Oregon Music Hall of Fame’s 2018 College Scholarship Recipients: Augusta Grassl, Harp, Renaissance public Academy, Canby, OR Vincent DePinto, Bassoon/Tenor Sax, Central Catholic HS, Portland, OR Cameron Roche, Trumpet, West Salem HS, Salem, OR John Fawcett, Violin, Redmond Proficiency Academy, Redmond, OR
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The thirty-ninth annual Blues Music Awards honoring blues musicians and recordings in 26 categories were held in Memphis, TN, last month. Portland’s own Curtis Salgado was once again awarded the BMA for Soul Vocalist, his ninth BMA award and seventeenth nomination overall. Other local musicians nominated this year were Karen Lovely, Jimi Bott, and The […]
Oregon Backstage: An evening of mingling and music benefiting the Oregon Music Hall of Fame Saturday, May 12 – 7pm (6:30pm Doors) //The Secret Society — 116 NE Russell St, Portland, OR 97212 http://bit.ly/OregonBackstageBlindPilot Portland, OR –The Oregon Music Hall of Fame presents its 2nd annual fundraising concert and auction event – Oregon Backstage – an […]
A Celebration of John Fahey and American-Primitive Guitar By Amanda Petrusich April 12, 2018 In the fifties and sixties, the guitarist John Fahey pioneered an idiosyncratic style of fingerpicking called American primitive. Photograph by GAB Archive / Redferns / Getty This weekend, the city of Takoma Park, Maryland, will host the Thousand Incarnations of the Rose, the […]
Bluesman Norman Sylvester performing at the Nehalem Bay Winery, March 2018. (Courtesy of Norman Sylvester) Taken from: The Skanner News – The Skanner News Staff // Published: 05 April 2018 In its seventh year, the annual “Inner City Blues Festival: Healing the Health Care Blues” kicks off at the North Portland Eagles Lodge on April 21. […]
OMHOF fundraises and collaborates with the classical/crossover, world-renown violinist Aaron Meyer for 15-20 annual, 45 minute aseemblies for K-8 students in Oregon schools each spring. Won’t you help support us? We reach, on average, 7,500 students per year. If you need more information, please email Janeen Rundle at Janeen@omhof.org. Thank you for your support.
AMINÉ RELEASES NEW SONG & VISUAL “CAMPFIRE,” FEATURING INJURY RESERVE TODAY; PERFORMING AT COACHELLA 2018 NEW YORK, NY (April 6, 2018) — Multiplatinum-certified Portland, OR rapper Aminé shares a brand new song entitled “Campfire” [feat. Injury Reserve] today. Get it HERE via Republic Records. Over sparse throwback, turn-of-the-century-style production, the MC once again drops clever and catchy bars as Injury Reserve provides an appropriately fiery cameo. Additionally, Aminé also uncovered […]
The students putting together Portland’s March For Our Lives, a gun safety protest organized in the wake of the Parkland, Florida, high school shooting, have booked Portugal. The Man to play at Pioneer Courthouse Square on March 24. The announcement came through the event’s Facebook page via Sue Castner, one of the adult organizers who describes […]
Thank you all that submitted your applications by the March 1st deadline for OMHOF’s 2018 music scholarships. We will be announcing the winners of these applications soon. Keep posted here for more information.