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Thumbs Up To Another Thursday!

Virtual high fives all around as my favorite day of the week is here! I’m not sure why, but I have always favored Thursdays.  I kind of blame the nineties and the fact that Friends aired on Thursday evenings, those were the days when I was not quite big enough to wear proper Party Pants, but nonetheless, Thursdays rule and this Thursday is no different.  Let’s check out what sort of tasty tune selections are in store for this evening.

A promising show is taking place tonight over at One Longfellow Square as Brooklyn’s Lake Street Drive returns to Portland with their catchy pop songs rooted in the familiar, but with a certain bit of flair all their own.  Getting things going around 8 o’clock tonight will be opener Laura Cortese.

The super talented fellas in The Ghost of Paul Revere, who brought the house down over at The Asylum this weekend, will be getting things rollin’ over at the Dogfish Bar & Grille in Portland around 8 tonight. If you’re into awesome stringed tunes, soaring voices and foot stomping melodies then make your way over to the Dogfish for tonight’s free show.

If you’re looking to shake what your momma gave ya all night long then look no further than Flask Lounge in Portland where the Blaqdada Dance Party commences right around 9. Hosted by Bary Juicy and Che Ros tonight’s event will feature special guest 32French, so swing on by if you’re looking to get down and shake those hips this Thirstday evening.

 

Local pop-rockers of the ass kicking cover band (yes, I used the phrase ‘ass kicking cover band’ and meant it), Kilcollins will be doing their thing tonight over at RiRa in Portland.  Rocking and/or rolling gets going right around 9 tonight.

The Big Easy‘s regular, chilled out Thursday crowd will be shuffling in right around 9:30 for this week’s Band Beyond Description show. What to expect: hula hoops, hippies, and good times for all with Portland’s favorite Grateful Dead cover band, who actually cover way more than just The Dead. So if you’re into mellowing your mind, get your can over to The Big Easy.

North of Nashville will be rocking it tonight over at Brian Boru right around 9:30pm and won’t stop the party until last call. Jay and Andrew infuse their love of pop music with a little bit of bluegrass for a sound that is truly American.  This is a free show and always a lot of fun, so check it out.

If you want to do some rocking and/or rolling tonight to everything from The Grateful Dead to Stevie Wonder, Charlie Daniels, The Beatles and everything in between, then you should probably scoot your pooch over to Gritty’s on Fore Street in Portland for another Thursday night with Velourosaurus.  It’s always free and always a helluva time so check ‘em out starting right around 9:30.

We Got This, Wednesday!

I know that I’ve been a wee bit dramatic this week, but I seriously feel as if I could weep uncontrollably at the fact that I’ve made it to Wednesday.  I don’t know what my deal is, but I’m struggling to keep on keeping on this week and if you’re as ecstatic about it being Wednesday as I am, I’ve got some party places for you to check out this evening. Let’s hike ‘em up and do it to it! We got this, Wednesday.

Things are gonna get real singer-songwritery over at the majestic State Theatre in Portland as the immensely talented Brandi Carlile returns this evening. Carlile, who spent most of her life immersed in country music, is noted as one of Sir Elton John’s favorites.  The chick knows what’s up and tonight she’ll be joined by country folk rockers Blitzen Trapper for a night of musical goodness.  Things get started over at The State right around 8 o’clock.

What a cool place Flask Lounge in Portland is.  One night they’ve got house music and DJs and the next they’ve got acoustic tunes from singer-songwriters.  Tonight local musician Jason Melanson will be playing tunes off his latest album, In Shambles alongside Pittsburgh folk roots rocker Chet Vincent.  Tonight’s show is sure to be fun and is also wicked free so check it out beginning at 8 o’clock tonight.

One Longfellow Square has really broadened its horizons musically by featuring everyone from Eric Bettencourt to Spose to a Band tribute band and pretty much everything in between.  They recently received their non-profit status and are proud to announce the selection of their new Executive Director Kippy Rudy with a party for the masses!  Tonight everyone is welcome to a free party starting at 8 o’clock that will feature Portland’s own Lady Zen.  If you’ve not bore witness to the incomparable Lady Zen, then tonight’s the night to do so.  Zen will keep the party rolling with her unique take on soul, jazz and R&B.  Again, it’s free, it’s early and it’s gonna be one helluva celebration so be sure to swing on by OLS and check it out!

