Radula

GRACE STAINBACK
9 pm., Tuesday April 15 | Free.
Goodfoot Lounge
2845 SE Stark St.
 
[GOODFOOT REGULARS] Interesting nomenclature aside—“radula” is an anatomical structure used by snails and other mollusks to scrape food off of rocks—this supergroup encapsulates the Goodfoot vibe, producing extensive funk and blues jams most conducive to hours of beer-soaked, herb-tinged dancing. Longtime darlings of the Southeast Portland venue, Radula consists of Tye North (Leftover Salmon), Jimmy Russell (Quick & Easy Boys), Steve Watkins (Juno What?!) and Oregon Music Hall of Fame inductee Carlton Jackson. This show is part of the Goodfoot’s Artist in Residence series, going down free every Tuesday night, with Radula rocking the entire month of April. 

Where: Goodfoot Lounge
Phone: 503-239-9292
Address: 2845 SE Stark St.
Website: www.thegoodfoot.com

 
 

Goodfoot Lounge

2845 SE Stark St.
Portland, OR
 
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