Wednesday, January 02, 2013

If you are reading this you were obviously one of the chosen, and are now living in the parallel reality that did NOT get blown up in the 2012 apocalypse. I honestly don't know how that happened, or why anyone would choose me (for anything)...but anyway, you may be looking for a good gig to go to since you still have a life ahead of you... it just so happens good gigs is what we got! Happy 2013!

Wednesday 1-2 8:30pm
Danny Godinez trio, 350s, Norma Beach
The Crocodile

Wednesday 1-2 10pm-2am
Mambo Cadillac at Babalu says Happy New Year January 2nd
1723 North 45th St., Seattle

Thursday 1-3 8pm
Analog Honking Device @ Wayward Music Series
Led by saxophonist Cynthis Mullis, the group performs music based on the modern jazz repertoire approached with a free & open, improvisatory, experimental aesthetic
Chapel Performance Space
4649 Sunnyside Ave N, Seattle

Thursday 1-3 8:00-10:30pm
The Dave George/Kevin McCarthy 10et
That's right - a 10-piece jazz band!
Darrell's Tavern
18041 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline

Thursday 1-3 8:30-11pm
Stephanie Porter Quartet Thursday Jam
Stephanie Porter Quartet with Special Guest Darin Clendenin piano. Featuring Steve Yusen drums and Dan O'Brien bass
Wine Tea Chocolate
3417 Evanston Ave. N. #102, Seattle

Thursday 1-3 10:30 - 1am
Brazilian music at Cellar's Lounge tonight!
Brazilian music with Adriana Giordano, Jeff Busch, Tim Carey & Alex Chadsey
Cellar's Lounge
2132 First Avenue, Seattle

Friday 1-4 7-10pm
Thelxie Eaves Trio featuring Pavel Shepp and Mike Berman
Lakeside Bistro
11425 Rainier Ave S, Seattle

Friday 7pm
Analog Honking Device @ Egan's Ballard Jam House
Cynthis Mullis' sax (that's the afore-mentioned device) leads the way through an exploration of selected jazz repertiore
Egan's Ballard Jam House
1707 NW Market Street, Seattle

Saturday 1-5 7:30-9:30pm
Brazilian music at Third Place Commons
Grupo Amoroso will be playing Brazilian jazz, bossa, and MPB selections
Third Place Commons atLake Forest Town Center
17171 Bothell Way NE, Lake Forest Park

Join contemporary jazz singer/songwriter Barbie Anaka as she performs songs from her new album, "Speechless" with a 10 piece band
The Triple Door
216 Union Street, Seattle

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