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Frank, funny, sad, cranky, beautiful and raucous....the mutant offspring of ray davies, aimee mann, laura nyro, annie lennox and ani di franco, with a little freddie mercury thrown in.

11 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Acoustic, FOLK: Folk Pop



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"A singer/songwriter of perversely addictive off kilter story-songs. Rachel Taylor Brown and her modern rock band create catchy pop with a dark side."
Lisa Lepine, Music Industry Consultant

"...an impressive range of styles... What ties them together is her equally impressive vocal range. With just a guitar, she's capable of hard-driving rock and tender ballads."
Dan Eichler, Borders Books and Music News

"Brown's songs have been described as catchy alt-pop, but they're darker and subtler than that. Many of them have a twist that catches you by surprise... Dawning awareness that things aren't what they seem is another favorite theme."
David Stabler, The Portland Oregonian

"Rachel Taylor Brown's music defies easy summation. While most of her songs emanate from a folk idiom, there are enough directions to keep any listener on his musical toes... Her singing voice is instantly familiar while remaining uniquely her own...her consistently skewed lyrical perspective always keeps things interesting. This is thoughtful music for the thinking person."
S.P. Clarke, Two Louies Magazine

"Brown first demonstrated this amazing scope on her first CD, "Do Not Stare," and she continues to amaze on her new CD "Jonah Days." Over the course of 12 tracks, Brown spins out strange, unsettling stories about fate, bad timing, grand disappointments, cosmic punishments and the blurred line between dream and waking. Brown doesn't make it easy, but she makes it well worthwhile. A few times through Jonah Days and you'll agree."
Dave Mazza, editor, The Portland Alliance

"Candid and diverse."
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"The poet, arranger, vocalist, guitarist and piano player takes an unusual angle on funk-alternative pop music."
Salem Statesman Journal



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UPCOMING SHOWS 2005

CHRIS ROBLEY & THE FEAR OF HEIGHTS ORCHESTRA CD RELEASE
ACME (SE 8th & Main)
Saturday October 1, 9pm
FREE
Kaitlyn ni Donovon opens.
In celebration of Chris's excellent solo release, "This is The." I'll be in the "orchestra"--a bunch of degenerates, really.

The IMBIBE
Saturday October 8, 9pm
Nicole Campbell Band
RTB Band
We love NC. New tunes w/ the band

ACOUSTIC TUNES IN THE WINERY
McMenamin's Edgefield
Monday, October 10, 7-9pm
You know the deal--always free-form, unpredictable and extremely relaxed in a wine-soaked beautiful setting.

HYMN TO ALL HALLOWS EVE
The White Eagle
Friday, October 21
Tweed's Mob
RTB Band
Professor Gall
Something wicked this way comes.

MURDER BALLAD NIGHT
Fez Ballroom
October 22, 8:30-ish
RTB Band w/ special guests
We got Killer Queen. Not to be missed.

JOHN VECCHIARELLI's OPEN MIC/SHOWCASE
The White Eagle (836 N Russell St)
Sunday, November 6, 8pm-10pm
I'll be the featured artist this time around but a lot of Portland's finest come out to test new tunes at this unusually fine open mic night. Sign up to play @ 7:30.
Free, 21+

ACOUSTIC TUNES IN THE WINERY
McMenamin's Edgefield
November 14, 7-9pm
Lovely lovely lovely. Love playing here.

ROCK AGAINST DIABETES
McMenamin's Kennedy School
Sunday, November 20, 2-7pm
RTB Band*Sketchy Ted*James Sasser*Mission 5*The Lonesomes*Scotland Barr & the Slow Drags
Portland musicians are coming together to raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and Gales Creek Camp. We and the other bands taking part are doing so in support of one of our own. Henry Kilman, three-year-old son of our friend, Sketchy Ted drummer Tommy, was diagnosed with diabetes last November. Tommy organized "Rock Against Diabetes" to raise money for the JDRF and Gales Creek Camp, a summer camp for kids with diabetes. RAD is holding the event at Kennedy School because they want families to attend together. Unlike most music venues in Portland, Kennedy School welcomes children with their parents. "We're doing this for Henry, so we wanted him to be able to enjoy it," Tommy said. He's encouraging families to bring their kids. Should be a blast--please come out and help make it a success!
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PAST GIGS

ACOUSTIC TUNES IN THE WINERY
McMenamin's Edgefield
Saturday, September 24, 7-9pm
Just me. Heading over afterward to Duff's Garage for Scotland Barr's release party for his excellent new baby, "Legionnaire's Disease." I might sing a little backup.

