Radio Stranger was excited to join Beth Wood, Anna Tivel, Aireene Espiritu and host Bill Valenti on August 26th for the first viral performance of Art of the Protest Song. In 2014, Bill Valenti launched the Art of the Protest Song series, a celebration of this unique musical genre, with shows combining both “classic” protest songs from social/political movements throughout history, and contemporary, original songs on the events and issues of today. Bill has produced live shows on this theme throughout the country, including a show at Grammy Museum Experience in the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ. But now, as a result of Covid-19, we enter the virtual age of performance...
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Happy Hour with Radio Stranger
Radio Stranger is back! Happy hour at the Almost Live Outdoor Lounge, At The Garages. What a great space, under the big tent; and in true PDX fashion, with food and munchies provided by gourmet food trucks and drinks from the Pub. $5 cover
Happy Hour with Woody Moran
Happy hour at the Almost Live Outdoor Lounge, At The Garages. What a great space, under the big tent; and in true PDX fashion, with food and munchies provided by gourmet food trucks and drinks from the Pub. Woody is joined by guitarist Jeffrey Koch. $5 cover
Radio Stranger at Portland House Concert
As these are outside events, this is the final show of the season for Mary Bycroft's Tiny Deck Concerts. Reservations required via Facebook Event / Limited Seating. Doors at 6pm, show starts at 6:30pm. Radio Stranger is joined by our long-time friend and sideman, the phenomenal Jeffrey Koch on electric guitar. Suggested donation of $20.00.
Woodfest, Woodfest!! Kelly Brightwell moved back to PDX and Radio Stranger is putting the band back together; Jean-Pierre Garau on keyboards, Michael Henchman on bass, Jeffrey Koch on electric guitar, and Don Shultz on drums (Don has not performed with us before, but he did lay down the drums for our single, "Top of the World"). Although we'll have some snacks and water, feel free to bring your own style of yummy concert munchies and beverages, and lawn chairs. Go thru the gate to the right of the driveway to get to the backyard show area. Doors open at 3:30pm, show starts at 4:00pm. Suggested donation is $20.