An Evening of Cole Porter-Benefit for the Trevor Project

Seattle vocalist Katy Bourne will be performing “An Evening of Cole Porter- A Benefit for the Trevor Project” this Saturday, October 1 at Egan’s.

The Trevor Project is a national organization that provides crisis intervention, suicide prevention and advocacy for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. The Trevor Project was started in 1998 in conjunction with the airing of “Trevor,” and HBO film about a 13-year-old boy who was ostracized after word gets out at his school that he is gay.  The Trevor Project is not only a lifeline for countless young people but it is also a vital resource for parents, educators, policymakers and anyone else who is concerned about the rights, safety and dignity of LGBTQ youth. The mission of the Trevor Project is “to end suicide among LGBTQ youth by providing life-saving and life-affirming resources including our nationwide, 24/7 crisis intervention lifeline, digital community and advocacy/educational programs that create a safe, supportive and positive environment for everyone.”

For this concert, Bourne will be performing Cole Porter classics such as “Night & Day” and “I Get a Kick Out of You,” as well as more obscure material from this great American composer. Katy’s band features Randy Halberstadt on piano, Clipper Anderson on bass and Steve Korn on drums.

Set time for “An Evening of Cole Porter,” is 7pm. The suggested ticket price is $15.00. To make reservations, please call 206-789-1621 or send an email to reservationsemail hidden; JavaScript is required. For information, visit www.ballardjamhouse.com.  To learn about the Trevor Project, please go to: http://www.thetrevorproject.org/.

 

Friday Jazz

NEW ORLEANS: Thomas Marriott’s Flexicon
114 First Ave S, 206-622-2563, 8:00pm

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Kelley Johnson Quartet
2214 2nd Ave, 206-443-4221, 7:30pm

JAZZ ALLEY: Michael Franks
2033 6th Ave, 206-441-9729, 7:30 & 10:00pm

CAFE PALOMA: Wayne Horvitz
93 Yesler Way, Seattle, 206-405-1920, 7:30pm

BAKE’S PLACE: David Lanz Trio
4135 Providence Point Dr. SE Issaquah, (425) 391-3335, 7:30pm

HIROSHI’S: Jazz and Sushi
2501 Eastlake Ave E, 726-4966

BAKER STREET BOOKS: Reuel Lubag Trio
32709 Railroad Ave, Black Diamond, 7:00pm

LATONA PUB: Phil Sparks Trio
6423 Latona Avenue NE, 5:00 – 7:00pm, No Cover, 21+

BOXLEY’S: Jay Thomas Trio
101 West North Bend Way, North Bend, WA, 425-292-9307, 7:00pm

SCOTCH AND VINE: Stephanie Porter
22341 Marine View Dr S, Des Moines, 7:00pm

LAKESIDE BISTRO: Greg Ruby w/ Maggie Kim
11425 Rainier Avenue South, Seattle, (206) 772-6891

EGAN’S BALLARD JAM HOUSE:
9pm – Cheryl Hodge and Kim Rushing Duo
1707 NW Market Street, 206-789-1621

NORTH CITY BISTRO: Paul Miranda Trio
1520 NE 177th, Shoreline, (206) 365-4447, 8:00pm

THE CHAPEL: Eric Barber
Good Shepherd Center (Wallingford), 4649 Sunnyside Ave N, 7:30pm

GRAZIE: Andre Thomas and Quiet Fire
23207 Bothell-Everett Hwy, Bothell, 425-402-9600, 7:00pm

VITO’S: Lushy
927 9th Ave, Seattle, 206-682-2695

LUCID: The Right Wolf
5241 University Ave NE, 206-402-3042, 9:00pm

Sonny Rollins, Quincy Jones Receive National Medal Of Arts

from NPR:

At a short ceremony at the White House today, President Barack Obama presented 20 people with the 2010 National Medal of Arts or the National Humanities Medal. The Arts honorees included Sonny Rollins, the venerated saxophonist, and Quincy Jones, the composer/arranger/producer whose musical roots in jazz are deep.

The National Medal of Arts is the highest award given to artists and arts patrons by the United States Government.

Continue reading at NPR.

Review: Mordy Ferber at Jazzscapes

By Carolyn Graye

Israeli-born guitarist and composer, Mordy Ferber, completed a West Coast tour earlier this month. He teamed up with drummer Greg Williamson and bassist Chris Symer for a run of Seattle area gigs that included Boxley’s in North Bend, the Jazz and Sushi series at Hiroshi’s, and a set at the Pony Boy Jazz Picnic. In addition, Mordy and Chris also played an intimate duo house concert that was interesting on several levels.

