Pink Martini fans thirsty for new arrangements and compositions – your wait has ended.
September 9th, 2016
At 8:30 p.m., the Wonder Ballroom is already half-filled. New Joseph merchandise and “I’m Alone, No You’re Not” vinyls are being sold in the back of the misty room.
When the opener, The Duncan Fellows, take stage, … Continue Reading
Music lovers who transform their living rooms into venues for touring artists provide an intimate setting, as Mike and Jan Hollen do at Hill Country West. And their informal events sometimes feature accomplished artists who could easily fill an … Continue Reading
After Liv Warfield’s performance at the Waterfront Blues Festival on July 3, she may deserve the moniker of hardest-working woman in show business.
Beyond her powerhouse performance and her impossibly fluid singing, she conjured up a massive mix of musical … Continue Reading
Femi Kuti might have been the most exciting performer at the Oregon Waterfront Blues Festival.
You could say it was the one-minute-long sax note achieved through circular breathing, which then led to a maddening solo. You could say it was … Continue Reading
American blues icon Bonnie Raitt performed before a packed house Sunday night at Portland’s Keller auditorium, delivering an impeccable 2-hour performance fans will likely recall for years. The stellar performer and 10 Grammy award-winner delivered what her fans come back … Continue Reading
Immediately after Tim Ellis’ cancer diagnosis became public, Portland’s musical community stepped up and began delivering positive energy, love, prayers, and economic support for Tim, his wife and six children.
No doubt, you’ve either seen or read about Tim’s extraordinary … Continue Reading
Heather Hanson, host of Portland Radio Project‘s The Bus Stop, has taken her team and The Super Groovy Cosmic Bus to Boise, Idaho for Treefort Music Fest this week. They’ll be snapping pictures and shooting video all over the festival, … Continue Reading
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
Canada’s highly popular Half Moon Run kept fans spellbound with with their lovely, lush unique brand of indie rock at Portland’s Doug Fir Lounge Friday night. Playing before a full house, the band performed a stunning setlist of tracks from … 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
Portland Radio Project and PRP’s PDX Rock Block dropped in this week – on the amazing Rob Daiker! Rob released his latest single SUPERHERO at a packed concert this past Saturday night at Dante’s, alongside Berahmand and Emotitron. J-Fell Presents … Continue Reading
Alternative rockers War on Drugs kept fans delighted and spellbound at their sold-out Crystal Ballroom show in Portland last night. The band was tight and well-rehearsed as one song after another was pulled from their 10-year repertoire.
Opening with hit … Continue Reading
The Decemberists returned home to an enthusiastic full house at Portland’s Keller Auditorium. Frontman, Colin Meloy, walking onstage following a Pomp & Circumstance style intro, with a goblet and his guitar, settled in to sing “The Singer Addresses … Continue Reading
Portlanders had their turn to experience a full slate of commendable artists as Passport Approved’s current slate of inductees buzzed through town, performing live Friday night at the Rose City’s Doug Fir Lounge.
Those lucky enough to take in … Continue Reading
Blues Rock musician Hozier and Iceland’s new singer-songwriter Asgeir may have set a new record for number of bodies able to squeeze into Portland’s popular Crystal Ballroom Friday night. Nary a square-inch of spare space could be found at the … Continue Reading
On her second consecutive night of shows at Portland’s Aladdin Theater, American rock, folk and blues-singer Lucinda Williams set the house a-fire with a splendid assortment of songs from her illustrious career.
Opening with “Can’t Let Go” at the onset … Continue Reading
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