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November, 2019

Sunday
10
Fort Flagler State Park
8:00 AM
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The Dare to be Square mission is to promote and preserve traditional square dancing

The D2BS-W Event is a weekend of square dance calling & music workshops, dancing, jamming, and tons of fun! Caller include Larry Edelman and T. Claw, musicians include The Canotes and Atlas String Band, weekend pass $180 (meals included), day pass $80 (meals included), evening pass $11.
Sunday
10
Alberta Street Pub
12:00 PM
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A rotating cast of Portland‘s finest and most danceable swing bands, $6, all ages, kids under 12 free. Info: www.albertastreetpub/music.
Oct 27: Pink Lady & The Tramps
Nov 3: The Hot Lovin‘ Jazz Babies
****Part of the Siren Nation Festival 2019****
Nov 10: Hot July
Sunday
10
Laurelthirst Pub
12:00 PM
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David Lipkind, Jason Honl and friends play psych blues for the whole family, free, all ages.
Sunday
10
House Party
1:00 PM
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Hosted by Emily Forsyth & Loren Raymer. Bring some potluck to share and clean dance shoes or socks. And your instrument if you‘re a musician... Waltz, two-step, and zydeco. Fun times guaranteed, free
Sunday
10
Hosted by Emily & Loren
1:00 PM
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1-3:30 pm, potluck, music, jam & Dancing, free.
Email regantia{at}gmail.com to get on the Cajun Jam mailinglist.
Sunday
10
Artichoke Music
2:00 PM
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Every Sunday, 2-4 pm, music and songwriting lessons for Armed Forces veterans; guitars are available, drop-in, free. Info: 503-232-8845 or www.artichokemusic.org/calendar
Sunday
10
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Monthly on Sundays from Sep 8 through Dec 8, led by Doug Stickler, workshops for accordion players of all abilities, $199 for four sessions. More info: artichokemusic.org/classes.

Workshops can be taken separately from the package. Each drop-in workshop is $60 for the 2 hour session. Please contact Tracy if interested in single workshops. Please call Tracy Kim for questions: 503-236-8613.
Sunday
10
Alberta Street Pub
3:00 PM
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A rotating lineup of Portland‘s finest family performers for the kids & showcasing Portland‘s best singer-songwriters for the grown-ups, $8 per walking human, all ages. More info: www.albertastreetpub.com/music.
Oct 27: Mo Phillips & Jessa Campbell
Nov 3: Pointed Man Band, Mo Phillips
Nov 10: Red Yarn
Sunday
10
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Led by Christine Weinmeister and Linda Leavitt, Handsome Ladies Ambassadors. For more information: https://thehandsomeladies.org/.
Sunday
10
Catfish Lou's - NOTE NEW ADDRESS:
3:00 PM
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Irish music - from Steve’s Vault at Catfish Lou’s. NOTE NEW ADDRESS: 6540 SW Fallbrook Place, Beaverton (just past the intersection of SW Scholls and Allen Blvd.), $5 cover.



Sunday
10
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Old-time blues. Every Sunday. Free.

Sunday
10
People’s Co-op Community Room
5:00 PM
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Songbooks provided, no exp necessary. Info: website or Jessica Beer at jessicabeer(at)gmail.com.
Sunday
10
Muddy Rudder Public House
6:00 PM
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Irish music, no cover, 21+.
Sunday
10
Laurelthirst Pub
6:00 PM
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David Reisch (bass) and Turtle VanDemarr (guitar) from the Freak Mountain Rambers bring pals for a rowdy, rootsy Sunday afternoon of song, free, all ages.
Sunday
10
Tom Harke is kindly lending us his home.
6:30 PM
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New regular Portland Balkan Jam (and maybe, some Romanian and Hungarian music)
2nd and 4th Sundays (starting September 22, 2019)
No commitments.
Bring music and/or chords to share.
All instruments are welcome. Tell your friends. All suggestions are welcome.
Sunday
10
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****Part of the Siren Nation Festival 2019****
7 pm, doors open at 6, Singer-songwriters LaRhonda Steele, Bre Gregg (Red Bird), Beth Wood + Ara Lee James (Stand and Sway) are sharing the stage for the first time to take on the music of their sheroes - - the women who inspired them to start writing, with support from Leah Hinchcliff and Dan Gildea, $20 advance/$25 door, minors OK when accompanied by a parent or guardian.


