Indie Rock’s stalwart “Band of Horses” is back with what may be their choicest effort yet.  “Why Are You O.K.,” their fifth studio album, offers an exceptional collection of melodic tracks sure to boost an already strong fan-following.

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Fans turned out in droves to enjoy the music of young blues-rock phenomenon Ty Curtis at the Safeway Waterfront Blues Festival last year.

With the festival now upon us – it starts today at Portland’s Tom McCall Waterfront Park and … Continue Reading

Portland “guitar goddess” Teresa Topaz and talented friend from Southern California, Roni Lee dropped in to the PRP studio Friday morning to chat it up and play live with Valerie Ring and Dan Packard.

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In this day and age we could all use a little good news or extra dose of happiness in the midst of the negativity we are surrounded by. The Sunday before this show we all witnessed the tragedy in Orlando … Continue Reading

Rob Daiker has been a busy man since we last spoke at his single release party in the fall. On top of putting the final touches on his upcoming album “Binary Affairs”, he recently returned from Europe where he was … Continue Reading

Lovey James Sings Live@PRP

Portland’s own American Idol Top 20 Finalist, Lovey James, joined us in the Portland Radio Project studios for a Drop-In Session with Michele Van Kleef on Monday Music Muse. After her whirlwind experience with Fox’s … Continue Reading

Two Talented Guys Bring it Live@PRP on Michele Van Kleef‘s Monday Music Muse

The men with three names… David Jacobs-Strain and Taylor John Williams joined me in the Portland Radio Project studio for a Drop-In Session. They had been … Continue Reading

Last Thursday night Josh Malm Tree of Redwood Son came by to help co-host the evening. On the show I got to discuss the Westicana EP and the upcoming CD release at Mississippi Studios on Saturday, April 16th. 12973085_567189536780455_8585584524689599120_o Our … Continue Reading

By | Teri Briggs

Wednesday’s Portland’s Playlist show was a night of laughter with #DropInSession guests, Fox and Bones, and videographer, Michael Nipper. Fox and Bones is the new “conceptual folk collaboration between Sarah Vitort and Just People’s, Scott Gilmore. … Continue Reading

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Luke and Teri welcomed Ryan Aiello on Portland’s Playlist Wednesday night for a session that was tons of fun. Ryan is the front man to Ill Lucid Onset, a band that is known around the world … Continue Reading

By | Teri Briggs

It was a special treat to welcome Kevin Selfe on Portland’s Playlist at Portland Radio Project last Wednesday night. In case you don’t know, Kevin fronts the popular Blues band, Kevin Selfe and The Tornadoes. He … Continue Reading

Many in Portland’s music community are in mourning, with the passing Monday night of their friend and mentor Tim Ellis, beloved musician and music producer. As his friend and musical partner violinist Aaron Meyer put it, “Tim was a world

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If you’re in the mood for new music that energizes and enthralls, look for Quilt’s new “Plaza.” The third studio album from the 4-member Indie/psych/folk band, their new release shimmers and shines with enough substance to score with both fans … Continue Reading

Armed with a powerful voice, a guitar and stories to tell, Scott Brockett  joined Michele Van Kleef on Portland Radio Project for a morning Drop-In Session. He hails originally from Central Oregon, but now calls Portland home with his wife … Continue Reading

January 21st was the debut of “Sounds of PDX”, a new show on Portland Radio Project hosted by Luke Neill. On Sounds of PDX, we plan to explore topics like music production, writing, artists you should know, and much more! … 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

Here’s what is in our Holiday Music bag of goodies and Holiday specials to keep your days and nights feeling merry and bright.









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Children first – that’s goal at the heart of what CARES Northwest does.

The community-based medical program, which exists to assess, treat and prevent of child abuse, has always been devoted to cultivating a child-friendly environment. The staff and professionals … Continue Reading

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

Laurie Anderson’s new documentary, Heart of a Dog, was made almost by accident, and though it does offer a very unique “dog’s eye view”, there’s so much more to it. A long-time muser on life, art, music, fashion, technology, story-telling, … Continue Reading