This is a past event. Thursday, November 8, 2018 at 7:00pm
OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry), Kendall Planetarium 1945 S.E. Water Ave., Portland, OR 97214
Presented by Kendall Concerts. Kendall Concerts: Music Under the Dome is a monthly planetarium concert series combining live performances with stunning visuals in riots of color, shape and movement, enveloping the audience into an adventure of the senses without ever having to leave their seat.
“Trashcan Joe is a marvel, a wonder that defies categorization in any sort of contemporary setting.” - Don Campbell, The Oregonian
Trashcanjo n. [trash kan jo] A banjo made out of a trashcan. Ideology based on maximum musical output from recycled minimum input. Coffee brewed in a trash can.
Soaring vocal harmonies and modern song writing set in a soundscape harkening to the early jazz era, Trashcan Joe has a unique sound with a broad appeal. The instruments are all original and homemade from recycled and found objects. The group has been widely embraced as one of the most signature 1920s-style jazz and blues fixtures in the popular swing scene. They have performed at Pickathon, Burning Man, Oregon Public Broadcasting’s Live Wire, the Northwest Folklife Festival in Seattle and Oregon Country Fair, and they were the house band for Candidates Gone Wild at the Roseland Theater.