IMBIBE SONGWRITER SHOWCASE
IMBIBE (SE Hawthorne)
Wednesday, September 14, 9-11pm
Featuring Lee Howard, Greg Oldson and RTB.

THE DOUG FIR
RTB
Holcombe Waller
Trespassers William (Seattle)
Wednesday, August 24
"A lovely evening of whipsmart balladeering"

BORDERS BOOKS AND MUSIC
Vancouver, August 19, 7-9pm
Gresham, August 20, 7-9pm
Always a pleasure to play among books (and browse after).

THE BITE OF OREGON
Main Stage
Saturday, August 13, 2pm
"8 Ball Studio Showcase" presented by The Buzz features RTB Band, The Sort Of's and The Imprints. Sonically arousing, obscenely stimulating.

DUFF's GARAGE
Friday, July 22
With the ever lovely Nicole Campbell and Pilar "Hulk Angry!" French. Full band.

PORTLAND PARKS CONCERT SERIES
Peninsula Park
Wednesday, July 20, 6:30pm
Pack a picnic and get outside. One of Portland's most beautiful places. RTB Band.

ACOUSTIC TUNES IN THE WINERY
McMenamin's Edgefield
Mondays, July 11 and 18, 7-9pm
A favorite spot. Never the same gig twice. RTB solo.

THE FEZ (316 SW 11th)
Saturday July 9, 9-midnight
Big night in the seraglio w/ Susie Blue and Scott Fisher. New stuff, full band.
$7 cover

PRE-FLAG DAY FIESTA
Buffalo Gap
Saturday, June 11, 9pm
The handsome RTB Band with nefarious Drew Norman and Professor Gall.

IT WAS A DARK AND STORMY NIGHT
Rock Creek Tavern
Saturday, May 28, 9-midnight
RTB BAND w/ men in kilts.

ACOUSTIC TUNES IN THE WINERY
McMenamin's Edgefield (Troutdale)
Saturday, May 21, 7-9pm
RTB solololololo.

RETURN TO THE BITTER END
Saturday, May 7, 8pm-midnight
Garett Brennan*RTB BAND*Tweed's Mob
Great night of music at the invitation of new friends, Tweed's Mob. Come welcome us back to the Bitter End.

ACOUSTIC TUNES IN THE WINERY
McMenamin's Edgefield (Troutdale)
Saturday April 30, 7-9pm
RTB solo w/ Yam and Gracie. Come see all the flowers in bloom--wander the gardens and then come in for some wine and song and still have time for a movie after...

SELF-LOATHERS INTERVENTION NIGHT w/ NICOLE CAMPBELL
Vine Leaves (SE Hawthorne)
Friday, April 29, 8pm
Rachel and John Vecchiarelli join Nicole as she (fed up) attempts to exorcise all remnants of self-deprecation from her two friends. Self flagellation and good music abound.

THREE HOURS/THIRTY SONGS
McMenamin's Grand Lodge (Forest Grove)
Saturday, April 23, 7-10pm
Rachel w/ her lonesome guitar and piano in her Forest Grove debut.

BASTARDS IN THE ROUND
Borders Books and Music, Beaverton
Friday, April 22, 7-9pm
Rachel, Chris Robley and Justin Carroll united in disharmony. A slugfest of song slinging.

BAROQUE SPLENDOR
RTB w/ Cappella Romana
Friday, April 15, 8pm--Portland
St. Mary's Cathedral
Saturday, April 16, 8pm--Seattle
Holy Rosary Cathedral
Russian Baroque motets, "Resurrection History" by Heinrich Schutz. With guest organist Mahan Esfahani from Tehran, Iran.

