7-9pm/All Ages Anchor & Reel is formed around two singers/multi-instrumentalists, Steve Dearborn and Dan Haley - both moonlighting in the Celtic music realm. Haley is known for his pop and folk sensibilities in acts like Ed & The Boats, Rainworms, Gravel and dozens of other projects. Dearborn also plays with the Americana-pop project Alexa Wiley & the Wilderness. The pair perform jigs, reels and vocal music from the British Isles including sea shanties that invite audience participation. Haley explains: “Sea shanties were the ‘Top Ten’ radio of the good old days – with great hooks (pun intended) and melodies that got folks dancing.”
Anchor & Reel celebrating St. Patrick's Day! 6-9pm Anchor & Reel is formed around two singers/multi-instrumentalists, Steve Dearborn and Dan Haley - both moonlighting in the Celtic music realm. Haley is known for his pop and folk sensibilities in acts like Ed & The Boats, Rainworms, Gravel and dozens of other projects. Dearborn also plays with the Americana-pop project Alexa Wiley & the Wilderness. The pair perform jigs, reels and vocal music from the British Isles including sea shanties that invite audience participation. Haley explains: “Sea shanties were the ‘Top Ten’ radio of the good old days – with great hooks (pun intended) and melodies that got folks dancing.”
CD Release for Alexa Wiley's new album (I sang backup vox on it) so will be joining in for some songs!
Rachael Rice & Dan Haley will play the final Farmers Market for this year from 1 to 3pm.The market opens at 10am and goes to 3pm. May have some special guests on stage as well.
Join us for a star-filled evening featuring a collection of Portland's most talented musicians, who will be singing out in support of labeling genetically engineered foods in Oregon (Yes on 92 measure). Featuring: Courtney Taylor-Taylor and Zia McCabe of The Dandy Warhols www.facebook.com/TheDandyWarhols Chervona Bambino www.facebook.com/ChervonaParty Sam Coomes of Quasi www.facebook.com/pages/Quasi/106238822741316 Lisa Mann www.facebook.com/lisamannmusic Jeremy Wilson of the Dharma Bums www.facebook.com/pages/Dharma-Bums/48320073062 Mike Coykendall www.facebook.com/pages/Mike-Coykendall-Official/420334851330815 Dave Dahl, founder of Dave's Killer Bread www.facebook.com/DavesKillerBread Tres Shannon, founder of VooDoo Doughnuts www.facebook.com/pages/Voodoo-Doughnut/119262244761342 Mic Crenshaw www.facebook.com/miccrenshaw Pete Krebs & Leslie Beia as Earnest Lovers www.facebook.com/theearnestlovers The Vulva Underground www.facebook.com/VulvaUnderground Darka Dusty w/Miri Stebivka, Ned Failing & Gregg Hyatt http://fandalism.com/darkadusty Joe McMurrian www.facebook.com/joe.mcmurrian.5 Madgesdiq http://tinyurl.com/lmkwpmc LoveBomb Go-Go https://www.facebook.com/LoveBombGoGo A full set by Ashland’s Indubious www.facebook.com/indubiousmusic MCed by Noah Mickens, Wanderlust Circus' Ringmaster www.facebook.com/wanderlustcircus Guest Speakers: Jerry Greenfield, Co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s www.facebook.com/BenAndJerrysUS David Bronner, CEO of Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps www.facebook.com/DrBronner Paige Richardson, Yes on 92 Campaign Director www.facebook.com/OregonRightToKnow GMO-free food vendors, raffles and more goodies TBA! Don't miss out on this special evening, RSVP and buy your tickets TODAY! $17 presale | $20 at the door Presale Tickets here: www.portlandsingsout.com All proceeds go to Yes on 92 campaign Donations will be accepted at the event VIP Tickets: $100, limited amount available VIP Package includes: tickets to a 4:00PM Meet n' Greet with Zia McCabe & Courtney Taylor from the Dandy Warhols, David Bronner from Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps, Jerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben & Jerry's and other performing celebrities, all night access to the VIP lounge & bar, reserved seating at a front table and a VIP bag full of treats from our sponsors. Sunday, October 12, 2014 5 PM - 10 PM Star Theatre 13 NW 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97209 This is a 21+ event, please bring your ID Sponsored by: Ben & Jerry's, Dr Bronner, KBOO, Sambazon and Sappo Hill Produced by: Zia McCabe and Dar Sernoff Why Label? We have a right to know important information about the food we eat and feed our families – such as sugar and sodium levels, whether flavors are natural or artificial, and if fish is wild or farm-raised. We should also have the right to choose whether we want to buy and eat genetically modified (GMO) food, just like 64 other countries already do. Labeling GMO foods would assist shoppers who are concerned about the potential effects of increased pesticides and herbicides to make informed purchasing decisions at the store. The Oregon Right to Know initiative is about transparency and empowering shoppers. This is not a ban on genetically modified food and this is not a debate on the science. It’s about consumers getting the information we need to make our own decisions about the food we feed our families. Give us the information and we will make our own decisions. Be a part of the positive revolution - help us spread the word by inviting your friends using the invite button and sharing this event on your wall! And of course, make sure to vote Yes on 92 this November! Thank you, and see you at the event!
Sounds Like: Lucinda Williams, Dolly Parton, Gram Parsons, George Jones - The Possum, The Rolling Stones
Bio: Rachael Rice is an Oklahoma-born, Vermont-bred cosmic cowgirl living in Portland, Oregon. Her style of music is a hybrid alt-vintage honky-tonk, rockabilly, and country-tinged folk-rock not found on "real country" radio.
A former bandleader of her all-girl country outfit The Taoist Cowgirls ...See Full Bio
“One-woman creative tsunami Rachael Rice—musician, artist, photographer, entrepreneur, Web designer, marketing maven, and creativity coach—roared into town from Vermont last year on the arm of returning old-school PDX folk rocker Dan Haley, quickly making Portland's music community wonder how it got along without her all these years. Tonight's Rice-led tribute to Joni Mitchell—easily short-listed for Greatest Singer-Songwriter Ever, and no multidisciplinary slouch herself—follows a successful earlier, all-female tribute to Mitchell's fellow Canuck Neil Young.”