• Harmony Sing-Along of Popular Songs from the 60s and 70s

    The Friendly House Community Center

    Finally, a chance to sing together well known songs of the 60s & 70s. Sung in a song circle fashion, each person picks a song from a songbook of popular songs from this era (see below) for which our talented guitarist(s) will lead us through the verses. Afterwards, we move to the next person in the circle and repeat! Fun, lots of opportunity to sing your heart out to songs you long to sing. Here's a little bit about the organizers: David Burdick David has been playing the guitar since 16. He has sung in choirs in Europe and Denmark and is very interested in creating opportunity for community to gather and sing well-loved songs. Ted Kaye Ted plays banjo and guitar and loves singing harmony. He lives in NW Portland and leads a couple of music circles. His first inspirations were the New Christy Minstrels. Here's a partial list of songs we sing: • All I Have to Do is Dream • Amie • Blowin' In The Wind • The Boxer • Build Me Up, Buttercup • California Dreaming • Fifty Ninth Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) • For What It's Worth • Heartache Tonight • Homeward Bound • I've Just Seen a Face • Leaving on a Jet Plane • Let It Be • Moon Shadow • Puff, the Magic Dragon • Rocky Mountain High • Take It Easy • Take Me Home, Country Roads • Teach Your Children • Will The Circle Be Unbroken? We also welcome new songs--provided they are well-known, singable, state the guitar chords, and copies of the words are brought for all. Please see "More" >"Files" and lyrics for full set of songs options thus far. Hope to see you at this event--held every second Friday at the Friendly House in Portland.

  • Harmony Sing-Along of Popular Songs from the 60s and 70s

    The Friendly House Community Center

    Finally, a chance to sing together well known songs of the 60s & 70s. Sung in a song circle fashion, each person picks a song from a songbook of popular songs from this era (see below) for which our talented guitarist(s) will lead us through the verses. Afterwards, we move to the next person in the circle and repeat! Fun, lots of opportunity to sing your heart out to songs you long to sing. Here's a little bit about the organizers: David Burdick David has been playing the guitar since 16. He has sung in choirs in Europe and Denmark and is very interested in creating opportunity for community to gather and sing well-loved songs. Ted Kaye Ted plays banjo and guitar and loves singing harmony. He lives in NW Portland and leads a couple of music circles. His first inspirations were the New Christy Minstrels. Here's a partial list of songs we sing: • All I Have to Do is Dream • Amie • Blowin' In The Wind • The Boxer • Build Me Up, Buttercup • California Dreaming • Fifty Ninth Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) • For What It's Worth • Heartache Tonight • Homeward Bound • I've Just Seen a Face • Leaving on a Jet Plane • Let It Be • Moon Shadow • Puff, the Magic Dragon • Rocky Mountain High • Take It Easy • Take Me Home, Country Roads • Teach Your Children • Will The Circle Be Unbroken? We also welcome new songs--provided they are well-known, singable, state the guitar chords, and copies of the words are brought for all. Please see "More" >"Files" and lyrics for full set of songs options thus far. Hope to see you at this event--held every second Friday at the Friendly House in Portland.

  • Harmony Sing-Along of Popular Songs from the 60s and 70s

    The Friendly House Community Center

    Finally, a chance to sing together well known songs of the 60s & 70s. Sung in a song circle fashion, each person picks a song from a songbook of popular songs from this era (see below) for which our talented guitarist(s) will lead us through the verses. Afterwards, we move to the next person in the circle and repeat! Fun, lots of opportunity to sing your heart out to songs you long to sing. Here's a little bit about the organizers: David Burdick David has been playing the guitar since 16. He has sung in choirs in Europe and Denmark and is very interested in creating opportunity for community to gather and sing well-loved songs. Ted Kaye Ted plays banjo and guitar and loves singing harmony. He lives in NW Portland and leads a couple of music circles. His first inspirations were the New Christy Minstrels. Here's a partial list of songs we sing: • All I Have to Do is Dream • Amie • Blowin' In The Wind • The Boxer • Build Me Up, Buttercup • California Dreaming • Fifty Ninth Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) • For What It's Worth • Heartache Tonight • Homeward Bound • I've Just Seen a Face • Leaving on a Jet Plane • Let It Be • Moon Shadow • Puff, the Magic Dragon • Rocky Mountain High • Take It Easy • Take Me Home, Country Roads • Teach Your Children • Will The Circle Be Unbroken? We also welcome new songs--provided they are well-known, singable, state the guitar chords, and copies of the words are brought for all. Please see "More" >"Files" and lyrics for full set of songs options thus far. Hope to see you at this event--held every second Friday at the Friendly House in Portland.

