New Video –“Blue Paint” Alexa Wiley & the Wilderness, 2015 We love #lowtech
Thurs. June 18 @ Salvage Works Grand Re-Opening Party! 2024 N. Argyle St., Portland, OR, 7 pm, Door at 6 pm, Beer, Wine, Art, Music & more…
Sat. June 27 @ KALA 1017 Marine Drive, Astoria, OR, 9pm • $8, Door at 8pm, Cocktails and Bites, Hip Fish Article on Alexa Wiley & the Wilderness, special guest Michael Hurley to fiddle a tune.
Crossroads show on KMUN, Saturday, June 27th, Alexa with host Bonnie Lively streaming live at Noon @ Coast Community Radio
Alexa Wiley and her Wiley Coyotes will play early Sat. May 30 on X-Ray FM, 107.1 FM, 8-9 am with host JBJ! Tune in while you ponder life with coffee…
Later in the day…take a tour of the Tiny House Hotel while listening to Lil’ Alexa & the Tiny Wilderness perform their littlest hits 4-8pm, $10 at the door, Beer, Music, S’mores and tiny tours included w/admission! This is the tail end of Portland’s Accessory Dwelling Unit Tour.
Everyone likes to get small from time to time…See everyone there that can make it!
Alexa Wiley & Bret Malmquist will play at McMenamins Grand Lodge tonight, Fri. May 15, 7-10 downstairs at the garage door. Free show!
Upcoming: Official release and InStore performance Jan. 9 at 6pm at Portland’s own Music Millennium capitol of ‘keeping it weird’. Thanks Terry.
Album currently exclusively available at Music Millennium or from alexawiley.com or any live show.
Reviews on release party & Wilderness album:
“Alexa & the Wilderness stunningly stirred myself and James to tears on Clinton Street tonight. I am still blown away by the poetry that graced us tonight; feeling very humbled by this blessing.” – Nayibe “Geebs” Rojas / Ma Fondue
“It was the perfect launch for Alexa Wiley and the Wilderness CD. The band was tight and Alexa was right on. Good show and a good time for all. Once again Gregg Williams produced a winner.” Kathryn Frederick, Red Newt Records/Frederick Productions.
“Alexa Wiley & the Wilderness enveloped their enthusiastic audience with a big bold hug of a cd release at the Clinton Street. Their intuitive and inventive playing was a promise of the treasures to be found in the record produced with Gregg Williams (Sheryl Crow, Wilco).” – Lisa Lepine, Promotion Queen.