Cover Photo by Miss Ellanea, courtesy of our friends at Vortex Magazine
Thursday, January 25 The Get Ahead and Sam Ravenna at Goodfoot
The Get Ahead is throwing a dance party and you’re invited! Come to SE Portland’s funky basement, Goodfoot Pub & Lounge, and shake it to their Soul/Americana music along with Sam Ravenna, on tour from Tahoe.
Saturday, January 27 Pretty Gritty Music Video Premiere at Moreland Theater
Pretty Gritty will have a one time public showing of their first music video before it’s released to the public. It is for their upcoming single, “Love Don’t Live Here Anymore” which will be on their new album, “Seven Year Itch,” scheduled for release this Spring. Meet at Kay’s Bar for food and beverage between 10 & 11:30 pm. The video will be shown across the street at Moreland Theater at the stroke of midnight.
Watch the teaser
Pretty Gritty Music Video Premiere at Moreland Theater
6712 SE Milwaukie Ave., Portland
Sat, Jan 27th
10 pm-1 am | FREE
Moorea Masa & The Mood will premiere the video for new single, “I Can’t Tell,” an intimate video to show “there is nothing wrong with owning that we are sensual beings. The more we embrace love that truly nourishes us, the better the world will be.”
Portland native Moorea Masa brings an organic Northwest vibe to the more traditional R&B sounds. Profoundly moving, she blends sumptuous soul together with stripped-back folk harmonies.
Blossom sings eclectic soul shaded with Trinidad and Tobago. Watch her latest video, Black Magic Woman. As Jenni Moore says, “If you’ve been paying attention to Portland’s music scene, there’s no way you haven’t heard her name. For the last couple of years, Blossom—AKA Keisha Chiddick—has lit up countless stages, converting casual onlookers into fans with her lovable personality and soulful voice.”
Cristina Cano is a writer, vocalist, and performer dedicated to crafting rich melodic soundscapes, as well as engaging intimate and vulnerable experiences. Siren and the Sea embodies a world of seemingly underwater and other worldly symphonies highlighted by lush vocals, layers of rich synthesizers, bass, electronic drums, and pedal steel and baritone/ guitar.
Moorea Masa & The Mood Video Premiere, Siren & The Sea, Blossom at Mississippi Studios
3939 N. Mississippi Avenue, Portland
Sun, Jan 28th
Doors 8 pm/Show 9 pm | $10 Adv/$12 DOS TICKETS
You can follow Teri’s work with the PRP street team on her Facebook page, Teri’s Tunes PDX.
Saturday, January 27th The Octopus Project, New Fumes at Bunk Bar
Saturday, January 27 Queen Chief, Foxy Lemon, Fire Nuns at Doug Fir
If my “other” were in town, I’d probably take her to this show, ’cause she likes live music you can bounce to, that’s authentic and messy and everyone is totally into it – Queen Chief, Foxy Lemon & Fire Nuns sound like they’d fit that bill! Luke Neill had Foxy Lemon on a recent episode of Sounds of PDX, along with artists pseudoboss and The Pining Hearts.
“ViVoce’s winter concert features a performance of Joe Hickerson’s “Bright Morning Stars are Rising,” as well as folk and love songs from various countries and cultures.”
“River of Stars: Singing Darkness into Light” ViVoce at St. Michael & All Angels Episcopal Church
St. Michael & All Angels Episcopal Church
1704 NE 43rd Avenue, Portland
Sat Jan 27 at 7:30 pm, Sun Jan 28 at 4:30 pm
All Ages Event!
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