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Thursday
29
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:
1st Thursday, Kurt Liebezeit
2nd Thurs, Gordy Euler
3rd Thurs: Kurt Liebezeit
4th Thurs: Jonathan Lay

Previous shows available on the KBOO program page at https://kboo.fm/program/rise-when-rooster-crows
Thursday
29
The Green House 73rd/Mill
11:00 AM
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Artichoke Community Music class led by Anne Weiss, $140 for seven classes, $25 drop-in. You know the basics and feel ready for a little bit of a challenge. We’ll go over piedmont, Chicago and delta blues styles and licks and tricks and new material to help you move up a step!
Thursday
29
via Zoom
12:00 PM
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Sessions are led by Marina Dodgson (fiddle) and Maurice Condie (guitar). These are open access sessions, so there’s no need to book in advance, you’re welcome to just turn up and join in!

We believe great things happen when we play tunes together! People connect with each other and make friends, and we keep our music traditions alive by sharing tunes and passing them on. What’s more, playing tunes can make you feel happy, and if you do it often enough, you’ll notice that you are getting better at playing your instrument too!

It turns out that you don’t even have to be in the same place…great things still happen when we play music together, online from the comfort of your own home.

Phoenix Folk Ltd exists to promote participation and performance in folk and acoustic music, song and dance across the North East of England. We aim to be a friendly face of folk music, to help keep alive the great traditions of folk music and to encourage talent and personal musical development.
Thursday
29
Corkscrew Wine Bar
6:00 PM
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LIVE MUSIC SCHEDULE
Sun/Mon 7:00 - 9:00pm, Wed/Thu/Sat 8:00 - 10:00pm

Two holiday shows on Dec 17 (Sun): Laura Cunard 4-6 pm and Courtney Freed 7-9 pm

No cover charge, tips for musicians welcome!

Feb 1 (Thu): Catarina New - jaxx, Brazilian
Feb 4 (Sun): Annette Lowman and Ben Graves - jazzvoice and guitar
Feb 5 (Mon): Voxanova - Latin groove
Feb 7 (Wed): Mike Winkle and Craig Snazelle - bass and face
Feb 8 (Thu): Adlai Alexander with Dan Balmer - jazz guitar
Feb 11 (Sun): Yankel Falk‘s Carpathian-Pacific Express - klezmer, etc.
Feb 12 (Mon): Cowboy Jazz - jazz with triads
Feb 14 (Wed): Kiki Chablis‘s Valentine Lounge - songs of love and heartbreak
Feb 15 (Thu): Pete Petersen - classic jazz sax trio
Feb 18 (Sun): Porchello - eclectic cellos
Feb 19 (Mon): Jet Black Pearl - accordion, voice, beatbox
Feb 21 (Wed): Gordon Lee Trio - piano jazz
Feb 22 (Thu): Jazz Moms with Kerry Politzer and Courtney Freed
Feb 24 (Sat): Adlai Alexander with Dan Faehnle (Pink Martini)
Feb 25 (Sun): Chamberlain/Gonzalez - harmony and guitars
Feb 26 (Mon): Eddie Parente and John Stowell - jazz violin and guitar
Feb 28 (Wed): Smut City Jellyroll Society - 20s/30s blues, jazz
Feb 29 (Thu): Adlai Alexander with Eddie Parente, Patrick Harry
Thursday
29
Artichoke Community Music
7:00 PM
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Thursday Night Coffeehouse is a celebration of up to four local and touring artists coming together in an intimate, coffeehouse setting, at the venerable Artichoke Community Music - it is a wonderful opportunity to hear artists of all levels in a listening room setting. Beer, wine, soft drinks, and light snacks are available for purchase at the bar, $10.

Feb 29 (Thu):
Alexa Wiley
Alexa loves metaphor and has purposefully searched out that which is unpredictable and wild about herself.

Megan Cronin Tucker
Portland based multi-instrumentalist Megan Cronin Tucker plays music at its most vulnerable, showing the tender underbelly of the human experience.

Ernie Tong
His music is a unique blend of folk and jazz, resulting in a sound that is truly all his own.

Don Wheatley
Don has been playing music, mostly folk & blues, original & covers. He can’t read a lick of music, plays entirely by ear, and most of the time he could not tell you what note, chord or in which key he’s playing. But it seems to work for him most of the time.

Mar 9 (Thu):
Larry Lotz and Steve Wilson
Larry Lotz is an Americana country-folk style singer and songwriter. He will be joined by Steve Wilson on resonator guitar at this show.

Ron Shaffer
He is an award-winning songwriter.

John Silliman Dodge
His influences range from classical to folk to rock to jazz to pop. As a result, my performances feature a wide range of styles—360 degrees of guitar from Bach to Hendrix to flamenco.

Arlo Leach‘s Jug Band Ensemble
Arlo‘s Jug Band Ensemble class meets on Thursday nights to learn traditional jug band instrumentation and repertoire. Their set will highlight some songs they learned during the most recent six-week session.
Thursday
29
Winona Grange #271
7:00 PM
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Just $10/week for the Winds of Donegal classes. Every Thursday we teach you the basics of the three‘s, seven‘s and jig steps so that you can enjoy the live music ceilis around Portland and Ireland. Classes are geared toward 13 and older. Bring a water bottle and wear comfortable shoes not heels.
Thursday
29
Artichoke Community Music School
7:30 PM
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Artichoke Community Music class led by Arlo Leach, $120 for six weeks.

Everybody loves seeing a jug band, but there’s often more to this fun music than meets the eye. In this class we’ll dig into original jug band recordings from the 1920s-30s, learn about the artists who created them and practice building arrangements that reflect their unique style.

Players of all skill levels will have a role in our arrangements. If you already play a standard instrument like guitar, mandolin or harmonica, or a homemade instrument like jug, washboard or washtub bass, please bring it. You’ll also have the opportunity to learn a homemade instrument if you like. Depending on how the class goes, we might conclude with a performance of some kind.

PLEASE NOTE: We will skip Thanksgiving (November 23rd) and extend the class to December 14th.
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