PORTLAND SONGWRITER'S ASSOCIATION SHOWCASE
Mississippi Pizza Pub
Wednesday, April 13 (time TBA)
Rachel featured guest songwriter/performer for the night at PSA's new showcase venue

IMBIBE SONGWRITER SHOWCASE w/ Matt Cadenelli
Imbibe
Tuesday, April 5, 9:30pm
Rachel split the night w/ marvelous Matt ( Dr. Theopolis)

NIGHT OF FOOLS
The White Eagle
Friday, April 1
RTB Band, Garett Brennan and Michael Meanwhile. Lovely night of music.

Skip Von Kuske's DIVA SERIES
McMenamin's Edgefield
Wednesday, March 30, 7-9pm
Diverse cellist and Rachel in the final show of his fabulous series

JUSTIN CARROLL CD RELEASE
Imbibe
Thursday, March 17, 9pm
The Bastards (Rachel, Chris Robley) joined Justin to wreak musical havoc in celebration of his beautiful new CD, "it's love it's love it's love"

Portland Songwriter Showcase
Hosted by NW Radio and Kris Kirkman
THE GREEN ROOM (2280 NW Thurman)
Tuesday March 1, 9pm
With Michael Meanwhile, Kris Kirkman and more.

Sunday, February 20, 5pm-7pm
"Two Worlds in One Room"
Rachel Taylor Brown with guests from Cappella Romana
Mississippi Studios
3939 N. Mississippi
$10
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Saturday, February 19, 9:30pm
"Jonah Days" CD Release
Rachel Taylor Brown Band, The Sort Ofs, The Imprints
The Fez Ballroom
316 SW 11th / 8:30pm doors / 21+
$8 reg. admission/$15 admission+ a CD
9:30pm: The Imprints
10:30pm: Rachel Taylor Brown Band
Midnight: The Sort Ofs
Show is being taped by Portland television entertainment magazine, PDXposed.

Wednesday February 16, 6pm
Music Millennium NW in-store appearance. RTB BAND


DURAN DURAN TRIBUTE NIGHT
THE FEZ
SATURDAY, JANUARY 22
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RTB BAND*LARA MICHELL* NICOLE CAMPBELL*LEILA CHIEKO*AMOREE LOVELL*CARMINA LUNA*SMIDGEN*MYRRH LARSEN*KAITLYN NI DONOVON*TJ*DAVE RUMMANS*PILAR FRENCH*JOHN VECCHIARELLI*TRACY KLASS
Oh, what a glorious night it was!

CHRIS ROBLEY's BASTARD SON OF SONGWRITERS IN THE ROUND
IMBIBE (SE Hawthorne)
TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 9:13:04pm
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The immortal Chris plus Rachel and Justin Carroll came together to profane and dominate one another's songs in faux comradery, hissing and jabbing w/ sharp, pointy elbows...of love.

MCMENAMIN's EDGEFIELD
ACOUSTIC TUNES IN THE WINERY
MONDAYS, JANUARY 3, 10 and 17 * 7-9pm
RTB solo w/ her keyboard (the Behemoth) and guitar in a post-holiday angst fest. Jingle, jingle!

THE WHITE EAGLE (836 N. Russell)
FAMILY VALUES NIGHT!
Boulder Soul*RTB BAND* Acoustic Minds
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 9pm to 1am
Tricia and Chelle (Stabitha) Beck of Boulder Soul and Amanda and Jen Price of Acoustic Minds joined the RTB Band to embody and extol wholesome *@#$ing family values w/ their worthy brethren, The Hon. Huck, Bros. John the Stewart & Robert "Most Blessed" Peart and the Right Reverend Jeremy Serwer. AMEN and alleluia.

RTB SOLO
MCMENAMIN's EDGEFIELD
ACOUSTIC TUNES IN THE WINERY
DECEMBER 4, 7-9pm
I returned to the cozy cavern for another intimate (I show my ankles) night o' music.

