The good, the bad and the weird of 2017, in 19 lists.
The Jack London Revue feels like the sort of place where jazz was meant to be seen.
Now with a record label, a podcast and a mentorship program under its umbrella, the PJCE has become perhaps the most vital outlet in the city for pushing jazz forward.
Whatever you’re hardcore fan or just really loved “La La Land,” the Portland Jazz Festival has something for you.
Niche genre consistency is often the name of the game in music radio, but KMHD’s free-associative flow from one jazz idea to any number of off-jazz ideas has literally doubled its audience.
A tour of the forgotten institutions that once made Portland a jazz mecca.
A mixture of classic big-band swing, bossa nova and emotive, odd-meter Rhodes music, the record varies immensely from song to song.