The Clash of the Titans continues this Wednesday evening with a battle between some whiney Brits.  Come see who can say more cuss words on stage as Oasis takes on Blur upstairs at Empire Dine and Dance starting at 9 o’clock.

If you’re looking to get into the Halloween spirit by getting down to some spooky tunes, then swing by Geno’s in Portland as DJs Madam H and Scavenger rock some old school ghouley goth tunes for ya starting at 9.

It’s going to get rhymetastic over at The Big Easy in Portland tonight where another installment of Rap Night goes down starting at 9 o’clock this evening.  Every Wednesday at Rap Night is always a helluva time and wicked cheap, dude; $3 at the door gets your ass in to one epic party featuring some of local hip-hops heaviest hitters, so check it out.

Feature Image of The Nunz courtesy of Peter Jensen Bissell Photographic.

Tackling Another Tuesday

I know it may seem a bit early to some to already be counting down the days, but we are, in fact, one day closer to Friday.  This mere fact makes me incredibly happy, what makes me even happier is the amount of cool things to take in this Tuesday evening in celebration of the fact that we’re one day closer to the freakin’ weekend, babies.  Check it out.

Studio 250 in 250 Read Street in Portland invites punks of all ages to check out the incredible, high-energy show they’ve got lined up tonight. Starting at 6 o’clock check out opening sets from Cruel Hand, DNA and Powerwolves in support of headliners Bane.  Again, this is an all ages event that starts early-ish so get ready for some good mosh pitting and check it out.

If you’re looking to get down to some good tunes this Tuesday evening then mosey on over to the Spring Point Tavern in South Portland where Doubting Gravity will be getting the party started right around 7:30 tonight. Andi Fawcett and the fellas will be brining you the best original pop rock tunes around, so grab a beer and shake your can this evening.

Cover to Cover keeps on rollin’ this week and I tell ya, last week’s Nirvana show really kicked this season into high gear.  Things do not slow down tonight, in fact they heat up with songstress Kristina Kentigian who will be paying respects to Alicia Keys’ debut album Songs In A Minor.  Krisitina is one talented broad who has been doing her thing all around town and she certainly knows how to work her pipes!  Anticipate being completely blown away not only by Kristina’s original tunes, but by the tribute she does to Keys’ work, expressing some fine ass soul, hip-hop and R&B for your earholes. Things get cranking down at The Big Easy in Portland right around 9 tonight.

Another edition of Drop It: Open Tables Night is happening once again at Flask Lounge in Portland.  Starting at 9, you can sign up for a slot DJing on some open tables, all you need to bring are some records, CDs, and a pair of headphones! Tonight DJ Beatmo will provide an opening set of trance and techno.  This event is absolutely free-of-charge and always a good time, so go on and check it out.

Another freebie to check out is over at Slainte Wine Bar & Lounge as DJ Ponyfarm presents another entertainment-filled evening of karaoke.  That’s right, if you’re looking to belt it out and be your own rockstar, you can do just that starting at 9 o’clock tonight and with absolutely no cover charge.

If you wanna take some time out this Tuesday night and chill out to some experimental jazz that mosey on over to Local 188 on Congress Street this evening where the Jaw Gems will be doing their thing from 10 o’clock until closing time.

An Attempt At Boosting Monday Morale

Ah, here we go again, another Monday is upon us and ready to do its best to completely destroy morale amongst the masses, but this time I think I’m ready to win this battle.  This Monday I will not find myself completely dejected and in dire straights due to a serious case of The Mondays, instead I will throw on my trust Party Pants and rock this Monday like it has never been rocked before.  I encourage you guys to join me in this Monday ass kicking and party on down until we finally arrive into Tuesday, so let’s join forces and do this thing.

There’ll be some free bluegrass over at Empire Dine and Dance in Portland where you can take in some fine, traditional bluegrass courtesy of Portland’s own bluegrass supergroup, The Stowaways, as well as participate in an open bluegrass jam session that starts downstairs right around 6.  So bring something to pick and/or pluck and get ready to jam out, The Stowaways will keep your toes tapping with a set of tunes that’ll start after the open jam right around 8pm.

