Come witness the lost Bob's Burgers episode LIVE at The Star Theater and see why this episode was too racy for even FOX to air!
Bob Belcher finds himself confined to the sick room after he developes food poisoning. He soon lapses into a fever dream where he recounts (and distorts) some of the more memorable moments of the last 7 seasons.
Featuring Aunt Gayles "e-Harmony video" and the never before seen BANNED Bob's Burgers commercial "Buns!Buns!Buns!"
Featuring an array of your favorite performers including
Cocked and Loaded
Dylan Hillerman as Bob Belcher
Early Show doors at 6:00 show at 7:00
Late Show doors at 9:00 show at 9:30
$15 ADV/$20 DOS General Admission
$25 Reserved VIP seating
Advance tickets are STRONGLY recommended as this show will sell out.
Everyone Orchestra, conducted by Matt Butler, feat.:
Vinnie Amico (Moe.)
Chuck Jones (Dopapod)
Chris Houser (The Werks)
Josh Clark (Tea Leaf Green)
Jans Ingber (formerly The Motet)
Asher Fulero (Emancipator Ensemble)
Paul Chandler (MarchFourth)
Sarah Clarke (Dirty Revival)
The Everyone Orchestra’s conductor, Matt Butler has been leading a rotating cast of accredited musicians through full-length shows that are entirely improvised, since 2001, after touring with the rock band Jambay. In 2012, Butler gathered particularly well-known musicians from bands like Phish, Moe., and others, and recorded Everyone Orchestra’s first studio album, Brooklyn Sessions , which was still largely improvised.
“The experience of playing with different musicians, improvising every night, and getting the crowd involved in ways that they can’t be at a regular show has provided an unparalleled live music experience,” said Butler.
The Everyone Orchestra conductor/founder Matt Butler has taken its participants, both on stage and off, on improvisational journeys with the most diverse of lineups at festivals, theaters and philanthropic events both nationally and internationally. A laundry list of hundreds of musicians, dancers, singers, guest conductors and community organizations have embraced the experience of EO in single shots of musical adrenaline to the soul. Tuning in to his energy, the band and audience utilize The Conductor as their pivot to the set mood of each passing jam as he communicates with the musicians using hand signs, whiteboard and assorted mime suggestions.
The list of Everyone Orchestra participants is an increasingly wide and intercontinental group including members of The Grateful Dead, Phish, Furthur, Ratdog, Trey Anastasio Band, Gov’t Mule, String Cheese Incident, moe., members of Allman Brothers Band. including Oteil Burbridge, Yonder Mountain String Band, The New Mastersounds, Big Gigantic, The Punch Brothers, Dumpstaphunk, Galactic, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Railroad Earth, Thievery Corporation, Lettuce, Infamous Stringdusters, Leftover Salmon, The Flecktones, Club d’Elf, ALO, Tea Leaf Green, Tuvan throat singers, live painters, dancers, chanters, choirs, hula hoopers, firespinners, jugglers, stiltwalkers, storytellers, a presidential candidate and hundreds of others among a growing legion of other performers.
Marching clearly into uncharted territory, The Everyone Orchestra balances the challenges of live group improvisation with triumphant tension and release conduits of music which head deep into the soul. This unique collaborative of performance deeply encourages and requires audience interaction. The edge of your seat enthusiasm for what is next is the fuel behind the continuous musical experiment of The Everyone Orchestra.
With the release of the 6th studio album "Stridens Hus" main man Hoest once again once again proves how to make unique and challenging black metal while maintaining the old Norwegian spirit. Hoest breathes new life into the genre by introducing different elements that ensure the sound remains fresh and relevant. Some parts are more groove and rock orientated, whilst some have a distinctly punk attitude. However, this is still unmistakably Taake and, as always, we're treated to a varied album with intense, unique and unpredictable dynamics. Following a horde of praising reviews, the band was nominated for:
"Best Metal Album of 2011" in the Norwegian Grammys (Spellemanns-prisen) for "Noregs Vaapen".
The album lead to be the bands bestselling album to date and confirmed the bands position as one of the forbearers of traditional True Norwegian Black Metal.
Taake has in the recent years become a more active touring band. With a steady touring lineup, the band is now a highly professional live act with the charismatic and wild performance of vocalist Hoest in front. The band has gotten rave reviews of concerts and festival appearances in all major European magazines the past few years, and is one of the most unique Black Metal acts around.
