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PRP Team Concert Picks (2/1-2/7/2018)

Luke’s Pick:

 

Thursday, February 1 Vortex Music Mag Release with Lewi Longmire at LaurelThirst!

“It’s a New Year, let’s drink a beer and party! Join Team VRTX and The Thread (follow on Instagram @thethreadUS and come find out … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes Maurice and The Stiff Sisters; pure Pop for now people

Due to one of January’s storms, The Portland Playlist had to reschedule Maurice and The Stiff Sisters and are so happy it worked out for we would have missed meeting this fantastic local band. Fronted by Maurice Spencer, “The Stiff … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes Mexican Gunfight; not your typical gunfight

The Portland Playlist welcomed a band of brothers, Mexican Gunfight, to the studio for a night of conversation, influences, and original music. Mexican Gunfight is a rock band of “blues grit, country lyricism, the soulfulness of gospel, a rare … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes Ron Rogers & The Wailing Wind

The Portland Playlist welcomed a merry band of music makers to the studio for a night of psychedelic sounds from the 60’s to today’s which encompassed Blues, Rock, and yes, some of that Psychedelia. Joining us in the studio were … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes back the Bonnie Raitt Tribute Band

The Portland Playlist was thrilled to welcome back members from the Bonnie Raitt Tribute Band. While they are an eight piece band, it was a quartet that came into the studio – Bre Gregg (vocals), Lisa Mann (vocals and … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes Amber Sweeney; Believing in Love

The Portland Playlist welcomed Amber Sweeney to the studio for a Drop-In Session that was perfectly timed for this moment in history because conversation covered music as healer and feminine empowerment. Amber is very much a woman’s artist for she … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes Ty Curtis; Blues that make you feel good

Wednesday’s ‘The Portland Playlist’ was a Bluesy good time because Ty Curtis, Jerry Jacques, and Jeff Gray paid a visit to the studio to share music influences and original tracks, (recorded and live), off Ty’s latest album “Blame … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes Matt Hopper; Alaskan wilds to the city

Fresh off an airplane, Matt Hopper paid a visit to The Portland Playlist Wednesday night. He is a recent transplant to Portland by way of Alaska and Idaho. It was in an Alaskan high school that he picked up the … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes 1000 Fuegos; Cuban sounds with an American flair

The Portland Playlist welcomed Adolfo Cuellar, Jorge Bello, and Morgan Quinn from 1000 Fuegos into the studio for a night of hilarity, and music from near and far. After extensive touring and artistic creation with the band NIAYH, Adolfo … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes Stoneface Honey; a lot of sweet honey in this pot

There were some sweet as honey harmonies in the studio Wednesday night from our guests, Stoneface Honey. Deciding to put her solo career aside, Angie Kopshy sought guidance from Charles Neal at Hip Stew Studios. He introduced her … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes Kathryn Claire; Grace and Beauty on a String

The Portland Playlist welcomed Kathryn Claire to the studio for an evening of girl talk and of course, music. This is one busy, talented lady who is often touring overseas. She came home to Portland, from a tour in the … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes Stephanie Scelza; Gypsy Storytelling Soul Music

The Portland Playlist celebrated their first show on the radio dial with Drop-In Session guests, Stephanie Scelza and Mark Bowden. You may know Stephanie from her solo work, with her band, Strange and the Familiars, or perhaps, her … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes Ky Burt; finding the melody

Wednesday’s guest on The Portland Playlist was singer-songwriter Ky Burt, who arrived in Portland after traveling over 15,000 miles in his van, “Huckleberry,” throughout the Western United States. He is a multi-instrumentalist, playing acoustic and electric guitar, banjo, and … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes Pete Krebs; Punk to Western Swing and back

The Portland Playlist welcomed Pete Krebs to PRP’s new home at the New Day Center for the Arts. This is an artist that has covered every genre in the 30 years he’s been performing and to celebrate, he’s releasing a … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes GLASYS; electronic meets classical

The Portland Playlist’s last show before the big Portland Radio Project studio move featured an artist that mixes the classical with the electronic, GLASYS (Gil Assayas). Gil is a pianist, synthesist, producer and vocalist who relocated to Portland from Jerusalem, … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes Lisa Mann; Bass playin Buddhist Blues Baddie

The Portland Playlist welcomed award-winning mega talent, Lisa Mann, to the studio Wednesday night. This lady is one mean machine on the Bass and she has the awards to prove it: winner of the 2014 Sean Costello Rising Star … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes The Lovely Lost; not just any Craigslist band

The Portland Playlist welcomed members from Alt/Classic Rock band, The Lovely Lost. Self-described by founder, Michael Collins, they are a “Craigslist band,” of solitary wayward souls that formed a cohesive unit, The Lovely Lost in 2012. While their music … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes The Get Ahead; many laughs despite techno glitches

What do you do when technical difficulties strike? At The Portland Playlist, you make a plan in the elevator to borrow your co-host’s phone because yours and Facebook Live aren’t speaking the same language, you pay The Get AheadContinue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes Skip von Kuske, cello’s master looper

Skip von Kuske has spent many days and nights on the road this summer so The Portland Playlist was extremely grateful that he had a brief overnight in Portland which allowed him to come on the show. Skip is a … Continue Reading

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The Portland Playlist welcomes Fox and Bones; splendid moments of synchronicity

The Portland Playlist welcomed back Sarah Vitort and Scott Gilmore from the popular duo, Fox and Bones. A lot has happened for these two since we saw them last. They finished their self-titled EP, scheduled its release party (8/18 … Continue Reading