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Get Up PDX! kicked off the last month of Summer 2018 with an upbeat mix of folk music and bluegrass covers of pop songs, Wednesday, Aug. 22.

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The Doug Fir Lounge was packed to the brim Saturday night December 2, as fans gathered to hear Cedar Teeth kick off a show a sold out show. The band hails from the small town of Colton, Oregon, just 40 … Continue Reading

The dim, red lighting gave Dante’s an exceptionally devilish atmosphere and made for one hell of a party last Friday night, August 18. The Jackalope Saints took stage, and Sharon Cannon’s fiddle whined the first notes. Spotify just added the … Continue Reading

Horning’s Hideout welcomed their annual travelers for the 16th annual Northwest String Summit last weekend, July 13th-16th. Bluegrass faithful from across the country met to hear some of today’s most talented string instrumentalists.

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Lookout, music fans. Americana music icon Gillian Welch’s new “Boots No.1: The Official Revival Bootleg” is an enduring compilation of demos and outtakes from her 20 year-old “Revival” debut.

Released late last year, the two-disc compilation was lovingly shepherded in … Continue Reading

PRP’s Weekend Planner is back with psychedelic disco, synthpop, bluegrass, singer/songwriters, progressive pop & so much more. We know; we had you at “psychedelic disco.”

Thursday, March 2nd

The Facebook event page describes the line-up at Turn! Turn! Turn! on … Continue Reading

The Aladdin Theater was full of lucky concertgoers Thursday night. They enjoyed three great acts, all of which showcased individual styles. Additionally, there was a great deal of collaboration between various acts, making for a dynamic and unique show.

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The great country of Ireland can’t seem to stop pumping out stellar music this year. In 2014 we’ve watched the rise of Irish rock band Kodaline and relished the debut album of meteoric singer-songwriter Hozier, also from Ireland. Before … Continue Reading

Concertgoers got a history lesson along with their music last night at the sold-out Aladdin Theater.

The banter from two musical giants was as educational as it was comedic, when David Grisman (“The Dawg”) and Del McCoury, took the … Continue Reading