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New Jazz Releases May 2, 2013

Stephen Anderson Trio        Believe                    Summit

JAZZ IN THE AFTERNOON

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PORTLAND'S TREASURED COMPOSER/SINGER/PIANIST/SONGWRITER

DAVE FRISHBERG,

THOUGHT OF AS THE POET LAUREATE OF BASEBALL SONGS,

IS OUR GUEST TODAY FOR THIS

FIFTH ANNUAL BASEBALL AND JAZZ KBOO SPECIAL -

MAKE THAT "EXTRA SPECIAL"-  FOR DAVE'S GIANT CONTRIBUTIONS

TO JAZZ MUSIC.

New Jazz Releases April 2, 2013

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Anthony Branker/Wordd Play            Uppity                Origin

LIVE BROADCAST: Inner City Blues Fest 2013

KBOO is proud to help sponsor The Inner City Blues Festival “Healing the Healthcare Blues”---In the Groove of      
              Love

New Releases March 23, 2013

ARTIST    TITLE    LABEL    GENRE
Al-Mo7it, Mo7it    Jeruselem In My Heart    Self Released    Electronic
Amatorski    TBC    Crammed Discs    Alternative Rock
Bajo Fondo    Presente    Masterworkd    Electronic
Balsam Range    Last Train to Kitty Hawk        Bluegrass
Banco de Gaia    Apollo    Disco Geiko    Electronic
Banhart, Devendra    Mala    Nonesuch    Rock

New CDs in music library March 22, 2013

Annamy    Woodpecker    Subliminal Sounds    Regular Rock
Black Pus    Ala My Relations    Thrill Jockey    Alternative Rock
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club    Specter at the Feast    Abstract Dragon    Alternative Rock
Dead Tongues    Desert    self released    Alternative Rock
Dengue Fever    In The Ley Lines    Tuk Tuk    Alternative Rock
Duane Allman    Excerpts from Skydog    Rounder    Regular Rock
Dump    Superpowerless    Morr    Alternative Rock

U of O fires Leaders of Native American, Latin and Black American communities!!Please sign petition!

Osiyo, or hello all,
 
Being part Native American, Cherokee, or really Tsalagi, pronounced Jalagi, by the People., this issue means alot to me and alot of others attending our College. It has ramifications all through this state and sends a message across the country. The University has fired the elder leaders of the Native American, Latin American and Black American communities.

Insatiable

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How does the relentless passing of time shape our decisions?

Do life cycles consume, or empower us?

Explore these questions through rhythm, dance, and voice at the premiere showing of “INSATIABLE,” featuring the Portland Taiko Ensemble.  Be moved along with performers and musicians throughout this entire evocative performance of contemporary Japanese Folk Art created by Director, Michelle Fujii.

Lincoln Performance Hall
Portland State University

Friday, March 29, 2013
8:00 p.m.

Saturday, March 30, 2013
2:00 p.m.  AND  8:00 p.m.


CLICK HERE to Purchase Tickets!

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