With five critically acclaimed albums to choose from, they deliver a varied show with a great mix of new and old songs. The band has a strong and dedicated fan base. Taake is one of the few Norwegian black metal bands left that still has the old atmosphere and presence, and they deliver an ice cold and unique show of pure True Norwegian Black Metal that any black metal fan should experience.
Five time GRAMMY-winner Marty Stuart released Way Out West on March 10 on Superlatone. Stuart’s 18th studio release was conceived as a love letter to the promised land of California by one of Country music’s living legends, who has played with everyone from Johnny Cash to Lester Flatt. NPR Music proclaims: “Way Out West is Marty Stuart’s album-length paean to the myth and magic of the American West. It finds country’s stalwart neo-traditionalist turning cosmic cowboy for a journey through the Joshua trees, shadowy canyons and desert dreams that tantalize travelers with the promise of a golden shore on the other side.” Way Out West is available on CD, vinyl, and digitally here.
Listen to Way Out West on NPR First Listen: http://n.pr/2mdOow5
Marty Stuart also announced a headlining US tour in support of Way Out West. The tour includes stops in New York City, Chicago, Birmingham, Minneapolis, and St. Louis (full dates below, with additional dates to be announced). Tickets for this tour will go on sale on Friday, March 3rd at 10 AM EST and you can find them here.
Marty Stuart shared his new music video for “Torpedo,” a rollicking instrumental track off Way Out West, via Guitar World. The video strings together behind-the-scenes photos taken during the creation of Way Out West, and provides a glimpse into Stuart’s studio process. Watch the video for “Torpedo” here. Marty Stuart also premiered the video for his new single, “Way Out West,” on Billboard. The video follows a trip, in more than one sense of the word, through the Mojave Desert as narrated by Stuart, and captures his fascination with the American West. Read Billboard’s interview with Marty Stuart, and watch his new video for “Way Out West” here. The GRAMMY Museum® at L.A. LIVE will present Marty Stuart’s Way Out West, a new exhibit opening May 25, 2017, featuring artifacts celebrating the personal collection of Marty Stuart. Click here to see a video of Marty Stuart making the announcement backstage at the GRAMMY Museum.
Produced by Mike Campbell (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers), and featuring the Fabulous Superlatives –guitarist Kenny Vaughan, drummer Harry Stinson and new member, bassist Chris Scruggs– Marty’s longtime band, which NPR Music said could “melt your heart with four-part harmonies, rock your bones with honky tonk, and dazzle you with picking worthy of their name,” Way Out West is a cinematic tour-de-force.
Yngwie Malmsteen was born in Stockholm, Sweden, on June 30, 1963. The youngest child in a household that included his mother Rigmor, sister Ann Louise, and brother Bjorn, Yngwie originally had no interest in music. However, on September 18, 1970, Yngwie saw a TV special on the death of guitar iconoclast Jimi Hendrix. Seven-year-old Yngwie watched with awe as Hendrix blasted the audience with torrents of feedback and sacrificed his guitar in flames. The day Jimi Hendrix died, the guitar-playing Yngwie was born.
Applying his intense curiosity and tenacity to first an old Mosrite and then a cheap Stratocaster, Yngwie immersed himself in the music of such bands as Deep Purple and spent long hours practicing to learn their songs. His admiration for Ritchie Blackmore's classically influenced playing led him back to the source: Bach, Vivaldi, Beethoven, and Mozart. As Yngwie absorbed the classical structures of the masters, his prodigious style began to take shape. By age 10, he began to focus all his energies into music. His mother and sister, a talented flautist, recognized his unique musical gifts and gave him support and encouragement. His mastery of the instrument progressed rapidly. In his early teens, Yngwie saw a television performance of Russian violinist Gideon Kremer, who performed the highly difficult 24 Caprices of 19th century virtuoso violinist Niccolo Paganini. The effect was profound, and Yngwie understood at last how to combine his love of classical music with his burgeoning guitar skills and onstage charisma.
By age 15, Yngwie's trademark style had begun to emerge. He worked for a time as a luthier in a guitar repair shop, where he encountered a scalloped neck for the first time when a 17th century lute came into the shop. Intrigued, Yngwie scalloped the neck of an old guitar in similar fashion and was impressed enough with the results to try it on his better guitars. The scalloped fret board was somewhat more difficult to play than a normal neck, but his control over the strings was so improved that Yngwie immediately adopted it as a permanent alteration to his equipment.
