Because we are a raging music town, the challenges of surviving as musicians and what you have to do to get by and keep the music flowing, was an important piece of the convo. Both Anthony Medici and Cory West offer up some really incisive ideas on how THEY prioritize to get by! Check out our conversation which includes 4 complete songs from LiquidLight.
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The first thing that strikes you about Portland’s is that the name fits. Not that bugs are generally whimsical, but a junebug is, honestly, one of your less threatening insects. It comes with more of a “Hey, watch them go toward the light” vibe than any sort of panic like the type induced by, say, your killer bees.
#pdxmusic #thejunebugs #sharepdx
For the fifth consecutive year, is presenting the irreverent one-Elf show, The Santaland Diaries. Based on the true chronicles of David Sedaris’ experience as “Crumpet the Elf” inside the Santaland Display of Macy’s flagship store in New York City, this cult classic riffs on a few of Sedaris’ exceptionally odd encounters during the height of the holiday crunch.
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The Second City’s A Christmas Carol: Twist Your Dickens, presented by thru December 24, is a hilarious send-up (or knock down) of the traditional Charles Dickens’ holiday classic.
We were lucky enough to spend some quality time with Jamie Moyer (not the former Seattle Mariner) who plays “The Ghost of Christmas Present,” “Ruby Zantini” and six or seven or eight other characters in the show.
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