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Free Deli/Eleven Magazine Showcase at Alhambra Theater 5.2

On May 1st the Alhambra Theater (formerly Mt. Tabor Theater) will be celebrating their hundredth year as a Portland venue. To commemorate the occasion they are throwing a five day music festival featuring the talent of Red Fang, Y La Bamba, Black Prairie and over a dozen more. For the second day of the festival The Deli Portland and Eleven Magazine worked together to put together a special showcase featuring 8 of the best bands our city has to offer. Social Studies, Hustle and Drone, Glassbones and Pheasant will be sharing the stage in the concert hall while Catherine Feeny, Sama Dams, Summer Cannibals and Jolliff will be gracing the lounge with their phenomenal range of sounds. Get to the Alhambra on Thursday, May 2nd at 7:30pm to take part in the best birthday party of the year for the reasonable price of completely free (seriously). I’ll see you there.  

Jolliff at the White Eagle Saloon 3.25

The spirit of Jolliff rings volumes in a city known for it’s secular nature. That factor never stopped the faithful indie rock of Jolliff from writing powerful songs to lift your outlook. The harmonic choruses and lively lyrics create positivity and the slow grooving bass lines behind a clean, electric guitar make powerful melodies that are easy on the listener. Jolliff is a band that was crafted by four friends who all resided in the upstairs of a Lutheran Church and began writing music inspired by contemporary folk musicians such as Andrew Bird. This combined with their local attitudes results in well-crafted guitar driven, joyful anthems. Jolliff is holding this month’s residency at the White Eagle, with this Monday night being the last show. - Colin Hudson


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