Julie Amici & Dean Mueller stopped into the PRP studio on Sunday, October 2nd to spend some time talking with Rob Rainwater about songwriting, background and their upcoming release party of the single ‘Yellow Roses’.  You can get the info … Continue Reading

This episode of Sounds of PDX featured an evening focused on collaboration and the evolution of artists. We were joined by Just People and Sarah Wild to tackle this topic and many others during the broadcast. Our PDX Spotlight playlist … Continue Reading

Amit Erez, from The Secret Sea, stopped by The Portland Playlist Wednesday night for an evening filled with heartfelt, beautiful, and emotional music. Amit is one of the first and most substantial, influential songwriters to emerge in Israel, achieving … Continue Reading

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Last Thursday, Onion The Man dropped by to hand out on Sounds of PDX to talk about new music and their upcoming shows. The band has an infectious positivity to their outlook on connecting with a … Continue Reading

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

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

Songwriting in its purest form comes from the heart, is unapologetic, and can transcend genres. Chris Margolin and The Dead Bird Collection is a project that embodies these traits and has no reservations when it comes to being vulnerable. Vocal
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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

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

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

Portland wailer and single cat-mom, Stephanie Scelza is an east coast transplant who in her words, “has no sense of decency or propriety”. (She studied opera throughout her youth, leads a soul band in PDX, was Raw Artist of the … Continue Reading

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

Singer Songwriter, Musician, Producer, Radio Host Luke Neill, stopped into the PRP studio on Sunday, August 14th to spend some time on the other side of the mic talking with Rob Rainwater about artistic origins, songwriting and upcoming projects.  Click … Continue Reading

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

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

Singer Songwriter Terri Lynn Davis of Yonder Blue, stopped into the PRP studio on Sunday, July 17th, to talk with Rob Rainwater about Songwriting, and play some music.  Click below to listen to the full interview and live performance.… Continue Reading

It was a dance party Wednesday night on The Portland Playlist because one of Portland’s premier bands for getting the party started, Hit Machine, stopped by for a Drop-In Session. Fronted by Bart Hafeman, this is a band … Continue Reading

Wesley Britt met The Bus Stop host Heather Hanson three years ago while driving for Radio Cab in Portland, Oregon. Neither of them had any idea what magic would come from their dramatic encounter. Listen below to hear the full … Continue Reading

Last week’s The Portland Playlist, featured a special playlist and Drop-In Session. We’ll tell you more about that playlist, but first, let’s talk about the Drop-In Session. We first heard Lilla years ago when she would sing with Nahko & Continue Reading

The Bus Stop host Heather Hanson had an absolute blast with Brotherman last Wednesday on PRP. They brought the good tunes, the good vibes, and the good stories. Listen below to hear Brotherman perform some acoustic songs live in studio, … Continue Reading