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LIVE in concert: Leslie Hudson with guests the PDX Broadsides & Betsy Tinney

Leslie Hudson’s PSYCHE TOUR
$10 admission

Joy | Allure | Trust | Sorrow | Inquiry | Justice | Sovereignty | Fury | Trauma | Empathy | Grace | Defiance | Passion 

Leslie Hudson is what happens when Tori Amos and Loreena McKennitt swap set lists, and folktales become character studies of the female psyche. A powerhouse vocalist with piano in tow, this endlessly touring musician is wending her way from the west coast home to ON playing songs that illustrate the Inner Circle of the mind, aspects to which we give voice. With inspiration drawn from life, history, myth and pop culture, this award-winning songwriter cuts deep to the marrow of story and sings it to the surface. Raw passion, arresting performance, music that matters. Website:

For one night only, Leslie Hudson is joined by The PDX Broadsides & Betsy Tinney!

Like songs about science, space, Shakespeare, and things that don’t start with S? The PDX Broadsides are the nerdy Portland pop-folk trio for you. Since they started playing together in 2011, The PDX Broadsides have become known internationally for their harmonies and clever writing. They’ve played at events and conventions across the US and Canada, including Dragon Con, Rose City Comic Con, OryCon, and the Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival. Their upcoming fifth studio album, “Relatable Content,” is slated for release in Summer 2019.

Individually, each band member has their own nerdy street cred: Dr. Jessica Hebert is a postdoctoral reproductive researcher at OHSU and an internationally-presenting science communicator. Hollyanna McCollom is the author of the Moon Guide to Portland and builds costumes for cosplay and burlesque. Christian Lipski was Portland's foremost comics journalist and served as a judge for the comics industry's Eisner Awards.  Website:

Betsy Tinney is a cello storyteller. With her cello and an electronic loop pedal, Betsy weaves rich, complex and varied tapestries of sound. Her original cello compositions paint pictures and tell tales, from thunderstorms and skeletal mice to dancing elephants and humpback whales. Website: