.

In the video clip, We Three performs their song Timeless. Manuel introduces us to his friend, Larry the loop. If you don’t know what a loop is, you’re about to find out!

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2 thoughts on “We Three at Grand Lodge”

  1. Such a treat to see We Three perform, their story is beautiful and their talent is unbelievable, Three sibling who share their love for each other and their music to the world. Make a point to see them you won’t be disappointed.

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