Friday, October 7, 2011

Big Month for The Milkman's Union

It's time for the First Friday Art Walk here in Portland, and Eternal Otter Records will be celebrating with a free concert from The Milkman's Union in Congress Square. The event is sponsored by the Portland Music Foundation and goes from 5 to 6 pm. Stop by to listen to the music, pick up free download cards and records, and find out more about events coming up from The Milkman's Union, Eternal Otter Records, and The Portland Music Foundation. Here is the advanced word on those events:

Thursday, Oct 13th: The Milkman's Union celebrates the release of their new vinyl single "Texas Hold Me" from Eternal Otter Records with a show at Mayo Street Arts. The Milkman's Union will be joined onstage by a host of friends, including opener South China. Advanced tickets are available now. Show begins at 8 pm. You can also pre-order the single right now through Eternal Otter Records' new bandcamp page.

Thursday, Oct 14th: The Portland Music Foundation is throwing a CMJ kick off party at the EMPIRE Dine & Dance, featuring vinyl to get you dancing all night long, alongside songs from all seven bands participating in the Portland CMJ Showcase in New York City.

Thursday, Oct 20th: The CMJ Music Marathon is one of the largest music industry events in the world, and the Portland Music Foundation will be showcasing Maine's talents at NYC's Sullivan Hall on the 20th. The Milkman's Union will be in attendance, alongside Spose, Billy Libby, Kurt Baker, Sunset Hearts, The Mallett Brothers, and the Toughcats.

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