Ivy Nugent and Julie Olson have been presenting musicians at Ivy and Jamie Nugent’s West Seattle home under the auspices of Jazzscapes. This show wasn’t part of their regular programming, but the setting was just as spectacular. A beautiful garden overlooking Puget Sound and the Olympic mountains, great live music, wine, appetizers…really, what’s not to love? And the story behind the event is just as unique.

In May, Ivy was walking on a beach in Tel Aviv and noticed a guy wearing a Pony Boy tee shirt. She got to talking with him, found out he was a jazz guitarist, and invited him to do a gig at her home the next time he came to Seattle. Four months later, Mordy was serenading her guests, her neighbors, and the fish in her lily pond.

Ferber uses an artful combination of effects to create a distinctly personal sound. His early love of rock and roll combines with a jazz sensibility that makes arrangements of standards anything but routine. Ballads (Peace, When Sunny Gets Blue, Blue in Green,) blues (Turn Around, Blue Monk,) and up tempo tunes (In Your Own Sweet Way, Sweet and Lovely,) were all deftly dismantled and reassembled with skill and sensitivity.

But as nice as the standards were, the highlight of the evening was a short, haunting original, ‘River of Life,’ from a yet-to-be released recording titled Reflection. When we chatted during the break, Mordy mentioned that he missed hearing the piano and drum parts on the CD (which features Portland-based musicians Greg Goebel, Todd Strait, Rob Davis, and Dave Captein.) But from the audience’s perspective, the duo version was a knock out.

Ferber won a scholarship to the Berklee College of Music, and moved to the U.S. when he was twenty-three. He graduated in 1987, built up a following in Boston, and moved to New York in 1990. Since then he’s performed and recorded with Michael Brecker, Dave Liebman, Billy Hart, Richie Beirach, Richard Bona, and a host of other internationally known artists. He’s currently on the faculty of the New School and continues to tour internationally, record, and compose for TV and film.

Go hear him the next time he’s in town. And if you get a chance to do that on a beautiful summer evening with a magenta sunset, all the better.

Thursday Jazz

JAZZ ALLEY: James Farm – Joshua Redman, Aaron Parks, Matt Penman and Eric Harland
2033 6th Ave, 206-441-9729, 7:30 & 10:00pm

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Chip Parker and Leah Stillwell
2214 2nd Ave, 206-443-4221, 7:30pm

SEAMONSTER LOUNGE: Farko Collective
2202 N 45th St, Seattle, 206-992-1120

NEW ORLEANS: Ham Carson Quintet
114 First Ave S, 206-622-2563, 7:00pm

THAIKU: Jon Alberts, Jeff Johnson, Tad Britton
5410 Ballard Ave NW, 8:30pm

LUCID: The Hang
5241 University Ave NE, 206-402-3042, 9:00pm

EGAN’S BALLARD JAM HOUSE: Joe Doria Trio
1707 NW Market Street, 206-789-1621, 9:00pm

BOXLEY’S: Jon Hamar and Tony Foster
101 West North Bend Way, North Bend, WA, 425-292-9307, 7:00pm

BARCA: Adam Kessler & Phil Sparks Trio
1510 11th Avenue, Seattle, (206) 325-8263, 9:00pm

VITO’S: Julie Cascioppo
927 9th Ave, Seattle, 206-682-2695

DISTRICT LOUNGE: Cassia Demayo Quintet
4507 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle, 206-634-2000, 9:00pm

Wednesday Jazz

JAZZ ALLEY: James Farm – Joshua Redman, Aaron Parks, Matt Penman and Eric Harland
2033 6th Ave, 206-441-9729, 7:30pm

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Greta Matassa Vocal Workshop
2214 2nd Ave, 206-443-4221, 7:30pm

NEW ORLEANS: The Legacy Band with Clarence Acox
114 First Ave S, 206-622-2563, 7:00pm

THAIKU: Ron Weinstein Trio
5410 Ballard Ave NW, 8:30pm

BOXLEY’S: John Hansen
101 West North Bend Way, North Bend, WA, 425-292-9307, 7:00pm

DISTRICT LOUNGE: Peter Daniel
4507 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle, 206-634-2000