Sunday
10
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Show 7 pm (doors open at 6), benefit to support Do Good Multnomah, a local non-profit working to assist veterans with housing.

Blitzen Trapper and the Parson Red Heads will perform, $30, all ages, fully seated.
Sunday
10
House Concert
8:00 PM
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Social potluck and drink starts at 7 pm, concert at 8 pm, With an engaging stage presence and understated virtuosity, Nuala and Eamon present a timeless selection of songs and instrumentals. Their songs range from the ancient Irish tradition to reflections on the present day, $25. For tickets, go to https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4314267, all sales final, no refunds.
Sunday
10
The Old Church
8:00 PM
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****Part of the Siren Nation Festival 2019****
8 pm (doors open at 7), From a long line of brilliant musicians, Lucy carves out her own beautiful folk songs, The Old Church Concert Hall, 1422 SW 11th, $15 advance/$18 day of show, all ages, bar with ID, advance tickets from Eventbrite at www.eventbrite.com (plus service fees), all sales final. Info: www.theoldchurch.org.
Sunday
10
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Special guests Kate Power and Steve Einhorn and local veterans present a concert to benefit Soldier Songs & Voices, an organization that gives free guitar and songwriting lessons to Armed Forces veterans all around the country, pay what you can - $15 donation recommended.
Sunday
10
Laurelthirst Pub
9:00 PM
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Super supportive showcase for everyone, signup at 8 pm, music at 9 pm, hosted by Taylor Kingman, free.
Monday
11
Veterans Day / Remembrance Day
Monday
11
KBOO Radio - 90.7 FM
5:30 AM
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Early morning folk music to get your week started, hosted by Jonathan Lay.
Monday
11
Artichoke Music
10:30 AM
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Aaron Canwell of the popular Kindie band, Micah and Me, is teaching a weekly ukulele drop in designed for parents, caregivers, and nannies who would like to learn to play the ukulele with their little ones in tow. This is also available to anyone of any age; just know kids will be tolerated!

The cost is $10 for anyone over 10 years of age (even if they bring their own ukulele). And $10 per ukulele for those under 10 years old that choose to participate.

Extra sessions at noon-1 pm and 2-3 pm.
Monday
11
NOTE NEW LOCATION: The Green House, SE Portland
12:00 PM
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Every Monday from Nov 4 through Dec 16, led by Anne Weiss, learn to sing better in a non-judgmental, fun environment, $120 for seven classes, drop-ins welcome, $20 per class. Info: 503-232-8845 or www.artichokemusic.org/calendar
Monday
11
Alberta Street Pub
6:00 PM
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****Part of the Siren Nation Festival 2019****

A healthy dose of humor and sensuality weave through the haunting music of Strange & the Familiars. After all, if one is burdened with sharing the stories from beyond the veil, one must have a sense of humor about it, $5 to $10 sliding scale
Monday
11
Laurelthirst Pub
6:00 PM
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Old friends playing roots and country music they love, free.
Monday
11
Lake Theater & Cafe
7:00 PM
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7 pm show (doors open at 6 pm), Blues and folk, price varies.

