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Lew Jones Trio and Haunted Spaceship

Lew Jones' music career spans over three decades as singer, songwriter and guitar virtuoso. He is known for several hit songs the most notable being The Terwilliger Bridge" (1978), "I think I'm Gonna Rain Tonight" (1979) and Saint John's Street" included on the NOPO Compilation in 2007. His reach is far from local, however, and has gained extensive international airplay from three 'Rainbow Samplers' put out by Poetman Records. Lew's prolific career spans a plethora of CDs and events, including 2003's album Sublimation.The Lew Jones Trio is 

Lew Jones on Guitar 

Lew Jones on Guitar 

The Lew Jones Trio

The Lew Jones Trio

Haunted Spaceship is a local Portland Band. Their  EP  entitled "Running 2 the Future" just released this spring of 2014 at SXSW.With five songs and two instrumentals, this album is the build up for their full length album coming this summer. They are ready to beam you aboard..

Here is a review of their music from WWeek dated June 11, 2014

Why you care: Toni Hill’s voice is a versatile instrument. In the decade-plus she’s been singing in Portland, her plush alto has pillowed hip-hop records, soul records, jazz records—even a commercial for a Conair hair-coloring device. But until Colin Luba sent her beats for his new project, she’d never sang over anything that could be considered “electronic music.” A longtime DJ and producer around town, Luba had been a fan of Hill’s from her days performing with Seattle rap crew Oldominion and the duo Siren’s Echo. He’d begun dabbling in spacier production and wanted “an amazing voice” to go over it. After getting over her initial hesitation, Hill got a babysitter for her three kids and decamped to Luba’s studio in Mount Angel, Ore. “For me, the reason why I took it is it forced me out of my comfort zone,” she says. Haunted Spaceships’ introductory EP, Running 2 the Future, came together just about on the fly. Hill’s breathy, ethereal coo lends a floating quality to Luba’s cosmic blips and bloops, neon synths and hip-hop drums, creating a kind of weightless, galaxial R&B. With a full album forthcoming, what started as a one-off experiment has congealed into a real group. With a diverse résumé to her name, Hill is prepared to make the push. “There’s a lot of things, in terms of a leap of faith or sacrifice, that I don’t have to worry about, because I’ve done all that crap,” Hill says. “So it’s like, ‘Let’s just go for it.’ The fear, or the unknown parts, are not discouraging to me anymore.”