From Chile to Portland, Ripe Red Apple—Gaia Lyle (vocals) and Gonzalo Villa (guitar) along with Christopher Benson (guitar), Alexandra Geffel (drums) and Dave Smith (bass)—brought their blend of blues rock to the Alberta Street Pub on January 31. The band's sound is enamouring—the songs are well crafted and heartfelt. Lyle’s vocals were nothing short of breathtaking, a perfect match for her passionate lyrics. Villa and Benson’s guitar collaborations were well executed as the duo’s strengths complemented each other flawlessly. The gig was a big success for all—the audience left with smiles on their faces, while Lyle and the band genuinely enjoyed the evening. I’m sure I will be back to see one of their gigs soon and so should you!
Phosphene: 'Cocoon' [Song Premiere]Chris Young - Jan 15, 2020
Envelope yourself in the first driving dream pop single from Phosphene's forthcoming record, and then hear it live at the Alberta Street Pub on January 30.
Melissa Ruth Live from The Rye Room [Video Premiere]Kelsey Greco - Feb 28, 2019
The latest Rye Room Session features Oregon’s Melissa Ruth performing “Hey Mr. Bartender.” Don’t miss her live on March 28 at the Alberta Street Pub with Green Mountain Guild and Go Fever.
Starover Blue: 'Anemone' [Song Premiere]Kelsey Greco - Aug 14, 2018
Starover Blue channel a Japanese writer to produce an interdimensional study on romance. And after their two-week tour, catch 'em back home celebrating the release of this single at the Alberta...
Elke Robitaille Live from The Rye Room [Video Premiere]Kelsey Greco - Jul 5, 2018
The latest Rye Room Session features singer-songwriter Elke Robitaille performing “Westerly.” Don’t miss her live at the Alberta Street Pub on July 6 for another special video release.