Dec 2: Blue Moon Marquee, $15, VIP table (seats 4) $80.
Dec 9: Acoustic Guitar Summit Christmas (Terry Robb, Mark Hanson & Doug Smith), $20, VIP table (seats 4) $100.
Dec 16: A soulful Christmas with Lilla & Friends, $15, VIP table (seats 4) $80.
Dec 23: Sugar & Spice, a Holiday Treat with Julie Amici & LaRhonda Steele + Dean Mueller, Mark Steele & Carlton Jackson, $20, VIP table (seats 4) $120.
Dec 30: Holiday Hangover Cure with Harpdog Brown & The Uptown Blues Band, $20, VIP table (seats 4) $100.
Jan 7: Curtis Salgado & Alan Hager Duo, SOLD OUT (Tickets still available for Tue Jan 7).
Monday
11
Lenora's Ballroom at Waverly UCC
8:00 PM
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Waltz Eclectic Dance at Lenora‘s Ballroom every Monday night. Mondays begin with a lesson from 8 - 8:30 pm highlighting a particular area of waltz while focusing on connection to ones partner and to the music. Open dancing from 8:30 - 10:30, $10 for the evening & for Veterans, admission is free.
Monday
11
Muddy Rudder Public House
8:00 PM
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Doin‘ what it takes, no cover, 21+.
Monday
11
Laurelthirst Pub
9:00 PM
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The finest in local Django Reinhardt-inspired gypsy jazz and swing dance music, free.
Tuesday
12
KBOO Radio - 90.7 FM
5:30 AM
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A spicy mix of folk and acoustic music, much of which is connected to the American south, including (but not limited to) acoustic blues, Texas folk, Cajun, string band & Texas swing, hosted by Diane Karl
Tuesday
12
Village Ballroom
10:00 AM
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Every Tuesday until Dec 31, open to the public and all are welcome! Mr. Ben will sing your children‘s favorite songs, inspiring movement, growth, connection, and cognitive and emotional development.

music from 10 to 10:45, and if time allows, open play afterwards with toys provided by Woodlawn Swap n‘ Play Less.
Tuesday
12
Laurelthirst Public House
6:00 PM
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Bluegrass; impeccable musicianship and hard-driving originals, free, all ages.
Tuesday
12
Artichoke Music
6:30 PM
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Artichoke‘s new Youth Open Mic provides a space for music‘s next generation to create and perform in a safe and supportive environment. Original music is encouraged, but by no means required, $5 contribution at door.

Names will be drawn to determine the order of play. This event is offered in collaboration with students from Cleveland High School and PROWUS, a non-profit organization that provides grants for music students. Info: http://www.prowus.org/
Tuesday
12
Trap Door Brewing
6:30 PM
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Every other Tuesday, intermediate level and above, organized by Dennis Tomlin Info: dltomlin(at)gmail.com
Tuesday
12
Swaha Studios
6:30 PM
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Anne Weiss leads a class and choir rolled into one, $20 per class or $110 for seven classes, $55 for students under 18. Learn more at anneweiss.com or register at www.artichokemusic.com.
Tuesday
12
Pacific Crest Community School
7:00 PM
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Meets every Tuesday (except Oct 8). Instructors are Maggie Lind – clawhammer banjo, Patrick Lind – guitar, Sophie Enloe –fiddle. Previous experience on your instrument is required. If you’ve been playing old-time music on fiddle, clawhammer banjo, or guitar for a while and are ready to meet and play with other people, then this class is for you! $125-$150 for 8 weeks and learn 6 traditional tunes and songs.
Tuesday
12
McMenamins Rock Creek Tavern
7:00 PM
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Bluegrass and associated music, bluegrass instruments only; leave your song books and tab at home please. Info: Tim Howell at 503-208-1874 or timhowell74(at)gmail.com
Tuesday
12
Portland Community College Rock Creek Campus Building 3, room 114
7:30 PM
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With pure harmonies, lyrical mandolin and strong guitar, the duo performs original songs and tunes as well as their favorite old gems from traditional and country repertoires, presented by The Experience Music Series, donations gratefully accepted (cash or check) at the door. Parking is $2 (permits available from the machines).

For more information about this concert and the series, please contact Anthony Catalan at anthony.catalan{at}pcc.edu, 971-722-7866.

