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Portugal. The Man
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Tickets are $27 in advance, $32 day of show (including all service charges). They are also available through Hold My Ticket (112 2nd St SW), 505-886-1251, Monday to Friday 9 AM - 6 PM, Sat & Sun 11 AM - 6 PM.
Tickets will go on sale Friday, Feb. 3, at 10 AM.
STANDING ROOM. Very limited seating.
Formed in Wasilla, Alaska, Portugal. The Man [website | Amazon.com] grew out of the ashes of Anatomy of a Ghost, a post-hardcore band whose vocalist and guitarist—John Gourley and Zach Carothers, respectively—opted to continue working together. Rounding out the new band's lineup was keyboardist/singer Wes Hubbard, himself a veteran of other Alaskan groups, and the trio eventually relocated from Alaska to Portland, Oregon. Their initial existence in the Pacific Northwest was the typical hardscrabble life of a band with few resources, but drummer Jason Sechrist (formerly of Konmai Defense System) joined to form a more stable lineup. The band's profile received a boost from the Internet (the musicians made heavy use of MySpace and PureVolume for promotional purposes), and Portugal. The Man released an initial EP in 2005 before issuing their debut album, Waiter: You Vultures!, in early 2006. The next year, the group (whose lineup had once again reverted to three members, as Hubbard had left and was replaced by touring keyboardist Ryan Neighbors), issued Church Mouth, whose aggressive sound bore traces of Led Zeppelin and Jane's Addiction. The bandmates then opted to finance their third record themselves, drawing upon a wealth of guest musicians—including trombonists, trumpeters, and violinists—to create the eclectic Censored Colors. In 2009 the group released The Satanic Satanist, then quickly followed up the next year with the mellower and more electronic American Ghetto. Later that year, the band signed with Atlantic Records. Guitarist Noah Gersh joined the band for their 2011 summer tour. The group recorded their major label debut album, In the Mountain in the Cloud, in late 2011; it was produced by John Hill, mixed by Andy Wallace, and released in July of 2012. A month earlier, "Sleep Forever," a 13-minute short directed by Michael Ragen, and shot entirely in Gourley's hometown, premiered on the Independent Film Channel. This was the last recording for members Sechrist and Neighbors, who were replaced by drummer Kane Richotte and keyboardist Kyle O'Quin. Portugal. The Man enlisted Danger Mouse (Brian Burton) as producer for 2013's Evil Friends; the album was released in June of 2013. (All Music Guide)
In 2016, Portugal. The Man revealed their upcoming new album would be titled Gloomin + Doomin. The group has shared a video for a track, "Noise Pollution," that will be included on the follow-up to Evil Friends.
HDBeenDope will open the show. He has his start in Hip-Hop at the age of 9, by "borrowing" his brother’s CDs. At age 12, HD and his friends started a Hip-Hop group and would record freestyles on cassette tapes. At the age of 14, HD began music producing where he get the name Hitmaker D, due to the "hits" he was making at the time.
At 16, HD released his first mixtape Backpack Rap, a compilation of verses over popular beats at the time. When he turned 17 he released his first official mixtape Since 94, which introduced him to the world through the internet, with videos like "Wordplay" and "Put It On." P.Heace Be The Journey was released in 2016.
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