On a windy and rainy Saturday night, the Texas heat was on in Milwaukie, Ore., when Texas bluesmen Smokin’ Joe Kubek and Bnois King took the stage with their band. With their dueling guitar styles at the forefront and each with a distinctive style that somehow works, after some 26 years together, the blend was near perfection. It was a roadhouse-style blues-rock performance that had it all: gritty Texas blues, a little soul, and songs about whiskey, women, heartache and cornbread. The perfect recipe for a great Saturday night party where everyone had fun.
Maurice and the Stiff Sisters: 'Heart Beats Faster' [Song Premiere]Chris Young - May 9, 2019
Tossing out another new song, listen to the latest horn-filled installment of the 'Our City, Our Sounds: A #PDXmusic Song A Month' series in partnership with Blue Heron Studio. Then don't miss the...
Hear Fox and Bones on Making the Move with Tara Velarde [Podcast Premiere]Tara Velarde - Jan 17, 2019
Featuring conversations with working musicians, Making the Move digs into the creative ways artists structure their careers, sustain their financial and artistic needs, and balance their...
Who is Yur Daddy?Ollie Collins - Jan 11, 2017
Perennial favorites at the Oregon Brewers Festival, Yur Daddy is ready to release their latest album, 'Alive.' Check them out at their release show on January 13 at the White Eagle.
94.7 FM’s 21st Birthday Bash: Bigger, Better, HotterBrendan Swogger - Aug 22, 2016
With help from The Dandy Warhols, AWOLNATION, Young the Giant and more, KNRK celebrated their 21st year under an intense sun.