FEATURED CONCERTS


Posted By on Mar 17, 2016

  Montclaire & G. Liu Jr.

 Wednesday, March 29 @ 8pm

$8 at BrownPaperTickets.com or $10 at the door the day of the show

Door 7pm  –   All Ages Show – Bar with I.D.

Making their debut as a duo for the start of their West Coast Tour, The Old Church would like to welcome Moniclaire & G. Liu Jr. to Portland’s most intimate venue.

“With the songwriting chops to craft both hooky, pop-rock gems such as “Right Way” and moody torch songs like “Fast As I Can,” and a voice that makes them come alive, Velazquez sounds ready for the big time.” – Honolulu Magazine

“Full of multilayerd textures and harmonies, Sabrina’s versatile voice weaves and flows delicately over a wide range of indie alt rock and folk back drops.”  – Contrast Magazine

G. Liu Jr. is a part of The Drowning Dreamers Band, an indie chamber folk ensemble, from Honolulu, HI, with a slate gray streak of shoegaze post-rock, running through its middle. With its debut, self-titled album, the band hopes to provide a fitting backdrop, in case you’ve found yourself in the midst of your next north Atlantic passage, Arctic expedition, Death Valley breakfast, Nebraskan power outage, or even just a momentary, extra bit of restlessness, in a dim or confined space you call home. But if there are other heightened scenarios, for which they may be of service, they hope you’ll let them know.

We Can Listen: The Power of Being Heard 

A cultural intersection of storytelling, documentary, music, and personal expression where all voices have the right to be heard.

Tuesday, April 11 at 7pm

 Everyone Welcome – Sliding Donation Suggested   RSVP at BrownPaperTickets.com

Door 6:30pm

Join us in the spirit of community for a cultural intersection of storytelling, documentary, music and personal expression where all voices have the right to be heard. Storytellers in this series premier include Portland-based activist Margaret Jacobson, singer/songwriter Moe Lincoln, and Rwandan humanitarian Solange Impanoyimana, who will offer narratives drawn from their own lives, and engage in a discussion around the power of being heard and the importance of listening.

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