303 SW 12th Avenue Portland, OR, 97204
Saturday, March 4, 2023
Crystal Hotel - Al's Den
6:30 pm doors, 7pm show
$10 in advance, $10 day of showLimited Seating, first come first serve. Expect standing room.
21 and over
6:30 pm doors, 7pm show$10 in advance, $10 day of showLimited Seating, first come first serve. Expect standing room.21 and over
Jacob Miller is an artist that creates with intention and integrity. Preferring lyrical precision over flashy production, Miller's skillful yet effortless guitar style serves as a modern take on the established yet expansive genre of Singer-Songwriter. With unusual candor and intent, Miller stands apart for his thoughtful musicality and timeless sound.
Writing music from the age of 13, gigging heavily in different bands and even working as a farm hand while studying the regional sound throughout North America, Miller's culmination of experiences have embedded themselves in his musical stylings. In this way, his style is a reflection of his learnings, creating an approachable nature while balancing subtle sophistication. Garnering praise while performing for NBC's "The Voice" in 2020, Nick Jonas said Miller is "connected to every word he sings" and James Taylor admitted that the aspiring artist has "really got something."
Drawing in fans from around the world, Miller is known for his passion and authenticity. With a string of singles and a debut album already out (This New Home, 2019), Miller has just ushered in a new chapter with the anticipated release of his sophomore album, Around My Head. The album is a collaboration with Patrick Tetreault, Craig Alvin (Kacey Musgraves, Brittany Howard) and Grammy-winning composer/trumpeter, Charlie Porter. Around My Head aims to draw from his past music while establishing a fresh take on his abilities as a songwriter, composer and bandleader.
Cuchulain is a low-voiced songwriter with a wry wit. The NPR Music-featured folk singer released an album of long distance pandemic collaborations called FEAT on Nov 5 that has been called "an as-yet-unpublished portion of the Great American Songbook." Cuchulain's deep baritone and clever lyrics have drawn comparisons to Randy Newman, Leonard Cohen, and Johnny Cash. From rooms as big as the Kennedy Center or as small as a friend's living room, Cuchulain's lyrics have brought laughs and tears to audiences across the US.
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