About this time, Yngwie began playing in a number of bands built around his explosive guitar style, with long instrumental explorations. Around age 18, Yngwie and several friends recorded a demo set of three songs for Swedish CBS, but the cuts were never released. Frustrated, Yngwie began sending demo tapes to record companies and music contacts abroad. One such tape found its way into the hands of Guitar Player contributor and Shrapnel Music. Yngwie was invited to record with a new band Steeler--and the rest, as they say, is history.
Portland's Prom, The Prom You Wish You'd Had
Dress up like you mean it, bring a date and remodel your Proms of yesteryear's in an elegance and style you've come to expect from Portland's Prom
Join us once again for a magical evening of adult shenanigans and Prom-foolery Saturday, May 27th at the Star Theater in Portland!
Dress up like you mean it, bring a date and remodel your Proms of yesteryear's in an elegance and style you've come to expect from Portland's Prom
--Entertainment provided by--
More acts to be announced soon!
Lighting by Lights Up Loud
Photo Booth by DAbooth
Tons of baloons ya'll
$15 - Early Bird (Limited Quantity)
$20 - Pre-Sale
$25 - Day Of
This event is 21+
Lewis Del Mar, a duo from Rockaway Beach in Queens, NY, is the project of two lifelong friends who have crafted a sound as challenging as it is comforting. Their sonic hybrid blends barefaced bedroom recordingsof acoustic guitars and soulful vocals over a rich soundscape of complex live and sampled percussion.The New York Times claimed "Loud(y)" to be a "clattering profane mixed-media anthem" and iTunes placed it on their "Best of 2015" list. Their debut album is complex and intriguing, keeping the listener peering curiously around every corner to get a glimpse of what's next.
No more than three producers (Dr. Dre, RZA, and Prince Paul) can test DJ Premier's status as the most important trackmaster of the '90s, and no style is more distinctive. Aggressive and raw, a Premier track was an instantly recognizable soundclash of battling loops and heavy scratching -- all of them perfectly timed -- that evoked the sound of Brooklyn better than anyone. Besides helming tracks for his main concern, Gang Starr, since their 1989 debut, Premier's productions appeared on many of the East Coast's most important records: Nas' Illmatic, the Notorious B.I.G.'s Ready to Die, Jay-Z's Reasonable Doubt, Jeru the Damaja's The Sun Rises in the East, and Mos Def's Black on Both Sides.
Premier, born Chris Martin, spent time in Brooklyn and Houston while growing up, and studied computer science at Prairie View A&M outside Houston. Known as Waxmaster C, he'd already learned to play a variety of instruments and also managed a record store. After moving back to Brooklyn, around 1987-1988 he came into contact with Guru, a Boston native. Guru had already formed a group named Gang Starr two years earlier (and recorded with the 45 King), but his former partner, Mike Dee, had returned to Boston. DJ Premier and Guru signed to Wild Pitch and released a debut single ("Manifest") and album (No More Mr. Nice Guy). Gang Starr's interest in melding hip-hop with jazz informed the record, and they were invited to add to the soundtrack for Spike Lee's 1990 film Mo' Better Blues. Their subsequent work was much more mature and unified, with a pair of instant East Coast classics (1991's Step in the Arena and 1992's Daily Operation) arriving in short order.
DJ Premier had been working with other vocalists for years, and his productions for the 1990 landmark Funky Technician by Lord Finesse and DJ Mike Smooth cemented his status as one of the best producers around. He soon began recording exclusively at D&D Studios, a spot soon to become a shrine for hip-hop fans (thanks in large part to his own work). The year 1994 was a huge one for Premier, probably the best year for any rap producer ever; in addition to dropping another Gang Starr classic, Hard to Earn, his productions appeared on five-star, all-time classics by Nas (Illmatic), the Notorious B.I.G. (Ready to Die), and Jeru the Damaja (The Sun Rises in the East), as well as Big Daddy Kane and Branford Marsalis' Buckshot LeFonque project. Though his workload dropped off considerably during the late '90s, he still managed to place tracks on three of the first four Jay-Z albums, and returned in force with the new millennium, including shots with Common, D.I.T.C., D'Angelo, Jadakiss, and Snoop Dogg.
Doug Fir presents “Under Pressure: A Night of Bowie and Queen” at the Star Theater, a powerhouse salute to two rock and roll legends in one legendary night. Seattle rock royalty BowieVision and HalloQueen combine the flash and bombast of Queen hits like Tie Your Mother Down, We Will Rock You, and Bohemian Rhapsody with the funky sophistication of David Bowie’s Fame, Ashes to Ashes, and Let’s Dance, then top it off with the showstopping brilliance of Under Pressure to forge a marriage made in rock and roll heaven.