Doug Lindstrom Memorial Show feat. OldMil, Haymaker, Wilkinson Blades, The Loved, Courtney Taylor-Taylor

Doug Lindstrom Memorial Show feat. OldMil, Haymaker, Wilkinson Blades, The Loved, Courtney Taylor-Taylor

Fri, April 6, 2018

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm


This event is 21 and over

Doug Lindstrom was a founding member of critically acclaimed Portland '90's rockers Thrillbilly, and well-known, longtime bartender at NW Portland’s 21st Avenue Bar & Grill. Often dubbed the ‘Mayor of Northwest Portland’, Doug had a deep and lasting connection with the community. Doug passed away in November of 2017 after a battle with cancer.

Proceeds from the show go to The Jeremy Wilson Foundation in Doug Lindstrom's name.

OldMil - (Set time: 11:45 PM)
OldMil is an American rock band from Portland, Oregon. Born out of a rich and diverse Pacific Northwest music scene, OldMil have a head shaking, boot stomping, fists in the air sound. We're talking about heavy riffage guitar rock here. Marshall stacks and booster pedals is what they use to express themselves.

The Portland Oregon-raised men of OldMil have built their sound based off of years of playing in bands and avenues and of course lots of beer and whiskey. You take these boys home to meet your mother only if you want her to have a good time.
Haymaker - (Set time: 11:00 PM)
Founded in 1992, Portland, Oregon based Haymaker enjoyed success through much of the nineties. The band received national press and major label attention for multiple releases including several singles and one full length album “The Dream Ride Home”. Haymaker performed to large audiences across the western United States and gained a national reputation for amazing live shows.
After disbanding in 1998 to pursue other musical interests, Haymaker reformed in 2011 and and found their loyal fan base waiting for them. Haymaker has been performing select shows
and recording ever since.
To great anticipation, Haymaker will release a new album on June 20th, 2014. The new album will be available at retail outlets as well as Itunes, Bandcamp and CD Baby. Shaped by the hardships of the Great Recession and powered by the lyrical talent of frontman
Steve Lockwood, this collection of new material is driven by raw energy and emotion. Most songs were recorded live and some were improvised, but every track shines with honesty and authenticity.
Wilkinson Blades - (Set time: 10:15 PM)
Wilkinson Blades
Working the stages and studios in Portland and the greater Northwest over the past two-plus decades, singer/songwriter Steve Wilkinson has cemented his position as one of the region’s most honest and consistent voices in rock. He has assembled an all-star line-up of Portland veterans in Grant Cumpston (guitar), Leif Myrberg (drums), and Nashville/Los Angeles transplant David Lane (bass), who all give the band a rich, evocative and layered sound that ruminates past pleasures and loves but firmly looks toward a bright future.
The Loved - (Set time: 9:30 PM)
The Loved
The Loved may be a new name to you, but its members should be no strangers to the ears of Portland, Ore. Led by songwriter and guitarist Lael Alderman, and featuring the rock solid rhythm section of Daven Hall (The Bella Fayes, Thrillbilly) & Jake Endicott (Oh Darling, Revival Drum Shop), this trio believes in the simple power of 3 chords and the truth. They believe every great song needs a great melody. They know music should move you.

The Loved are currently releasing singles for their upcoming full-length album due out later in 2016.
Courtney Taylor-Taylor - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Courtney Taylor-Taylor
American singer-songwriter, born 20 July 1967 in Portland, Oregon, USA.
The Jeremy Wilson Foundation - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
The Jeremy Wilson Foundation

There is a lack of relief organizations assisting working musicians who, as members of the creative class, are often at high risk of serious financial harm in times of medical crisis. Often due to a lack of fundamental financial security, stability, and a professional business structure, many artists simply cannot afford basic health care. Musicians are considered self-employed and do not receive employee benefits and are twice as likely as the general public to be uninsured.*


We are dedicated to providing emergency financial assistance and to improving the overall well-being of individual musicians and their families during times of medical crisis.

Currently we provide JWF Musicians Emergency Healthcare Fund financial assistance grants to qualified recipients, including; access to social worker services to help find additional state and federal aid.


We are working to establish a permanent and ongoing endowment level fund called JWF Musicians’ Emergency Healthcare Fund to help provide a safety net for musicians and their families when they face debilitating medical crisis for years to come.

The Jeremy Wilson Foundation 501(c)3 musicians’ health and services organization makes it possible for friends, family and fans to directly assist individual musicians and their families during medical emergencies. We provide financial assistance grants raised through the Musicians Emergency Healthcare Fund. Grants are tailored to the needs of the individual and may include living assistance of all kinds; to pay medical bills; doctor bills; rent, mortgage, or however may best serve the individual in their time of need. We offer licensed Social Worker services to identify any additional state/national aid or programs that may also be available to recipients.
Venue Information:
The Secret Society
116 NE Russell
Portland, OR, 97212