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Luther Russell, Natron

MATTHEW SINGER
7 pm, Wednesday October 23 | Free. Luther Russell plays Al's Den through Saturday, Oct. 26.
 

[ROOTS MAVEN] Luther Russell labels himself a \"Musical Instrument\" on his Facebook page, but that\'s just him being humble. He is, indeed, a musician\'s musician, having shared stages with everyone from Johnny Cash to Etta James to Wilco, but he\'s a masterful songwriter as well, having released three albums with \'90s roots-rockers the Freewheelers and numerous top-notch solo albums. Although he relocated to his hometown of Los Angeles several years back, he remains an eternal Portlander. The guests for the second half of his residency at Al\'s Den include other local songwriting royalty, including Mike Coykendall, Freddy Trujillo and members of Blitzen Trapper. 



Where: Al's Den at the Crystal Hotel
Phone: 972-2670
Address: 303 SW 12th Ave.

 
 
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