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Comment Archives: Events

Re: “John Mayer and Phillip Phillips

How fitting that this is at the Sleep Country Amphitheater, though perhaps Snooze Barfy Barfitheater would be a more appropriate venue

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Posted by horushound on 07/19/2013 at 11:05 PM
Posted by cloister on 07/16/2013 at 2:09 PM
Posted by Keith Littlefield on 07/16/2013 at 1:58 PM

Re: “Grand Opening

lulu, please read "the elements if style." You can do it before or after you go fuck yourself, whichever is convenient.

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Posted by andyecon on 07/08/2013 at 8:24 PM

Re: “Grand Opening

what the fuck does having fred armisen at the opening have to do with you shopping there? if neil hamburger were gonna' be there, would you say 'okay,that's a cool enough guest to have me as a customer'..who the fuck are you anyway?

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Posted by hangfire on 07/08/2013 at 4:09 PM

Re: “Grand Opening

I'm pretty sure I'm going to be disinclined to patronize a shop that thinks having Fred Armisen there is hip and cool.

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Posted by lulu on 07/08/2013 at 11:03 AM


Yoonhee Choi's work is amazing--but she is from South Korea, not North!

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Posted by Captain Romance on 07/03/2013 at 9:57 PM

Re: “Holes of a Piece of Me

More info can be found here:

Lady Rose, whose work has been compared to that of Maya Angelou, interweaves imagery of mirrors, Christianity and sensuality into her writing that is both effortless and thought-provoking. She allows her audience to share in her struggle of what it means to be a woman, Black and Christian in the 21st century.

Posted by Lady Rose PDX on 07/02/2013 at 12:20 AM

Re: “The Estranged, Freedom Club and Divers

so hyped up for this show! rolling through with a 4XL death satchel that has the words "who farted?" etched on the side.

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Posted by Scott Jergensen on 06/30/2013 at 8:11 PM

Re: “Shot of Mercury, The Dark Backward, Nothing Said and Stepper

Awesome bands 2nite! This place ROCKs. You can smoke outside and still see and hear the bands

Posted by InfraLizard on 06/29/2013 at 11:21 PM

Re: “Devon Devereaux

Can't wait to see it! And I've never been to the Peculiarium so it's a double win good time fun time!

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Posted by Sparkle Dark on 06/27/2013 at 12:37 PM

Re: “Devon Devereaux

Come on down. I will have plenty of copies of Tales of Hot Rod Horror 1 and 2 and The Littlest Bitch. New art, Old art and fine art prints. Thanks

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Posted by Devon S. Devereaux on 06/27/2013 at 12:29 PM

Re: “Demure, Give it FM and Kings & Vagabonds

If you haven't been to Tonic Lounge Portland recently you are in for a surprise. We have renovated the historic building quite a bit. There is a new sound system in the venue, and quite a few aesthetic details done on the patio and in the lounge. Come for dinner before the show because our fully homemade menu is tasty, creative, and we recently got a 100% from the health inspector. There are lots of pics on our facebook page.
Come relax with dinner and a cocktail, and stay for Demure , GIve it FM, and Kings and Vagabonds. How can you beat that! - Sean S. / Tonic Lounge Portland

Posted by Tonic Lounge PDX on 06/27/2013 at 12:25 PM
Posted by Kurt Hagardorn on 06/27/2013 at 4:00 AM

Re: “The Weekly Recurring Humor Night

Tonic Lounge Portland is known for live music as well as homemade food and good drinks. Every Wednesday we feature some of the best stand up comedy in Portland!

It's no secret I love stand up comedy. Last week Fred Armisen (Saturday Night Live / Portlandia) dropped in and did a 'secret' show. It was an honor to meet him, and have him grace the stage at Tonic Lounge Portland. Todd Glass has also performed at our Weekly Recurring Humor Night. Don't miss out. Be there to see who will drop in, you never know. Humor is good for the mind/body/soul. In this case humor is good for the wallet. There is no cover charge for these amazing nights of comedy. The only request is donate what you can to support these up and coming comedians. - Sean S.…

Posted by Tonic Lounge PDX on 06/26/2013 at 11:02 AM

Re: “Rafael Vigilantics, B. Dolan, Grayskul, Das Leune and Doc Adam

Love this sound! So original!!

Posted by Elisabeth Munoz on 06/24/2013 at 11:06 AM

Re: “The Choices, Red Planet Rebels and Seth Myzel

Seth Myzel rocked the house. It was the best concert I have seen in ages. The lyrics and rocking grooves were amazing! I encourage anyone to see Seth Myzel when you get an opportunity!

Posted by Traci on 06/22/2013 at 10:41 PM

Re: “Cambrian Explosion, Crooked Toad, Kaizen Rex, Dope Ass Kats and Eric Alexander Moore

Crooked Toad is as 'Portland' as Music Gets

Written, recorded, and produced at their in-home recording studio, Crooked Toad's sound is a bluesy hard rock and uniquely grungy funk that is as smooth as it is raw and clean. There is nothing 'studio' about Crooked Toad. A fully local effort, this is the kind of grassroots music Portland is becoming known for. Justin Phelps mastered their debut EP 'The Tadpole Diaries' at Portland's own Cloud City Sound, and additional production was provided by Stan Jones, Jim Wilcox, and Jeff Ommert. The brainchild of Travis Gates and Tommy Barth in late 2011, Crooked Toad looks forward to celebrating with you at Tonic Lounge Saturday June 29th. Where the new release will be available for purchase. Crooked Toad also includes Lennon Dey on guitar, Alex Moore on bass, and Stan Jones plays keyboards on the record. There is a bill full of local bands for the party including Cambrian Explosion, Noble Firs, Dope Ass Kats, and Eric Alexander Moore.

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Posted by Tonic Lounge PDX on 06/21/2013 at 5:16 PM

Re: “Simple Tricks & Nonsense

Portland Oregon based Simple Tricks and Nonsense brings new sounds of Rock, Funk and Space with multi-part harmonies and deep lyrics to the local music scene. Starting their third year together, Dave on drums, Chris on Guitar, Melody on Keys and Andy on Bass, this band puts on a live show you have to see to believe. You'll be rockin' inside your soul!

No Tomorrow Boys: Wild 'n' frantic rock 'n' roll bands are a dying breed in this era of shoegazey, reverb drenched indie pop, but looking like a motorcycle gang straight outta a Fifties drive-in flick and sounding like the rabid love child of Little Richard and The Cramps, The No Tomorrow Boys have spent the last few months trying to change that, performing relentlessly explosive sets across Portland and the greater Northwest with bands such as The Dex Romweber Duo, The Downtown Struts, and Davila 666. The trio's live shows are a tornado of chaos, simultaneously fun and fierce, invoking all the thrill and danger of life as a juvenile delinquent from back alley switchblade fights to lustful nights on lover's lane. And now the boys have wrestled their primitive style of ferocious American rock 'n' roll onto a slab o' wax with their debut single "(Do The) No Tomorrow Twist" b/w "Neanderthal For Your Love," two tunes that explode outta the grooves like a souped up hot rod off the starting line. So guys, grab your leather jackets and grease up your pompadours. Gals, slip on your fishnets and slap on that liquid eyeliner. No matter how you do it, get ready to flip your lid, blow your top, and dig that jive like it should be dug!

Posted by Tonic Lounge PDX on 06/21/2013 at 5:15 PM

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