We can't wait to share this new venue with the Fork Nation! Secret Society here we come!
Join us in celebrating The 30th anniversary birthday party with a cruise on the Columbia Gorge Sternwheeler! Boarding time from 1:30 and the cruise is from 2-4.
Greetings from Keep Your Fork, There’s Pie, We, the Portland Charm-core Folk Forkers, are pleased to invite the Fork Nation to celebrate the release of our third album, We Want You To Know, on May 24th, from 8-1, at Velocult (1969 NE 42nd Ave). We are so fortunate to have recorded this album at Klickitat Band Camp studios, utilizing the classic sounds captured by 2” analog tape, through equipment that would make any historical collector envious, and by tapping into the genius of owner/producer Shay Scott. This is the second KYFTP album recorded at KBC Records, and we can’t wait to get our beautifully produced vinyl album, and digital downloads to the growing pie forking community. Continuing in the driving, homegrown philosophy that through coming together, we know the best is yet to come, this new album stays true to KYFTP’s collaborative process and unique diversity of sound and arrangement. Enjoy the smooth ride and variety that makes We Want You To Know that hot slice of goodness perfect for delivering the special vibe you are looking for. We look forward to celebrating this long awaited album. We’ll see you Friday night, May 24th, and remember to bring your Fork...because there will be pie. Stay forky. Piece, KYFThere's Pie
Keep Your Fork, There's Pie filling your night crust with goodness. 9:30-12:00 with a break for pie in the middle
Manager: Gage Reeves
Bio: Keep Your Fork, There's Pie is a band, but it is foremost a group of people who come together for support, love, and laughter. Three native Kansans, AmoJo McCarville, Denell Fahy Graham, and Nathan Earle, joined together with Tobias Lawrence, Gage Reeves, and James Klatt in order to express pers...See Full Bio
“It's pretty tough to dislike a band that cheerfully calls itself Keep Your Fork, There's Pie, and it's even tougher once you hear the Portland sextet's new album, the guileless, uplifting We Want You to Know. Marrying soul-pop and junk-folk sounds, the record sounds homespun in all the best ways—kind of like an impromptu backyard barbecue sing-along before your friends get too sloppy. (For good measure, there's a tune called "Monopolowa," showing that the Forkers have good taste in affordable vodka, as well.) The title track has a solid backbeat and a fuzz-guitar lead to accompany the band's ubiquitous banjo strum, offering the kind of harmony-laden pop confection that will appeal to fans of AgesandAges. Tonight's record release show at bar/bike shop Velo Cult will prove that We Want You to Know isn't simply as good as an extra slice of pie—it's better.”