Singer, songwriter, poet and award winning actor Lo Steele dropped by Sounds of PDX for our latest Drop-In Session; we were treated to a couple of live tunes – “Give Yourself Grace” and “Insecurities” – and so much more.

Lo, … Continue Reading

Meet Patrick Meigs, host of The Mixtape! Patrick has been volunteering and spinning local music on the air with PRP for SEVEN years. 

Patrick was inspired to start volunteering with the station after meeting Michele Van Kleef, an Continue Reading

Meet Brooke Carlson, host of Petit Dejeuner Club here at PRP. Brooke started volunteering with the station in the summer of 2021 when she moved to Portland and heard PRP for the first time the old-school way, on the … Continue Reading

For over 60 years, The Alano Club of Portland has been a leading source of recovery support in our community.  The Alano Club offers a variety of recovery resources which has typically included large scale sober social events.   Due to … Continue Reading

It’s impossible to contain our excitement…Waterfront Blues Festival hits Tom McCall Waterfront Park for it’s 35th anniversary July 1 thru 4…will you be there?

Let us give you three solid reasons to grab your ticket now and get yourself … Continue Reading

The Portland music scene is extraordinary! The number of talented musicians is far to high to count. Two outstanding examples of the kind of amazing artists you will find on the Portland scene are Maiah Wynne and Danni Lee. Continue Reading

Meet Brian Nern, host of PDX Pop Now! Radio and PRP Production Manager. Brian joined the PRP family shortly before the start of the pandemic, and has used his experience and tech knowledge to help the station transition and thrive Continue Reading

Meet Jenna D, host of Theme for a Tuesday and “jack-of-most-trades” here at PRP.

Jenna has dipped her toes into many aspects of our station since she started volunteering in 2017 – starting out in podcast production, moving to Continue Reading

Founded in 1982, PassinArt is the longest-producing African American theatre in Oregon providing an artistic platform for African American artists and artists of color to showcase their work.

2022 marks 40 years of this non-profit 501(c)3 producing mainstage productions, theatrical … Continue Reading

Meet John Thomas, our Programming Technical Lead! John is one of our behind-the-scenes whizzes who helps us keep music, podcasts, promos and everything in between on the air when DJs aren’t live.  

John started volunteering in 2016, when he … Continue Reading

 Meet DJ Ray Gill Jr., host of Rudeboy Radio and general station station “helper-outer.” Ray recently celebrated the one year anniversary of the start of his show and volunteer journey with PRP.

When he’s not captivating his audience with Continue Reading

The Hoodoo Gurus are coming to Portland…well, sort of!

Tune in to Subculture on Wednesday March 9th (at 7pm) for an extra special Drop-In Session featuring Dave Faulkner, frontman for the Hoodoo Gurus.   Subculture host Veronica Bisesti spoke with Dave … Continue Reading

With his 10th album “New Money”, Logan Lynn continues to delight with an electro-pop sensibility that offers both a glimpse into his soul and a chance to celebrate on the dance floor. And we most definitely celebrated the opportunity to … Continue Reading

This week, Jenna D had a delightful time catching up with the singer-songwriters from two of her favorite local bands: Malachi Graham from Small Million and Kendall Sallay-Milotz from Starover Blue!

Kendall and Malachi reminisce on how they met, … Continue Reading

We love us some new local music here at Portland Radio Project.  After three years of making musical magic, WREN the Band is releasing their first EP…..we’re pretty excited if you can’t tell!

Chrissy Marie and Andy Wilhelm make up … Continue Reading

She’s Speaking – LIVE celebrates women’s voices with eight songwriters November 7 at Alberta Rose Theatre.

We’re proud to say, Portland Radio Project got the chance to speak with the founders of this project – Kristen Grainger, Beth WoodContinue Reading

The story goes like this…a local musician and a local video animation artist meet and collaborate on a video for a song about pie.

It just doesn’t get any better than that…

For our latest PRP Drop-In Session, Veronica BisestiContinue Reading

The talented and, let’s face it, absolutely adorable Nyah chatted with Subculture host Veronica Bisesti for our latest local artist Drop-In Session interview.

With new music and a new video on the horizon, we were thrilled to get the chance … Continue Reading

On our latest drop-in session, we got to know three members of the Minidoka Swing Band: band leader and clarinet/alto sax player Larry Nobori, vocalist Nola Sugai Bogle, and guitarist Doug Katagiri. Together – along with the rest Continue Reading

“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