PCC Rock Creek Campus Music Department is a collaborator with Portland FolkMusic Society.
Tuesday
12
Aladdin Theater
8:00 PM
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Show 8 pm (doors open at 7), indie-folk duo Kyle Jahnke and Andy Baxter, with Lily Madeleine and Brody Price, $18 advance/$22 day of show/$58 VIP, all ages. Tickets available from Eventbrite (plus service fee).
Wednesday
13
KBOO Radio - 90.7 FM
5:30 AM
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Traditional and contemporary folk music, hosted by John Kellermann.
Wednesday
13
Swaha Studios
12:00 PM
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Every Wednesday from Nov 6 to Dec 18, led by Anne Weiss, learn 2,3, even 4-part harmonies and to how hold on to your own part, $120 for seven classes, drop-ins welcome, $20 per class. Info: 503-232-8845 or www.artichokemusic.org/calendar.
Wednesday
13
Round Table Pizza
6:30 PM
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Every Wednesday, newcomer friendly! Info: Jane Gallagher at janeromfo5(at)gmail.com

Wednesday
13
Artichoke Music
7:00 PM
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Every 2nd Wednesday, 7:30 pm (doors open at 7), performances by local and regional bands and artists, followed by an open traditional music and dance session, $7-15 sliding scale. Info: 232-8845 or artichokemusic.org.

Featured performers -
Nov 13: Laura Reed and Sam Vogt - traditional Irish music for fiddle and guitar,
Dec 11: Stringed Migration - a lush synthesis of international roots music with a twist of jazz.
Wednesday
13
Strum Guitars
7:00 PM
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Fingerstyle guitar, free.
Wednesday
13
Members' Homes
7:30 PM
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Learner-friendly jam session focused on old-time, folk, and acoustic blues, held in members‘ homes, all instruments and ability levels welcome. For more info, contact Steve Bleiler at bleilers{at}pdx.edu.
Wednesday
13
Alberta Street Pub
7:30 PM
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Dance lesson 7pm, dancing 7:30 - 10pm, live & local Cajun music, General $12/CZ members $10, 21+ after 8:30 pm.
Wednesday
13
Muddy Rudder Public House
8:00 PM
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Eric Ching is a jazz and blues drummer who strives to be a simple and lyrical with firm roots in the bebop tradition, free, 21+.
Thursday
14
KBOO Radio - 90.7 FM
5:30 AM
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Traditional American music: folk and traditional musics from a variety of sources including early country recordings from the 20s and 30s, hosted by Gordy Euler.

Thursday
14
Village Ballroom
10:00 AM
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Every Thursday, until Nov 21, a fun, energetic, interactive acoustic show for kids, free, suggested donation of $5 per kid or $10 per family.
Thursday
14
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Come join us for a weekly bluegrass jam, hosted by Rich Landar of The Hillwilliams. We‘ll be playing in a picker‘s circle where everyone can play as much as they‘d like. Bluegrass instrumentation preferred but any acoustic instruments are welcome. All levels of pickers and singers can join in at this friendly, no pressure jam session, free, all ages.
Thursday
14
Alberta Street Pub
6:00 PM
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****Part of the Siren Nation Festival 2019****

Local jazz and blues trio headed up by vocalist Davi Schmidt, bassist Paul Stewart, and keyboardist Andrew Deetz play jazz standards and modern soul, all ages, $5 cover.
Thursday
14
Winona Grange #271
7:00 PM
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Every Thursday, 7-9 pm, drop-in class, beginners always welcome, $5 per person (12+).
Thursday
14
Hostel Café
7:00 PM
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Every Thursday at the Northwest Portland Hostel in the Hostel Cafe, free, no purchase necessary.
Thursday
14
Artichoke Music
7:00 PM
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Every 2nd & 4th Thursday, 7 pm (doors open at 6:30), hosted by Jon Lee, features a different theme each fortnight, $5 donation at the door, beer, wine, sparkling water, tea, and light snacks available at the bar.

Nov 14: Acoustic Village Open Mic Theme: Best Place on the Planet

Nov 28: Artichoke is closed. Happy Thanksgiving!

