Tango Alpha Tango – Tickets – Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR – December 28th, 2019

Tango Alpha Tango
Thrilling veteran Portland rock act helmed by husband-and-wife duo

Tango Alpha Tango

Dead Men Talking

$12.00
Ages 21+
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MOSTLY STANDING / LIMITED BALCONY SEATING

DOORS 8PM / SHOW 9PM

$12 ADV / $14 DOS

THIS EVENT IS 21+

VALID U.S. ID OR PASSPORT REQUIRED FOR ENTRY

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Tango Alpha Tango

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Tango Alpha Tango is a rock n’ roll band founded by husband and wife duo, Nathan Trueb and Mirabai Carter. They started off as high-school sweethearts and soon became bandmates and got married along the way. They hail from Oregon City, a suburb of Portland, Oregon, and now call the latter home. TAT has earned a storied reputation as one of the northwest’s most entertaining and exciting rock n’ roll bands in the decade that they have been making records, touring, and bending genres like rock, blues, pop & psychedelia into a sound all their own. Trueb’s frenetic stage presence and virtuosic guitar playing are perfectly balanced with Carter’s clever, slinking bass-lines. Their voices also compliment each other well: the distinct growl of Nathan’s vocals are tamed nicely by Mirabai’s soft, sultry backgrounds. Their show is not one to be missed, some of their fans recount seeing them over one hundred times live! Their filmed performance on the legendary KEXP radio show in Seattle has been viewed nearly 400,000 times with very good reason.

Dead Men Talking

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Dead Men Talking is a modern soul band from Portland, OR. Formed in the summer of 2014 by songwriter Corey Distler of The Martyrs and Zinnie for Short, Drummer Max Lilien of The Fourth Wall and Southern Belle, and multi-instrumentalist Casey Becker of Project Eldridge, the group released their self-titled, debut EP in the summer of 2015. Drawing from the classic bands of the 60's and 70's as well as Distler's jazz piano and composition studies at Portland State University, their sound is described as "an addicting sound wave of a ride" by Girl Underground. The band has begun work on their second release and has added keyboardist/organist Paul Hasenberg of Sallie Ford’s band and Shores of Oblivion to the roster.