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Hanni El Khatib, Bass Drum of Death, Summer Cannibals

MARK STOCK
8 pm., Friday September 20 | $13.50 advance, $15 day of show.
Hawthorne Theatre
1507 SE 39th Ave.
 
[GARAGE-ROCK BLUES] Skateboarder-turned-musician Hanni El Khatib is punk rock at heart, the product of being raised on halfpipes and self-made skate ramps in San Francisco. The now L.A.-based artist has two records to his name, the latest getting the blues-rock touch from producer Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys. The record, Head in the Dirt, is a high-energy effort of torching garage rock set in simple, accessible, blues-based song structures. El Khatib’s frantic, heart-racing sounds inspire daring acts, like picking up skateboarding all over again. 

Where: Hawthorne Theatre
Phone: 233-7100
Address: 1507 SE 39th Ave.
Website: www.hawthornetheater.com

 
 

Hawthorne Theatre

1507 SE 39th Ave.
Portland, OR
97214
 
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