Portland Radio Project was among more than 600 Oregon arts and culture organizations, from museums to fairgrounds, to be awarded the Coronavirus Relief Fund Cultural Support (CRFCS) Wednesday, September 23, 2020.
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Jeremy Wilson, a Portland musician and a founder of the Jeremy Wilson Foundation (JWF) Musicians Emergency Healthcare Fund is rallying the local community to aid with the financial and medical burdens that the outbreak of COVID-19 is bringing on music … Continue Reading
With relief we leave the commercialism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday behind, and consider making a gift to organizations that change lives and bring us closer to community. But, what cause to support? With desperation all around, from families … Continue Reading
Portland is making international news again – this time for our abundance of music festivals – and we’re happy to report the Rolling Stone France article, October edition, gave PRP a mention.
In town for Pickathon, the pride and joy … Continue Reading
As if we needed any more proof that music is going places it has never gone before, here comes MEUTE, a German marching band playing techno! Yes, you read it right – techno.
The ensemble of eleven musicians from … Continue Reading
Kickoff your holiday with friends, fun, food and music! In partnership with Bridgeliner and Pythian Studios, PRP presents three local bands, delicious snacks, cool swag – your chance to toast the holiday season and support local artists: PRP Holiday … Continue Reading
Raoul Peck’s explosive documentary, I Am Not Your Negro, is based on James Baldwin’s words and writings that still resonate. His niece, Aisha Karefa-Smart, joins in for a conversation.
The Optimism of James Baldwin
Every Brilliant Thing takes over The Ellyn Bye Studio for a compelling in-the-round theatre experience that doesn’t come around very often. It’s uniquely told story. It’s unique in its use of audience engaged and woven into the very fabric and … Continue Reading
Don’t let the polo shirts fool you….these guys fought for eight years to trademark … Continue Reading
Last season’s sold-out hit The Pianist of Willesden Lane is back for a limited premier engagement! This show closes June 30th! A must- see! Revisit our interview with Mona Golabek for the thrilling artistry at the piano and the backstory … Continue Reading
Always time for The Blues to build up our spirits and let music overcome not subject to us to adversity. Saturday Joe brought in the right man for the job. Singer, songwriter and storyteller, Doug MacLeod.
BREAK THE… Continue Reading
Our pleasure to welcome Beaumont Jazz as we previewed their upcoming show.
BRING ON THE JAZZ
Friday June 2, join us in a moment of silence.
Trying to explain the explainable. It’s becoming more common today.
Bombs going off in foreign lands, earthquakes and landslides in others. But nothing hits home more than what happened at … Continue Reading
Blues music promoter Cherie Robbins and Cascade Blues Association’s president Greg Slim Lively Johnson sat in with Saturday Joe for a special two-hour Blues segment ahead of a busy summer of festivals and shows. Be in the know!
Portland’s piano legend, Tom Grant, joined PRP’s Rebecca Webb and Michele Van Kleef in the studio for a drop-in session to share his new cd, Sipping Beauty. It’s Grant’s second album targeting the New Age market, but his 29th … Continue Reading
Naomi Sparrow and Rob Stroup leave no doubt that everything they do in their separate and together lives has an incredible depth of meaning. And we are the beneficiaries of their passion for writing and creating music.