 

Free Monday action over at RiRa on Commercial Street in Portland where yet another installment of Evan Walsh aka EvGuy’s open mic series takes place.  Each and every Monday evening EvGuy hosts his own version of an adult talent show starting right around 8 o’clock.  Instruments are provided and if you can’t actually play one, EvGuy will be more than happy to bang out a manageable version of a song for you to sing along to.

The Big Easy invites one and all to their weekly jam session known as The Players Ball.  This event is for musicians and music lovers alike as you can bring your instrument and come play with other cats from around town or simply come watch some of your favorite artists do their thing on stage.  If you come to play you get in for free and if you’re just coming by to take in the spectacle of it all its only three bucks.  The Players Ball will feature a house band of Adam Frederick, Warren McPhearson, Max Cantlin, Reed Chambers as well as a slew of special guests.  Things get fun and funky beginning at 9 o’clock this evening.

Flask Lounge plays host to three awesome acts this evening as Portland’s own electro/indie-pop outfit A Severe Joy is joined by Geronimo! and Henry Hoagland for an evening of unique tuneage. Tonight’s show is bound to be banging, so check it out starting at 9 o’clock.

If you’re looking to thrash away those Monday blues then make it down to Geno’s Rock Club in Portland for some heavy hitting rock and roll courtesy of Ominous Black, Slyvia, Dutchguts and Eastern Spell.  Things get loud starting at 9.

Saturday is SERIOUS.

I hope you saved some of your Fridaying energy for this evening as Saturday night is gearing up to be one for the books.  Seriously, the scene is completely saturated with a bunch of great music tonight so there is absolutely no excuse why you shouldn’t get out there and enjoy some live, local music.  An epic night of shenanigans awaits, so let’s jump right in! BOOM.

The man, the myth, the legend Spizzy Spose will be doing something a little different this evening as he takes the stage of One Longfellow in Portland tonight.  Starting at 8 o’clock Spose will be performing a one-time-only acoustic set with the help of some of Portland’s most profound players in the seriously awesome funk band Sly-Chi.  Spizzy will be reinventing his catalog, performing some his most popular jams as well as deeper cuts that you wouldn’t normally get to hear live.  Sly-Chi will get the night started by pumping out their own jams before backing up Spose for this stripped-down event.

It’s been almost three years since Portland’s own roots troubadour Samuel Jame released an album.  Tonight James unveils his fourth album And for the Dark Road Ahead with a party of epic proportions at SPACE Gallery in Portland. Beginning at 8pm James will be accompanied on stage by an impressive array of local talent to help him bring some of the songs from the album to life.  Special guests include dilly dilly, Zach Jones, Sontiago, Darien Brahms, Meantone and more.

The Mallett Brothers Band is finally back in town playing a show this evening that fits perfectly into the seasonal, ghoulish category. Tonight the six-headed, whiskey-drinking, guitar-slinging monster teams up with two Ghosts for a show over at The Asylum in Portland.  That’s right MBB will be joined by Portland’s own Ghost of Paul Revere and Boston based act Ghosts of Jupiter for an epic throw down of rock and roll.  Guitars start twanging, heads start rolling and boots meet asses starting at 9.

A night of jams takes over The Big Easy in Portland as the super fun and super talented dude known as John Clavette brings his band to the stage for a evening of fun. Also kicking out the jams for you to get funky to will be Portland’s own Line of Force.  The party starts at 8 o’clock.

Empire Dine and Dance in Portland is getting into the Halloween spirit this evening with their Voodoo event upstairs tonight.  HD R&B will be kicking out some soul and funk amidst an atmosphere of voodoo inspired art.  It should be a unique and strange experience, so check it out starting at 9.

 

Slainte Wine Bar & Lounge in Portland hosts a pretty cool show tonight with a couple of unique acts doing their thing on stage this evening.  Tonight you can check out Portland’s Jesse Gertz as his performs under his pseudonym Glass Fingers for a set of live instruments mixed with humor and a batch of strange electronic effects alongside Mr. Neet and Saturday Giant.  Things get started right around 9pm.

 

And downstairs at The Asylum in Portland tonight is this Saturday’s Home Event, which cleverly enough features house music from DJs Jamie O’Sullivan, Marcus Caine, Chris Gauthier and Ryan Tapia.  It’s a free event and the fellas promise to make you dance all night long as they celebrate their two year anniversary of the series starting at 9 o’clock tonight.