Dec 12: Beneath the Southern Cross

Dec 26: Bachxing Day - classical open mic
Thursday
14
Alberta Rose Theatre
8:00 PM
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8 pm, doors open at 7:00, Rodney Crowell is a progressive country singer, songwriter, and producer who influenced Nashville‘s new traditionalist movement of the 1980s.
His varied career includes collaborations with Roseanne Cash, Emmylou Harris and countless other superstars 0f country and American roots music. Join Rodney and friends for a concert celebrating the release of his latest album.

Award-winning guitarist Joe Robinson opens the show.

$35 advance/$45 door/$55 Premium Seating (First 5 rows in the front/center section - available in advance only), minors OK when accompanied by a parent or guardian,


Thursday
14
Muddy Rudder Public House
8:00 PM
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Whiskey Deaf is Annie Staninec & John Kael and friends, no cover, 21+.
Thursday
14
White Eagle Saloon
8:00 PM
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****Part of the Siren Nation Festival 2019****
Intoxicating music that tackles complex topics surrounding mental health, LGBTQ+ issues, self-love, racial injustice, social inequality and women‘s rights, album release show, $10 advance/$12 day of show, 21+.
Thursday
14
Aladdin Theater
8:00 PM
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****Part of the Siren Nation Festival 2019****
Show: 8 pm (doors open at 7), timeless songcraft and understated yet soulful delivery, $28.50 advance/$30 day of show, all ages (advance tickets available from Eventbrite (plus service fee).
Friday
15
KBOO Radio - 90.7 FM
5:30 AM
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Folk music to get your day started, hosted by Kurt Liebezeit (1st and 3rd Fridays, alternating with Cascadia Coffeehouse).
Friday
15
Mark's On The Channel
5:00 PM
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Acoustic blues and Americana, no cover, all ages. Note the early 5 to 8 pm music time. Info: www.jamesclem.com.
Friday
15
Friendly House Community Center
7:00 PM
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The 3rd Friday of every month (Rise Up Singing/Rise Again), 7-9 pm, led by Ted Kaye, Friendly House Community Center, 1737 NW 26th (at Thurman), free. Info: kandsons(at)aol.com.
Friday
15
KMUZ Radio - 88.5 FM
7:00 PM
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Celtic Music Hour

Every week on Fri at 7:00 PM

Music - celtic

Every Friday, with Ann McBride and Beth Nevue, the Ceili (kay-lee) of the Valley Society presents music from the seven Celtic nations. Hosts Ann and Beth create weekly themes from Celtic music, culture and history. Special programs introduce local Celtic musicians; weekly Celtic calendars showcase area music, dance and cultural events, enjoy the wide range of Celtic music from traditional to rock.
Friday
15
Artichoke Music
7:30 PM
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Every Friday, 7:30 pm (doors open at 7), singer-songwriter performances: four acts performing 30-minute sets, admission $5.

Dec 6
Dale Pratt - Folk Americana alternative songwriter
Peter Fennell - Distorted folk
Chrissie and Jimmy Joe - Holiday CD release hour

Dec 13
Molly Tentarelli - Jazz/pop
Steve Eulberg - Smile-inducing, toe-tapping folkgrass
Jon Lee - Northwest craftsman
Megan Cronin - Soothing heartfelt songs

Dec 20
Jessa Campbell - Women songwriters in the round
Katie Sontag - Women songwriters in the round
Alexa MacDonald - Women songwriters in the round
Halelupe - Women songwriters in the round
Friday
15
Laurelthirst Pub
8:00 PM
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Legendary septuagenarian freak-folk troubadour and his nuanced band, free.
Friday
15
Muddy Rudder Public House
8:00 PM
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The Bottom Shelf Bourbon Trio plays core roots music anchored somewhere between the lowdown grit and growl of early blues, the high lonesome sounds of bluegrass, and folk, free, 21+.
Friday
15
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****Part of the Siren Nation Festival 2019****
All-female triple bill, $10, 21+.
Saturday
16
KMHD Radio - 89.1 FM
12:00 AM
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Every Saturday, join DJ Steve Cushing for Blues Before Sunrise, the "Blues Heritage Showcase." Broadcast from 12-7 a.m., the show features a different decade of heritage blues each hour.
Saturday
16
KBOO Radio - 90.7 FM
6:00 AM
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Every Saturday, 6 to 9 am, hosted by: Molly Campbell, Wayne Johnson, Gary Baysinger, Mary Rondthaler, music in the country style, including western & western swing, cowboy & country blues, country folk, bluegrass, rockabilly, hillbilly, Americana, and honky tonk.

