SOLD OUT. It had been almost two years since we were on a stage due to the pandemic. We got a phone call from our friends with the band Night Folk who wondered if we would like to split a performance date with them at Cafe Artichoke in Portland, OR... inside, but masked and vaxxed. As it turned out, we were just finishing the recording of a new EP (more on that later) and we thought it might be a good thing to actually play these new songs for some folks. The night of the show, doors opened and a flood of people came into the venue. People that showed up 20 minutes early were left hunting for seats! Night Folk opened with some really fun songs, I remember one about male strippers at a Dairy Queen, but that's another story. We played our new songs at the top of the set and even received a standing ovation on the song Land of Plenty. So it appears that we may be naming our new EP "Land of Plenty". A big thank you to Gary (video) and Michael (audio) for making us look and sound so good. And of course, thank you to the boys in Night Folk for the invitation!
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RESCHEDULED: Radio Stranger Band at Tiny Deck House Concert
Rescheduled from May 14th due to rain. Radio Stranger opens the 2022 season for Mary Bycroft's outdoor Tiny Deck Concerts. Reservations required via Facebook Event / Limited Seating. Doors at 5pm, show starts at 5:30pm. Radio Stranger is joined by our long-time friends and sidemen, the phenomenal Jeffrey Koch on electric guitar and Michael Henchman holding down the bottom.
Suggested donation of $20.00. Please bring cash, your beverages, snax and the like! You may r.s.v.p. to firstname.lastname@example.org/
Radio Stranger Band at Oregon City Festival of the Arts
Radio Stranger starts off the Festival of the Arts with a band performance. Three Rivers Artist Guild presents an annual arts, culture and heritage event known as the Oregon City Festival of the Arts (OCFOTA). The goal of the event is to promote visual and performing artists while highlighting our heritage community, tourism groups, and local food and beverage vendors. This is a fun and unique community event that is free to the public.