EGAN’S BALLARD JAM HOUSE:
7pm – Vocal Showcase and Jam
1707 NW Market Street, 206-789-1621

VITO’S: Jerry Zimmerman
927 9th Ave, Seattle, 206-682-2695, 7:00pm

Tuesday Jazz

JAZZ ALLEY: James Farm – Joshua Redman, Aaron Parks, Matt Penman and Eric Harland
2033 6th Ave, 206-441-9729, 7:30pm

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Music Works Big Band
2214 2nd Ave, 206-443-4221, 7:30pm

MIX: Don Mock, Steve Kim & Jaques Willis
6006 12th Ave South, 206-767-0280, 9:00pm

EGAN’S BALLARD JAM HOUSE: 9pm – Joe Doria Trio
1707 NW Market Street, 206-789-1621

NEW ORLEANS: Holotradband
114 First Ave S, 206-622-2563, 7:00pm

OWL ‘N THISTLE: Jam w/ Eric Verlinde & Jose Martinez
808 Post Ave, 206-621-7777, 10:00pm

THE CHAPEL: Tom Baker & string quartet
Good Shepherd Center (Wallingford), 4649 Sunnyside Ave N, 7:30pm

BOXLEY’S: Future Jazz Heads
101 West North Bend Way, North Bend, WA, 425-292-9307, 7:00pm

SEAMONSTER LOUNGE: McTuff Trio
2202 N 45th St, 206-633-1824, 10:00pm

DISTRICT LOUNGE: Cassia Demayo Quintet
4507 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle, 206-634-2000, 9:00pm

COPPER GATE: Suffering F#ckheads
6301 24th Ave NW, 206-706-3292, 8:00pm

VITO’S: Wally Shoup Trio
927 9th Ave, Seattle, 206-682-2695, 8:00pm

Photos: Wayne Horvitz Band at Earshot / Sculpture Park

from Eye Shot Jazz

Wayne Horvitz Band featuring Skerik, Joe Doria & D’Vonne Lewis performed on a beautiful August afternoon in the Bill and Melinda Gates amphitheater at the Seattle Art Museum Sculpture Park. Earshot Jazz, which put on the concert as part of its concert series “Art of Jazz“, describes the sound of the group as “ New York Attitude from Seattle Jazz-Funk Masters”.

Monday Jazz

NEW ORLEANS: New Orleans Quintet
114 First Ave S, 206-622-2563, 7:00pm

JAZZ ALLEY: Jacqui Naylor
2033 6th Ave, 206-441-9729, 7:30pm

AMORE: JT/TK Quartet
2301 5th Ave, 206-770-0606, 7:30pm

EL GAUCHO BELLEVUE: Primo Kim
555 110th Ave NE, Bellevue, 425-455-2734, 6:00pm

WHITE RABBIT: Michael Shrieve’s Spellbinder
513 N 36th St Suite E, Seattle, 9:30pm

BOXLEY’S: Carolyn Graye Singer’s Soiree
101 West North Bend Way, North Bend, WA, 425-292-9307, 7:00pm

THAIKU: Wayne Horvitz, Jeff Johnson and Tad Britton
5410 Ballard Ave NW, 8:30pm

Saturday Jazz

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Greta Matassa Quartet
2214 2nd Ave, 206-443-4221, 7:30pm

JAZZ ALLEY: Dr. John and the Lower 911
2033 6th Ave, 206-441-9729, 7:30 & 10:00pm

BAKE’S PLACE: Jeni Fleming
4135 Providence Point Dr. SE Issaquah, (425) 391-3335, 7:30pm

URBAN ENOTECA: Jazz Canvas with Mark Taylor
4130 First Avenue South, Seattle, 7:00pm

LAKESIDE BISTRO: Coreena Brown w/ Jimmy Holden
11425 Rainier Avenue South, Seattle, 206-772-6891

BOXLEY’S: Karen Shivers Quartet
101 West North Bend Way, North Bend, WA, 425-292-9307, 7:00pm

EGAN’S BALLARD JAM HOUSE:
7PM: Dave Dolengewicz Trio
9PM: Kareem Kandi Group
1707 NW Market Street, 206-789-1621

