Wednesday, October 02, 2013

Seattle's World and Jazz musicians are steady on it again this week! You'll notice I include the jam sessions and sometimes classes as well. A great way to tune into the scene is to go to these sessions. You'll meet the musicians in our community and get plugged in pretty quickly that way.

Wednesday 10-2-13

Bata Rumba Class @ Tully's
Tully's Coffee Shops in Seattle, Washington
This class will start as soon as I have a enough confirmation.
We will study three Bata rhythms Cha Cha LeKefun, Iyesa and Yongo. All these have different conversations. We will put this together with Rumba Guaguanco rhythms.

Jam Session
North City Bistro in Shoreline, Washington
Instrumentalist and vocalist are invited to come jam with us this Wednesday with Darin Clendenin , Clipper Anderson and Robert Rushing

Mike Clark with Skerik, Joe Doria and Andy Coe
The Royal Room in Seattle, Washington
Legendary drummer Mike Clark from the Headhunters!

Thursday 10-3-13

Waldo's Jam with Polecat and Joel Gamble
Waldo's North Lynnwood- Official in Lynnwood, Washington
We'd like to give special thanks to Bob Giles, Aaron and Suzette, Eugene and Kayla, Tom Smith, Andrea, and everyone who's there every week without fail and helps us promote the jam!

Friday 10-4-13

Couth Buzzard Books Espresso Buono Cafe in Seattle, Washington
Great Improv--Inspired by Monk,Mingus, Ornette, Olympia's Bert Wilson and More! Great Food and Drinks--including beer from Fremont Brewing--available

Nathaniel Johnstone Band + House of Tarab
Columbia City Theater in Seattle, Washington
Join us for an extraordinary evening of Music and Dance, featuring a beautiful, multicultural crossroads experience of tradition and innovation, sound and sight.

Dance, Soul R&B night with LCJ @ Ship Canal Grill on Eastlake
Ship Canal Grill in Seattle, Washington
On deck, songs by Blige, Green, Prince, Aretha, Gaye, Keys,Curtis Seals will be on keys, Brian Wetsig on drums and Jay La Cham on trumpet.

Saturday 10-5-13

Remembering Etta James!!
Microsoft Auditorium SPL MAIN BRANCH 1000 4th Ave
Join Mercedes Nicole, Bill, Osama, Phil, Thaddeus, & Jamael as they salute Multi-Grammy Winner Etta James! There will be a second perfomance on Sunday at 3pm as well

Greta Matassa Quartet
Tula's Restaurant & Jazz Club in Seattle, Washington
Performing at my favorite Seattle Jazz Spot, with my favorite band, Darin Clendenin Clipper Anderson and Mark Ivester

Cuban music from Santiago de Cuba
Town Hall Seattle in Seattle, Washington
Earshot Jazz Festival presents a special Seattle residency & concert by this family of musicians from Santiago de Cuba, in the Oriente region. Father Felix, his wife, brother, and sons have virtually defined cauto son, the mid-tempo form of the Cuban son style, marked by its easy-going, contagious swing.

Sunday 10-6-13

Reggie Goings is back at Tula's
Tula's Restaurant & Jazz Club in Seattle, Washington
Jamael Nance - Drums; Chuck Kisler - Bass; Eric Verlinde - Piano; Reggie Goings - Vocals and Trumpet

Remembering Etta James!!
Microsoft Auditorium SPL MAIN BRANCH 1000 4th Ave
Join Mercedes Nicole, Bill, Osama, Phil, Thaddeus, & Jamael as they salute Multi-Grammy Winner Etta James!

CC's Lounge in Burien, Washington
Jam will start off with a short set by Lynn, Manuel and Doug.
All Musicians and All Types of Music Welcome...Play with the Host Band or Play on Your Own...Solo or Full Band...Acoustic or Electric...Bring Your Voice-Your Instruments

The Dave George/Kevin McCarthy 10et Jam session
Darrells Tavern in Shoreline, Washington

Monday 10-7-13

EntreMundos every Monday with Adriana Giordano
Tiny Ninja Cafe in Seattle, Washington
Every Monday from 9PM to midnight (or beyond) we have Seattle's most diverse jam session starting with Brazilian vocal jazz and branching into all sorts of music with all kinds of special guests sitting in on vocals and instruments. The core band is Adriana Giordano, Eric Verlinde, Dean Schmidt, Jeff Busch, Ernesto Pediangco and Tor Dietrichson. Tell all your friends about this great, all ages event with no cover charge, great beer, wine and food.

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