Singer-songwriter Jeremy Wilson Portland, OR

The new album:
Empty Through Empty Space


"The acoustic-driven album finds him stretching into the Americana twang and slapback vocals of "Mary" and the rush of horns that drives "Let a Poor Man Beg," though songs such as "Rushing Out" and "The Whisper" settle into a comfortable exploration of the '90s rock era's softer side. It even features a sort of Dharma Bums reunion, with the original quartet all playing on the heavy "I Can't Bury You." - David Greenwald, Oregonlive

Upcoming Shows

Previous events

The Next Waltz

Alberta Rose Theatre, 3000 NE Alberta St, Portland

The Next Waltz Nov 25, 2016 at 8:00 PM Doors 7:00 Nov 26, 2016 at 8:00 PM Doors 7:00 Nov 27, 2016 at 7:00 PM Doors 6:00

Minors OK when accompanied by a parent or guardian

$28 Advance | $32 at the Door

For the 6th year in a row, a stellar lineup of Portland all-stars sing and play the music from The Band's final concert, which happened 40 years ago this month, and was made into the best ever rock and roll concert film and classic album.

Last year's Next Waltz sold out in advance, so be sure to get your tickets early!

This show features a FULL BAR.

A portion of the proceeds benefit the Jeremy Wilson Foundation and patrons are encouraged to bring two non-perishable food items for Oregon Food Bank.

The Next Waltz

Alberta Rose Theatre, 3000 NE Alberta St, Portland

The Next Waltz Nov 25, 2016 at 8:00 PM Doors 7:00 Nov 26, 2016 at 8:00 PM Doors 7:00 Nov 27, 2016 at 7:00 PM Doors 6:00

Minors OK when accompanied by a parent or guardian

$28 Advance | $32 at the Door

For the 6th year in a row, a stellar lineup of Portland all-stars sing and play the music from The Band's final concert, which happened 40 years ago this month, and was made into the best ever rock and roll concert film and classic album.

Last year's Next Waltz sold out in advance, so be sure to get your tickets early!

This show features a FULL BAR.

A portion of the proceeds benefit the Jeremy Wilson Foundation and patrons are encouraged to bring two non-perishable food items for Oregon Food Bank.

The Next Waltz

Alberta Rose Theatre, 3000 NE Alberta St, Portland

The Next Waltz Nov 25, 2016 at 8:00 PM Doors 7:00 Nov 26, 2016 at 8:00 PM Doors 7:00 Nov 27, 2016 at 7:00 PM Doors 6:00

Minors OK when accompanied by a parent or guardian

$28 Advance | $32 at the Door

For the 6th year in a row, a stellar lineup of Portland all-stars sing and play the music from The Band's final concert, which happened 40 years ago this month, and was made into the best ever rock and roll concert film and classic album.

Last year's Next Waltz sold out in advance, so be sure to get your tickets early!

This show features a FULL BAR.

A portion of the proceeds benefit the Jeremy Wilson Foundation and patrons are encouraged to bring two non-perishable food items for Oregon Food Bank.

Smiths To Smithereens

Doug Fir Lounge, 830 E Burnside St , Portland, Oregon 97214

It's the 2nd annual FROM SMITHS TO SMITHEREENS: A Tribute to 80s College Rock with 21 great PDX bands, including The Upsidedown, Pete Krebs, Rick Bain & the Genius Position and Jeremy Wilson. Early all-ages show and late 21+ show. All proceeds go to p:ear.

To raise money and promote membership for p:ear core, p:ear's monthly giving club, 21 Portland bands have been enlisted to play a few of their favorite ‘80s college rock covers. What better way to raise money for a music mentoring program for homeless and transitional youth than by channeling the DIY optimism and activism of the ’80s rock underground?

A $10 pledge to p:ear core gets you entry into a raffle with awesome prizes including a guitar from Trade Up Music, room from the Jupiter Hotel, passes to the Doug Fir Lounge and a guitar signed by Tom Morello from Rage Against The Machine!

Thanks to our sponsors ThinkShout, Everett Street Autoworks, The Meriwether Group and character3 creative!

TICKETS HERE: Late show (8pm - midnight) http://ticketf.ly/2dOXrMM The Upsidedown The Get Ahead Jeremy Wilson The Reverberations One Life Portland Little Sue The Welfare State Jaycob Van Auken The Zags Pacific Mean Time The Hauer Things Wild Bells

Early all-ages show (4 - 7pm) http://ticketf.ly/2euFhkI Rick Bain and the Genius Position Pete Krebs Music a certain smile Miller and Sasser Ezra Holbrook Wilkinson Blades Supercrow The Stubborn Lovers Louder Than Moz

Dream.Do.Dazzle - Celebration of Lisa Lepine

Crystal Ballroom, 1332 W Burnside St, Portland

If you know Lisa Lepine, the PRO-Motion Queen, you know what this is. Besides being an inspirational fairy godmother, promoter and publicist, for many years she was a primary booker for the McMenamin's organization which has donated a night at the Crystal Ballroom for this memorial tribute show.

