Oregon Music Hall of Fame

Advocating for the Musical Arts in Oregon

The Oregon Music Hall of Fame — also known as OMHOF — is a Portland-based, non-profit organization. OMHOF was created to help preserve Oregon’s unique musical heritage and actively promote music education in Oregon schools.

Terry Currier

Janeen Rundle and Terry Currier

Terry Currier, President of the Oregon Music Hall of Fame. has been involved with the recorded music industry for more than 30 years. He owns Music Millennium, Portland’s legendary record store. Janeen Rundle, OMHOF’s Co-Founder and Secretary, worked for Sony Music Entertainment for 12 years, was a disc jockey, and is now a Sr. Loan Consultant for Willamette Valley Bank. Their volunteer work with OMHOF is truly a labor of love.


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A video clip from OMHOF’s 2013 Induction Ceremony

Robert Parish

Robert Parish has more than three decades of experience as a writer, producer, director, editor, videographer and voiceover artist. During his career, Parish has won dozens of national awards for his scriptwriting and video production efforts.

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  1. […] The Oregon Music Hall of Fame (OMHOF) honored four very talented Oregon high school musicians at Jimmy Mak’s Thursday evening. […]

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