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50% of sales go to the charity Oxfam America.
Sounds Like: Holiday Flyer, Love In Vain, Estranged (band), DJ Prince, Psicodrama
Label: Egregious Records
Manager: Rick Reed
Bio: Matt Love is one of the greatest rock and rollers of all time, a platinum selling, Grammy award winning singer songwriter, well versed in the stylistic tropes of both rock and roll music. When Love dances, it looks like a hippo struggling to get out of an overturned rail car. When Love sing, that... See Full BioMore Info
Matt Love Friday, May 25th @ 7:30PM Powell's City of Books on Burnside1005 W Burnside (800) 878-7323 Sometimes a Great Movie: Paul Newman, Ken Kesey and the Filming of the Great Oregon Novel by Matt Love New - Trade Paper$30.00Matt Love In June 1970, the biggest movie star in the world traveled to the Oregon Coast to film an epic novel about a defiant family of loggers written by a home-grown counterculture hero. The star was Paul Newman. The author was Ken Kesey. The story was Sometimes a Great Notion. In Sometimes a Great Movie: Paul Newman, Ken Kesey and the Filming of the Great Oregon Novel (Nestucca Spit Press), Matt Love documents the legend of that magical summer.
Matt Love & Kim Cooper Findling Monday, August 22nd @ 7:30PM Powell's Books on Hawthorne3723 SE Hawthorne Blvd. (800) 878-7323 Love and the Green Lady: Meditations on the Yaquina Bay Bridge: Oregon's Crown Jewel of Socialism by Matt Love Sale - Trade Paper$14.00Matt Love & Kim Cooper Findling Oregon opened the Yaquina Bay Bridge in Newport on Labor Day 1936. For 75 years, the bridge has stood as a monument to excellence in architecture and proof that a partnership between state and federal government can produce something practical, beautiful, and lasting. Blending a variety of genres including memoir, essay, autobiography, and commentary, Matt Love's Love and the Green Lady (Nestucca Spit Press) is an ode to an Oregon architectural landmark. In 23 essays set over 20 years, Kim Cooper Findling's Chance of Sun: An Oregon Memoir tells the story of an Oregon girl coming of age in the '70s and '80s, navigating her way through pick-up trucks, dive bars, higher education, and backwoods trails before finding a place she belonged.
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