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Your PRP Team Concert Picks (7/27-8/2)

Luke & Jen Em’s pick:

July 28-29th ONION MUSIC FESTIVAL 2017 at Sunnyside Outdoor Events, Washougal, WA
Check out our post with all the details HERE.

 

YOU COULD BE HERE THIS WEEKEND…

Photo: Sunnyside Outdoor Events

Open-minded, artistic and creative beings rejoice at this wonderful opportunity to commune with nature and like-minded folks. Tons of really solid Portland bands will be there too, doing the same thing, and also making some rad music.

Onion Music Festival <3<3
@ Sunnyside Outdoor Events
30303 NE 10th St, Washougal, Washington 98671
Friday and Saturday, July 28-29th
Tickets:
One day pass: $20
Two day pass: $35
Two day camping pass: $50
Parking pass: $5

You can catch Fresh Spins with Jen Em every Friday, 10 am – noon on PRP.

 

Veronica & Luke’s Picks:

Femmes Fatales: Sarah Wild, Courtney Noe, Laryssa Birdseye

 

From their Facebook Event Page: “We may be in the age of boss babes like Beyonce and Rihanna, but the music business is still very much a boys’ club. That’s why three up and coming Portland songstresses are taking matters into their own hands. On Saturday, July 29, Sarah Wild, Courtney Noe and Laryssa Birdseye will bring Femmes Fatales to Kelly’s Olympian, an evening of original pop, rock, and indie performances designed to prove the future is female.”

9:00 pm- Laryssa Birdseye
10:00 pm-Courtney Noe
11:00 pm-Sarah Wild

Femmes Fatales: Sarah Wild//Laryssa Birdseye//Courtney Noe
Kelly’s Olympian
426 Southwest Washington Street, Portland
Saturday, July 29
9 pm | $8 Adv / $10 Door | Tickets

 

 

Luke’s Pick:

“Portland’s best hip-hop night continue’s at EastBurn with The Pariahs (feat. Wes Guy) and Bryson the Alien (of Sumalienz).”

Lessons in Fresh ft. The Pariahs and Bryson the Alien
EastBurn Public House
1800 E Burnside St, Portland

 

Luke is the voice of Sounds of PDX on PRP. Catch Sounds of PDX every Tuesday night from 7-9 pm, and the SPDX Listening Party every Thursday from 1-3 pm!

 

 

Inessa’s Picks:

Movie: American Valhalla
When: July 28-Aug 3
Where: Living Room Theaters 341 SW 10th Ave
Trailer

The fusion of acclaimed independent films, casual cuisine and a full bar offers us a documentary about a musical collaboration:
American Valhalla

“Directed by Andreas Neumann and Joshua Homme, AMERICAN VALHALLA tells the story of an unlikely musical collaboration between two mavericks of American rock: Joshua Homme, frontman of Queens of the Stone Age and Iggy Pop, the Godfather of Punk. The film, co-directed by Homme, follows the recording of Iggy’s final album ‘Post Pop Depression’ in the California desert, with his band comprising of Homme, his QOTSA bandmate Dean Fertita and Arctic Monkeys’ drummer, Matt Helders, as well as the explosive tour that builds to a crowning performance at London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall. Featuring stunning cinematography and intimate access, American Valhalla reveals the growth of an intense bond between the musicians who have taken to heart the mantra: “you risk nothing you gain nothing”.

 

July 28th Music of the Revolution

Music of the Revolution is a benefit concert to raise money for El Programa Hispano an organization that helps support undocumented Latino immigrants and assists with housing, education, employment, elder services, tax services and domestic and sexual violence support, serving 13,000 Latinos per year.