  • Harmony Sing-Along of Popular Songs from the 60s and 70s

    The Friendly House Community Center

    Finally, a chance to sing together well known songs of the 60s & 70s. Sung in a song circle fashion, each person picks a song from a songbook of popular songs from this era (see below) for which our talented guitarist(s) will lead us through the verses. Afterwards, we move to the next person in the circle and repeat! Fun, lots of opportunity to sing your heart out to songs you long to sing. Here's a little bit about the organizers: David Burdick David has been playing the guitar since 16. He has sung in choirs in Europe and Denmark and is very interested in creating opportunity for community to gather and sing well-loved songs. Ted Kaye Ted plays banjo and guitar and loves singing harmony. He lives in NW Portland and leads a couple of music circles. His first inspirations were the New Christy Minstrels. Here's a partial list of songs we sing: • All I Have to Do is Dream • Amie • Blowin' In The Wind • The Boxer • Build Me Up, Buttercup • California Dreaming • Fifty Ninth Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) • For What It's Worth • Heartache Tonight • Homeward Bound • I've Just Seen a Face • Leaving on a Jet Plane • Let It Be • Moon Shadow • Puff, the Magic Dragon • Rocky Mountain High • Take It Easy • Take Me Home, Country Roads • Teach Your Children • Will The Circle Be Unbroken? We also welcome new songs--provided they are well-known, singable, state the guitar chords, and copies of the words are brought for all. Please see "More" >"Files" and lyrics for full set of songs options thus far. Hope to see you at this event--held every second Friday at the Friendly House in Portland.

  • Harmony Sing-Along of Popular Songs from the 60s and 70s

    The Friendly House Community Center

    Finally, a chance to sing together well known songs of the 60s & 70s. Sung in a song circle fashion, each person picks a song from a songbook of popular songs from this era (see below) for which our talented guitarist(s) will lead us through the verses. Afterwards, we move to the next person in the circle and repeat! Fun, lots of opportunity to sing your heart out to songs you long to sing. Here's a little bit about the organizers: David Burdick David has been playing the guitar since 16. He has sung in choirs in Europe and Denmark and is very interested in creating opportunity for community to gather and sing well-loved songs. Ted Kaye Ted plays banjo and guitar and loves singing harmony. He lives in NW Portland and leads a couple of music circles. His first inspirations were the New Christy Minstrels. Here's a partial list of songs we sing: • All I Have to Do is Dream • Amie • Blowin' In The Wind • The Boxer • Build Me Up, Buttercup • California Dreaming • Fifty Ninth Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) • For What It's Worth • Heartache Tonight • Homeward Bound • I've Just Seen a Face • Leaving on a Jet Plane • Let It Be • Moon Shadow • Puff, the Magic Dragon • Rocky Mountain High • Take It Easy • Take Me Home, Country Roads • Teach Your Children • Will The Circle Be Unbroken? We also welcome new songs--provided they are well-known, singable, state the guitar chords, and copies of the words are brought for all. Please see "More" >"Files" and lyrics for full set of songs options thus far. Hope to see you at this event--held every second Friday at the Friendly House in Portland.

  • Harmony Sing-Along of Popular Songs from the 60s and 70s

    The Friendly House Community Center

    Finally, a chance to sing together well known songs of the 60s & 70s. Sung in a song circle fashion, each person picks a song from a songbook of popular songs from this era (see below) for which our talented guitarist(s) will lead us through the verses. Afterwards, we move to the next person in the circle and repeat! Fun, lots of opportunity to sing your heart out to songs you long to sing. Here's a little bit about the organizers: David Burdick David has been playing the guitar since 16. He has sung in choirs in Europe and Denmark and is very interested in creating opportunity for community to gather and sing well-loved songs. Ted Kaye Ted plays banjo and guitar and loves singing harmony. He lives in NW Portland and leads a couple of music circles. His first inspirations were the New Christy Minstrels. Here's a partial list of songs we sing: • All I Have to Do is Dream • Amie • Blowin' In The Wind • The Boxer • Build Me Up, Buttercup • California Dreaming • Fifty Ninth Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) • For What It's Worth • Heartache Tonight • Homeward Bound • I've Just Seen a Face • Leaving on a Jet Plane • Let It Be • Moon Shadow • Puff, the Magic Dragon • Rocky Mountain High • Take It Easy • Take Me Home, Country Roads • Teach Your Children • Will The Circle Be Unbroken? We also welcome new songs--provided they are well-known, singable, state the guitar chords, and copies of the words are brought for all. Please see "More" >"Files" and lyrics for full set of songs options thus far. Hope to see you at this event--held every second Friday at the Friendly House in Portland.

