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The Druthers, Tyler Stenson, Bryan Free

CASEY JARMAN
9 pm, Friday June 17 | $10
Someday Lounge
125 NW 5th Ave.
 
[SINGER-SONGWRITER] Last we checked in with Tyler Stenson, the Portland singer-songwriter had moved to Nashville to see about grabbing that big brass ring. While we fully supported the decorated local artist's big move, it seemed a daunting proposition. Because while mainstream pop and country music tunes of the day are packed with kitschy false sentiment and inappropriate product placement, Stenson's songs—especially the fine fare on new record Another Gleam, out tonight—remain able narratives untethered to time and place. Stenson's music may be a bit safe-sounding for the local indie-rock masses, but the man certainly knows how to pen a tune. Sooner or later, we're guessing, Nashville will come to him.


Where: Someday Lounge
Phone: 248-1030
Address: 125 NW 5th Ave.
Website: www.somedaylounge.com

 
 

Someday Lounge

125 NW 5th Ave.
Portland, OR
97209
 
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