SERAFINA: Alex Guilbert Trio
2043 Eastlake Ave E, 206-323-0807

SCOTCH AND VINE: Milo Petersen Trio
22341 Marine View Dr S, Des Moines, 7:00pm

VINO AT THE LANDING: Brooks Giles
800 N 10th Pl, Renton, 7:00pm

VITO’S: Ruby Bishop
927 9th Ave, Seattle, 6:00pm

LUCID: The Alika Lyman Group
5241 University Ave NE, 206-402-3042, 9:30pm

SORRENTO HOTEL: Gail Pettis
900 Madison St, 206-622-6400, 7:30pm

GRAZIE: Michael Powers Group
23207 Bothell-Everett Hwy, Bothell, 425-402-9600, 7:00pm

Friday Jazz

NEW ORLEANS: Thomas Marriott’s Flexicon
114 First Ave S, 206-622-2563, 8:00pm

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Gail Pettis Quartet
2214 2nd Ave, 206-443-4221, 7:30pm

PINK DOOR: Matt Munisteri Trio
1919 Post Alley, Seattle, (206) 443-3241, 9:00pm

JAZZ ALLEY: Dr. John and the Lower 911
2033 6th Ave, 206-441-9729, 7:30 & 10:00pm

CAFE PALOMA: Wayne Horvitz
93 Yesler Way, Seattle, 206-405-1920, 7:30pm

BAKE’S PLACE: Judy Niemack
4135 Providence Point Dr. SE Issaquah, (425) 391-3335, 7:30pm

HIROSHI’S: Jazz and Sushi
2501 Eastlake Ave E, 726-4966

LATONA PUB: Phil Sparks Trio
6423 Latona Avenue NE, 5:00 – 7:00pm, No Cover, 21+

BOXLEY’S: Milo Peterson Trio
101 West North Bend Way, North Bend, WA, 425-292-9307, 7:00pm

SCOTCH AND VINE: Jose “Juicy” Gonzales Trio
22341 Marine View Dr S, Des Moines, 7:00pm

LAKESIDE BISTRO: Phil Westbrook
11425 Rainier Avenue South, Seattle, (206) 772-6891

EGAN’S BALLARD JAM HOUSE:
7pm – Tim Willcox Quartet
9pm – Angie McKenzie
11pm – Lady Grace Band
1707 NW Market Street, 206-789-1621

NORTH CITY BISTRO: Stephanie Porter
1520 NE 177th, Shoreline, (206) 365-4447, 8:00pm

WHITE RABBIT: Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey w/ Das Vibenbass
513 N 36th St Suite E, Seattle, 9:00pm

SERAFINA: Javier Anderson Trio
2043 Eastlake Ave E, 206-323-0807

SORRENTO HOTEL: Nikki DeCaires
900 Madison St, 206-622-6400, 7:30pm

GRAZIE: Michael Powers Group
23207 Bothell-Everett Hwy, Bothell, 425-402-9600, 7:00pm

VITO’S: Casey MacGill
927 9th Ave, Seattle, 206-682-2695

Monterey Jazz Festival still kickin’ at 54

from The Seattle Times:

MONTEREY, Calif. — “Long live Monterey!” shouted 80-year-old tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins Sunday night, as he bid the dancing, roaring arena crowd adieu after a joyous 90-minute-plus set that closed the 54th edition of the Monterey Jazz Festival.

Head now topped with a mushroom cap of frizzy white hair, back bowed with age, but still prowling the stage for that perfect phrase, Rollins could have been an emblem of the Monterey Jazz Festival itself — which combined historic wisdom and youthful zest.

Earlier in the day, the festival’s Next Generation Jazz Orchestra — an all-star band composed of high-school kids — played one of the most compelling, swinging sets of the three-day weekend, with particular kudos going to samurai-slicing trombonist Kyle Molitor, svelte vocalist Hope Flores and bronze-toned alto saxophonist Patrick Bartley.

Performances by young players nurtured in Seattle — drummer Kassa Overall and pianist Aaron Parks — also spoke to the music’s bright future.

Continue reading at The Seattle Times:

Thursday Jazz

JAZZ ALLEY: Dr. John and the Lower 911
2033 6th Ave, 206-441-9729, 7:30 & 10:00pm

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Double Bill: Paper Scissors Trio / Tim Willcox Quartet
2214 2nd Ave, 206-443-4221, 7:30pm

