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Arlie Conner & the Abettors

Ever wonder what goes on in homes of any neighborhood in Portland as you pass by them? For the most part I would guess something pretty wonderful. At least my Optimist’s Club nature hopes so, and so does my creative spirit! Arlie Conner’s cozy 101-year-old house in Sellwood is testament to that.

Not Just Another CD Release Party

First putting out the date: Sunday, Oct. 6, at Alberta Rose Theatre. It’s a celebration for Arlie Conner & the Abettors’ album. But it’s also a benefit concert for The Jeremy Wilson Foundation. They do amazing work.

Found a nice groove this week at Arlie’s house. His studio setup is in an extra bedroom (Wow! Never heard anybody doing THAT before!).

Everyone Aboard Who’s Coming Aboard


Buckminster Fullerbrush (affectionately known as Bucky) takes a rightful place in the studio while Arlie and I sit down to talk about the new album, “The Ballad of Johnny Ray Finn.”

A Taste of Things to Come


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  1. Rebecca
    Rebecca says:

    Looking forward to this – and to collaborating with Jeremy Wilson Foundation on their critical work. Healthy musicians are good for everybody’s health!


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