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Brian Copeland in Studio

Brian Copeland’s music has been described as a cross between the Beatles, Crowded House and Matthew Sweet. Internationally recognized artists that are staples of PRP’s playlist

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The Junebugs

The first thing that strikes you about Portland’s Junebugs is that the name fits.  Not that bugs are generally whimsical, but a junebug is, honestly, one of your less threatening insects. It comes with more of a “Hey, watch them … Continue Reading

Jordan Harris: Live Atop the Tiffany Center

Jordan Harris, Portland Singer/Songwriter, visited PRP, Wednesday, August 13, 2014.

We talked about the Portland music scene. And, best of all, Jordan brought his well-worn Takamine guitar and played three original songs.

Great conversation. Great performance.

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Tim Snider’s “In Brazil” – Electrifying!

In a cozy homecoming concert, local favorite Tim Snider previewed his new album, “In Brazil,” for Portland fans last week.

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Upon his return from a recent tour, everyone welcomed the multi-talented musician to Vie de Boheme, a friendly wine bar … Continue Reading

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Water at Sundown

A Portland environmental organization is helping restore crucial watersheds by investing in projects that have the greatest chance of success. And to bring attention to its work, Ecotrust invites the public to a series of free concerts – including one … Continue Reading

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A Mystery at Sundown – Solved!

The Sundown mystery  (which Portland bands will play at the Sundown Summer Concert Series?) has been solved! Ecotrust is out today with its July 2014 lineup:

7/10: The Portland Cello Project
7/17: Magic Mouth with BRAINSTORM
7/24: The Builders Continue Reading

Oregon State Fair Concerts

The schedule for the 2014 Oregon State Fair Concerts is out and ticket just went on sale. This year’s lineup includes Buckcherry, Ziggy Marley, Emblem3, The Fab Four, David Spade, THE NEWSBOYS, The Charlie Daniels Band, Chris Young, Joan Jett … Continue Reading

Oregon Music Hall of Fame Celebrates Musical Scholars

The Oregon Music Hall of Fame (OMHOF) honored four very talented Oregon high school musicians at Jimmy Mak’s Thursday evening.

OMHOF’s annual college scholarship award ceremony and performance celebration featured large checks and mini-concerts from the award recipients.

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Michele Van Kleef Album Preview

Michele Van Kleef came by Portland Radio Project to let us listen to a couple of tracks from her forthcoming album, Your Own Way. The title track is inspired by Joni Mitchell — someone greatly admired for doing just … Continue Reading

Tyler Stenson Live at PRP

Tyler Stenson stopped by PRP to chat with Inessa and Robert on a beautiful Portland morning.

Finding the sweet spot in what you do isn’t always easy. As a singer and a songwriter there must be so many times you … Continue Reading

Music Mined with Sarah Billings

Creating a more inclusive environment for musicians, the magic of arrangements and harmonies, and the importance of having a mentor are just a few places along the way in our conversation this week. Having a musician like Sarah Billings drop … Continue Reading

PDX Spotlight Shines on Local Music

In Cooperation with Mike Thrasher Presents – PDX Spotlight and Portland Radio Project present Aisle of View with No More Parachutes, Natural Remedy and Donevan Karr on Friday, April 25th at the Hawthorne Lounge!

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The Intoxicating DIY of The Moonshine

What’s in a name? Turns out, plenty! Both Portland’s The Moonshine and Polecat from Bellingham, Washington  have a tale to tell on origins of their band names.

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Bagdad Confidential

Bagdad Theater

It’s amazing architectural design makes it an easy to find landmark on S.E. Hawthorne here in Portland. Yet it’s hard to believe the Bagdad Theater has been here since it first opened in 1927 with part owner Universal Pictures calling … Continue Reading

Get Tickets to Portland’s Indies Concert

Portland's Indies

Portland’s renowned for its popular music scene. The Oregon Symphony salutes — and celebrates — three of our hottest local bands who are making it big beyond city limits. Black Prairie (with members of The Decemberists), Holcombe Waller and Mirah … Continue Reading

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Fresh Inspiration for Quarterflash

Forget about triple threats. Marv Ross is a musician, producer, songwriter and playwright. And together with Rindy Ross, he developed a very unique project, The Trail Band. But not before living out some of their wildest dreams.

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PRP Presents Worth Album Release Concert

Portland Radio Project presents the official album release of WORTH’S full length album, “TWO.”

“TWO” is WORTH’s second concept piece in a trilogy titled “The Identity Tryptic” which he will complete in late 2014. Like the first album, “Two” takes … Continue Reading

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The Richmond Fontaine Vision Quest

Richmond Fountain

The Portland-based musicians are like many other creatives, with hands in many other projects aside from their story-based group. Now it’s time to collect a deserved accolade courtesy of The Oregon Music Hall of Fame, Class of 2013!

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PRP by Norman Sylvester

Norman Sylvester sat down with PRP’s Inessa for a chat and impromptu performance. More with Norman on the way.

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Check out Norman’s website.

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Jeni Wren Takes Flight

Jeni Wren

Marching band. Music education. Theatre. What a triple-threat! It all set the stage in middle school for the career that is now unfolding for Jeni.

Coming out of a jazz background, Jeni is wrapping her distinctive voice around funk, soul … Continue Reading

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