RTB mit schlag
ST. MARY's CATHEDRAL (NW 18th and Couch)
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 8pm
CAPPELLA ROMANA and TUDOR CHOIR
Kaliphonic Byzantine chant, Tudor polyphony, Russian Baroque pieces and the PDX premiere of Christos Hatzis' "Everlasting Light."
AND LATER THAT SAME NIGHT (Nov. 12th)....
BUFFALO GAP (SW Macadam)
NEIL YOUNG BIRTHDAY PARTY (starts at 9pm-me at @10:30 or 11)
Switched gears and sang backup for lovely Barry (Sketchy Ted) AND did a couple Neil tunes myself... Various nefarious sorts performed, incl. Drew Norman and Steve Wilkinson.


RTB BAND
THE TWILIGHT CAFE (1420 SE Powell)
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4 w/ THE SORT OFs
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18 w/ HERE COMES EVERYBODY
Huck, John the Stewart and Robert will wear plastic kilts. I'll appear in my customary modest, nun-like attire, and we will rock you metamorphically and igneously. THE SORT OFs spew post-punk fire. HERE COMES EVERYBODY juggles modern pop machetes.

RTB solo, LIVE ON KBOO
SUNDAY OCTOBER 24
Guest on the WomanSoul show, 9-midnight. Great time--more to come!

ASH STREET SALOON, MONDAY OCTOBER 11, 8:30-midnight: WELCOME HOME JEREMY!
Rob Walsh 8:30 (w/ fab Bettie Ford singer, Heather)
Teague Alexy 9:05ish (all the way from MN!)
JEREMY SERWER 9:40ish (w/ the great Ali Ippoliti)
RTB Band 10:20ish (you know us...)
Inkpetal 11:15ish (lovely Adara Blake's new band)

BANDS AGAINST BUSH! OCTOBER 1-3, 8pm-1am, CONAN's (SE Hawthorne)
RTB BAND, The Sort Ofs, Sketchy Ted, The Imprints (Rob Stroup's new band, incl. Chris Robley-two of my favorite lads), Dr. Theopolis, The Hell Yeahs, and more! It was simply fabulous.

EDGEFIELD ACOUSTIC TUNES IN THE WINERY, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 7-9pm. RTB

THE BLUE MONK, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23
RTB BAND
PROFESSOR GALL
BOULDER SOUL
CHAIRMAN (of DRATS)
Marvelous Gall frontman Drew Norman's BIG BIRTHDAY BASH!

EDGEFIELD ACOUSTIC TUNES IN THE WINERY, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 7-9pm. RTB w/ Skip Von Kuske (cello).

EDGEFIELD ACOUSTIC TUNES IN THE WINERY, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 7-9pm. RTB

EDGEFIELD ACOUSTIC TUNES IN THE WINERY, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 11, 7-9pm.

EDGEFIELD ACOUSTIC TUNES IN THE WINERY, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 7-9pm. RTB

BIG WHEEL PRODUCTIONS/PORTLAND SONGWRITER SHOWCASE, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 7
9-11pm, THE GREEN ROOM (NW Thurman)-RTB TRIO

EDGEFIELD ACOUSTIC TUNES IN THE WINERY, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 7-9pm. RTB
An intimate setting--the Wine Cellar--and a great series showcasing Portland songwriters performing weekly consecutive solo concerts.

THE BITE, DAISYCHAIN LAZY DAZE SHOWCASE presented by Just Out/Daisy Guitars/KBOO Songcircle, SUNDAY AUGUST 15
STUMPTOWN SONGBIRDS featuring
TERRA (noon - 12:25)
Road-trippin folk
KATIE CRASH (12:30 - 12:55)
Norah Jones meets Tori Amos
RACHEL TAYLOR BROWN (1:00 - 1:25)
Igneous and metamorphic rock
SUPERBAND! (all three groups comingle and ignite!) (1:25 - 1:30)
1:50 - 2:30
ANNY CELSI with DUANE JARVIS
Successful LA & Nashville songwriters return home
3:00 - 4:30
DIRTY MARTINI featuring
Lea Krueger, Lara Michel, Stephanie Schneiderman, & McKinley

DOWNTOWN BORDERS BOOKS AND MUSIC, SATURDAY JULY 31, 7-9pm: RTB BAND.
I'm really excited about this one--there's a truly beautiful piano there that drew me into scheduling this gig,
which is going to be heavy on piano tunes, though it will include some reworked familiar stuff. Adam and Huck join me.

