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Rhapsody, A Free Community Concert and Open Mic **NEW ADDITION**


mollyDPlease join us by 6:30 pm on May 8th at Rhapsody and be a part of giving back to the community. Rhapsody is a free event.  The second Sunday of every month, local musicians and audience come together for an evening of fun. Rhapsody starts out with solo singer/songwriter performances, then finishes with a couple of full bands. Whether one wants to come and watch, or one wants to perform, Rhapsody can be a place of developing culture. This event is to entertain, not to offend or slander.

Drop-in slots available for singer/songwriters, but can also pre-book. Bands are always pre-booked.

Hosted by Molly D., Rhapsody is produced by Keith Korter of Portland Radio Project, and Jeremiah Braeback, along with the Gresham Little Theater, on the KNOVA Learning Campus.

May 8th Line-up

Sara Perry  — Ukulele Strums

Amber Russell — Beach Tapped Melodies

The Variants — Queer Frontier Rock

Radio Phoenix Feat. Jah’di Levvi — Funky Jazz Jams


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Doors at 6:30

Rhapsody
740 SE 182nd, Portland, 97233
on the Knova Learning Campus

Questions? GLT.Rhapsody@gmail.com

Check out the Rhapsody FB Page

 

Keith Korter

Keith Korter

A Portland native, Keith has graduated from George Fox University with a degree in Business Administration. A board member of E.M.A.C.C., Keith is able to bring his business skill set to PRP and apply it to an art form he loves the most, MUSIC!
Keith has centered his world around community arts. Over the years he has connected with many musicians and performers of all types. With a desire to do more with music, he has successfully decided to try his hand at producing local artists. Often times, musicians would come over to his place and record pretty much anything they wanted. Working with the community and local musicians is how he immerses himself in what he loves, while being able to give back.
Currently, Keith also produces a free concert series called Rhapsody, located in Rockwood, where anyone can drop in for a taste of free music. Most importantly, Rhapsody is another way to help build culture and keep improving the local community.
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