The 57th Tillamook County June Dairy Parade and Festival celebrates the County’s dairy industry and heritage and is, we’re told, the third-largest parade in the state. The 2013 theme was “Clowning Around.” The band you hear is the Power Pep Band from Portland, Oregon. Their motto is: “Power Chords without the Power Cords.”
And, yes, there were Teardrop Trailers there, too. They ventured down from the Trask River Gathering for the parade.
Check out teardroptrailers.org for TOW info.
Here’s the third in a series of videos produced for Portland’s Tender Loving Empire.
Fort George teamed with the indie record label, Tender Loving Empire, to create a Northwest Pale Ale and some cool music, too.
The four-mile deep backdrop of the lower Columbia makes for stunning visuals by Into the Woods, a group dedicated to music media from the Pacific Northwest.
Radiation City’s new album, “Animals in the Median” is out now. Time magazine calls Radiation City one of the “11 Great Bands You Should Know (But Don’t).” The band plays Portland’s Wonder Ballroom Friday, June 28th. Find out more at radiationcity.net
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Shwood founder Eric Singer teams up with friends to create a unique wooden surfboard using reclaimed wood found on the Oregon coast.
The construction process was guided by Joe Blecha, a bona fide virtuoso of custom surf and snowboard construction. http://www.blechaboardshop.com
Kahana Kalama, professional surfer turned shop-owner (www.alohasunday.com), was there to test the limits of the handmade board upon its completion.
Based in Portland, Oregon, Shwood creates handcrafted wooden eyewear using fine exotic hardwoods. View the collection at http://www.shwoodshop.com
Sonny & The Sunsets – “Too Young To Burn (Instrumental)”
The Black Tambourines – “27-25 Blues”