Stumptown Soul Holiday Spectacular

Wonder Ballroom, 128 NE Russell St, Portland, Oregon 97212


A Benefit for the The Jeremy Wilson Foundation and Children's Cancer Association

When: Saturday, December 14, 2019 Where: Wonder Ballroom

This holiday spectacular features performances by:

Dan Berkery • Mark Bowden • Paul Brainard • Peter Dammann • Kris Deelane • Matthew Flowers • Lefty Head • Steve Kerin • Aundria Lauren • Lilla • Karen Lovely • Pete Moss • Katy Oberg • Michael Quinby • Jim Quinby • Steven D Savoie • Lucinda Savoie • Tim Shaughnessy • Heidi Gean Shuler • Alan Spinrad • Jenny Spinrad • Scott Van Schoick • Arietta Ward • Jim Wolfe

Proceeds from the performance will benefit the Jeremy Wilson Foundation. We will also be collecting unwrapped toys for Children's Cancer Association.

TICKETS Tickets ($22 advance, $30 door) PLEASE NOTE: Tickets are available for purchase at the Wonder Ballroom box office or online.

Please bring a new unwrapped toy for the Children's Cancer Association

For more information:

Media Requests/Event Information Erika Olsen 206•818•5934 Peter Dammann 503•341•2409

This concert is presented by Waterfront Blues Festival, which has featured many of the Holiday Soul stars and musicians ON ITS STAGES; and BY Stumptown Holiday Soul

All Things Must Pass - A 50th Anniversary Celebration!

Revolution Hall, 1300 SE Stark St, #110, Portland, Oregon 97214

First released by "The Quiet Beatle" on November 27, 1970, All Things Must Pass stands out as Harrison's Magnum Opus and arguably, the best post Beatles release by any of the Fab Four.

In 2002 Olivia and Dhani Harrison memorialized George on the one year anniversary of his death with a concert at London's Royal Albert Hall. The Concert for George featured famed English guitarist Eric Clapton as musical director with a special opening Indian classical music performance by Ravi and Anoushka Shankar.

For one night only, 30+ musicians forming a veritable who's who across Portland's music scene get together to take you back to that night at Royal Albert Hall! We will give you the first four sides of All Things Must Pass in all its original Phil Spector glory followed up with a wide-ranging retrospective of George's solo career. From I'd Have You Anytime to Hear Me Lord, It is all here, just as you remember it!