The 10th Annual Oregon Music Hall of Fame (OMHOF) Induction Ceremony and Concert with be held again this year at the Aladdin Theater on Saturday, October 8th 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 state of Oregon.
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The 10th Annual Oregon Music Hall of Fame (OMHOF) Induction Ceremony and Concert with be held again this year at the Aladdin Theater on Saturday, October 8th at 7pm. BUY TICKETS
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 state of Oregon.
Not too early to start thinking about YOUR 2017 OMHOF Scholarship. Download the application now.
Neither snow, or snow, or even snow can stop a rock violinist from his appointed rounds! Aaron Meyer set out this morning across the snowy Cascades to his Music Education Program in Central Oregon, in the Redmond School District. Read more »
When Steven Hettum’s bandmates heard about Steven’s worsening health issues, they quickly got to work on creating a final album for release. Tracks they’d collected over the last few years were quickly shaped into an album called Folks Like Us. Yet another parting musical gift. Steve left our planet last night, 2.8.2016. Read more »
On October 4th, 2014, Signe Toly Anderson was inducted into the Oregon Music Hall of Fame Class of 2014. On January 28th, 2016, Signe passed away after longtime health issues and a heart condition had plagued her. Here we give you a lovely video from our-then interview with Signe, and offer a few thoughts and images to reflect on the life and the times of the original female singer in Jefferson Airplane. Read more »
California indie-pop band Saint Motel were in Portland earlier this week to tear it up at Crystal Ballroom, But before they did we had a fun opportunity to sit down with them and ask all our burning questions like “What’s in a name?” Check out our video, and an informative print-interview from earlier this year, as well.
It was the 70’s in Portland and the music scene was dominated by the guys. Until. Punk washed onshore in Portland and everybody was inspired . Including a group of young women who couldn’t be stopped. The power and urgency of the punk movement caught everyone in its wave. Thanks to pioneers like Patti Smith, girls got into the act. In this case as Neo Boys. Read more »
She says the world has spoiled her rotten! Ellen has had the chance to carve her own path. She has tended to her craft because as she suggests, “that’s what you do as an artist”. Her songwriting team is made up of Garry Meziere and her husband John Mullin. There are no signs of letting up for a woman who has been singing since she was a small child and even wanted to sing her school lessons and not recite them! Take a look at this Portland treasure in our video interview and don’t miss the unedited conversation with Ellen and Garry at Classic Pianos, pre-2015 Induction ceremony. Read more »