Music of the Revolution
LaurelThirst Public House
2958 NE Glisan St, Portland
Friday, July 28th
9 pm | $10-20 (suggested donation)
21+

 

July 30th Elke Robitaille and Nicole Potulsky at Dante’s

“Join Elka Robitaille at Dante’s on Sunday, 7/30 to celebrate the official premier of “That Devil.” The night will start with a special guest performance by the fabulous Nikole Potulsky followed by a live full-band performance featuring JP Downer (Bass), Tucker Jackson (Pedal Steel), Timothy Robert Karplus (Keys/Guitar), and Tony Lintz (Drums).
The show will close with the first official screening of “That Devil” on the big screen.
They are opening for Sinferno Cabaret and The Sinferno GoGo Dancers, so stick around if you want even more excitement and entertainment. The cost of the ticket ($10) gets you into the video release AND Sinferno.”

Elke Robitaille Music Video Release w/ Special Guest Nikole Potulsky
@ Dante’s
350 W Burnside, Portland
Sunday, July 30th
7 pm | $10 Tickets
21+

Inessa is the PRP Music Director and Creative Services and is responsible for many great blog posts, interviews and Drop-In Sessions. Follow Inessa on her blog.

Teri’s Picks:

Artists often use their talents as a platform to help give voice to people and causes as a way of giving back to their communities. This weekend, three esteemed Portland musicians (Fernando, Lisa Mann, and Michael Allen Harrison), have organized benefit concerts for organizations they are passionate about.

 

Friday, July 28th Music of the Revolution at Laurelthirst

Fernando Viciconte from Fernando Band, has organized a benefit concert, Music of the Revolution, to raise money for El Programa Hispano, an organization that helps support undocumented Latino immigrants by assisting them with housing, education, employment, elder services, tax services, and domestic and sexual violence work. They serve 13,000 Latinos per year. Fernando was once an illegal immigrant himself so knows how difficult and stigmatizing it can be for these families and tries to do what he can to help. His band, along with Trujillo, and Tin Silver will perform.

Music of the Revolution with Fernando, Trujillo and Tin Silver
Friday, July 28, 2017
9 p.m.
Laurelthirst Public House
2958 NE Glisan St., Portland
Tickets at the Door, $10-20

July 29th Lisa Mann at Catfish Lou’s

Award-winning Blues artist, Lisa Mann, believes in using her music as a platform to help others, not only through the music she writes, but in the benefit concerts she organizes. This latest one will benefit “Mercy Corps NW’s Reentry Transition Center (RTC), a non-profit that helps formerly incarcerated people reintegrate back into Portland Metro Area communities.” The Second Chances event will offer southern cuisine to dine on, raffle, and a hot night of music from Lisa Mann and Her Really Good Band.

Second Chances: Lisa Mann benefits Re-entry Transition Center

​Saturday, July 29, 2017
9 p.m. to midnight
Catfish Lou’s
2460 NW 24th Ave., Portland​

Tickets $10 entry includes one raffle ticket

 

July 30th Ten Grands on the Green

Imagine rolling greens, a vineyard, and Ten Pianists facing Ten Grand Pianos on one outdoor stage performing your favorite Classical, Jazz, New Age, Pop, Contemporary Hits, arranged by the brilliant composer and musician, Michael Allen Harrison. Add your family and friends at this all ages concert to benefit music education in partnership with The Snowman Foundation and The Rotary Club of Tigard Foundation for a night to remember.

Snyder Building more’s,
Ten Grands on the Green, presented by Landmark Ford
Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club
4805 SW 229th Ave., Aloha
Sunday, July 30, 2017
6-8:30 p.m., gates open at 4

Tickets $49 Reserved, $29 General Adm, $10 General Adm Youth

You can follow Teri’s work with the PRP street team on her Facebook page, Teri’s Tunes PDX.

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With a passion for music and a love of all things radio, Jen Emerson joined the PRP team in 2016. Jen’s musical involvement includes a long history of choral music as well as a career as a solo jazz artist in Dallas, Texas in the late 2000s. She hosts "Fresh Spins with Jen Em" every Friday and often co-hosts Sounds of PDX on Tuesdays.
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