Heceta Head Lighthouse, Oregon

Heceta Head Lighthouse

featuring Brian Culbertson's "I Could Get Used To This"

Visible for up to 21 miles, the Heceta Head Light is the brightest light on the Oregon coast– not bad for a lighthouse that has been using the same fresnel lens for 117 years.

The Heceta Head Lighthouse and its keepers quarters were built in 1892 and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Overlooking the rocky coast of the Pacific Ocean, the lighthouse is said to be the most photographed in the United States and is an Oregon State Scenic Viewpoint. If ocean relaxation and the historic atmosphere don’t suit you, there’s always the opportunity for ghost hunting– the lighthouse is rumored to be haunted!

Brian Culbertson is a contemporary jazz instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer. Especially skilled as a keyboardist and trombonist, Culbertson is influenced by funk and soul music and has collaborated with some of the biggest names in jazz. Culbertson is also a frequent opening act for Barry Manilow.

Links

Heceta Head Lighthouse
NPS Inventory of Historic Light Stations: Heceta Head
Oregon Parks & Recreation: Heceta Head Light
Brian Culbertson Official Website


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