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Reva DeVito, Hustle and Drone, Holler and Oats, Montel Spinoza

AP KRYZA
8 pm., Tuesday December 31 | $15.
Dig a Pony
736 SE Grand Ave.
 
[LOST SOUL] Last year, after scoring a spot on WW’s Best New Band list and injecting the local neo-soul scene with some much-needed slinky siren songs, songstress Reva DeVito left us for L.A.—probably due to that whole soul-is-underserved-and-overlooked thing here. That robbed us of weekly ops to take in her future-sexy blend of hip-hop and R&B. But now, following some studio work in San Francisco, one of PDX’s most invigorating live acts returns with new material in hand. If things go as they should in the City of Angels, we should all really take advantage of these appearances—we won’t have many opportunities to get this close to her. 

Where: Dig a Pony
Address: 736 SE Grand Ave.

 
 

Dig a Pony

736 SE Grand Ave.
Portland,
97214
 
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