SEAMONSTER LOUNGE: Suffering F**kheads
2202 N 45th St, Seattle, 206-992-1120

NEW ORLEANS: Ham Carson Quintet
114 First Ave S, 206-622-2563, 7:00pm

THAIKU: Jon Alberts, Jeff Johnson, Tad Britton
5410 Ballard Ave NW, 8:30pm

LUCID: The Hang
5241 University Ave NE, 206-402-3042, 9:00pm

EGAN’S BALLARD JAM HOUSE: The Others with Cameron Vohr (saxophone), Colin Pulkrabek (trombone), Gus Carns (piano), Carmen Rothwell (bass) and Evan Woodle (drums)
1707 NW Market Street, 206-789-1621, 9:00pm

BOXLEY’S: Greg Williamson Quartet
101 West North Bend Way, North Bend, WA, 425-292-9307, 7:00pm

BARCA: Adam Kessler & Phil Sparks Trio
1510 11th Avenue, Seattle, (206) 325-8263, 9:00pm

VITO’S: Jerry Zimmerman
927 9th Ave, Seattle, 206-682-2695

DISTRICT LOUNGE: Cassia Demayo Quintet
4507 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle, 206-634-2000, 9:00pm

Wednesday Jazz

JAZZ ALLEY: An Evening with Pat Metheny with Larry Grenadier
2033 6th Ave, 206-441-9729, 7:30pm

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Beth Winter Vocal Showcase
2214 2nd Ave, 206-443-4221, 7:30pm

NEW ORLEANS: The Legacy Band with Clarence Acox
114 First Ave S, 206-622-2563, 7:00pm

THAIKU: Ron Weinstein Trio
5410 Ballard Ave NW, 8:30pm

BOXLEY’S: Boxley’s Birthday Bash
101 West North Bend Way, North Bend, WA, 425-292-9307, 7:00pm

DISTRICT LOUNGE: Peter Daniel
4507 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle, 206-634-2000

LUCID: Free to Dream
5241 University Ave NE, 206-402-3042, 9:00pm

EGAN’S BALLARD JAM HOUSE:
7pm – Paper Scissors Trio with Chad McCullough (trumpet) [Website], Storm Nilson (guitar) [Website] and Dawn Clement (piano)
1707 NW Market Street, 206-789-1621

VITO’S: Tango Ahora
927 9th Ave, Seattle, 206-682-2695, 7:00pm

Eastside Jazz Club moves to new venue

The Eastside Jazz Club, the monthly concert organized by Lionel and Cooksie Kramer, were forced to find a new venue after the closing of the Bellevue Sherman Clay store. Their first concert at the Bellevue Courtyard by Marriott hotel is tonight.

Tonight they welcome vocalist Greta Matassa and her group joined by Susan Pascal on vibes.

A Light menu is available for purchase from the Hotel, as well as free parking on P3. Ticket Prices $12, Students 18 and under $8

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20

COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT
11010 NE 8th Street
Bellevue WA 98004

GRETA MATASSA GROUP
Greta Matassa
– vocals
Susan Pascal – vibes
Bill Anschell – piano
Clipper Anderson – bass
Mark Ivester – drums

Tuesday Jazz

EASTSIDE JAZZ CLUB: Greta Matassa Quartet with Susan Pascal
MARRIOTT COURTYARD HOTEL, 11010 NE 8th Street, Bellevue, WA, 7:30pm

JAZZ ALLEY: An Evening with Pat Metheny with Larry Grenadier
2033 6th Ave, 206-441-9729, 7:30pm

LOCOL: Chad McCullough / Storm Nilson Duo
7902 35th St SW, Seattle, 8:00pm

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Roadside Attraction
2214 2nd Ave, 206-443-4221, 7:30pm

MIX: Don Mock, Steve Kim & Jaques Willis
6006 12th Ave South, 206-767-0280, 9:00pm

EGAN’S BALLARD JAM HOUSE: 7pm – Chris Johansen Quartet, featuring Chris Johansen (tenor saxophone), Brendan O’Donnell (guitar), Chuck Kistler (bass) and Adam Kessler (drums)
1707 NW Market Street, 206-789-1621

NEW ORLEANS: Holotradband
114 First Ave S, 206-622-2563, 7:00pm

OWL ‘N THISTLE: Jam w/ Eric Verlinde & Jose Martinez
808 Post Ave, 206-621-7777, 10:00pm

BOXLEY’S: Future Jazz Heads
101 West North Bend Way, North Bend, WA, 425-292-9307, 7:00pm

SEAMONSTER LOUNGE: McTuff Trio
2202 N 45th St, 206-633-1824, 10:00pm

DISTRICT LOUNGE: Cassia Demayo Quintet
4507 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle, 206-634-2000, 9:00pm

COPPER GATE: Suffering F#ckheads
6301 24th Ave NW, 206-706-3292, 8:00pm

VITO’S: Paul West
927 9th Ave, Seattle, 206-682-2695, 8:00pm

Volunteer at the Earshot Jazz Festival

Earshot is looking for some help for their annual Earshot Jazz Festival.

