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Jay Horton and Sarah Dylan at the 2010 PMAs, Part 2


The Pammys, part deux. This time with more Daniel Baldwin, less booze than expected, and the revelation that the "fat Baldwin" lives in Lake Oswego and knows nothing about the Portland music scene. But, really, is that a shock? So far it seems like he's enjoying Portland mostly for the Blazer gam...   More
 
Wednesday, February 3, 2010 by JAY HORTON

Jay Horton and Sarah Dylan at the 2010 PMAs


Here's what we know about the Portland Music Awards: it's run by a shady dude (the shady Craig Marquardo), it's getting bigger every year, and someone convinced Daniel Baldwin to host the 2010 edition. The only other question that really matters: Who are you wearing? Back for the third year in a ...   More
 
Monday, February 1, 2010 by JAY HORTON

Gossip Saturday, Oct. 24


Brace Paine talks U.K. media attention and life amid the eternal tour.

Through all of the changes Gossip has undergone in the long journey from Arkansas garages to clubs the world over, it’s never been overburdened by recorded material. “Four LPs in 10 years,” guitarist Brace Paine admits. “Yeah, we’re not exactly the Fall.” The trio’s new a...   More
 
Wednesday, October 21, 2009 by JAY HORTON

Gossip Saturday, Oct. 24

Brace Paine talks U.K. media attention and life amid the eternal tour.


Music Stories
Through all of the changes Gossip has undergone in the long journey from Arkansas garages to clubs the world over, it’s never been overburdened by recorded material. “Four LPs in 10 years, ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 21, 2009 JAY HORTON

Mic Check: The Pogues


See the full interview here.

The Pogues never should've existed. Not in 1982, not forcing tin whistle and accordion on the pogo-ing faithful. And it seems faintly miraculous the famed Celtic punk outfit's core members stayed together for nine years and five albums. Late-to-the-party devot...   More
 
Wednesday, October 7, 2009 by JAY HORTON

Mic Check: The Pogues


Music Stories
The Pogues never should’ve existed. Not in 1982, not forcing tin whistle and accordion on the pogo-ing faithful. And it seems faintly miraculous the famed Celtic punk outfit’s core members ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 7, 2009 JAY HORTON

Fernando Friday, Feb. 13


A Portland rock icon finds his voice and drops his label.

[AMERICANA TROUBADOUR] Friday's show isn't, actually, a CD-release party for Fernando Viciconte's seventh album, True Instigator. In fact, there is no CD, unless the Americana icon's fanbase burned a disc. Instead, Viciconte will offer the self-released album as a free download from his website for the next three months.
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Wednesday, February 11, 2009 by JAY HORTON

Fernando Friday, Feb. 13

A Portland rock icon finds his voice and drops his label.


Music Stories
[AMERICANA TROUBADOUR] Friday’s show isn’t, actually, a CD-release party for Fernando Viciconte’s seventh album, True Instigator. In fact, there is no CD, unless the Americana icon&r ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 11, 2009 JAY HORTON

Family Gun Saturday, Jan. 17


Already something of a supergroup, the former Champagne Cowboys boasted Weaklings vet Casey Maxwell, Northwest punk warhorse Brian Zipper, Karaoke From Hell mainstay Kirk DeLong and Natron (the Natrons). And that was well before legendary frontman Michael Maker left Spokane's the Makers to lend his inimitable presence to the rechristened Family Gun. With their first single soon to be released, the...   More
 
Wednesday, January 14, 2009 by JAY HORTON

Family Gun Saturday, Jan. 17


Music Stories
Already something of a supergroup, the former Champagne Cowboys boasted Weaklings vet Casey Maxwell, Northwest punk warhorse Brian Zipper, Karaoke From Hell mainstay Kirk DeLong and Natron (the Natron ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 14, 2009 JAY HORTON
 

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