Friday, November 11, 2005

Yogi's Music Newsletter 11-11-2005

Hello Music Lovers!

It looks like I am only getting the newsletter out about twice a month now, so that means more gigs will be on them to cover two or three weeks with each newsletter.

Use these quick links to go directly to the artist, or just scroll through to see everyone’s shows this time.

Highlights: Paula Maya is headlining one night at the Rockgrrl conference.
I also want to point out that trumpeter extraordinaire Thomas Marriott is appearing with the new band of Tor Dietrichson called Mambo Cadillac. I caught them at the Triple Door Musicquarium last Sunday, and they’re very, very good.
Plus the usual suspects. As always, unless I think it’s high quality, I won’t post it. I stand by the quality of the music I promote on this page.

Paula Maya
Red Hot Blues Sisters
Eduardo Mendonca/Show Brazil
Jovino Santos Neto
Thomas Marriott


Paula Maya

Sunday, Nov 13th
PAULA MAYA, featuring
Ben Smith on drums - he is back! Dave Pascal on bass, and Pat Hewitt
onguitar.
Plus some great guests.
@ The "Fabulous" Rainbow Tavern
722 NE 45th (by I5) 206-634-1761
8pm - midnight
Only $3!!!

Saturday Nov 12th at 8:30pm.
The Rockgrrl music conference
The Madison Renaissance Hotel, Seattle


Red Hot Blues Sisters

Nov 12 9:00 – 1:30am Rockrgrl Music Conference Showcase
The good news is….we are showcasing…!!! (the venue and time – Wild Rose 12:30am) so really we are performing on Nov 13th first thing in the am…ha…crazy musicians!
The evening’s schedule for the venue includes Shelly Doty X-tet, Oakland, CA, Lisa Dewey, SF, CA, Dormitory Effect, NY, Alice Dean, Seattle. for more info …http://www.rockrgrl.com/

Nov 16 9:00 PM Club Hollywood Shoreline, WA
Nov 17 9:00 PM Club Hollywood Shoreline, WA
I think you must realize by now...This is a really nice place close to home, no cover, good food and a dance floor!

Nov 19 9:00 PM Rockfish Grill Anacortes, WA
Go way up North to the shores of Anacortes and you will find us rockin’ at the Rockfish. Known for their good food and awesome blues line-up.


Eduardo Mendonca and Show Brazil

Friday, November 18th
Show Brazil!
Brazilian Carnaval in Portland
Where?: Portland Community College – 7:30 to 9 p.m.

Featuring: Eduardo Mendonça (Vocal, Guitar and Percussion), Brian Kent (Sax and Flute), Burt Boice (Bass), Denny Stern (Percussion), Teo Elisio (Drums), Mestre Curisco (Capoeira), Dora Oliveira and Bianca Mendonça (Dance and back vocals).



Saturday, November 19th, 7:30pm
"Full Moon Concert Series – Heal the Earth with Music
Eduardo Mendonca and Show Brazil!
Brazilian Traditional & Contemporary Music & Dance"
Special guest: City Cantabile Choir.
This concert benefits charities helping coffee pickers and their families, and local Brazilian non-profit organizations.
Presented by Universalist Church in the Dome
14724 Avenue NE, Shoreline, WA
Featuring: Eduardo Mendonça (Vocal, Guitar and Percussion), Brian Kent (Sax and Flute), Burt Boice (Bass), Denny Stern (Drums), Dora Oliveira and Bianca Mendonça (Dance and back vocals).

Jovino Santos Neto

Saturday & Sunday, November 12 & 13 Hilltop School Auditorium, Ilwaco, WA 7 PM The Waters Speak concert with Keith Bear and Gary Stroutsos$12 adults; $7 children (under 12)
Tickets can be purchased from TICKET WINDOW
By phone: 206-325-6500
By fax: 425-450-3839
Or online: www.ticketwindowonline.com

Friday, November 18
Paradox Theater in Ballard, Seattle 7:30 PM
JSN Trio with Chuck Deardorf (bass) and Mark Ivester (drums).
Part of the Ballard Jazz Festival


Tickets: $15. (Please call 425-254-1616)

Thomas Marriott

November 10 with Randy Halberstadt
Seattle Art Museum, Art of Jazz concert series.

November 12 with Mambo Cadillac
Beso Del Sol, (45th & Stone Way) 10:00pm
Featuring: Tor Dietrichson, (conga), Ricardo Guity (drums), Dean Schmidt (bass), Julio Jauragui (piano), Carlos Cascante (vocal), Doug Beavers (trombone).

November 18 with Tumbao
Ballard Jazz Festival (@ the Lock & Keel)
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