We welcome back Professor Gall and his amazing band.
Professor Gall’s Website:
Experimental, singer, songwriter.
Poprock, with hint of blues, & a whole lot of spice!
Amber Sweeney is an accomplished singer/songwriter and transplant from the fast-paced world of Southern California, to the serene and inspiring Battle Ground, Washington. It has been said that Amber’s voice rivals Adele’s. She is also part of a duo known as Everly. Everly has had success with their original songs featured on the CW network’s hit television series, One Tree Hill, as well as another CW show titled Life Unexpected. Everly has released several EP’s, all of which are available on iTunes.
Every Tuesday night we have karaoke from 9pm – 1am!
Visit Baby Ketten Karaoke’s website for more!
Come on down for hilarity and fun as Brian Perez hosts this weekly event. Multiple rounds of Bingo and opportunities to win prizes!
This group plays jazz and funk.
New to Portland singer,songwriter. https://www.facebook.com/Diana
Green Tambourine is an energetic band that recreates the spirit of the 1960s with tight harmonies, groovy outfits, and songs by the Mamas and the Papas, Elvis, The Ronettes, The Beatles, and more!
Showcase of local hip hop performers.
The monthly hip-hop showcase: Hungry Hip-Hop: http://www.facebook.
Visit us online: http://www.jennysizzler.com
Visit us online: http://www.jennysizzler.com
Blues guitarist plays a solo show.
Krebsic Orkester: High Energy Balkan Brass Band Gypsy Music.
Lorna’s Little Kids’ Jamboree is an interactive event for kids, parents, grand-parents, neighbors and friends. The Jamboree is available for venues large or small and is truly a family affair. Simple rhythm instruments, songs, imagination and movement are a part of the music Lorna and her guitar present. The emphasis is on having fun with your kids while playing music together.
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For more visit: http://www.lostcreekmusic.com/
New old songs steeped in history, poetry, & ole-time Americana.
Malachi Graham channels her Portland matriarchy in new old songs powered by family lore and ole-time Americana. With a voice that is equal parts Loretta Lynn and 1920s chanteuse, Malachi sings of lost teeth, sleepwalkers, great poets, and ill-fitting historical undergarments. She’s also a writer, historian, and cartographer who has lived in Portland, Spain, and Maine.
Mo Phillips is a musician based in Portland, OR, who has released a couple of Americana/Neil Young-like albums for grownups (The Boat, 2004; Homemade, 2006), and Train Beard follows his stylistic leanings, except with kid subjects and lyrics this time ’round. Guitars, harmonica, organ, and the occasional bongo provide the majority of the instrumentation on Train Beard, supplemented by Phillips’ down-to-earth vocals.
You may recognize Keener from his weekly gig, Jam with Johnny, at the Portland Children’s Museum. Armed with his acoustic guitar, Keener performs sing-along family favorites to a group of enthusiastic participants. The kids are delightfully uninhibited and Keener skillfully entices them to shout, sing, clap, and even stomp their way through every set.
Join us for a special evening for families and their kids with children’s performer Mr. Ben and his new band. From 5-7pm. $5 a family.
Children’s music, ages 6 and under
For more visit: www.mrbenmusic.com
This group plays songs that range form geeky pursuits to paroday songs, some funny covers and more. Expect to be entertained.
This band gets together once a year to play at community centers.
Great duo who play upbeat acoustic music.
Latin, Tropical Music. https://www.facebook.com/puravidaband
Lead by sax player Gabriel (Pakito) Martinez from Costa Rica, Pura Vida Band includes the best musicians in town: Geovanny Perez; Piano, Milko Escalera Vigil; Vocal/Percusion, Bernardo Gomez; Bass, Ronell Aguilera;Trumpet and Jackson Coffey; Percusion.
Bring your kids down for this family team trivia quiz.
Three excellent singer, songwriters perform a special show tonight.
Renee Muzquiz, https://soundcloud.com/chicaylosgatos,
Karyn Ann: http://www.reverbnation.com/karynpatridge
Darka Dusty: fandalism.com/darkadusty
Middle Eastern Music and dancing
Ritim Egzotik brings the fascinating melodies and exciting rhythms of epic mid east music of the 20th century, using traditional and modern instruments. www.RitimEgzotik.com
Are you a mom who Belly Dances? Does your kid? Does your mother?! We’d love to have you! Contact email@example.com to register by April 1st and get into the drawing for performers.
Robin Jackson, from the group Vagabond Opera, plays original songs with his band.
Three for Silver plays original music
Upbeat High Energy African Marimba Bands. The supadupa marimba bros are a group of dynaimic young men, mostly in high school, who play enthusiastic up-beat music on african-style xylophones, called marimbas. the ensemble is set up like a choir, with bass, baritone, tenor and soprano ranged instruments. the music mostly originates in zimbabwe but the group also has some original tunes composed by their leader, eric miller, but based on original ideas of some of the members, as well as a few covers of popular tunes by artists such as the beatles. the supadupa marimba bros started off at a school in nw portland called the metropolitan learning center (mlc), where miller teaches marimba as an elective. after a couple of years, the boys went off to different schools but the band stayed together. now in their fourth year of performing, the supadupa marimba bros are sounding better than ever, adding traditional zimbabwean vocals and percussion to the mix. “we are a dynamic outfit and we are ready to rock your world.”
Matt Lynch and friends play for the kids.
Klezmer, Gypsy, Balkan, and Hanukkah songs!
The Pale Players features Patti King (Radiation City) and Willo Niatres and Lucas Warford (Three for Silver).
The Pale Players album: https://thepaleplayers.bandcamp.com/
Big World Audio presents a family friendly show.
Six ladies, four saxophones, funky jazzy soaring sounds, tantalizing technique!
Bluegrass old time madness!
Indie Rock bands
Kids of all ages are invited to participate.