Another place to shake what your momma gave ya takes place over at Flask Lounge this evening. Starting at 9 DJs Barry Juicy and Che Ross invite you to get down at their free dance party.

If you just want to kick it with a beverage and take in the scenes of the Old Port on a Saturday night then head over to Sonny’s right around 10 o’clock where mosart212 will be spinning records all night long.


 

Paranoid Social Club will be bringing the thunder in Old Town tonight as they rock and roll it over at Kingman’s.  The fellas will be cranking ‘em out starting at 9 tonight.

 

If you’re up in Bangor tonight, head over to Impanema Bar & Grille where the very unique prog-rock band, The 220s will be playing.  The 220s take their influences from The Beatles to Pink Floyd to Radiohead and create something that is truly all their own.  I’ve been nothing but impressed by these dudes, so if you find yourself in the area, check them out starting at 9:30

Shit is going to get LOUD down in Dover Rock City tonight as Portland’s own Murcielago and Whitcomb take the stage at The Dover Brickhouse alongside Boston’s Planetoid. Buy a hat and get ready to hold the eff on to it starting at 9.

FRIG IT, IT’S FRIDAY.

It’s cold and wet and I’m incredibly tired, shamelessly eating chicken tenders while I write this (late) blog, but you know what? It’s mothahuggin’ Friday and I am overwhelmingly happy about that simple fact.  Suck it, throw on some rubbah boots and get ready to party down this evening! Here we go, my babies!

The State Theatre is hosting the world premiere of five short Maine-made films this evening as part of this year’s annual showcase known as Damnationland: The Way Life Should Bleed. The program presents genre-defying original works from Maine’s finest filmmakers that redefine the classic thriller and horror categories, leaning toward visions that are surreal, comedic, and artful, while still providing scares, shocks and surprises. This is big to-do this evening so swing by The State at 7 to check it out and get yourself ready for Halloween whilst supporting awesome, local artists.

A full night of roots music blows through Blue on Congress Street in Portland tonight where starting at 8 o’clock you can check out a full set from Dark Hollow Bottling Company followed by Matt Meyer and Gumption Junction at 10!

Some very talented cats in the form of LQH (that’s Chas Lester, Tyler Quist and Evan Haines) take over Dogfish Bar and Grill on Free Street in Portland this evening.  They bring their melting pot of sound that includes everything from soul to jazz to funk to rock to the Dogfish stage beginning at 8:30 tonight.  Head on over and check ‘em out.

Better get your partying done at Prime Artist Studios while you can and what better way to do it than with an awesome glowing keg party?  Tonight join Superorder along with Capture The Sun, Contrapposto, Eastern Spell and Sand Castle for any evening of glow and the dark revelry, progressive, psychedelic, pop, metal and electronic ambient sounds.  Basically there’s a little bit of everything for everyone so if you’re old enough and ready to throw down at a crazy ass shindig, make your way down to the Prime space around 8 tonight.

Dance parties seem to be a thing this evening so let’s start with one that’s taking place over at Bayside Bowl with garage rockin’ from JJ and the Cuban Heels and The Gamma Goochies. DJ Matt Little will be on hand spinning some groovy tunes in between sets as well so check it out starting at 8.

It almost seems as if the Kill the Karaoke dudes are on a southern Maine tour.  All summer they held it down in OOB and tonight you can find them out in The Boonies at The Buxton Tavern in Buxton, Maine doing their live karaoke thing.  The fellas will be bringing their live band karaoke to the country alongside their host and local comedian Connor McGrath.  It’s the only karaoke that truly lets your inner rock star shine through and it all gets started right around 8:30 tonight.

A bad ass rock and/or roll show is going down at Geno’s in Portland tonight where Lorem Ipsum Recordings presents The Coalsack in Crux with Rural Ghosts and Arcane Lore. Lots and lots of awesome sounds will start hitting your earholes right around 9, so go ahead and check it out.

Local hip hop heavy J.J. King celebrates the pre-release of his debut solo album down at The Big Easy in Portland tonight. King, who you’ll definitely recognize from his work with Labseven as well as The Dirty White Hates, steps out on his own tonight in support of his first solo endeavor.  The evening will kick off with performances from Labseven and Doc Joshua and the one and only Mallett Brothers Band will act as King’s backing band to bring the album to life.  Get your ass downtown around 9 o’clock.

