By popular demand, the extraordinary Tim Ellis Birthday Concert, recorded Monday February 15 at Revolution Hall, will be broadcast this Saturday, February 27, and again Sunday, February 28 on Portland Radio Project. Beginning at noon both days, Tim’s friends at … Continue Reading
Each and Every Thing, the newest solo show from award-winning actor/playwright Dan Hoyle, is all about how we experience our sometimes crazy world in the digital age.
For 80-thought-provoking-minutes, Hoyle takes the audience in the Ellen Bye Studio … Continue Reading
Local favorite Steve Hale was in the Studio to talk songwriting with Rob Rainwater at the PRP studio on Sunday, February 21st. Click below to listen to the full interview with Steve including live performances.
Songs from the Source is … Continue Reading
Combine the inspiring and informative talks of TEDx with the best of both the local and world-wide food and beverage industries entrepreneurs and innovators, and you have FoodWorx. The brainchild of Erik Wolf, the FoodWorx conference is designed to give … Continue Reading
Dael Orlandersmith doesn’t mess around. She’s firmly connected to her New York City roots, and much like another famous New Yorker, Howard Cosell, Dael has no problem “telling it like it is.”
Now through March 20, 2016 — you’ll find … Continue Reading
Our co-host this week on Sounds of PDX was Mike Burling from PDX Spotlight. We also had special guests Angela & Crystal Lariza from the band CORNER and The Lariza Sisters. PDX Spotlight is a locally produced television … Continue Reading
By | Teri Briggs
Wednesday night, Portland’s Playlist welcomed Trevor and Joe, from Goldfoot, back into the studio at Portland Radio Project to find out what the band’s been up to since their rousing performance at November’s Mogo Music Festival. … Continue Reading
Tiffany Mericle and Jason Henderson on the duo Over Alders stopped by to talk songwriting with Heather Hanson at the PRP studio on Sunday, January 24th. Click below to listen to the full interview including live performances.
Songs from the … Continue Reading
Blues Rock trio Metts, Ryan, & Collins, stopped by the studio to share some live music, talk about their recording process, and plans for 2016. We spoke with the band about their four song EP and the recent show at … Continue Reading
After releasing her debut record in the summer of 2015, Sarah Vitort has been busy with shows, forming her band, and opening a new chapter in her musical journey. She sat down with Luke Neill to discuss her departure from … Continue Reading
This week on the show we had special guest Gene Rowan, owner and operator of Acorn Sound Production House. In our interview Gene and I explore the bands and recordings that inspire us.
During the show we heard some stellar … Continue Reading
They were Heart. They were Hot.
Founded in the early 1970’s by Pacific Northwest sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson, Heart was all over American airwaves and arenas after two tracks from their debut album Dreamboat Annie, blew minds … Continue Reading
By | Teri Briggs
The merry band that is Corner, stopped by Portland’s Playlist last week for two hours of fun and laughter. How did the band come to be you might wonder? As the story goes, there were two … Continue Reading
The very talented Craig Irby Jr joined PRP host Heather Hanson on The Bus Stop on January 13, 2015. Listen to the podcast below to find out why Heather became an immediate fan of this dynamic musician.
It’s the little things.
In the words of Stephanie Scelza:
“We were doing our normal 10am-12pm segment on air, last Wednesday, December 2, when the news came about San Bernardino. With another shooting on the heels of the Paris … Continue Reading
Two hilarious plays that are quickly becoming a Portland Center Stage holiday tradition.
Twist Your Dickens (Second City) and The Santaland Diaries (David Sedarus) are tearing (and for many, tears are involved) it up in the Pearl District … Continue Reading
Drop-In Session Guest, Marie Schumacher, has self-imposed a challenge of video-recording one song a week for one year: The 52 Songs Project. She was inspired by a mutual friend of ours, Zack Orr, who has taken it quite … Continue Reading
I’ve heard tell that drummers have a reputation for egotism.
Tony Lash must be the exception that made the rule. A quiet and staid gentleman, you’d never guess Tony was drummer and sound engineer for alternative rock band, Heatmiser in … Continue Reading
Amber Sweeney is not shy with her advice to fellow singer-songwriters: Work hard, play nice with others, be a friendly and wonderful person. Practice.
Solid advice from a woman who has been playing her guitar since she was six years … Continue Reading
“Siri, What Is Turkuaz?”
“Turkuaz is a Turkish Market located near Berkeley College. Or, a 9-piece funk band that ceaselessly tours to spread the Gospel of Funk across the world.”
We learn something new every day.
Five members of the … Continue Reading