Book Talent in Oregon
Sol SeedReggae/Fusion Band
Born of the woods, rivers and waterfalls of Oregon, reggae-fusion group Sol Seed sports diverse vocal styles, an eclectic sonic playbook and ethereal world music influences. Sporting a spectrum of musical tastes, Sol Seed flips between genre influences such as rock, soul and hip-hop over a solid reggae backbone.
Micah The RapperMicah The Rapper, Queen of Wavey AltRap Grooves.
Portland-based alternative hip-hop artist, Micah the Rapper, is a musical force to be reckoned with. Vibrant and bright, Micah is a free-spirited female rapper from the South who seamlessly blends playful lyricism with spirited storytelling. Micah has performed on many Portland stages and hip-hop showcases, including The Thesis, The Doug Fir Lounge, and Hungry Hungry Hip-Hop. She has performed with other great local and regional artists and bands, like Katastro, MAARQUII, Avery Harden, & more.
Antonio SombreroBalloon Twisting Fun!
Antonio Sombrero has been entertaining the NW for over 9 years with amazing balloon creations. He's also professional, polite, punctual, punny, and priced reasonably. This family friendly entertainer is in high demand so book early before his schedule fills up.
Nashville HottI’m just here for the free vodka
The Lord thy god and a KFC came together to give you one incredible woman. My name is Nashville Hott and I’m here to make you laugh, sing, and probably ask you for a shot of your cheapest vodka. I came from the dustiest trailer parks of Indiana to spread the word of god to the childrens, and also educate in the form of comedy. If you’re lucky, I might also finish chewing your bubble gum for you.
Three For SilverPortland, OR based doomfolk collective
Three For Silver is a freewheeling collective in which the only rule is to survive and perform, an elastic conglomeration of musical freaks as likely to be found in a grand theater performing for foreign dignitaries as busking on your street corner for spare change. Formed in 2013, Three For Silver has hit the road nonstop since 2013, often doing over 150 shows a year. They’re often found touring Europe, doing cultural diplomacy tours with the US State Department, and haunting the NW states.