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BAKE’S PLACE: Madeline Eastman Quartet, Randy Porter (piano), John Bishop (drums), Chuck Deardorf (bass)
From The Seattle Times: … the SF renaissance also produced some world-class singers. One of the very best, Madeline Eastman, makes a rare Seattle appearance at Bake’s Place Saturday as part of the club’s “Visiting Songbirds” series.

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Milo Peterson and the Jazz Disciples

HENDRIX LOUNGE: Big Neighborhood
Origin Records’ Hendrix Lounge series starts up again, this time moving to Saturday nights, and debuts with Big Neighborhood featuring David White (guitar), Chris Fagen (saxophone), Doug Miller (bass) and Steve Korn (drums).

TRIPLE DOOR MUSICQUARIUM: How Now Brown Cow Nu Jazz

JAZZ ALLEY: Marlena Shaw

SERAFINA: Voodoo Trio, acoustic blues

TUTTA BELLA: The Tarantellas

GRAZIE: Michael Powers Group

LA SPIGA: Greta Matassa (10pm – 1am)

EGAN’S BALLARD JAZZ HOUSE:
7pm – Rik Wright Quintet, with Rik Wright (guitar), Tony Grasso (trumpet), James DeJoie (sax), Birch Pereira (bass) and Jeremy Jones (drums)
9pm – Tom Baker Quartet, with Tom Baker (guitar), Greg Campbell (drums), Jesse Canterbury (clarinet) and Brian Cobb (bass)
11pm – Percolations, with Charlie Bommarito (piano, keyboards, percussion), Brian Sorum (trumpet, flugelhorn) and Chaz Bommarito (drums)

GALLERY 1412: Big Spider’s Back, Wilson Shook, Matthew McDowell

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Bake's Place, Jazz Alley, Live Jazz, Seattle Jazz, Tula's