With three songwriters and three lead singers, Western Centuries are not your average country band. When the Seattleites met up with Portia Sabin of The Future of What at Pickathon last August, they'd just come off the stage and had to swing by their truck first to grab some cold ones—exactly what you'll need to beat the heat this year's fest is set to bring.
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If your local record store doesn't have what you're looking for, it's not their fault. Major labels have failed to properly distribute physical products, which means artists are losing money while...
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Music is capable of inspiring and bridging divides; it is infinitely more impactful than the words on this page.
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Explore the stories behind the music—and the music biz—with some of Portland's best podcasters.
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Scenes from Pickathon featuring Hurray for the Riff Raff, Myke Bogan, Adia Victoria, Western Centuries, Vhol and more at Pendarvis Farm on August 6, 2016Photos by Sam Gehrke
August 17, 2016 3:30pm
Scenes from Pickathon featuring Foghorn Stringband, Myke Bogan, The James Hunter Six, La Luz, Adia Victoria, Vhol and more at Pendarvis Farm on August 4-6, 2016Photos by Beth Olson
August 12, 2016 9:45am