Liv Warfield and her guitarist Ryan Waters brought their "The Living Room" performance to Portland's newest jazz club. The sold-out Sunday performance, the first of two nights, was an exceptional chance to see Warfield and Waters, alongside Portland vocalists Saeeda Wright and Ashley Jayy, up close and personal in an incredibly intimate setting. Both Sunday and Monday night's shows were filled with amazing vocals and harmonies highlighted by several emotional and personal moments shared through the artists' conversational stories and music.
Third Angle New Music: Pushing the Boundaries of Contemporary Chamber MusicKatey Trnka - Oct 14, 2019
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Maiah Wynne Collaborates with Portland Cello Project and Rush's Alex Lifeson on Her Beautiful #MeToo Anthem [Song Premiere]Chris Young - Jul 25, 2019
With eight cellos and guitar textures provided by the legendary progressive rocker, Maiah Wynne's new single "Fearless Girl" provides strength for those—"for her, for him, for them, for you"—who...
Artist to Watch: Rasheed Jamal Is Ready to Reign SupremeMac Smiff - Jul 5, 2019
With the dramatically named 'Messiah Complex' on the horizon, one of Portland's most skilled rappers is ready to make his mark. And while you'll have to wait for its release later this summer,...
Josephine Antoinette: 'It's Enough' [Song Premiere]Skylor Powell - Mar 29, 2019
After years of making music with others, the soulful, jazzy singer is finally ready to share her own songs and the plethora of influences that inspire her. Listen to Josephine Antoinette's first...
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