Shoehorn is featured on a cooking podcast! Marti's Music Kitchen

 In addition to local gigs during the holiday season you can catch Shoehorn with The Norman Sylvester Band at Skamania Lodge on New Year's Eve!

Shoehorn began his musical journey over 40 years ago as a street performer in New Orleans, where he got his first pair of tap shoes. He went on to perform in 30 countries and most of the states, and has released 6 full-length CDs featuring his original tunes. He plays a lot of instruments but is best known for simultaneously playing sax and tap dancing. Shoehorn knows the history of Tap, Jazz, and Vaudeville, and carries that tradition forward in his original style.

Fall Update:  Autumn is here and we here at  are gradually  filling in the calendar for the season and the coming holidays. Reach out if you need a solo show, a guest performer, or a band to make your event unforgettable!

Summer is almost over. Sadly, Shoehorn was out with covid for the Cathedral Park show, but was soon back in action with other gigs, solo shows, and events with Smut City Jellyroll Society and Norman Sylvester. And 2-3 thousand people sang along with his new novelty song, A Beaver Sings, at the Midnight Show at Oregon Country Fair. (a song based on actual events!) Use the contact form to book Shoehorn or these other groups for your events, private and public! Check out the youtube channel and instagram and tiktok accounts listed below for various postings of new content. Donations are always appreciated, as these online accounts are not generating income otherwise....


 Check the youtube channel,  and miconshoehorn  on instagram and @mcshoehorn on  tiktok  for recent uploads! I am doing a series I call "Hidden Voices" where I overdub various instruments to a videos I record at home.

  I am also still doing socially distanced outdoor gigs, so hit me up if you want me to create some ambient sounds or do a show!

Also, Shoehorn has been doing some reels on instagram (miconshoehorn) and  joined TikTok as MCShoehorn. Check it out!