The March First Friday is here, and though I’ll probably miss most of the fun due to other obligations, there’s enough good stuff happening in Portland that I just have to share.
For the first time, Eternal Otter Records will be opening their Headquarters at the Building Of Song location (142 High St, Suite 513) . . . → Read More: First Friday! Plus Dilly Dilly + more at Hogfarm Photos!
It was great to see Port City Music Hall filled with so many people for this double bill of local musicians on Tuesday, February 2. Lady Lamb The Beekeeper and Dilly Dilly each played two sets – partially together – as part of the venue’s TWO local music series. Photos by Bryan Bruchman. Read . . . → Read More: Dilly Dilly + Lady Lamb The Beekeeper Photos
I meant to post this a while ago. But today is as good as any time! The show it refers to is next Tuesday! Beware the sort of gross chewing sounds.
Album art by Jason Gorcoff
Dilly Dilly is one of those Portland musicians who you need to know. We featured her recently (for the Tower Of Song Fest) but this week there’s cause for celebration and a reminder: she’s just released a full length album called Of Art And Intention which you can download . . . → Read More: Dilly Dilly’s Of Art And Intention Is Free
Dilly Dilly has been through so many music scenes over the years, from touring the world with Cerberus Shoal (her former bandmate from that group, Chriss Sutherland, is also on this festival) to backing Sage Francis to teaming up with Sontiago (who she shares the 3:40pm slot with at this Saturday’s Tower Of Song Fest), . . . → Read More: Tower Of Song Fest: Dilly Dilly
Yes, really. Review and photos by Dilly Dilly, edited by Nancy Cartonio.
Check out the full photo gallery here.
Picture itâ€¦ United States Of America, 1989. The girls all had poof bangs, stirrup pants and jellies. The guys all had asymmetrical lines shaved into the sides of their heads, hammer pants and hyper-color shirts. . . . → Read More: New Kids On The Block 3/25 Civic Center Show Recap!