Friday, November 6, 2009

free, live music bonanza : nov 9-15 : ian mouser, wayward vessel, the glib, dixon bendejo trash, poncho luxurio

Ian Mouser rocks TeaZone on Thursday.

Issue No. 10 : November 9 – 15, 2009

Stay indoors. Listen to warming noise.

09 Monday
Jazz with Randy Porter at Jimmy Mak's, 8:30 PM. 21 and over.

Electro-ambiance at Ash Street Saloon with Mortal Engines, Gemini Mars, and Sad Music For Happy Humans, 9 PM. 21 and over.

On PBR Industry Night, The Glib rocks at Berbati's Pan, 10 PM. 21 and over.

10 Tuesday
Dixon Bendejo Trash and The Weak Knees jam indie folk at Ash Street Saloon, 9:15 PM. 21 and over.

Open Bluegrass Jam at McMenamins Rock Creek Tavern at 7 PM. All ages.

11 Wednesday
Low-fi, electro-experimentation with Mattress and freaky experimental from Don Hellions at Berbati's Pan, 10:00 PM. 21 and over.

Poppy rock with Matt Hires at Music Millennium, 6 PM. All ages.

12 Thursday
Poncho Luxurio funk up R&B at McMenamins White Eagle Saloon, 8:30 PM. 21 and over. With blues, americana before from Redwood Son at 5:30 PM. All ages.

Ian Mouser plays indie tunes at Camellia Lounge @ TeaZone, 9 PM. All ages.

13 Friday
Blues with Steve Cheseborough at Camellia Lounge @ TeaZone, 9 PM. All ages.

Lulling acoustic with Kathryn Claire at McMenamins Edgefield, 7 PM. 21 and over.

14 Saturday
Wayward Vessel plays the violin, harmonicas and guitars at McMenamins White Eagle Saloon, 4:30 PM. All ages.

Rock, blues, experimental at Berbati's with The Martyrs, Tango Alpha Tango, and Symmetry/Symmetry, 9 PM. 21 and over.

15 Sunday
Freak Mountain Ramblers jam at the LaurelThirst Public House at 6 PM. Followed by folk from Billy Kennedy with Tim Acott at 9:30 PM. 21 and over.

Acoustic, pop-folk with Elke Robitaille in the lounge at the Hawthorne Theatre, 9 PM. 21 and over.

It is my mission to provide a comprehensive listing of free, local performances in Portland. Please help this compilation grow by contributing your favorite free shows and by spreading this list around.

For more free shows check out the Portland Concert Co-Op.

Smash it good.

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