BOON's TREASURY (Salem), SATURDAY JULY 23, 9-midnight:
Wow-the heat, the traffic jam on I-5, the trouble with the sound system... MANY thanks to you patient Salemites-we loved seeing you and playing for you!

THE BITTER END, SATURDAY JULY 17, 9pm: RTB BAND, ACOUSTIC MINDS. Another fab night shared with our good friends, Acoustic Minds. Jen and Amanda Price. Really amazing crowd-thank you all so much for the hooting and hollering! It was a really fun night w/ all of you, and didn't John Stewart (Trash Art, The Sort Ofs) on drums RAWK??

CONAN's, THURSDAY JULY 8, 9pm. RTB BAND. [NOTE: We had to cancel at the last hour because I came down w/ the evil virus that's attacking local throats. We (the band) were so looking forward to this gig and I was just sick at heart to leave Adara in the lurch. Heard she rocked and we're hoping to try again later]
Arin Simonian--9pm
INKPETAL--10pm The big debut of Adara Blake (of Stabitha) and her new band

BUFFALO GAP JUNE 17, 9-midnight
RTB BAND
Three hours of us! Yeehaaa! You stood it very well. Thanks for coming out.

RTB BAND/ACOUSTIC MINDS
VOX ROCKS VOX NIGHT
THE WHITE EAGLE (836 N. Russell, https://www.tradebit.com)
SATURDAY JUNE 5
RTB BAND: 9:30-11pm
ACOUSTIC MINDS: 11:15-1am
Vox rock the famed "Rock 'n' Roll Hotel..." RTB Band opened the night with Adam Steele (accordian) and the sublime twins (vox). Angel-voiced Jenni and Amanda Price closed it out w/ their soulful band Acoustic Minds. A good night to loll in vocal heaven AND YET, verily, shake yer groove thang.

RTB (w/ HUCK and ADAM)
PORTLAND SONGWRITER SHOWCASE
the GREEN ROOM (, 2280 NW Thurman, https://www.tradebit.com)
TUESDAY JUNE 1, 9-Midnight
Each week features different tunesmiths and a different host-Ezra Holbrook, Brian Berg, Adam & Kris, and Trevor Rasmussen (our host--thanks Trevor!--Portland music advocates and fab musicians themselves. All kinds of music guaranteed and every kind of musician taking a dip in the acoustic pond...

RTB BAND at the BUFFALO GAP
THURSDAY MAY 6, 10-Midnight
Post-Friends Finale Bash
With special guests, Amanda & Jenni Price (Acoustic Minds), Adam Steele (Cappella Romana) and Rob Stroup (Baseboard Heaters), and the redoubtable Huck, of course...

RTB CD RELEASE PARTY "DO NOT STARE"
The WHITE EAGLE (N. Russell)
FRIDAY APRIL 9, 2004, 9pm
ECHO HELSTROM
RTB BAND (with special guests!)
CARMINA LUNA
The long overdue CD release party for "Do Not Stare" Was a gas gas gas-thanks for coming!

ROCK CREEK TAVERN (10,000 NW Old Cornelius Pass Road)
SATURDAY February 14, 9pm to midnight...HAPPY V.D!!! COME LOOOOVE WITH US!!!
CHRIS ROBLEY opens 9-9:30pm
RTB BAND 9:45-midnight
Yeehaaa! The Rock Creek's back, with hearts and flowers! We were pleased as punch to be playing there on the DAY O' LOOOVE!

