3702 S.E. Hawthorne Blvd. / Portland, OR, 97214
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Bagdad Theater & Pub - Back Stage Bar
Bar opens at 3 p.m.Party 6 p.m. 'til 8 p.m.
21 and over
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Bar opens at 3 p.m.Party 6 p.m. 'til 8 p.m.21 and over
Come out to the Back Stage Bar to enjoy whiskey served at the newly-installed 130-year-old cherrywood bar, which we salvaged from the Lotus Cardroom.Enjoy whiskey from the U.S., Canada, Japan, Ireland and Scotland to taste, and many whiskeys will be available for purchase. We'll also have special cocktails and hearty appetizers.Passed appetizers (free)• White Cheddar Grits "Fries" with Remoulade• Smoked Paprika-Glazed Andouille Bites• Creole Deviled Eggs• Sweet Corn Hush PuppiesDrink Specials $6• Mary Pickford: rum, pineapple juice, grenadine• French 75: sparkling wine, orange bitters, sugar, and gin (or brandy)• Bees Knees: gin, runny, honey, lemon• Bull and Bear: bourbon, lime juice, grenadine, orange liqueurLive MusicTrashcan Joe from 6 p.m. 'til 8 p.m.
“Trashcan Joe is a marvel, a wonder that defies categorization in any sort of contemporary setting.” Don Campbell, The Oregonian
Trashcanjo n. [trash kan jo] A banjo made out of a trashcan. Ideology based on maximum musical output from recycled minimum input. Coffee brewed in a trash can.
Soaring vocal harmonies and modern song writing set in a soundscape harkening to the early jazz era; Trashcan Joe has a unique sound with a broad appeal. The fact that the instruments are made from recycled and found objects is quickly lost to their stellar musicianship. It’s no wonder they are a steadily working live band and have performed at events such as Pickathon, Burning Man, Oregon Public Broadcasting’s Live Wire, The Northwest Folklife Festival in Seattle, Oregon Country Fair, and were the house band at the Candidates Gone Wild at the Roseland Theater.
Trashcan Joe also has soundtrack work on the resumé. They scored the music for the Aurora award winning OPB special Zig-Zag which explores the stories of several Portland area commuters. Later came the feature motion picture Lipstick and Dynamite, which chronicles the history of women’s wrestling and includes TJoe music as part of the soundtrack. TCJ was well received at NYC’s 2008 Tribeca Film Festival in the film “The Auteur.” Most recently they licensed music for a TV commercial by American Family Insurance.Cap’n James Cook is vocals and creator of the Trashcanjo, the Trashcan Bass, the Tuborgan, and the Can o’ PA. The beloved founder has written more songs than you and your three best friends combined. He is a former member of the Wags, and current member of Ipanemia.Jason Wells is vocals, cornet, zob stick, and lead extrovert. He is the composer of some of Tjoe’s most memorable songs. While his cornet isn’t actually made from a trash can, he claims to affect a “trashy style”. A member of March Fourth Marching Band, and engineer of Trashcan Joe recordings, at his studio Audiowells.
Mike Danner is vocals, accordion, melodica, a tuborgan honey-voiced singer, and a slick jazz accordionist. Mike was featured on Oregon Public Broadcasting’s Oregon Art Beat; performs solo and with his band Velvida Underground. He has an Accordion Crimes website that features duets with Portland’s premier songwriters.
Yascha Noonberg is trashcan bass, and vocals. In his the band Calynco, he is the master of the steel drum. In Trashcan Joe he is the master of a much more refined instrument, the steel trashcan bass. A true musical alchemist, Yascha can turn garbage into gold at will. The owner of Starfish Studios, he records and teaches some of Portland’s best musicians, all while making bubbling and gurgling noises.
Trashcan Joe is what you have, and that is more than enough – Joe
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