Experimental, singer, songwriter.
This rock band is from Mexico, They play acostic and electric folk rock with percussion and sing in Spanish.
Ampersan integrates sounds of different ages, nationalities and poetries. Since their inception in 2007, Ampersan has been rooted in the traditional, acoustic-based music of Mexico while expanding their reach through forays into contemporary classical music and sound experimentation. Mixing prehispanic instruments such as clay ocarinas, colonial instruments like jaranas and violins, and African instruments such as the darbuka with the distortion of an electric guitar and synthesizers, Ampersan gathers together the feelings of peasant songs, Son, psychedelic rock and electronica.
Every Tuesday night we have karaoke from 9pm – 1am!
Visit Baby Ketten Karaoke’s website for more!
Irish and Celtic group
All female band plays folk,bluegrass,country sweet strings,harmonies and a bit of rhythm.
Closed all day
Alt Country Music. Family-Friendly
Blues and folk, gypsy jazz, acoustic music.
Down Home Music is a group that plays all genres acoustic. Similiar to what you would hear on a front porch, DHM captures an organic sound that is full of energy and passion. DHM has been catching people’s ears wherever they go.
Girls in the Nose (GITN) is a punk-tinged rock band of six uncompromising women founded by Kay Turner and Gretchen Phillips in Austin, TX (active 1985-1996) to create activist lesbian, sex- positive music and performance with songs such as ”Bite Me,” ”Breast Exam,” ”Come and Die,” and ” More Madonna, Less Jesus.” After some very successful reunion shows in Austin, the Noses are touring our 30th Anniversary Gay Pride show ”Songs from the Middle Ages.” We still bring the crazy, rude shows that brought many a house down from NYC to Seattle, San Francisco to Chicago and Portland, Michfest to Rhythmfest to SXSW.
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!
Visit us online: http://www.jennysizzler.com
Local Artists will perform songs by Joni Mitchell: Rebecca Sanborn & Ji Tanzer, Darka Dusty, Renee Muzquiz, Willo Sertain & Lucas Warford, Kathryn Claire, Karyn Ann, and more to be announced.
Two local Balkan music bands:
An amazing live band has a large list of songs you can choose from – the band plays them and you sing them.
Two Show – 7:30 and 9:30. Tickets online at https://lezstandup.yapsody.com/
“Life During Wartime has been hitting the stages of local clubs since last August and has already generated significant buzz, not only for their exuberant interpretations of legendary Talking Heads hits like Burning Down the House, Once in a Lifetime, and Psycho Killer, but also for their attention to the complete Talking Heads experience – the signature licks and sounds, costumes, and stage props.”
We have kid’s music all day during the Mississippi Street Fair:
Noon-1: Lorna Miller
1:30-2:30 Tallulah’s Daddy
3:00-4:00: Mo Phillips
4:30-5:30pm The Alphabeticians
Children’s music, ages 6 and under
For more visit: www.mrbenmusic.com
Nikki n’ The Pathos: https://www.facebook.com/nikkiandthepathos
World Soul music
Don’t miss this great show by the band Promise the Moon, lead by Maggie Gibson.
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.
Songs & Puppets! Red Yarn (Andy Ferguson) is one of Portland’s favorite performers. He gets the kids participating in his shows and his songs draw from the great American songbook of folk music. Adults enjoy him as much as the kids! Join us each week for dinner and a show with Red Yarn! His shows are 5 pm to 6pm every Thursday.
EARLY SHOW – ALL AGES
Adults $5 suggested donation, no one turned away!
Ritim Egzotik brings the fascinating melodies and exciting rhythms of epic mid east music of the 20th century, using traditional and modern instruments.
The songs of Sam Jimenez are reflective of a 100 year musical history of train hopping, barrel housing, field working, whiskey drinking, honky tonkin, cattle driving, hard rocking, bar fighting, pot smoking, truck driving, woman chasing, time serving, sweat pouring, blood selling, street busking, trail blazing, gear hawking, folk singing, acid tripping, beer chugging, dice rolling, law dodging, foot stomping, hell raising, hitchhiking songwriters who sacrificed everything to write great songs instead of hit songs. It’s the result of those who traveled by foot, train, and in crappy little vans (if they were lucky) to share those songs with the world in spite of being scoffed at by the mainstream music industry. It’s a tribute to all the bluesmen, cowboys, rockers, and folk singers – black, white, or otherwise – who colored outside of the lines. This isn’t big machine music, built by committee and focus group. This is real sweat. Real blood. Real tears. Real life. This is Outlaw Americana!
Singer, songwriter, he has played with his duo Sloe Loris a number of times at the Pub.
Ole time ragtime, blues
Matt Lynch is Talluluah’s Daddy and he’s a great performer and musician. Join the fun!
Come on down for this dance party with DJ’s spinning music you will love to dance to. Free admission!
Rock and soul
The Baron Ward is comprised of a seemingly wallflower singer, Dors Ward, and the well-travelled bardic Chris Baron. This under-marketed funky acoustic duo has been delivering the Goods on and off since 2008. They are approachable and exuberant in their performance. They are two voices, and one guitar. They believe in love. Loyalty. And stalwart hedonism. They are The Baron Ward. Search them on YouTube, and someday, as a .com
Local Singer, songwriter plays a monthly show including spoken word and humor.
Proclaiming their music Jangle Folk Rock in alternating war cries and whispers, this Portland band is nothing if not captivating. For instance, don’t expect that you’ll be able to tune out the lyrics to have a conversation. Don’t expect to get the melodies out of your head. And certainly don’t expect to leave the room, because just when you think you’ve pinned them down as a shredding rock band they will whip out the harmonica.
This trio of banjo bass, accordion and violin is hard to categorize; their original music is influenced by 20′s and 30′s jazz, classical, eastern european gypsy music, blues, folk and much more.
Hip Hop, Jazz, Funk, Rock.
Two Planets is a live jazz band with a rapper.
This band draws form 60′s and 70′s classic rock.
Z’bumba plays forró, which features a potent mixture of Afro-Brazilian rhythm and bittersweet melody, driven by healthy doses of percussion and accordion. Forró is often likened to Zydeco or Cumbia.For more visit: www.myspace.com/zbumba