Music Blog: “Live review”, page 1
Undaunted by a cool and showery evening, The National played a memorable set at Edgefield Saturday night. Arya Imig has photos and a review.
Iconic new wave frontman and avant-garde upstart appear at Eugene's Cuthbert Amphitheater, playing songs from last year's Love This Giant and more.
Decemberists/Black Prairie percussionist John Moen traded in his drum sticks for a guitar and microphone as his Perhapst played a release show at the White Eagle Friday night to promote the release of the new album Revise Your Maps.
The folk artist bought his latest album, Mala, to Portland Thursday night. Check out the review and some photos here.
Not many bands get the opportunity to have the Dalai Lama serve as their opening act, but the Red Hot Chili Peppers received that honor on Saturday when they rocked the Memorial Coliseum, following His Holiness' appearance in Portland for the Environmental Summit.
The famed guitarist and common denominator between The Smiths, Modest Mouse, and Talking Heads, among others, played Portland Tuesday night to celebrate his first official solo record, The Messenger.
Neutral Milk Hotel's enigmatic former frontman played Eugene's McDonald Theatre to a packed house of devotees.
Ruban Nielson's band played a hometown show to a full house on Friday night. Fellow Portlanders Wampire opened the show and the large crowd proved that UMO is anything but unknown.
Lord Huron made a stop at Doug Fir Lounge on Tuesday night as the venue welcomed back the L.A.-based band with open arms for the fifth time, accompanied by opening act PAPA.
The neo-soul singer gave a powerful performance in Portland Monday night, playing from last year's Is Your Love Big Enough? and more.
Playing for a bouncing audience on the venue's famous floating floor, Ritter put on a two hour show containing many tracks from his new album, as well as a few old favorites from the vault.