Fast forward to 2:00 for the good stuff!Posted 4 October, 2013 in Friday Video, Video - Comments Off comments
Inspired by Jay Thomas’ Trumpet Madness tonight at Tula’s, we remember the Five Trumpets show from this past August
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A look back …
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Well … it looks like the snow finally arrived so everyone will probably spend the day indoors … so we will be posting some videos throughout the day.
Hardcoretet – “Steady” from Jazz Now! Seattle presents Live From London Bridge StudioPosted 14 July, 2011 in Video - Comments Off comments
Monk Heads on Wurly (The Series) featuring Ryan Burns playing 206a Wurlitzer Electric Piano. Compostion by Thelonious Monk. Filmed at Burien School of Music. All Monk Head videos are archived at www.ryanburnsmusic.comPosted 12 July, 2011 in Seattle Jazz, Video - Comments Off comments
“Everybody’s Hero” by Byron Vannoy’s Thread. Recorded live at the Seamonster May 19th 2011.
Byron Vannoy – drums
Jacques Willis – keytar/composition
Thione Diop – djembe/talking drum
Dean Schmidt – electric bass
From Late Show with David Letterman‘s Drum Solo Week.Posted 8 June, 2011 in Seattle Jazz, Video - Comments Off comments
From Late Show with David Letterman‘s Drum Solo Week.
Tonight’s show features a drum solo by Roy Haynes!Posted 18 May, 2011 in Video - Comments Off comments
from their performance at the Seattle Art Museum
View photos from this performance.Posted 13 March, 2011 in Seattle Jazz, Video - Comments Off comments
Drummer Joe Morello, the longtime drummer with the Dave Brubeck Quartet, has died.
Raised in Springfield, Mass. with impaired vision from birth, Morello eventually found his way to New York City, where he played with many leading jazz musicians. In the 1950s, he was a regular member of pianist and NPR host Marian McPartland’s band. In 1990, that band, known as the Hickory House Trio after the venue of their employment, reconvened to tape a special reunion episode of Marian McPartland’s Piano Jazz.
However, Morello is best known for his tenure with Brubeck, who employed him for over 12 years during the height of Brubeck’s fame. Famously, the smash hit “Take Five” was arranged as a solo feature for Morello.Posted 11 March, 2011 in Seattle Jazz, Video - Comments Off comments
from The Seattle Times:
A new Seattle label, Table and Chairs, launches Saturday with a concert at the Q Café, in Interbay. The label features experimental jazz, but not exclusively. It is associated with students of University of Washington music professor Cuong Vu. The same circle of musicians are involved with the Improvised Music Project (IMP), which presents monthly concerts and a festival, and Café Racer, which features Sunday night shows in the University District. “I think of IMP as the little brother to Racer, which then feeds into TnC,” said Vu, in an e-mail. “It’s one fluid path that starts at the UW, then to Racer where then more of the non-UW public is now joining.” The launch concert features Friendly Creature, guitarist Kristian Garrard, Small Face, Chemical Clock and saxophonist Neil Welch.
The show is at 8 p.m. Saturday, Q Café, 3223 15th Ave. W., Seattle; $10 (206-352-2525 or http://www.qcafe.org).Posted 14 February, 2011 in Seattle Jazz, Video - Comments Off comments
Congrats to Esperanza Spalding and her win for Best New Artist last night at The Grammys. Anytime Joe Lovano and other jazz artists are thanked on national television it is a good thing. Spalding’s star will certainly continue to rise … next stop, the Portland Jazz Festival which starts this weekend.
Here is a video of her backstage at The Grammys after her win:
Chad McCullough and John Bishop are in Europe in support of their new release, Imaginary Sketches, with Belgium pianist Bram Weijters and bassist Piet Verbist. A video has been posted from their performance at The Appeltuin Jazz Festival in Leuven, Belgium.
On this show Lionel Beuvens was filling in for John Bishop on drums, who missed the show due to illness.Posted 21 December, 2010 in Seattle Jazz, Video - Comments Off comments
A video from The Seattle Times: Kenny Boas, who worked as a crossing guard at Kimball Elementary for 11 years, was a fixture of the 1940s Seattle jazz scene.Posted 21 October, 2010 in Seattle Jazz, Video - Comments Off comments
from The Seattle Channel’s Front Row program:
Posted 20 October, 2010 in Seattle Jazz, Video - Comments Off comments
Musicians Matt Jorgensen and Thomas Marriott and Denver art critic Michael Paglia talk about the making of Tattooed by Passion: music inspired by the paintings of Dale Chisman.
Matt Jorgensen’s group will perform at The Triple Door next Tuesday, October 26 at 7:30pm as part of the Earshot Jazz Festival.
The group features Thomas Marriott (trumpet), Mark Taylor (saxophone), Corey Christiansen (guitar), Dave Captein (bass) and a string quartet. The paintings which inspired the music will be projected on stage during the performance.
Call the Triple Door at 206-838-4333 for reservations.Posted 14 October, 2010 in Seattle Jazz, Video - Comments Off comments
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Excerpt from “The Armory” from Matt Jorgensen’s Tattooed by Passion: Music inspired by the paintings of Dale Chisman. The recording features: Thomas Marriott – trumpet, Mark Taylor – saxophone, Corey Christiansen – guitar, Dave Captein – bass and Matt Jorgensen – drums.« Previous