Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Saturday, October 21, 2006
Kitty TV: Mike Danner
Miz Kitty's Parlour '06-'07 season starts today!
She's in a whole new house, Imbibe, in Southeast Portland. Here is a great original song from Mike Danner we recorded last year. Find out more about Mike at http://accordiancrimes.com and come see him perform with Trashcan Joe Tonight at Miz Kitty's Parlour.
Sunday, July 30, 2006
The Jelly Fish Chorus
Wednesday, July 05, 2006
Meow Radio: KJ McElrath
Promo: Watch Vaudecast "Voice of the City"
Wednesday, April 26, 2006
Gallus Brothers - Unusual Musicians
Monday, April 17, 2006
Mandala - Belly Dancers
Thursday, April 13, 2006
Caleb Klauder - Singer Songwriter
This Singer Songwriter shows off his new song and his new hat! "Former Calobo co-leader Caleb Klauder turns out to be a singer-songwriter with a rich country-flavored voice that sounds like Townes Van Zandt one minute and Doug Sahm the next. His simple (but not simpleminded) honkytonk ditties could easily coax half the bar into that city cowboy shuffling-waltz thing they call dancing these days." - Willamette Week.
From the March 18, 2006 show.
Saturday, March 25, 2006
The Reverend Loren Hoskins
It's Sunday morning on Saturday night when Loren Hoskins preaches to the sinners congregated at Miz Kitty's Parlour.
Fine comedy from one of Stumptown's most wonderfully warped minds! Don't miss this video clip from the November 19, 2005 Miz Kitty's Parlour Revue. It's video iPod ready. Amen!
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Belly Dancing by Rachel
Thursday, March 02, 2006
Feb 18 ,2006 Show - Sweethearts of Portland Spectacular!
Features the eclectic uke-y jazz of Caravan Gough, and the old-time duo of Greg Clarke on mandolin and Doug Sammons on guitar.
Second set - Audio only - 43 min - (.mp3 - 44 MB)
Features phenomenal finger picking guitar by Jamie Stillway and foot stomping zydeco music by the New Iberians.For show details and links, see
Roswell Sisters - It's the Girl
If David Lynch were to make a film in a small town on Venus, the Roswell Sisters would be the nightclub act. Unearthing the forgotten tunes of 1930's vocal jazz legends the Boswell Sisters as if they were some ancient tome hidden deep in the Nile River Valley, the Roswell Sisters presents an androgynous mix of three-part "female" harmonies set to an alien soundscape painted by members of Portland's Trash Can Joe. From the November 19, 2005 show.
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The Red Rose Girls - Miner's Blues
Pulling material from the Carter Family, Hazel and Alice and Doc Watson, The Red Rose Girls make these great works their own. Powerful singing is the hallmark of the band so it is easy to overlook the secret ingredient that makes these girls even more unique.
With only two guitars and limited hand percussion, they manage to lay down strong rhythms underneath the old songs that range from fierce and primal to trance-like. From the October 15, 2005 show.
Wednesday, March 01, 2006
About the Miz Kitty's Parlour Podcasts
Taking the 21st century audience into the realm of the Alaskan Gold Rush, genuine Vaudeville acts and Music in the spirit of true Americana, Lisa Marsicek aka Miz Kitty will again be your seasoned and spirited guide for a night you will never forget!
Every show will bring bits, schtick and musical acts bound to astound, astonish and thrill you! Song & dance, comedy & theatrics, string bands, classical & eclectic; the outrageous & the delightful variety of acts combine to tickle and entertain.
This site allows you to catch up with shows you missed while out of town, share them with friends or just replay your favorites.
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