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JD McPherson at the Wonder Ballroom

Monday, January 11, 2016

 

JD McPherson will bring his revivalist and pioneering brand of roots rock to the Wonder Ballroom this Wednesday.

McPherson, who claims that ‘Keep a Knockin’ by Little Richard is the “best song ever made,” is known for a unique style of rock’n’roll. It blends forgotten lessons from the genre’s earliest days with modernities of studio techniques and 21st century singer/songwriter idiosyncracies.

McPherson is touring with LA-based duo HoneyHoney, promoting their new album, “3.” 

The music begins at 9 PM on Wednesday, January 13 at the Wonder Ballroom, located at 128 NE Russel Street in Portland. For more information or to get your tickets, visit the online box-office.

 

Related Slideshow: Slideshow: KISS Concert In Lake Oswego

KISS Concert In Lake Oswego Raises Over A Million Dollars for Oregon Military Museum

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KISS & The Millers

Gene Simmons, Eric Singer, Rick and Erika Miller, Paul Stanley and Tommy Thayer in Lake Oswego for the All Star Salute to Oregon's Military. Photo by David A. Barss. 

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Patrick Lamb

Patrick Lamb played a stirring rendition of America The Beautiful at the All Star Salute. Photo by David A. Barss. 

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Steve Dunn

Steve Dunn had the pleasure of emceeing the event and introducing KISS. 
Photo by David A. Barss. 

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Gene Simmons

Gene Simmons at the cocktail reception prior to the concert. Gene donated $10,000 in honor of his mother. Photo by David A. Barss. 

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Tommy Thayer

Tommy Thayer was the driving force behind KISS performing at the fundraiser for a new military museum that will bear his father's name. Photo by David A. Barss. 

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Amy & Tommy

Amy Maxwell and Tommy Thayer on the lawn at All Star Salute

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John & Erika

John Bladholm and Erika Miller at the cocktail party just prior to the dinner, auction and KISS concert.

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Rachael & Julianne

Rachael Mortensen and Julianne Johnson during the KISS concert in Lake Oswego. 

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Rick, Erik, Jody & John

Rick Miller, Jody Stahancyk, Erik Miller and John Crawford just before dinner. 

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KISS

KISS in concert in Lake Oswego.

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KISS

The KISS Concert in Lake Oswego raised over 1 million dolllars for the Oregon Military Museum.

 
 

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