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Sara Jackson-Holman, Melville

BRIAN PALMER
9 pm, Sunday December 15 | Free.
Rontoms
600 E Burnside St.
 

[PIANO POP] The quirky piano-rock thing has been done to death, so pianist-songwriter Sara Jackson-Holman is content to take things in more of a pop direction by way of hip-hop, while tossing in a dash of sass and surprise along the way. It’s not every day someone dares to give you a hip-hop-flavored track that derives its base from “Für Elise.” That takes some serious balls. Jackson-Holman’s soulful singing is reminiscent of a less-smoky ZZ Ward, and that ain’t a bad thing. High-emotion indie rockers Melville share the bill. 



Where: Rontoms
Phone: 236-4536
Address: 600 E Burnside St.
Website: rontoms.net

 
 

Rontoms

600 E Burnside St.
Portland, OR
 
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