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This Weekend: Sound on the Sound Presents Pipsisewah, Lower Lights Burning, Rogue Valley

14 Oct

Friday: Sound on the Sound Presents Pipsisewah (7″ release), The Golden Blondes, Dude York

Pipsisewah

Our friends at Sound on the Sound have put together a rocking lineup for their monthly showcase at the theater. This time around we have Pipsisewah and the release of their new 7″. Rounding out the bill are The Golden Blondes and Dude York.

9pm // $5 // Tickets available at the door

Saturday: Lower Lights Burning (record release), Kris Doty (Drew Grow & the Pastors’ Wives, Kelli Schaefer), Hannah Williams (Youth Rescue Mission)

Saturday we play host to another record release party as Lower Lights Burning headline the night. Supporting them on the bill is a couple solo performances by members of some fantastic NW bands. Kris Doty (bassist for Drew Grow & the Pastors’ Wives and Kelli Schaefer) will pick up the guitar for a set of her solo work and Hannah Williams (of Youth Rescue Mission) starts the night off.

9pm // $7 // Tickets

Sunday: Rogue Valley, Sean Neil, The Parade Schedule


Rogue Valley


Finish out the weekend with the dreamy indie folk band out of Minneapolis band, Rogue Valley. Sean Neil will play main support and Matt Kinder’s powerful songwriting opens the night with his band The Parade Schedule.

8pm // $6 // Tickets available at the door

This Weekend: Cahalen Morrison and Eli West, Drew Grow and the Pastors’ Wives, Youth Rescue Mission (record release)

2 Mar

Thursday: Cahalen Morrison and Eli West, Squirrel Butter, Ben Gilmer

We are happy to announce we are now having shows on Thursdays!  And our first Thursday show will be some old-timey Americana as Cahalen Morrison & Eli West wow you with some amazing picking and back woods harmonies. Here’s a video from when they performed on our stage for the Harry Smith Tribute back in November:

Also playing that night will be Squirrel Butter and Ben Gilmer.

9pm // $6 // Tickets

Friday: Sound on the Sound Presents: Drew Grow & The Pastors’ Wives, AgesandAges, Baltic Cousins, Battle School (free in the Bourbon!)

Friday will be a very special night at the theater as Drew Grow & The Pastors’ Wives makes their return performance after Drew was injured in a severe car accident last January. Two weeks ago, the Seattle music community came out in full force (for this Portland artist) and raised some much need funds at Drew’s benefit show. Now’s your chance to see this incredible performer back on stage where he belongs.

Opening up the night for this Sound on the Sound Presents show will be Baltic Cousins followed by another great Portland band, AgesandAges. Check out their new video:

Battle School will kick things off with a free show in the Bourbon starting at 8pm!

9pm // $10 advance – $12 day of show // Tickets

Saturday: Grand Hallway, Youth Rescue Mission (record release), Heatwarmer, Sean Neil & Stella Maxwell (free in the Bourbon!)

Youth Rescue Mission

Wow, what a weekend! We are so excited to host the release to Youth Rescue Mission‘s debut record which was recorded by our very own Gary Mula at The Bani-Love, the recording studio located at Columbia City Theater. Headlining the night will be another band dear to us, Grand Hallway, who played one of our grand opening shows last June.

Heatwarmer opens up the evening in the theater and Sean Neil (Dynamite Boy) and Stella Maxwell (Cruiserweight) play a free show in the Bourbon at 8pm.

9pm // $10 advance – $12 day of show // Tickets

This Weekend: The Second Academy CD Release, Free Show in the Bourbon with Sean Neil, Andrew Anderson

21 Oct

Friday: The Second Academy (CD Release), Chinese, Mutiny Mutiny

The Second Academy

This Friday, Oct. 22, The Second Academy will releasing their latest CD, “Bohemian Grove” at the Theater. Supporting them will be the return of Chinese, who played one of our Grand Opening shows back in June, and Mutiny Mutiny.  It’s going to be another solid night of rock from these bands as you can see below from a video of Chinese playing that Grand Opening show.

9pm / $5 / Tickets

Saturday: Sean Neil (of Dynamite Boy), Andrew Anderson play FREE in the Bourbon

We have a special free show for you on Saturday in The Bourbon Bar with Sean Neil of punk/pop band Dynamite Boy and roots-rocking Andrew Anderson. It’ll be a stripped down evening with a mixture of punk, folk, and country from these two NW by-way-of Texas artists. Don’t miss out. The show starts at 9pm and it’s FREE.

Andrew Anderson


Coming Soon:

Mash Hall (10.29), Hey Marseilles, Fences (10.30), The 7th Annual Cabaret Macabre with The Bad Things, Baby Gramps, Ronald McFondle and many more! (10.31)

Get your tickets for Mash Hall here, Hey Marseilles w/ Fences here, and The 7th Annual Cabaret Macabre here.

Here’s a little teaser for what’s coming up next week as Mash Hall makes their triumphant return to the theater: