As Seattle’s Anthony Ray (aka Sir Mix-A-Lot) returned to the Portland Rose Festival's RoZone concert stage on Saturday night, he stated that he wasn’t here to play to the people; he was here to play with the people. And he meant that literally. Inviting fans on stage to dance with him and performing on the crowd barrier, Sir Mix-A-Lot fed off the high-energy crowd. And everyone had a great, booty-shaking time.
Small Leaks Sink Ships: 'Dancing Devil' [New Song]Chris Young - May 23, 2017
Listen to an asymmetrical new cut from the experimental rockers and catch them performing a free show at the White Owl on May 25—which'll kick off Memorial Day weekend's waterfront What Was Sound...
New #PDXmusic on KINK: Haley Johnsen's 'When I Loved You' [Song of the Week]Chris Young - May 25, 2017
Drawing on her love for the blues, let Haley Johnsen bewitch you with her new single. Then catch her this Memorial Day weekend on the waterfront at Vortex 2—also featuring Patrick Lamb’s tribute...
New #PDXmusic on KINK: Bed.'s 'Girl' [Song of the Week]Chris Young - May 18, 2017
From performing at PDX Pop Now! to recording with Jackpot!'s Larry Crane, Bed. are prepping their debut LP but first you can catch them this Memorial Day weekend on the waterfront at What Was...
A Portlander’s Guide to the Best NW Festivals in 2017Chris Young - May 2, 2017
From summer camp for adults to family-friendly campouts to city living, find wooded, immersive experiences as well as free, all-ages action during our favorite season in Portland and the greater...