KENNEDY SCHOOL (5736 NE 33rd)
THURSDAY February 12...PRE V.D. "LOVE STINKS" BARELY CONCEALED BILE SHOW!
RTB BAND 7-10pm
You came! You let it ALL out! Released the pain, the bad memories! Testified about your bad love(s) and PURGED, PURGED! Ceremonial destruction of Dear John letters and polluted tchotchkes in the Barrel o' Simulated Fire was just plain scary! General whining was encouraged! Sad and bitter songs aplenty were played! You exorcised your stinky love ghosts in the Kennedy School Gym.

MT. TABOR THEATER
BENEFIT for FRIENDS OF RESERVOIRS (https://www.tradebit.com)
SATURDAY February 7, Music starts at 8pm
RTB BAND--9:45 on the Acoustic Stage
The brainchild o' Sketchy Ted creative guru, Allison, this was a musical extravaganza featuring the cream of Portland bands/performers on both the Acoustic and Main Stages--14 bands in all, including Art Alexakis, Christine Young, and Mars Needs Women (and US, of course!). All to keep the reservoirs free and open-air and to make a big noise in Portland City Council's ears. A great soundfest, and for a noble cause (it worked!). It is here that I fell in love w/ the idiosyncratic and beauteous Mr. Chris Robley (Trash Art/The Sort Ofs).

BOON'S TREASURY (888 Liberty Street, Salem, OR)
FRIDAY January 30, 9pm to midnight
RTB BAND
Our first gig here--great crowd and cool old venue. We were taped for a cable access show (???). Oh, boy...

CAPPELLA ROMANA (this is RTB in soprano mode) NOTE!! I'm OUT SICK, dammit, but go anyway!
"When Augustus Reigned"
FRIDAY January 2--St. Mary's Cathedral, Portland--8pm
SATURDAY January 3--Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Seattle--8pm
SUNDAY January 4--Maple Hall, La Conner, WA
Cappella does ancient and modern music o' the season from our CD of the same name (https://www.tradebit.com for more).

WINTER 2003-04 SHOWS
THE MAD HATTER LOUNGE (203 SE Grand Avenue)
WEDNESDAY December 17, 9:30pm
RTB Band
Steve Wilkinson of Mission 5
Professor Gall
A weird holiday chex mix, and oh so delightful! GALL RULES!!

FALL 2003 SHOWS
WHITE EAGLE CAFE and SALOON (836 N. Russell): "Provocative Acoustic Bliss II"
Friday November 14!
The Harmonica Pocket 9-10pm. Seattleite singer/songwriter Keeth Apgar--"avant pop jazz."
RTB Band 10:15-11:15 "punky funky folk pop rock" (pufufoporo?)
Professor Gall 11:30-12:45.

RTB BAND and PROFESSOR GALL w/ Drew Norman of the Cowtrippers
"LAY YOUR GHOSTS TO REST"
Halloween Rehab the Day After the Orgy
THE GREEN ROOM (2280 NW Thurman)
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1, 9:30pm
Exorcised your demons and cleansed your hairy palate
with sheer therapeutic restorative songcraft (and maybe
some stale candy corn?). Professor Gall soothed away the telltale bumps on your head-remember?

RTB DUO," TRUE MUSIC TUESDAYS" ("the premiere Portland artist showcase") presented by BIG WHEEL PRODUCTIONS
THE BUFFALO GAP (SW Macadam, John's Landing)
TUESDAY OCTOBER 28, 8:30pm
A night chock full o' songwriters and a dizzying array of talent. Hosted by Life After Liftoff resident genius, Trevor Rasmussen. See line-up above.

RTB DUO, PORTLAND COFFEE HOUSE (2411 SE Belmont)
Friday October 24, 7-9pm (to be confirmed)
An intimate cafe with a great vibe and seriously eclectic musical offerings. Low-key moody tunes and great java. POST-GIG NOTE: WOW--this place is really special--beautiful old restored Craftsman complete with fireplace, fascinating art (and fixtures!), booklined walls and overstuffed leather chairs. GREAT vibe and wonderful staff--we'll be back.

RTB BAND, THE BITTER END, opening for THE NICOLE CAMPBELL BAND
FRIDAY OCTOBER 10, 9pm
Thanks to the fabulous Ms. C for this excellent night! Had a great time.