Call for Festival Volunteers & Drivers
As in previous years, the Earshot Jazz Festival is seeking volunteers to help make sure things run smoothly. If you can volunteer some time for general support, in our office during the day or at the concerts, please sign up on the Earshot Jazz Festival web site.

Festival is seeking Production Interns and Production Assistant
With hundreds of artists performing in more than 60 events during the three-week festival, this is an opportunity for musicians, students of music or the music industry, or current production staffers to contribute to the festival. Applicants should be comfortable handling routine production phone calls and errands; communicating clearly with production members, festival management, artists, and artist management; completing administrative tasks as requested; lifting up to 50-70 lbs.; and driving a passenger van. Previous stage production experience is a plus. To apply, please send a summary of your qualifications in an email to email hidden; JavaScript is required.

Pianist David Haney Purchases Cadence Magazine

via Earshot Jazz Magazine:

It has been a busy summer for David Haney, pianist, composer, and sometimes Seattleite. In July, he completed his 13th and 14th albums for the New York-based C.I.M.P. Records and Cadence Jazz Records, featuring drum legend Andrew Cyrille and bassist Dominic Duval. He was also featured on the July cover of Cadence magazine. Not long after, Haney purchased Cadence upon learning that it had plans to cease publication. Cadence is a thorough on-going documentation of the improvised music scene for this and future generations. Since 1976, Cadence has reviewed some 54,000 different books, records, CDs, videos, DVDs, and tapes and offered monthly worldwide coverage to a worldwide readership. Haney plans to continue both online and printed editions as well as educational features geared more towards universities and colleges. Notably, Haney has 25 years experience in the magazine publishing field. He hopes for more coverage of Seattle events and encourages writers and others who are interested in contributing to email him directly at email hidden; JavaScript is required.

Monday Jazz

TULA’S: Vocal Jam with Darin Clendenin
2214 2nd Ave, 206-443-4221, 7:30pm

NEW ORLEANS: New Orleans Quintet
114 First Ave S, 206-622-2563, 7:00pm

AMORE: JT/TK Quartet
2301 5th Ave, 206-770-0606, 7:30pm

EL GAUCHO BELLEVUE: Primo Kim
555 110th Ave NE, Bellevue, 425-455-2734, 6:00pm

WHITE RABBIT: Michael Shrieve’s Spellbinder
513 N 36th St Suite E, Seattle, 9:30pm

BOXLEY’S: Nate Parker Duo
101 West North Bend Way, North Bend, WA, 425-292-9307, 7:00pm

THAIKU: Ryan Burns, Jeff Johnson and Tad Britton
5410 Ballard Ave NW, 8:30pm

Saturday Jazz

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Johnaye Kendrick Quartet
2214 2nd Ave, 206-443-4221, 7:30pm

JAZZ ALLEY: Branford Marsalis
2033 6th Ave, 206-441-9729, 7:30 & 10:00pm

BAKE’S PLACE: Pearl Django
4135 Providence Point Dr. SE Issaquah, (425) 391-3335, 7:30pm

LAKESIDE BISTRO: Murl Sanders
11425 Rainier Avenue South, Seattle, 206-772-6891

BOXLEY’S: Lance Buller Quartet
101 West North Bend Way, North Bend, WA, 425-292-9307, 7:00pm

EGAN’S BALLARD JAM HOUSE:
7 & 9pm – Overton Berry Trio
1707 NW Market Street, 206-789-1621

SERAFINA: Leo Raymundo Trio
2043 Eastlake Ave E, 206-323-0807

VINO AT THE LANDING: Troy Kline
800 N 10th Pl, Renton, 7:00pm

VITO’S: 6pm – Ruby Bishop; 9:30pm – Darrius Willrich
927 9th Ave, Seattle, 8:00pm

LUCID: Caffeine
5241 University Ave NE, 206-402-3042, 9:30pm

SORRENTO HOTEL: Deems Tsutukawa
900 Madison St, 206-622-6400, 7:30pm

GRAZIE: Dale Sales Showcase
23207 Bothell-Everett Hwy, Bothell, 425-402-9600, 7:00pm