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Stephanie Schneiderman, Dirty Martini

8 pm., Saturday February 02 | $14.
Jimmy Mak's
221 NW 10th Ave.
 
[MELANCHOLY PIANO BALLADS] Portland’s Stephanie Schneiderman has a lovely, lilting voice that marries surprisingly well with her largely somber and pessimistic tracks. A lot of her songs are piano ballads with a funky flair to them—think Sara Bareilles without a full band. At times, the melodies she uses tend to crib themselves, which is an odd choice, but the songs are beautifully melancholy, nonetheless. A number of her songs bemoan relationships that have gone wrong and left her cold, jaded and perpetually waiting for the other shoe to drop, so it is fitting that this show is her annual “Anti-Valentine’s Day” concert, even if it’s a tad early.  



Where: Jimmy Mak's
Phone: 295-6542
Address: 221 NW 10th Ave.
Website: www.jimmymaks.com

 
 

Jimmy Mak's

221 NW 10th Ave.
Portland, OR
 
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