1st Saturday -Molly - Vintage tunes spun from vinyl LP‘s.

2nd Saturday: Wayne and Kathy - Variety of country, western, western swing, country folk, country blues, bluegrass, rockabilly and Americana.

3rd Saturday: Gary Baysinger - Countrypolitan blues - A mix of Eastern Philosophy and Western Swing. The yin, the yang and the do-si-do.
Saturday
16
KBOO Radio - 90.7 FM
9:00 AM
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Every Saturday, 9 am to noon, the best of traditional and contemporary bluegrass and old time music, and information about local shows and festivals!

First Saturday: Rachel and Justin

Second Saturday: Dave Elliott

3rd Saturday: Gareth Jenkins

4th Saturday: Ian Joel

5th Saturday: Phil Hodgen
Saturday
16
Fleur de Lis Bakery & Cafe
10:30 AM
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Sophisticated folk music on guitar, ukulele, mandolin, and violin while you enjoy your weekend brunch.
Saturday
16
Laurelthirst Pub
12:00 PM
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Roots rock, blues, and Americana, free, all ages.
Saturday
16
Waverly UCC
1:00 PM
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Led by Greg Stone, all instruments, no registration required, drop-ins welcome; knowledge of basic chords and ability to execute the chord changes is required. class $15, jam only $5 donation.
Saturday
16
Artichoke Music
1:00 PM
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Led by Avery Hill, this drop-in lesson is for absolute beginners who want to learn how to play and learn to jam in a supportive learning community. We play fun and familiar songs in the Key of C and/or consisting of 3 chords or less. Stay for the jam and enjoy!, $10 suggested donation. More info: https://learnsongbysong.com.
Saturday
16
Artichoke Music
1:30 PM
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Led by Avery Hill, this drop-in jam is for beginners who want to sharpen their skills and learn how to “play well with others” in a supportive learning community. We play fun and familiar songs in the Key of C and/or consisting of 3 chords or less, $10 suggested donation. Absolute beginners may come early at 1 pm for a beginners lesson, More info: https://learnsongbysong.com.
Saturday
16
Oddfellows Hall
4:30 PM
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4:30 pm for piping and drumming competitions, 6:30 pm, food service, 7:30 pm performances of pipe bands and soloists. $10 non-members, $5 members, kids 12 and under free.
Saturday
16
KBOO Radio - 90.7 FM
5:00 PM
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Every Saturday, hosted by Tom Wendt, urban and country blues with R&B, soul, jazz, zydeco and classic rock.
Saturday
16
Laurelthirst Pub
6:00 PM
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Longtime PDX performer brings her kickass rock and roll band in to rowdy the place up, free.
Saturday
16
Laurelthirst Pub
6:00 PM
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****Nov 16 - Part of the Siren Nation Festival 2019****
Gritty roots rock, free, 21+.
Saturday
16
House Concert
7:30 PM
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Concert 7:30 pm, potluck: 6:30 pm, Portland-based classical piano trio including Andrew Bonner (piano), Alistair Leon Kok (violin), and Rebecca Reese (cello), voluntary donation $20, or as you can. Please RSVP for directions & to reserve as space is limited. Info: Abbie Weisenbloom at abbiew(at)froggie.com or 503-233-4945.
Saturday
16
First Congregational Church, Gatton Hall
7:30 PM
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DANCE (1st & 3rd) — 8-11 pm (beginners‘ lesson 7:30 pm). First Congregational Church, Gatton Hall, 4515 SW West Hills Rd., Corvallis (unless otherwise noted), $7-10 sliding scale; minus $1 for walker/bike rider/student. Contact Jennifer Carlin at 541-231-0008. Info: https://corvallisfolklore.org