 

If you’re looking to check out a little Drum & Bass action this evening then mosey on down to Flask Lounge in Portland where The Digital Mercenaries will be delivering sounds that are sure to make you shake your hips all night long.  Tonight’s event starts at 9 o’clock and will feature sets from Miztah Lex as well as a plethora of other DJs, so check it out.

And more ways for you to shake it like a salt shaker are happening over at Slainte Wine Bar & Lounge where DJs Tremendous Cream and Petfinder will be spinning the best soul, garage, pop and more starting at 9 o’clock!

If you’re looking for some unique jams this evening then head on upstairs at Empire Dine and Dance where Three Legged Fox, Fear Nuttin’ Band and Portland’s own Beat Horizon will be providing some danceable grooves for your Friday eve beginning at 9.

Velourosaurus will be bringing the party all the way up to Rangeley, Maine this evening as they play at Moose Alley. Moose Alley is a one-of-a-kind venue up in Rangeley that not only features a bowling alley and live music, but there’s an indoor fire pit as well; it’s pretty badass. Velourosaurus will be providing the soundtrack for a party this evening with their rock/funk/jam explosion starting at 8.

Singing Thursday’s Praises

Maybe I blacked out some where along the way, but it definitely seems like this week flew right by and you know what I say?  Good riddance, because that means we’re one day closer to the freakin’ weekend and me not having to do 8,000 things in the span of 24 hours. Yes, I like to bitch, deal with it. I think this Thursday might be experiencing a slight identity crisis because with all the great stuff going on tonight it sure is acting a lot like Friday.  Let’s check it out, eh?

If you’re hanging in Westbrook this evening swing by The Frog & Turtle where local musician David Jacquet does his acoustic duo thing this evening.  Beginning at 6 o’clock, David will be playing some acoustic jams alongside his Uke n’ Smile bandmate, Keith Kitchin. It’s a free gig , there’s terrific food, and boozy drinks, so check it out if you’re in the area this evening.

Tonight you can check out Nashville’s Infamous Stringdusters, who have created their own unique sound by combining virtuosic chops on five traditional instruments while pushing the genre of bluegrass music forward with their improvised stylings, superb musicianship and experimental performance and songwriting. Check ‘em out over at Port City Music Hall starting at 8 o’clock.

Sometimes all you really need is a good laugh and tonight at The Asylum you’ll be able to get exactly what you need thanks to this week’s edition of Local Laughs.  Beginning at 8 o’clock you can check out comedy sets from local laugh-makers B-Rad, Connor McGrath, Bill Gray and John Scribner.  There’ll even be an improv portion of the evening from the one and only Trend Centers and all for the admission price of FREE.  So check it out and get your laugh on!

So here’s the exceptionally awkward portion of today’s Newz where I have to talk about a band I’m in without sounding like a total douche.  Here goes nothing… The Desires are celebrating the 21st birthday of our buddy JT with a whole night of your favorite dances tunes from then and now spun on vinyl by Kurt Baker and friends as well as a live set of tunes from Portland’s garage pop rock sensations, The Desires.  We promise to bring the Thursday thunder and only for a measly three bucks!  If you come and don’t throw things at my person I might just buy you a cheap beer.  The party starts at 9 upstairs at Empire Dine and Dance.

The Big Easy‘s regular, chilled out Thursday crowd will be shuffling in right around 9:30 for this week’s Band Beyond Description show. What to expect: hula hoops, hippies, and good times for all with Portland’s favorite Grateful Dead cover band, who actually cover way more than just The Dead. So if you’re into mellowing your mind, get your can over to The Big Easy.

 

North of Nashville will be rocking it tonight over at Brian Boru right around 9:30pm and won’t stop the party until last call. Jay and Andrew infuse their love of pop music with a little bit of bluegrass for a sound that is truly American.  This is a free show and always a lot of fun, so check it out.

If you want to do some rocking and/or rolling tonight to everything from The Grateful Dead to Stevie Wonder, Charlie Daniels, The Beatles and everything in between, then you should probably scoot your pooch over to Gritty’s on Fore Street in Portland for another Thursday night with Velourosaurus.  It’s always free and always a helluva time so check ‘em out starting right around 9:30.

