Radio Stranger wrote a Christmas song because we were playing a holiday party and the hosts encouraged us to play our own songs that celebrate the holiday season. We sort of looked at each other... (silence)... Well, I guess we're going to write a Christmas song. But it can't be cheesy. It can't be too lovey-dovey. No wise men or Jesus in the manger. It can't be a crooner song (at which point we both break into our best Frank Sinatra voices). Well what can it be about? Christmas Lights! Everyone loves Christmas Lights! So with no further ado, here it is... ta da!! "Christmas Lights" recorded live at a Cafe Artichoke Holiday Benefit Concert. Merry Christmas. Happy Holidays. One World, One Love.
Acoustic Music That Grooves
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Durango Songwriters Expo
Woody meeting and greeting music supervisors and publishers - playing and pitching songs.
Radio Stranger at Northwood Pub
Time for a road trip across the river. Radio Stranger plays the NW wilds of Battle Ground, WA. BTW, the food at Northwood Pub is excellent!!!!
Kelly Brightwell & Friends
Join Kelly Brightwell and Friends for an evening of original music and collaboration! Featuring Kelly Brightwell, Woody Moran, Michael Henchman, Anne Weiss, Radio Stranger.
Robin Greene Show features Woody Moran
Robin Greene plays a benefit concert for Artichoke Music. Joining Robin are Woody Moran, Michael Henchman and Dale Jones. Tickets $15 at the door.
Radio Stranger Book Notes Concert Series
Join Radio Stranger at the Wilsonville Public Library for a special free performance of the Book Notes Concert Series. All ages welcome. (503) 682-2744
Radio Stranger at Northwood Pub
Radio Stranger plays the NW wilds of Battle Ground, WA. Joining Kelly & Woody on stage is Jean-Pierre Garau on keys and Jeff Koch on guitar. It's a small stage, Making bets on who falls off. BTW, the food at Northwood Pub is excellent!!!!
Radio Stranger At Summer's End
Radio Stranger returns to one of our favorite listening rooms, Cafe Artichoke. Tickets $15 ea
Radio Stranger performs Art In The Pearl
Art In The Pearl, The Northwest Park blocks of Portland, Oregon, between W Davis and NW Flanders at NW 8th Avenue., Portland, Oregon
Art In The Pearl has been named one of the best arts and crafts shows in the country. Both Kelly & Woody have performed individually at Art In The Pearl, but this will be the first Radio Stranger performance on the Singer/Songwriter Stage. Over one hundred artists showing and selling their work. Singer/Songwriter Stage presents a variety of original music An Education Pavillion featuring hands-on art activities for children and adults Delicious food to enjoy
SUMMER BREEZE - A Radio Stranger Concert
Unity Beaverton hosts their annual Summer Concert featuring Radio Stranger. All ages welcome. Doors open at 7:00pm. Tickets $20 ea.
Woody Joins NW Blues Legend Anne Weiss
Woody Moran brings the acoustic groove when he joins NW Blues Legend Anne Weiss at Artichoke Cafe. Tickets $15 ea.
Radio Stranger at Doverlaff House Concerts
Doors open at 7pm. Seating is limited so get there early for a great seat. Newly dubbed the "Doverlaff Tikki Bar" by Beth Wood, and hosted by Dan Dover and Cheryl Mitzlaff (Doverlaff) our funky performance space holds over 40 people. We have had some fine shows including David Wilcox, Jonathan Byrd, Peter Mulvey, Bethany and Rufus, Anne Hills and Michael Smith, Mitch Barrett and many more. Suggested ticket donation $20 ea. For more information Call (503) 730-3189 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Radio Stranger at Library Coffee House
Enjoy free refreshments while selecting books and listening to Kelly Brightwell & Woody Moran of Radio Stranger. The Coffee House event is free and family friendly. For more information call 503-668-5537.