Oct 5: music by The Nettles, caller Laurel Thomas
Oct 19: ****see Special Contra on Thu Oct 17****
Nov 2: music by Treehouse, caller Shel Stowell
Nov 16: music by Joyride, caller Deb Comly (OSU Women‘s Building, 160 SW 26th St., Corvallis)
****Special Contra****
Nov 25: music by Faux Paws, caller George Marshall
Dec 7: music by Uncle Farmer, caller Susan Petrick
Dec 21: music by Bandwidth, caller Isaac Banner
Jan 4: music by The Alchemists, caller Erik Weberg
Saturday
16
Artichoke Music
8:00 PM
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Touring nationally for 36 years playing original Psychedelic-Folk-Revival music, Joanne Rand has just released her 17th indie CD of original songs.

Reggie Garrett performs mostly original songs mixed with pop covers and more traditional style folk ballads. He is the purveyor of a unique urban strain of acoustic folk music incorporating a number of diverse influences, including: latin rhythms, blues, gospel, Celtic and more, $15, advance tickets through www,brownpapertickets.com (plus service fee).
Saturday
16
Muddy Rudder Public House
8:00 PM
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Bob Soper is counted among Portland‘s most astonishingly versatile multi-instrumentalists. A rock and jazz drummer from a young age who also studied classical Indian music at the Ali Akbar College, he went on to learn the Irish fiddle, ultimately becoming one the Northwest‘s most sought-after players. Also an accomplished guitarist, bouzouki player and vocalist, free, 21+.
Saturday
16
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Raw roots band playing the music of Neil Young, with a set of original material to open, $5.
Sunday
17
Laurelthirst Pub
12:00 PM
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Gypsy jazz and vintage swing acoustic stringband, free, all ages.
Sunday
17
Artichoke Music
2:00 PM
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Every Sunday, 2-4 pm, music and songwriting lessons for Armed Forces veterans; guitars are available, drop-in, free. Info: 503-232-8845 or www.artichokemusic.org/calendar
Sunday
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Songbooks provided, no exp necessary. Info: website or Jessica Beer at jessicabeer(at)gmail.com
Sunday
17
Artichoke Music
2:00 PM
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led by Mark Bosnian, a monthly community sing-along gathering, $10. Info: www.artichokemusic.org/calendar
Sunday
17
Catfish Lou's - NOTE NEW ADDRESS:
4:00 PM
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Jazz, soul, funk - from Steve’s Vault at Catfish Lou’s - NOTE NEW ADDRESS: 6540 SW Fallbrook Place, Beaverton (just past the intersection of SW Scholls and Allen Blvd.), $8 cover.

Upcoming event:
Sun Nov 24, Julie and the Boys, 7-10 pm, $8 cover

Sunday
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Old-time blues. Every Sunday. Free.

Sunday
17
Muddy Rudder Public House
6:00 PM
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Irish music, no cover, 21+.
Sunday
17
Laurelthirst Pub
6:00 PM
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David Reisch (bass) and Turtle VanDemarr (guitar) from the Freak Mountain Rambers bring pals for a rowdy, rootsy Sunday afternoon of song, free, all ages.
Sunday
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Tom Harke is kindly lending us his home.
6:30 PM
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New regular Portland Balkan Jam (and maybe, some Romanian and Hungarian music), 2nd and 4th Sundays (starting September 22, 2019).
No commitments. Bring music and/or chords to share. All instruments are welcome. Tell your friends. All suggestions are welcome.
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Blacque Butterfly Experience music is inspirational, motivational and spiritual, socially conscious and thought provoking.
Eric Blood Project‘s music is insightful soul and hiphop, $15, advance tickets through www,brownpapertickets.com (plus service fee).
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Laurelthirst Pub
9:00 PM
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Super supportive showcase for everyone, signup at 8 pm, music at 9 pm, hosted by Taylor Kingman, free.
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