 

 Feature Image of The Nunz courtesy of Arlyn Vaughan Photography.

What’s The What This Wednesday

I honestly have no time for tomfoolery this evening as I just completed a full day of work at my big girl job and am now off to a blog training, followed by a rehearsal, followed by more blogging, so take a look and figure out what in the hell you want to do this Hump Day! (Premenstrualsaurus Rex out!)

Wednesdays mean open mic night over at Slainte in Portland where local musicians showcase their original songs from 8 to 10. So if you’re looking to either play some new tunes or simply take some in, then head on down tonight for good music, good times and good people.

Local folk-rock artist Brian Patricks will be playing a handful of original tunes coupled with classics that everyone knows and loves over at RiRa on Commercial Street in Portland this evening. Patricks begins his set right around 8:30pm.

The Clash of the Titans has been heating up these past couple of weeks and things aren’t cooling off anytime soon as tonight the weekly event invites you to take a very pastel walk down memory lane as yacht rockers Lionel Richie and Kenney Loggins duke it out on stage.  Shine up those dancing shoes and get ready to cut loose all night long beginning at 9 o’clock upstairs at Empire Dine and Dance.

It’s going to get rhymetastic over at The Big Easy in Portland tonight where another installment of Rap Night goes down starting at 9 o’clock this evening.  Every Wednesday at Rap Night is always a helluva time and wicked cheap, dude; $3 at the door gets your ass in to one epic party featuring some of local hip-hops heaviest hitters, so check it out.

Doing It To It This Tuesday

Doing it to it is the only way I can describe my own actions this week.  Or maybe chooglin’, like the CCR song, either way I’m hammering to make it to Friday.  If you’re hoping to let off a little steam this Tuesday night with some tasty tuneage then check out what the what is around town.

 

John Sinclair will be doing a reading at Bull Feeney’s in Portland tonight starting at 7:30. Sinclair was not only a DJ, activist and writer, but was also the manager of the MC5 and a founder of the White Panther party in Detroit back in the 60s. Basically he is the shit and if you have some time this evening you should check him out.

Legendary musician Glen Campbell visits Portland this evening during his Goodbye Tour. Campbell, who has been dubbed a true American musical icon having written hit songs that include Galvestone, Witchita Lineman, Rhinestone Cowboy and Gentle on My Mind, was diagnosed with Alzeheimer’s.  Campbell’s Goodbye Tour serves as a celebration of his five-decade plus career as well as the release of his final studio album, Ghost on the Canvas.  Tonight this legend will take the stage of Merrill Audtiorium beginning at 7:30pm.

Music lost a powerful force last week as Maine’s own Nick Curran lost his battle to cancer.  This week WMPG’s DJPJ pays tribute to this outstanding blues rock and roller with a tribute show that will air from 8:30 to 10pm.  This evening DJPJ welcomes local musicians who knew Nick into the studio to celebrate his life and music.  Tune in before you head out on the town tonight at 90.9 FM.

Another edition of Drop It: Open Tables Night at Flask Lounge in Portland takes place this evening.  Beginning at 9 o’clock you can sign up for a slot DJing on some open tables over at The Flask, all you need to bring are some records, CDS, and a pair of headphones.  Tonight Nocturnal provides an opening set of house music to get things started. This one’s absolutely free-of-charge, so check it out.

Another freebie to check out is over at Slainte Wine Bar & Lounge as DJ Ponyfarm presents another entertainment-filled evening of karaoke.  That’s right, if you’re looking to belt it out and be your own rockstar, you can do just that starting at 9 o’clock tonight and with absolutely no cover charge.

Hell yes! Cover to Cover returns tonight after a brief hiatus and tonight The Big Easy is ready to rock the eff out as local progressive/psych rockers Lit On The Flash take the stage to perform not only an original set of bad ass tunes, but Nirvana’s notorious album Nevermind in its entirety.  Let’s get grungy starting at 9!

 If you wanna take some time out this Tuesday night and chill out to some experimental jazz that mosey on over to Local 188 on Congress Street this evening where the Jaw Gems will be doing their thing from 10 o’clock until closing time.

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