Month: June 2016

Sam Lay Bluesland screening at Skyline Tavern – July 8th

Bluesland, A new documentary film about legendary blues and rock drummer, Sam Lay is going to be screening at the Skyline Tavern in NW Portland on July 8. Terry Robb will be performing a set prior to the screening. He

Red White & Blue Riverfront Festival – July 3 & 4

Since 1995, the Downtown Corvallis Association has been presenting the Red White & Blue Riverfront Festival during the Fourth of July weekend. Come help celebrate the nation’s birthday July 3 & 4 by the beautiful Willamette Riverfront on First Street

Josh Hoyer and Soul Colossal – Post-Waterfront Show At Alberta Street Pub – July 5

“If James Brown and Otis Redding had a love child, it would be Josh Hoyer. The Lincoln, Nebraska soul shouter and his band of merry soulsters, Soul Colossal, deliver a sound so big, so funky, so wring-the-sweat-out-of-you energetic that it

Blues Prodigy Christone “Kingfish” Ingram To Play The Birk – July 8

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock or have not been paying attention to all the media about young blues phenom Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, it’s time to jump into your car and head down to The Birk for a true

Brother Dege & The Brethren Oregon Tour: July 12 PDX

Born and raised in the swamplands of Louisiana, Brother Dege is the best kept secret in the Deep South. If you like your music real, then you’re in the right place. This is pure channeled soul minus the big money

Brothers And Sister Recreate The Music Of The Allman Brothers – July 14

The Allman Brothers were one of the most awe-inspiring live bands of all time, and they were at their creative height in the early 1970s when they released one of the rock era’s seminal live albums, Live At The Fillmore

Versatile Texas Americana Musician Randy McAllister – July 15

Randy McAllister Band

If Mark Twain had envisioned a twenty-first century roots musician, he might have created a character like Randy McAllister with his easy-going persona and wry, observant wit. Randy McAllister is one of the premier singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist to emerge

Tony Joe White Bringing The Swamp To The Mission Theater: July 15

Tony Joe White grew up in Northwest Louisiana, just south of the Arkansas line. On his father’s farm, he was around cotton and knew about working in the fields, as well as the aromas, tastes, and sounds of the swampland.

Cathedral Park Jazz Festival Celebrates 36 Years Of Presenting Free Music To Portland – July 15-17

As the longest-running free Jazz Festival west of the Mississippi River, the Cathedral Park Jazz Festival celebrates its 36th year with three days of world-class music. The Festival begins Friday night, July 15, with dynamic Blues, R&B, and Soul. Saturday,

Portland International Airport Features Local Artist Diane Russell

Portland Soul: Portraits in Jazz & Blues is an exhibit by local artist Diane Russell on display at Concourse E at the Portland International Airport February 9 – July 15. “This exhibit features many of my portraits of the Portland