Musician, Podcaster, Writer, Consultant

More Devotedly Volume I event @ The 1905

The 1905 830 N Shaver St, Portland, Oregon

7:00 pm and 8:30 pm sets Portland Jazz Composers Ensemble’s Executive Director Douglas Detrick steps out of the background to lead his own band in two sets of music. More Devotedly is both the name of the band and of the podcast hosted by Detrick that shares the stories of artists whose work addresses the most urgent issues in our democracy. Like a party with Pete Seeger, Duke Ellington, Ornette Coleman, and Studs Terkel all in attendance, More Devotedly is a cultural and political discussion set to music, featuring songs, snippets of interviews from the podcast, and a hybrid of old-time folk music, jazz, and electronic music played by Detrick on banjo, trumpet and voice; Joe Kye on violin, electronics and voice; Mike Gamble on guitar, and Christopher Johnedis on drums.

$5

Tale in the Telling @ OSU Music a la Carte series

Like a party with Pete Seeger, Duke Ellington, and Studs Terkel all in attendance, Douglas Detrick’s Tale in the Telling plays a hybrid of traditional folk music, jazz, and original songs played by Detrick on banjo, trumpet and voice; Mike Gamble on guitar, and Ryan Biesack on drums.  12:00 pm, Friday, January 10th | OSU Music a la Carte concert series, OSU Memorial Union Lounge | 2501 SW Jefferson Way Free and open to the public

Free

Tale in the Telling @ Pig & Olive with BMW Trio

Like a party with Pete Seeger, Duke Ellington, and Studs Terkel all in attendance, Douglas Detrick’s Tale in the Telling plays a hybrid of traditional folk music, jazz, and original songs played by Detrick on banjo, trumpet and voice; Mike Gamble on guitar, and Ryan Biesack on drums.  8:00 pm, Friday January 10th | BMW Trio at 9 pm, Tale in the Telling 10:00 pmPig & Olive | 151 NW Monroe Ave, Corvallis, OR 97330

$5

More Devotedly Vol. II | Climate Crisis

Shout House 210 SE Madison St #11, Portland, Oregon

Volume II: Climate Crisis, the second installment of More Devotedly, realizes we know the facts about climate change—what’s needed now is an emotional transformation that incites action. Combining live music, poetry, dance, and audio storytelling to tell three stories around climate change, composer, and podcaster Douglas Detrick invites guest artists Joe Kye, Stephanie McCollough, and Lara Messersmith-Glavin to open our hearts to the enormity of our present challenges. February 1 at 5:30 &  9 pm February 2 at 1 & 5:30 pm Part of the 2020 Fertile Ground Festival Shout House 210 SE Madison St #11, Portland, OR 97214

$10 – $20

More Devotedly Vol. II | Climate Crisis

Shout House 210 SE Madison St #11, Portland, Oregon

Volume II: Climate Crisis, the second installment of More Devotedly, realizes we know the facts about climate change—what’s needed now is an emotional transformation that incites action. Combining live music, poetry, dance, and audio storytelling to tell three stories around climate change, composer, and podcaster Douglas Detrick invites guest artists Joe Kye, Stephanie McCollough, and Lara Messersmith-Glavin to open our hearts to the enormity of our present challenges. February 1 at 5:30 &  9 pm February 2 at 1 & 5:30 pm Part of the 2020 Fertile Ground Festival Shout House 210 SE Madison St #11, Portland, OR 97214

More Devotedly Vol. II | Climate Crisis

Shout House 210 SE Madison St #11, Portland, Oregon

Volume II: Climate Crisis, the second installment of More Devotedly, realizes we know the facts about climate change—what’s needed now is an emotional transformation that incites action. Combining live music, poetry, dance, and audio storytelling to tell three stories around climate change, composer, and podcaster Douglas Detrick invites guest artists Joe Kye, Stephanie McCollough, and Lara Messersmith-Glavin to open our hearts to the enormity of our present challenges. February 1 at 5:30 &  9 pm February 2 at 1 & 5:30 pm Part of the 2020 Fertile Ground Festival Shout House 210 SE Madison St #11, Portland, OR 97214

More Devotedly Vol. II | Climate Crisis

Shout House 210 SE Madison St #11, Portland, Oregon

Volume II: Climate Crisis, the second installment of More Devotedly, realizes we know the facts about climate change—what’s needed now is an emotional transformation that incites action. Combining live music, poetry, dance, and audio storytelling to tell three stories around climate change, composer, and podcaster Douglas Detrick invites guest artists Joe Kye, Stephanie McCollough, and Lara Messersmith-Glavin to open our hearts to the enormity of our present challenges. February 1 at 5:30 &  9 pm February 2 at 1 & 5:30 pm Part of the 2020 Fertile Ground Festival Shout House 210 SE Madison St #11, Portland, OR 97214

Glass Stories EP & Chapbook release concert

Resound NW 1532 SW Jefferson St, Portland, Oregon

Glass Stories is a collection of two short stories, two songs, and photographs inspired by the fragility, adaptability, and resiliency of glass. The project makes connections across boundaries of history, fiction, and music, with the mythical and physical presence of glass as an inspiration. It’s also a project that marks a new chapter in my career—this is my first collection of short stories, and shows the deep connections I’m hoping to build between music and fiction in the coming years. I'll perform on banjo and voice, with Amelia Lukas on flute, Catherine Lee on english horn, and Jasnam Daya Singh on harmonium and piano. Rebecca Sanborn will play a solo vocal/piano set to open the concert. Print copies of Glass Stories chapbook will be available, but attendees are strongly encouraged to pre-order tickets and merchandise through the Glass Stories Kickstarter campaign.

$5 – $25

RACC Arts3C Grant Feedback Group

Mosaic String Academy 5120 SE 28th Ave, Portland, Oregon

I'm celebrating the launch of Substrate Arts Consulting with a free grant feedback group. There are six spots available for artists of any discipline to join a feedback group that will meet at 7 pm on Monday, September 12 at Mosaic String Academy, 5120 SE 28th Ave, Portland, OR 97202. This is a great way to get more comfortable with grant writing in a fun, low-cost setting. We’ll be focusing on the upcoming RACC Arts3C grant program. Each participant will share their application or ideas, and I and the other participants will offer feedback. You don’t need to have written a draft of your application, or even have a fully formed idea for what you’d want your project to be. A group of artists giving feedback like this can be incredibly powerful, not matter what challenges you’re encountering in your grant writing process.  RSVP to reserve your spot.

Free