Words by Jeff Beam / Photos by Andrew Foster
Lady Lamb @ Port City Music Hall – 3.13.15 – photo by Andrew Foster
On Friday the 13th, Port City Music Hall hosted Portland ex-pat Lady Lamb (RIP “the Beekeeper”) for her highly-anticipated record release show (we went record shopping with her the night before . . . → Read More: Recap: Lady Lamb / Cuddle Magic / Henry Jamison @ PCMH [3.13.2015]
Welcome to HillyTown Goes Record Shopping — our regular feature where one of our staff members visits one of the many record shops around the city of Portland with musicians to find out just where their eclectic and personal tastes come from. This week we visited the Portland Bull Moose location with the one and only Aly Spaltro aka Lady Lamb — who will be playing a welcome home show at Port City Music Hall tonight starting at 8 p.m. . . . → Read More: HillyTown Goes Record Shopping with Lady Lamb
Yes — the past few weeks have been filled with an onslaught of announcements of national acts coming to Portland (thanks to Lauren at the State Theatre and other bookers). Here are a few national acts coming to our city this spring and summer that we think you should checkout — unless it’s a sold-out show (looking at you, Neutral Milk Hotel). . . . → Read More: The HillyTown Portland National Preview
It’s ticket giveaway time!
This Thursday, Canadian band Stars headlines a show at Port City Music Hall, with opening sets from Diamond Rings and California Wives. Check out California Wives’ video for the song “Purple” below then find out how to enter to win two tickets to the show!
. . . → Read More: Contest: See California Wives open for Stars at Port City!
This is the first of a three-part series of posts covering the Nateva Music & Camping Festival in Oxford, Maine July 2-4.
Read on for a full photo gallery (I mean it, there are tons of photos after the jump…) featuring moe., Ghostland Observatory, Felice Brothers, Jakob Dylan, and many more artists from the first . . . → Read More: Nateva Wrapup Part 1: Friday, July 2 In Photos
Following the massive success of their winter local music series, TWO, Port City Music Hall is at it again with another slew of $2 shows on Tuesday nights (mostly), which kicked off last night with what looked to be a packed house (I only saw in passing, on my way to what turned out to . . . → Read More: TWO V2.2 Started
Two shows that are a bit of a change of pace were announced for Port City Music Hall today: Against Me! (pictured above in Brooklyn) on 4/28 and Isis (with Cave In) on 6/22! This is probably just the beginning, as we get closer to summer and more national acts confirm tours that bring . . . → Read More: Looks Like Touring Season
Who Against Me! / Dead To Me / Moneybrother When Wednesday, April 28, 2010 7:00pm – $12 advance / $15 at the door / $20 VIP – 21+ Where Port City Music Hall (map) Portland, ME, USA 04101 Other InfoAGAINST ME! + Dead to Me + Moneybrother Tickets go on-sale Monday, March 15 at 10am and will be available at Bull Moose Music Stores and online at www.portcitymusichall.com
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Who Rebel Roots 3: Rockabilly Festival, Burlesque Revue and Retro Bazaar When Saturday, April 3, 2010 6:30pm – $10 adv / $13 dos – 21+ Where Port City Music Hall (map) Portland, ME, USA 04101 Other InfoPBR Tallboys will be FIFTY CENTS (while it lasts!!) THE OUTSIDERS (ME) + THE MURDER WEAPON (ME) + THE SOUL REAPINâ€™ 3 (CT)
WICKED WHISKEY (MA)
THE GAMMA RAYS (RI)
DIRTY DISHES BURLESQUE REVUE (ME)
Vendors and beers on tap downstairs!
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Kino Proby‘s annual Portland concert happened at Port City Music Hall on Friday, January 8, 2010. Photos by Bryan Bruchman. Review at The Phoenix.
Due to some apparent miscommunication, it turned out that Annuals weren’t actually scheduled to open for Company Of Thieves at Port City Music Hall on Monday, December 14th. Any disappointment was quickly washed away by the headliner’s energetic performance, as they might as well have been performing to a crowd of thousands, despite a . . . → Read More: Company Of Thieves Photos
Neko Case played a great set to an enthusiastic (and very, very warm) sold out crowd last night at Port City Music Hall. Opener Lucy Wainwright Roche – joined by Neko collaborator Kelly Hogan for part of the set – got the crowd warmed up with amusing banter between songs (for the record, I . . . → Read More: Neko Case Photos