Jul18

Hannah DiMo with #WomenCrush Music!

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McMenamins White Eagle Saloon , 836 N Russell St., Portland, Oregon

Hannah DiMo will be performing at a #WomenCrush Music showcase along with other fantastic female artists to announce her introduction to the #WCM team as a new Public Relations partner! Come hang out and hear some amazing talent!

8 pm, 21+, NO COVER

www.mcmenamins.com/white-eagle-saloon-hotel

Lineup: Marjorie Nelch (Seattle, WA)

Marjorie is really tall woman with a constant bright smile. She loves to ask, “What’s your story?” and talk about life, the ups and downs, maybe even get somewhere deeply personal pretty quick. That’s her in a nutshell: braving to ask questions about what matters- to know and to be known. She uses music as tool to express feelings that are real but not necessarily accessible. As a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter she marries her passion for people and music in her debut self titled EP.

Sarah Vitort The incredible Sarah Vitort is one of Portland's top vocalists. Between touring internationally for her duo act Fox & Bones, her secret alter-ego rock vigilante persona in Sarah Wild, and her all-new No Doubt cover band, this boss lady does it all. Her solo act is a show stopper as well. With a rich voice and a bluesy guitar, Vitort's style is a lovely blend of authentic Portland talent.

Hannah DiMo Our #WomenCrush music PDX team is pleased to welcome our newest team member, Hannah Dimolfetto to the crew! With her heavenly voice and sense of lyrical virtuosity, listeners can't help but be mesmerized by this multi-instrumentalist.

Internet Beef https://internetbeef.party/ Internet Beef is an Alt-Punk//Indie-Thrash//Spazz Pop band from Portland, Oregon! They are currently in the studio recording their first EP, (tour following!!) and will be label shopping shortly thereafter :0 Internet Beef has been told they sound fast and loud and have lots of energy. One guy said they sound like Queens of the Stone Age but better. They've been likened to acts like: Metallica, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Thee Oh Sees, System of A Down, White Reaper, and Fidlar.