In the early 80s, a sonic explosion of local bands arrived on the Portland music scene, blasting NYC-style New Wave rock and roll in clubs around town. Places that once graced the scene like Free Street Pub, Kayo’s and Geno’s. And in 1987, Herb Gideon opened what many considered to be the most ambitious live music venue, the Tree Café, at 45 Danforth Street. It opened in the space that once housed the godfather of live music joints, Jim’s, in a building Gideon owned. Along with Raoul’s, Tree Cafe hosted many acts that went on to national fame like the Ramones, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Iggy Pop, to name just a few!
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