:"Remember me..." 2nd Annual Paul deLay Memorial Concert Celebrates Life, Music and Spirit of Paul deLay When
: Sunday, April 20, 2008, 6-10 pm Where
:Kridel Grand Ballroom
Portland Art Museum
1219 SW Park Avenue
Portland, OR 97205 Telephone
Featuring Duffy Bishop, Linda Hornbuckle, Lloyd Jones, Terry Robb, Joe McMurrian, Jimi Bott and other special guests to be announced, hosted by former members of the Paul deLay Band in its various incarnations over the years (David Vest, and Louis Pain on keyboards; Peter Dammann on guitar; Dave Kahl, Don Campbell on bass; Jeff Minnick, Kelly Dunn on drums).
Also featuring special guests Teresa James & the Rhythm Tramps. Born in Houston, now based in Los Angeles, Teresa James is a triple threat pianist, songwriter and vocalist who has performed and/or recorded with Levon Helm, Delbert McClinton, Bonnie Raitt, Kirk Whalum, Marcia Ball, Tommy Castro, Al Anderson, Asleep at the Wheel, Lee Roy Parnell, Randy Newman, and Walter Trout. At Paul deLay's debut in the early 1990s at BB King's Club in Universal City CA, Teresa performed the duet Someday Baby, Maybe Our Luck Will Change," (released with Linda Hornbuckle singing the duet on Ocean of Tears). Teresa's eclectic band mates have worked with a wide range of artists including Jimmy Reed, Eric Burdon, Jackson Browne, Taj Mahal, Bonnie Raitt, Kim Carnes, Jennifer Warnes, Was Not Was, and Johnny Nash.
Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door (children and students $10 in advance, $15 at the door). Tickets are available in advance through the Portland Art Museum, 503-226-0973, or online at www.communityboxoffice.net. All funds raised will go toward a new Paul deLay scholarship program at Ethos Music Center in Northeast Portland.
Open to All ages. Food and refreshments available at the venue.
Paul deLay wrote the haunting lament Remember Me," after his mother, and the mothers of three band members, passed away during a two-year-period in the late 1990s. It was released on the Paul deLay Band's Heavy Rotation CD (Evidence Music) in 2001.
Paul deLay passed away on March 7, 2007 from complications due to late stage leukemia.
For more information, contact:
Peter Dammann * Paul deLay Band
Address:PO Box 25542
Portland OR 97298
Telephone: (503) 244-5827
Fax: (503) 289-2836
Email: [email protected]