RTB BAND DUO (Rachel and Johnny Huck, bass), BORDERS BOOKS AND MUSIC, GRESHAM
Saturday September 6, 7-9pm. An evening of songwriterly bliss with unusual twists...

RTB BAND LIVE at the MISSISSIPPI (corner of Fremont and Mississippi)
Wednesday September 3, 8-10pm. Our regular "FIRST WEDNESDAYS" gig. All ages, no cover.

WHITE EAGLE CAFE and SALOON: "Melancholy Babies"
Friday August 15
RTB Band 9-10
McKinley 10:15-11:15
Acoustic Minds 11:30-12:45
A very exciting show! All female fronted with strong provocative lyrics and full band
backing.

RTB BAND LIVE at THE MISSISSIPPI (corner of Fremont and Mississippi)
Wednesday August 6, 8-10pm. Our regular monthly "FIRST WEDNESDAYS" gig at The Mississippi, always
8-10pm the first Wednesday of each month.

THE BITTER END
THURSDAY, July 31, 6-8pm. RTB BAND.

THE BITTER END (1981 W. Burnside, https://www.tradebit.com), 6-8pm WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, July 23 and 24. RTB Band. Love it here--so will you. No cover. Air conditioned. Great food and drink. COMFY.

THE BITTER END (1981 W. Burnside, https://www.tradebit.com), 6-8pm Wednesdays July 16, RTB Band.

THE ALADDIN, Opening for MARIA MCKEE, JUNE 26, 8pm. Amazing night and what a break for little ol' us!

BORDERS BOOKS AND MUSIC, BEAVERTON, JUNE 13, 7-9pm

TRINITY CONSORT/ MONTEVERDI VESPERS of 1610: Saturday May 3, 7:30, and Sunday May 4, 3pm, at Trinity Cathedral, NW 19th and Everett. My other life as a soprano--amazing piece of music and a world class ensemble.
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WINTER/SPRING SHOWS 2003
The Mississippi (3552 N. Mississippi)
*Wednesday December 11, 6-8pm AND
*Wednesday January 8, 6-8pm

THE MISSISSIPPI, Saturday January 18, 6:30-8pm--BENEFIT FOR
THE NE EMERGENCY FOOD PROGRAM.

BORDERS BOOKS AND MUSIC, BEAVERTON, Friday February 7, 7-9.

THE MISSISSIPPI, Thursday February 20, 6-8pm..

BORDERS BOOKS AND MUSIC, GRESHAM, Saturday March 1, 7-9.

THE MISSISSIPPI, Wednesday March 12, 6-8pm.

FALL SHOWS 2002
The Missisippi (3552 N. Mississippi)
*Tuesday October 8, 6:30-8pm

Borders Books and Music, Gresham (SE Division and Eastman),
*Saturday October 19, 7-9pm

2002 SPRING/SUMMER SHOWS:
The Mississippi (3552 N. Mississippi, Portland, OR):
*Thursday March 28, 6-8pm
*Saturday April 6, 6-8pm (Anne Weiss follows, 8-10)
*Saturday May 4, 6:30-8:30pm
*Thursday May 16, 8-10pm
*Thursday June 13, 6ish-8ish (Chrisopher Blue of Seattle, 8ish-10ish)
*Thursday August 8, 6-8

Borders Books and Music, Beaverton (2605 SW Cedar Hills):
*Friday June 28, 7-9pm

SE Wine and Gifts (8337 SE 17th Avenue in Sellwood):
*Saturday August 24, 6-8pm

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SALIENT POINTS O' FACT:

Born: Portland, Oregon
Reared: Boring-on-Gresham, Oregon, where the sweet skunk cabbage grows.
Currently reside: Southeast Portland, Oregon

Experience: A checkered, mysterious past involving earliest days doing rock and/or roll segueing into a BA in Music (singing) and Jekyll and Hyde-ing between the two worlds--demon rock and roll and perfume-from-France-classical--at present. Can be caught performing soprano-style with Cappella Romana, Trinity Consort, Portland Baroque Orchestra, etc....


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