Trixie Pop! December 27, 2014

Featuring local music and interviews with Portland musicians and cultural innovators, Trixie Pop is the place to bring your ears, brain, and heart every Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

This week’s show includes a range of great music and exciting updates about our fundraising campaign to bring Portland Radio Project to your fm dial. Tune In and Turn On with your a tax-deductible donation today.

“Tempo” from Mbrascatu was played on the show today. Have a re-listen and watch here:

 

Planning your spring vacation? Consider a trip to France to support local all-stars Sallie Ford! Tour dates available here.

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Closer to home, Sassparilla has a fun tour coming up over the next week, taking their tunes to venues from Centralia to Manzanita to Hood River and more. Check out the offerings!

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What are you doing to celebrate the turning of one year to another? Brownish Black, featured on today’s show, is throwing a party with The Sentiments and the Get Ahead at the Secret Society. Dennise will be cozying up at home with a bottle of bubbly and a stack of good books, and DJ EQueen will be rocking the dance floor to the tunes of The Motet and Portland’s own DJ Weather at Crystal Ballroom.

 

It’s time to make plans for 2015! Fertile Ground is hosting its annual city-wide fringe festival of performing arts. Local artists will be putting on original shows — most never seen before — in venues all over the city. You can see dance, staged readings, plays, and more, all for a very low-cost festival pass. The festival runs from January 22 to February 1 and will offer an outstanding opportunity to see great local artists doing their work! Find out more here, and we’ll see you there!

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Dennise

As a host on Portland Radio Project, she debuted her show – Trixie Pop - on Saturdays, 11 am to 1 pm.The show features music from the Pacific Northwest with an emphasis on the great goodness made right here in Puddletown.The show also takes a look a the ever-changing terrain of Portland culture and celebrates the fine offerings of the burgeoning arts scene.

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