Emceed by KMHD DJ, Oregon Music News Editor-in-Chief, and longtime friend of Lisa's, Tom D'Antoni, the night's musical lineup will represent as many of Lisa's past and present clients as possible. We will be announcing the final lineup in the coming weeks.

Special commemorative and limited-edition Lisa Lepine merchandise will be on sale.

All proceeds from ticket and merch sales benefit the Jeremy Wilson Foundation's Lisa Lepine Musicians Relief Fund.

Please note, this is a 21+ event.

MEDIA CONTACT Matt Kalinowski Noctilucent Arts noctilucent@q.com

Gram Jam - Tribute to Gram Parsons

McMenamins Mission Theater, 1624 NW Glisan St, Portland

First Annual Gram Jam A Tribute to Gram Parsons

The Mission Theater, Portland Oregon, November 12th 2016 Shorty and the Mustangs Host, a concert featuring the music of Gram Parsons

Proceeds from the evening will benefit the Jeremy Wilson Foundation

Shorty and the Mustangs celebrate their 20th anniversary and commemorate the 70th birthday of Gram Parsons. Current and former members of the band with special guests to include: Amanda Richards and The Good Long Whiles, Steve Lockwood and The Redeemed with Monica Nelson, Mama Coal, Dan Haley, Rachel Mann, Robin Susskind, Miller and Sasser, David Lipkind, Lara Carlyle, Pete Burak, Suzanne Elstad and Curly LaJolla, Scott Hay, Harley James and a few surprises.

Gram Parsons lived just 26 years but made an indelible mark on the genre that would come to be known as Americana. He called it Cosmic American Music and his two solo albums and work with the International Submarine Band, The Byrds and Flying Burrito Brothers are his legacy. The music scene of Portland, Oregon draws inspiration from his legacy like few others. Many local bands include his songs in their repertoire as have Shorty and the Mustangs throughout their twenty year history. Join us for a night of unforgettable music and memories!

The Jeremy Wilson Foundation 501(c)3nonprofit health and services organization is supported by friends, family and fans. The JWF makes it easy to directly assist individual musicians and their families during medical emergencies. The JWF Musicians’ Emergency Healthcare Fund is a safety net for musicians and their families when facing debilitating medical crisis. The JWF creates better access to resources and information to help improve the state of musicians’ health and healthcare, and, in turn, their careers and financial and overall well-being. Since 2010 the JWF has granted over $325,000.00 in direct assistance to Portland and regional musicians and their families. For more information visit their website at www.thejwf.org

Additional Info: Advanced tickets: $10.00 at McMenamins.com Day of Show:$15.00 21+Event Doors open at 7:00 pm, Show at 8:00 pm.

Notes of Hope

Alberta Rose Theatre, 3000 NE Alberta St, Portland

The HHH Foundation Notes of Hope is a fundraising concert presented by Acme Construction Supply Co benefitting the AYA Program at OHSU Knight Cancer Institute. Notes of Hope began in memory of Bethany Hartung, who died of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in June 2007 at the age of 21. The HHH Foundation was founded in memory of Hugh Housen who died of Ewings Sarcoma in 2005 at the age of 25. Both Bethany and Hugh inspire us daily to find a cure for cancer and assist those young adults continuing to fight the disease.

This partnership of Notes of Hope and the HHH Foundation continues for the third year with the common goal of raising funds for the AYA Program to provide essential patient services tailored to the unique needs of the AYA population in the northwest.

This year’s concert, Friday, November 11th at the Alberta Rose Theatre, will continue in the tradition of providing great music from local talents and live storytelling from AYAs.

Featuring Young Adult Cancer Survivors: Juliana Person Adam Gniewosz Rollin & Stephanie Carlson

Music: Sean Croghan with Jeremy Wilson Janet Julian Pete Krebs Music

Host: Becky Braunstein

Special thanks to Presenting Sponsor Acme Construction Supply Co!

For more info and full storyteller and artist bios, check out the website: www.notesofhopepdx.org!

Third Orbit Anniversary Party

Ecliptic Brewing, 825 N Cook St, Portland

Join us to celebrate our Third Orbit! Rare beer, great food, live music, and good times.

Rare beers tapped on the hour from 11:00am to 5:00pm. Some of these beers will be revealed as our anniversary party gets closer. Stay tuned.

Want to be the first to get your hands on our Third Orbit Anniversary Ale, an Imperial Porter brewed with cherries? This party will be your chance!

Live music open to all ages. There will be a suggested donation for entry with `100% of the donations going to the Jeremy Wilson Foundation. Find more out about it here: http://thejwf.org/.

