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San Fermin

GEOFF NUDELMAN
9 pm., Friday October 18 | $10.
Bunk Bar
1028 SE Water Ave.
 
[UNCLASSIFIABLE ORCHESTRAL POP] Old-school compositions and chamber melodies are not something you’d expect to thrive in the mainstream or on an independent label like Downtown Records, but San Fermin has made it work. Although it’s the solo project of Ellis Ludwig-Leone, his touring group is made up of musicians intent on bringing his full orchestral sound to life. It’s thinking-man’s pop: Not quite old, not quite new, but definitely something unique at the intersection of both.


Where: Bunk Bar
Phone: 894-9708
Address: 1028 SE Water Ave.
Website: bunkbar.com

 
 

Bunk Bar

1028 SE Water Ave.
Portland, OR
97214
 
3 pm-2 am nightly.
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