Durango Songwriters Expo
Brightwell & Moran meeting and greeting new faces - playing and pitching their songs
Radio Stranger Plays Benefit for Artichoke Music
This is a benefit to help Artichoke Music raise funds to pay the expenses for our move and for the remodeling to the new location. Radio Stranger joins Anne Weiss in a benefit show for Artichoke Music. Huck Notari starts the evening off followed by the gypsy jazz of Clambake Two. Suggested donation $20 - $100
Artichoke Holiday Concert
Beth Wood hosts a holiday benefit concert for non-profit Artichoke Music and sock drive for our community, which features a fantastic lineup of Portland acoustic talent.
Alexa McDonald and Gary Furlow, Richey Bellinger, Dale Jones and Ann Heyen, Anne Weiss, Alexa Wiley, Radio Stranger, Ed Haynes, Adrian Martin, Matt Meighan, Beth Wood
Radio Stranger CD Release PDX
This is our official Portland CD Release party -- and rained-out Woodfest re-do! Anyone who attended Woodfest gets in FREE :)
Join us for an evening of local art and music at Arte Soleil, an amazing new creative arts market in East Portland. Lots of local artisans' work is featured in the space (just in time for the winter holiday season). The Baron Ward will open the evening with a set of their energetic harmonies and catchy tunes. Owners Pete Fennell and Kris Bella will be on hand to talk about the artists and their mission. Then we'll rock out with the full Radio Stranger band!
Bring a friend and BYOB. Light snacks will be provided. Suggested donation $15 at the door.
Come celebrate the season with friends, hear our newest tunes and support this important new hub for the arts in PDX!
Radio Stranger Far-West Official Showcase
This is a BFD and Radio Stranger is stoked! Chosen out of hundreds of the best folk and americana performers in the United States, Radio Stranger was awarded one of the twelve performance slots at Far-West 2017. With six performers on Saturday night, performances begin at 7:00 pm and Radio Stranger closes the official showcases at 9:30pm.
House Concert - Radio Stranger EP Release Party - Picnic - Free Beer - Open Mic - Raffles
THE MUSIC. Doors open at 5:00pm. We'll start the music at 5:30pm with an Open Mic. So bring your instrument and stop by the ticket booth to sign up for the open mic. Last year we had some fantastic musicians entertain us at the open mic, some even booked gigs as a result!
DAN WEBER. What a treat, as we have the fantastic musical storyteller Dan Weber as our MC. In addition to his MC duties, Dan will also play a set of music for us. www.danwebermusic.com
RADIO STRANGER. Brightwell & Moran's Radio Stranger band will take us into the night with songs from the new CD, as well as songs from their individual collections. The band includes well known Portland musicians: Jean-Pierre Garau (keyboard), Michael Henchman (bass), Jeff Koch (guitar), Mark Powers (drums).
RAFFLES & AUCTION. Of course, this is a CD Release party for songwriters Kelly Brightwell and Woody Moran as well. Every ticket will receive a FREE EP of the new Radio Stranger Crosstalk, which was made possible in part from funds raised at last year's Woodfest Party. So we are going to do it again with some cool raffled items and auction to help fund the next batch of songs.
Okay, if you've read this far, then this probably sounds like a lot of fun for a Saturday evening. Tickets are $20 each at the door, but to help us plan the event we are selling advance tickets for only $13.50 ea. You can sign up for the Open Mic in advance when you purchase your tickets. See you at the show!
Woody Moran @ Art In The Pearl
This makes Woody's 4th appearance at Art In The Pearl; twice with great friend Halelupe, and last year with a dedicated set following the amazing Beth Wood. This year, Woody starts off the Sunday morning Songwriter Stage at 11:00 am.
Radio Stranger plays the Blue Room Bar @ Cartlandia
Come out and join Kelly Brightwell & Woody Moran for a great Friday night of music at The Blue Room Bar at Cartlandia. You can grab a late night snack from some of the best gourmet food carts in Portland and bring it into the Blue Room to get a beer (or whatever) and listen to the music. This sounds like fun.