Northwest Dance & Music Venues

The Wooden Shoe
1210 N.E. 102nd
Portland, Oregon

Some of the bands that performed at this place during the early years of NW rock and roll were:
 

Don & The Goodtimes
The Invaders
Mr Lucky & The Gamblers
The Montells
The Others
The Pied Pipers
The Quints
Redcoats
The Southmen
The Untouchables
The Wailers
 

Others ??



The Quints on Stage at the Wooden Shoe about late 1967

One of the last bands to play The Wooden Shoe was the last incarnation of Don & The Goodtimes featuring Don Gallucci, Ron Overman, Bob Holden, Joey Newman & Jeff Hawks.  They were touring to promote their biggest hit, I Could Be So Good To You.   I attended this particular show with the family camera and shot about 50 pictures of the guys in action, which I then promptly gave to Don.  If you can find him, he's got some great Polaroids!

K. Selvig, Portland, OR, August 2007


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Last Update:  15 March 2015
Credits: John Gordon, Rojer Blaine, Steve Hanan, K. Selvig, Larry Crane, Bob Stoutenburg, John Dalrymple