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Sara Jackson-Homan

KZME Presents Stumptown Music Fest

Just when I was starting to think Portland music was winding down after an eventful summer, our friends at KZME put together an amazing Portland-infused lineup for the inaugural Stumptown Music Fest. This Saturday, Alhambra Theatre (formerly Mt. Tabor) will showcase 8 bands that have all had incredible past years and have made a sincere impact on the Portland scene. The mainly folky lineup starts 5PM and is slated to go on until 12:30, giving you a full night of amazing sets. Beginning acts will include the avant garde sounds of Billy Goat and Like a Villain. Sets by Portland’s vintage-pop heroes, the Lower 48 will be featured as well as PDX pop queen Sara Jackson Holman. The neo-folk sounds this city is known for will be diligently represented by the likes of Alameda and Bike Thief and the night will end back with the soulful rhythms laid down by Minden and the dance rock duo, Dresses. All of these bands had amazing accomplishments in 2013 and will mostly likely follow the trend in this next year. So come on out to support a night of Portland rock. - Colin Hudson

Sara Jackson-Holman Performs at Mississippi Studios 3.23

A well-polished and soulful blend of rock and R&B is hard to come by. Lucky for Portland, the young and talented Sara Jackson-Holman will be performing at Mississippi Studios this Saturday. Her song “Into the Blue” from her initial album was made famous by debuting on television shows “The Ringer” and “Chelsea Settles.” Since, she has released her sophomore album, Cardiology, a collection of thirteen piano driven songs that have an orchestral quality to them before they are overshadowed by Sara’s powerful and emotion-filled voice. The sound reflects the recent English soul revival with the likes of Lily Allen combined with the contemporary drawn out productions of Lana Del Ray. She has gained fame for all the right reasons and the timeless quality to her music does not predict there will be any slowdown to her success. Above all else she is a performer that can carry an audience from the first note to the last. - Colin Hudson


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