5:30pm Ed and the Boats https://www.facebook.com/EdandtheBoats/?fref=ts

6:30pm Jeremy Wilson www.jeremy-wilson.com

7:30pm Kory Quinn http://www.koryquinn.com/

8:30pm Fernando https://www.facebook.com/FernandoMusic/?fref=ts

Free brewery tours from 11am to 3pm. Amuse Bouches from Chef Michael will be offered throughout the day.

Special Third Orbit anniversary shirts will be available.

Pete Krebs / Sean Croghan / Jeremy Wilson

The Deer Lodge

Old school PDX

Pete Krebs Sean Croghan Jeremy Wilson

$5, music from 6-10pm

FOR LOCATION DETAILS GO TO: https://www.facebook.com/events/214935675542793/

Bob Dylan's 75th Birthday Bash

Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi Ave, Portland, Oregon 97227

A birthday bash for Bob Dylan's 75th featuring The Paul Brainard Horns, The Quick and Easy Boys w/ Steve Kerin, Lewi Longmire and The Left Coast Roasters ,The Adequates, Gravel, Wonderly, Anna Tivel and Jeffery Martin, Adam East and Kris Daleen, Taylor Kingman, Ben Larsen, Leigh Jones, Karyn Ann, Tommy Alexander & Paris. MC'ed by Jeff Rosenberg.

Proceeds from this years show will go to benefit The Jeremy Wilson Foundation 501(c)3 musicians health & services organization. JWF Artist Relief Fund campaigns and services provide a direct way for friends, family and fans to assist individual musicians and their families during medical emergencies. Donations are tax deductible. www.thejwf.org

Jeremy Wilson & Steve Wilkinson Live Happy Hour Show

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Star Day Tavern, 6517 SE Foster Rd,, Portland, Oregon 97206

Local musicians are helping step up the tempo behind the effort to Save Outdoor School with a Monday performance series planned at the Starday Tavern for this month.

Monday, April 25: Jeremy Wilson & Paul Brainard and Steve Wilkinson

About Jeremy Wilson Jeremy Wilson (plays with Paul Brainard) was born in Detroit Michigan in 1968, and by way of North Carolina, moved to Scotts Mills, Oregon in 1976. A naturally artsy kid, he began learning music at the age of 5 and by 14, became a member of the band The Watchmen and began performing in front of adoring crowds throughout Oregon. He later became the singer and driving force behind seminal rock bands Dharma Bums and Pilot. In 2010, he founded The Jeremy Wilson Foundation musicians’ emergency health care service which has given more than $300,000.00 in assistance grants to Oregon and Clark County musicians. His latest album is the beautifully produced Empty Through Empty Space. Learn more at jeremy-wilson.com

About Steve Wilkinson Working the stages and studios in Portland and the greater Northwest over the past two decades, singer/songwriter Steve Wilkinson has cemented his position as one of the region’s most honest & consistent voices in rock. His Wilkinson Blades ‘4:00 AM’ is a richly evocative & layered album, ruminating on past pleasures and loves, but firmly looking toward a bright future. Steve has also fronted Gravelpit (Schizophonic records), Mission 5, and currently plays drums with The Tipsy Ramblers.

https://www.reverbnation.com/wilkinsonblades

www.wilkinsonblades.net

For background and additional information about Outdoor School for All, visit http://www.outdoorschoolforall.org/

Pearl Dive Project

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BodyVox Dance Center, 1201 NW 17th Ave, , Portland OR 97209

SEE TICKET LINK April 7, 8, 9 - 7:30 pm April 14, 15, 16 - 7:30 pm April 21, 22, 23 - 7:30 pm April 16, 23 - 2 pm

Jeremy was invited to be a guest choreographer (using his music too!) as part of the BodyVox dance companies Pearl Dive Project. It runs from April 7th thru the 23rd. Here's what BodyVox says about it:

Does creative genius extend beyond the boundaries of one’s craft? Join us for an unprecedented approach to dancemaking as we delve into the heart of creativity. 8 creatives who have never danced will be handed the choreography keys to BodyVox’s high-octane company of dancers. What will happen when artists and innovators working at the peak of their profession immerse themselves in a craft they’ve never considered? We can’t wait to find out!

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musicians’ nonprofit health and services organization supported by friends, family and fans.  Making it easy to directly assist individual musicians and their families during medical emergencies.

The Jeremy Wilson Foundation 501(c)3 musicians’ nonprofit health and services organization supported by friends, family and fans. Making it easy to directly assist individual musicians and their families during medical emergencies.

We are rushing out throwing ourselves out like stars; rushing out; in tandem; creating all; we are now.

We are rushing out throwing ourselves out like stars; rushing out; in tandem; creating all; we are now.