Prolific writer Willy Vlautin has a new muse. She has allowed him to write songs of love, passion, despair and darkness, at once bitter and filled with wisdom. Willy would never voice these songs himself. But Amy Boone has allowed him to channel the lyrics through her old-soul and world weary voice.
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The 9th Annual Oregon Music Hall of Fame (OMHOF) Induction Ceremony and Concert with be held again this year at the Aladdin Theater on Saturday, October 10th at 7pm. The event will honor 9 Oregonians who significantly influenced the world of music from here in Oregon. It is also a benefit for music education in the […]
ARTISTS HEATMISER: Heatmiser began in Portland in 1992 at a time when the Northwest was a hotbed for alternative rock. The band consisted of Elliott Smith, Neil Gust, Tony Lash and Sam Coomes. Over their short 4 years of existence, they recorded 3 albums, “Dead Air”, “Cop and Speeder” and “Mic City Sons”, all […]
The Oregon Music Hall of Fame is proud to have the following sponsors for the 9th Annual Oregon Music Hall of Fame Induction.
Here is unique opportunity to support the work we do here to support music education and aspiring young musicians. Carr Subaru is donating a percentage of all sales to OMOF during their Love Promise Event.
Join us Tuesday, July 14th at 5:30 PM at Tony Starlights. 1125 SE Madison, Portland. The Oregon Music Hall of Fame (OMHOF) will hold a press conference Tuesday, July 14th, 5:30 pm at Tony Starlight’s to announce the 2015 Inductees.
This year’s Concert for Kids features Cage the Elephant on December 8th, and no surprise, the concert sold within a couple of hours! Thank you!
The 11th Annual Summer Music Camp with violinist Aaron Meyer and guitarist/producer Tim Ellis was a treat for Portland area budding musicians.
Jim Pepper : Back at you. “You must not forget me when I’m long gone, for I loved you so dearly…”. Save the dates for the 1st annual Jim PepperFest. Expect a lot of amazing music, AND Spirit!
Getting up close to music, how it’s played, how it sounds in action is a gateway to personal discovery for even the youngest student. Get a glimpse of the March Music Education Assembly in action.