Raoul’s Roadside Attraction
Raoul’s Roadside Attraction was quite possibly Portland’s greatest-ever live music venue and overall juke “joint”. It was opened in 1984 on “Miracle Mile” by the enigmatic founder...Raoul himself...and was an immediate hit with locals. During his namesake bar’s 7-year run, loyal patrons witnessed some unforgettable live gigs by the likes of (and there’s just not enough space for all of them) Warren Zevon, Buddy Guy, Leon Russell and Sarah McLachlan. It was said that Raoul was born in an unknown Central American jungle village, and spent years traveling the world by foot, train, steamship and even the Concorde (where he was a guest of Mick Jagger). The place was shuttered in 1991, ending an unforgettable era in 1980s Portland.
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This shirt brought back some wonderful memories of some great shows at this long gone venue. Wonderful idea to capture these places and foster those memories. Another venue I hadn't seen but would be great is Smuggler's Den in New Bedford, MA. Also called Billy Woods Wharf. I would love to see a shirt of theirs. Thank you.