Musician Loading Zones Launch In PortlandChris Young - Mar 13, 2019
Working musicians can now apply for and receive a free permit to use select commercial loading zones at 16 Portland venues thanks to the advocacy of MusicPortland and Fair Trade Music PDX as well...
Uncovering Songs and Stories with Sarah Clarke of Dirty Revival, Saeeda Wright and Moorea MasaChris Young - Feb 4, 2019
In 2019, Vortex is bringing songs and stories into the world through our #PDXmusic Song A Month collaboration with Blue Heron Studio and a new storytelling live series with Artists Rep. Do not...
How To Get On The Road (Again)Chris Young - Jan 29, 2019
It all starts at home... and you can learn how to book, promote and tour when our Get Paid! panel series continues at the Doug Fir on Sunday, February 10. Join Vortex, MusicPortland and J-Fell...
Picklefest Brings ‘The Sounds of Portland’ on Vinyl!Chris Young - Jul 6, 2018
Does it get any better than baseball, beer and local bands? Well, yes. Add in pickle tasting and #PDXmusic on vinyl and you've got the inaugural Picklefest on July 14! Score your tix, free beer...
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k.d. lang at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall on Feb. 27, 2018Photos by John Alcala
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