By Brad Morley
The Portland music scene was once based in clubs in the downtown area. It was convenient for some to head to the few blocks that make up Old Town and Chinatown and spend a night at the classic room Key Largo or head over to Satyricon to bang their heads. However, all things in life run in cycles; great clubs close and others open in their wake. One thing that never changes is Portland’s amazing live music fans.
As the city expands, homes sprawl into the west hills and move out to Hillsboro. The music business demands some entrepreneurs take a risk and open live music venues to give the new millennium baby boomers a place to relax and have Continue reading