“Our Voice, Our Story, Our Way” is the theme of a new festival in Portland, reflecting the current wave of cultural change in theater and film, the Pacific Northwest Multicultural Readers Series and Film Festival (PNMC).
According to its website, … Continue Reading
Explore the bounty of live performances that our city has to offer with our monthly, personalized recommendations from our Air and Music Teams.
From Inessa Anderson – Music Director
Filmmaker, Portlander, and founder of Big Kid Films, Leslie Bloom stopped by Subculture to chat with host Veronica Bisesti about her incredible independent film “Woodstock or Bust”. We talked music, heard how soon-to-be megastars Meg Delacy and Willow … Continue Reading
Holiday Breath Records founder Ezekiel Rudick joined PRP host Veronica Bisesti on Subculture this week to talk all things Bummer Pop Fest 2019 – a festival that embraces those moments when you just need a good cry.
10 Pacific Northwest … Continue Reading
Courtesy of Stack Stock Official Website
‘STACKSTOCK is the first music festival to bring some of the region’s best established and emerging rock and pop bands to the Oregon coast. Colin Meloy of the Decemberists headlines the festival line-up that … Continue Reading
By Sharon Greenfield
The first day of Northwest Music Festival presenting Project Pabst was a true blast off. It started with local hiphop hero Last Artful, Dodgr and then moved into the poppunk of White Reaper, the deep rock lineage … Continue Reading
Cardioid is the musical project of singer, songwriter, guitarist, keys player, chef and human, Lizzy Ellison. She spent a generous hour and a half with me at the Portland Radio Project studios to talk about her new home in L.A., … Continue Reading
Courtesy of Built Up Festival Release:
We’re pleased to partner with the Portland Radio Project (PRP) for our upcoming Built Up Festival on September 22-29 (https://www.builtupfestival.com/). PRP (http://prp.fm/) is the official radio station for the festival, a … Continue Reading
Courtesy of Refinery 29
It’ll be easy enough to livestream next Monday’s total solar eclipse (or watch it from your backyard, if you’re lucky enough to live in the line of totality), but an astronomical event of this magnitude is … Continue Reading
Horning’s Hideout welcomed their annual travelers for the 16th annual Northwest String Summit last weekend, July 13th-16th. Bluegrass faithful from across the country met to hear some of today’s most talented string instrumentalists.
The Summit’s … Continue Reading
From July 13 – 16 this year, banjo pickers and fiddle enthusiasts will ascend upon Horning’s Hideout in North Plains, Oregon for the 16th annual Northwest String Summit. The bluegrass festival has recently garnered national attention, especially among those interested … Continue Reading
The May 21st PRP Pop Up Music Fest proved a joyful celebration of music and love! Thanks so much to everyone who came our on a beautiful, sunny Sunday afternoon to help keep local musicians on the radio! Special thanks … Continue Reading
Have you heard the word?
Portland Radio Project is hosting a Pop-Up Music Fest this Sunday, May 21st, at our studios at the New Day Center for the Arts on Foster Road! (Get Directions.)
There will be seven … Continue Reading
Fundraiser and Open House
May 21st from 3-7 PM
5516 SE Foster Rd, Portland OR
Prizes | Drawings | Silent Auction | Live Music | $10 Cover, $15 at the door
Tyler Stenson | Rahim Thornhill | Will west and … Continue Reading
Food & Drink, Prizes, Silent Auction and LIVE MUSIC
by Jim Newman & Jen Emerson
Last summer, when PRP rocked the city with Secret Shows at Block 17, Mbrascatu & Goldfoot, amongst others, rocked the PRP stage with energetic and … Continue Reading
Got the health care blues? Portland’s original Boogie Cat Norman Sylvester does too. So again this year, he’s helping organize the HEALTH CARE FOR ALL OREGON fundraiser with music, dancing, and food April 22, 2017.
Norman will join Portland Radio … Continue Reading
Heather Hanson, PRP host of The Bus Stop, visited Boise, Idaho for five days in March with her camera and her toy bus to attend Treefort Music Fest. Hop over to supergroovycosmicbus.com to see the full photo gallery of … Continue Reading
Heather Hanson, PRP host of The Bus Stop, recently made a trip to Boise, Idaho for the annual five day long Treefort Music Fest, this year featuring 420 different bands. While Heather didn’t see nearly all of them, she … Continue Reading
While waiting for the interview to start, Lewi Longmire noodled around on the beautiful 1965 Martin D-18 guitar he bought off Keely Goodwin a year & a half ago. He said he loves to play it when he’s not plugged … Continue Reading