  • Pete Seeger Tribute and Sing-a-Long

    Clinton Street Theater

    CST and Columbia Riverkeeper present Pete Seeger Tribute and Sing-a-Long Showtimes Friday, May 3 6:30pm For the fifth year, the Clinton Street Theater proudly hosts the annual Pete Seeger Tribute and Birthday Celebration in support of Columbia Riverkeeper. We are hosting this special event on what would have been Pete's 100th birthday!!! Join the Facebook Event and invite your friends! Before there were Riverkeepers, there was Pete Seeger. Most commonly associated with American folk music, Pete’s passion for the Hudson River helped spawn not only the cleanup of that industrialized river but a whole organization to protect and restore rivers around the globe. Pete lived along the Hudson River with his wife, Toshi. Outraged by the pollution in river, the couple built a boat named the Clearwater. The Clearwater served as hub of the Hudson River revival and it caught the attention of John Cronin, who became the first Riverkeeper. The connection to water, music, and organizing runs strong in the Waterkeeper movement. We owe a part of our existence to the passion, dedication and creatively of Pete Seeger. We hope you join us to celebrate his birthday and our Columbia River. 6:30 - 7:00pm Doors open and you can meet and mingle. 7:00 - 8:30pm Concert. Videos. Conversation. 8:30 - 9:00pm. Sing-a-long to your favorite Pete Seeger songs. Featured performers include Joe Hickerson (co-wrote "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?"). Ted Kaye will once again serve as the MC. More info at https://www.cstpdx.com/show/cst-and-columbia-riverkeeper-present-pete-seeger-tribute-and-sing-long

  • Harmony Sing-Along of Popular Songs from the 60s and 70s

    The Friendly House Community Center

    Finally, a chance to sing together well known songs of the 60s & 70s. Sung in a song circle fashion, each person picks a song from a songbook of popular songs from this era (see below) for which our talented guitarist(s) will lead us through the verses. Afterwards, we move to the next person in the circle and repeat! Fun, lots of opportunity to sing your heart out to songs you long to sing. Here's a little bit about the organizers: David Burdick David has been playing the guitar since 16. He has sung in choirs in Europe and Denmark and is very interested in creating opportunity for community to gather and sing well-loved songs. Ted Kaye Ted plays banjo and guitar and loves singing harmony. He lives in NW Portland and leads a couple of music circles. His first inspirations were the New Christy Minstrels. Here's a partial list of songs we sing: • All I Have to Do is Dream • Amie • Blowin' In The Wind • The Boxer • Build Me Up, Buttercup • California Dreaming • Fifty Ninth Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) • For What It's Worth • Heartache Tonight • Homeward Bound • I've Just Seen a Face • Leaving on a Jet Plane • Let It Be • Moon Shadow • Puff, the Magic Dragon • Rocky Mountain High • Take It Easy • Take Me Home, Country Roads • Teach Your Children • Will The Circle Be Unbroken? We also welcome new songs--provided they are well-known, singable, state the guitar chords, and copies of the words are brought for all. Please see "More" >"Files" and lyrics for full set of songs options thus far. Hope to see you at this event--held every second Friday at the Friendly House in Portland.

  • 35th Annual Singtime Frolics weekend March 22, 23, 24, 2019

    Menucha Retreat and Conference Center

    35th Annual Singtime Frolics weekend March 22, 23, 24, 2019 (4th weekend in March) Join us for a spring weekend of singing, jamming, learning and sharing at Portland FolkMusic Society's annual retreat. Menucha Conference and Retreat Center near Corbett, Oregon less than an hour's drive from Portland in the spectacular Columbia Gorge. Friday evening Dinner at 7 pm All-comers song circle Late night singing & jams Saturday Three meals Workshops, song circles & jams Participants' concert More late night music Sunday Breakfast Workshops, etc. Closing song circle More info and registration details at http://portlandfolkmusic.org/singtime.php (registration and payment (approx $180) via website above required)

  • Harmony Sing-Along of Popular Songs from the 60s and 70s

    The Friendly House Community Center

    Finally, a chance to sing together well known songs of the 60s & 70s. Sung in a song circle fashion, each person picks a song from a songbook of popular songs from this era (see below) for which our talented guitarist(s) will lead us through the verses. Afterwards, we move to the next person in the circle and repeat! Fun, lots of opportunity to sing your heart out to songs you long to sing. Here's a little bit about the organizers: David Burdick David has been playing the guitar since 16. He has sung in choirs in Europe and Denmark and is very interested in creating opportunity for community to gather and sing well-loved songs. Ted Kaye Ted plays banjo and guitar and loves singing harmony. He lives in NW Portland and leads a couple of music circles. His first inspirations were the New Christy Minstrels. Here's a partial list of songs we sing: • All I Have to Do is Dream • Amie • Blowin' In The Wind • The Boxer • Build Me Up, Buttercup • California Dreaming • Fifty Ninth Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) • For What It's Worth • Heartache Tonight • Homeward Bound • I've Just Seen a Face • Leaving on a Jet Plane • Let It Be • Moon Shadow • Puff, the Magic Dragon • Rocky Mountain High • Take It Easy • Take Me Home, Country Roads • Teach Your Children • Will The Circle Be Unbroken? We also welcome new songs--provided they are well-known, singable, state the guitar chords, and copies of the words are brought for all. Please see "More" >"Files" and lyrics for full set of songs options thus far. Hope to see you at this event--held every second Friday at the Friendly House in Portland.