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Pynnacles, No Tomorrow Boys

JAY HORTON
9 pm., Friday January 04 | Contact venue for ticket information.
Star Theater
13 NW 6th Ave.
 
[PILGRIM’S PROGRESS] It’s the sort of all-star whimsy you might expect concocted around the wee hours of an Oregon Music Hall of Fame party—and, in fact, the group first performed together for a Nuggets-themed charity function—but Sean Croghan (iconic Crackerbash/Jr. High frontman) and the guitarists from surf legends Satan’s Pilgrims have indeed fashioned a psych-garage troupe with other local luminaries for a party band of enviable provenance: dad rock solely in the sense the assembled artists sort of fathered our current musical landscape.



Where: Star Theater
Address: 13 NW 6th Ave.

 
 

Star Theater

13 NW 6th Ave.
Portland, OR
97208
 
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