Class Tonight on Web 2.0 for Musicians at Seattle Drum School Georgetown

From Dave Marriott:

In case you haven’t heard about this via their advertising, I’ll be teaching my first class at the Seattle Drum School Georgetown about this content called, not surprisingly, “Web 2.0 for Musicians and Other Artists”. It’s only 15 dollars for this session, and if you make it tonight you’ll get a discount on all future sessions. From the advertisement:

Want to get the most exposure for your YouTube videos?

Unsure how to tackle Facebook and MySpace?

Interested in learning how to use Flickr to promote yourself?

Did you know there are hundreds of new tools online for communicating with your audience and attracting new fans?

Come to “Web 2.0 for Musicians and Other Artists” on November 25th at 7pm for a two-hour in-depth introductory session teaching you how to use these new Web 2.0 tools to promote, publicize, and sell your music, writing, film or art. Only $15, plus a discount on all future sessions! Whether you are a teenage musician or a veteran professional, this is for you, so sign up now! Call today!

If you can’t make it tonight, no problem! Just email hidden; JavaScript is required and let me know you are interested in future sessions so I can keep you informed. Tonight is some basics on the big sites, but in the future we will focus on less-common Web 2.0 sites and more musician-specific applications online. If you get a chance – come by! Only 15 bucks!

Monday Jazz

SEATTLE DRUM SCHOOL: First Mondays with Jim Knapp Orchestra 12510 15th Ave NE, Seattle, 8pm

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Vocal Jazz Jam with the Kelley Johnson

NEW ORLEANS: The New Orleans Quintet

LA SPIGA: Ray Baldwin

Let us know if we missed something by posting a comment!

Daniel Barry and SWOJO at The Seattle Drum School

OA2 Records presents a double-bill of music on Tuesday, March 11 at The Seattle Drum School featuring music from Daniel Barry‘s new CD, “Walk All Ways,” and The Seattle Women’s Jazz Orchestra and their recent CD, “Meeting Of The Waters.”

Sculpting a new acoustic sound that defies categorization while voicing universal sonorities, Daniel Barry creates a fluid blend of chamber music and improvised shapes for the 21st century. “Walk All Ways” interweaves Western Classical music traditions with the sensuous rhythmic vitality of the Caribbean and South America, adding the spirit of free-blowing jazz to create a distinct, original all-encompassing world vision expressed through the pure language of sound.

SWOJO shows off their musical muscle in this set of original tracks recorded live in concert. Performing the music of Hazel Leach, Jill Townsend and their musical director, Dr. Daniel Barry, “Meeting of the Waters” exhibits the power, energy and spirit of the 7-year old group’s live performances. SWOJO’s distinctive sound blends the dynamic and the artful, the bold and the sensitive, exploring the jazz mainstream and all manner of Latin music.

TUESDAY, MARCH 11
THE SEATTLE DRUM SCHOOL
12510 15th Ave NE, Seattle, 7:30pm

Monday Jazz

It is the start of a new week and here is what’s happening tonight …

SEATTLE DRUM SCHOOL: The Jim Knapp Orchestra
12510 15th Ave NE, Seattle, 8:00pm

JAZZ ALLEY: Holly Cole (Pop-Jazz Singer, First US Tour in Six Years)

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Greta Matassa Vocal Jazz Jam

THE NEW ORLEANS: The New Orleans Quintet

LA SPIGA: Ray Baldwin

MEANY THEATER: UW Studio Jazz Ensemble & Modern Jazz Contingent
University of Washington Campus, Meany Theatre, 7:30

Saturday Jazz

 A virtual avalanche of jazz tonight. No chains required.

BAKE’S PLACE: Ben Thomas and Tangabrazo

JAZZ ALLEY: Chris Botti

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Susan Pascal Quartet

TRIPLE DOOR MUSICQUARIUM: Pocket Change
TRIPLE DOOR MAINSTAGE: Henry Butler, solo piano, 7pm

EGAN’S BALLARD JAM HOUSE:
7pm – Tom Boros, singer/songwriter
9pm – Siendo, with Evan Flory-Barnes

TUTTA BELLA: Steve Mason and Friends

SERAFINA: Jazzukha

LA SPIGA: Rhythm Suite

JAZZVOX HOUSE CONCERT: Pinky Winters w/ Randy Halberstadt. 7:30pm
Advanced ticket purchase required. For tickets and more information visit www.jazzvox.com or call (206) 963-2430.

CHAPEL PERFORMANCE SPACE: 23rd Seattle Improvised Music Festival, 8pm, 
For more information and the full line up of performers, visit the Seattle Improvised Music Festival website. (4649 Sunnyside Ave. in Wallingford)

Also, check out these two workshops this afternoon:
SEATTLE DRUM SCHOOL: Billy Kilson Drum Clinic, 1pm. More info at 206-364-8815 or visit the Seattle Drum School website

GALLERY 1412: Improvised Music Workshops, 12pm. More info at the Seattle Improvised Music Festival website

Monday Jazz

Here is a list of what’s happening tonight in Seattle …

JAZZ ALLEY: Jake Shimabukuro

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Vocal Jam with Greta Matassa

THE NEW ORLEANS: The New Orleans Quintet

SERAFINA: The Piper Olson Duo

LA SPIGA: Ray Baldwin & Sam Chambliss

SEATTLE DRUM SCHOOL: Jim Knapp Orchestra
12510 15th Ave. NE, Seattle, WA, 8:00pm

Up-Coming: The Amber Tone at Seattle Drum School

Thursday, January 17 – The Amber Tone
The Seattle Drum School

12510 15th Ave NE
Seattle, WA

8:00pm
$10 at the door; students and seniors, $5

Comprised of Cornish College of the Arts professor, Dawn Clement (piano), Jon Hamar (bass), Cornish College of the Arts students, Brad Gibson (drums), Clark Gibson (alto sax) and Eli Clark (trombone), The Amber Tone, celebrating a recently-released EP, is a contemporary-minded quintet that takes inspiration from the history and tradition of bebop, while placing focus on original composition.

Monday Jazz

Kind of a quiet night for jazz but it makes the decision easier doesn’t it?

TULA’S: Vocal Jam with Greta Matassa

THE SEATTLE DRUM SCHOOL: The Jim Knapp Orchestra plays tonight… make sure and catch this Earshot Golden Ear nominated group. 8pm, $10,  (12510 15th Ave. NE, Seattle, WA)

Know of any other gigs happening tonight? Send us an email or post a message in the Comments section.

Two Up-Coming Shows for the Jim Knapp Orchestra

The Jim Knapp Orchestra has two up-coming shows … make sure and catch this Earshot Golden Ear nominated group.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 5
Third Place Commons

17171 Bothell Way NE.
Lake Forest Park, WA
7:00 – 9:45pm
Free

MONDAY, JANUARY 7
The Seattle Drum School

12510 15th Ave. NE
Seattle, WA
8:00pm
$10

Monday: Jim Knapp Orchestra

The Jim Knapp Orchestra will be performing this Monday, December 3, at the Seattle Drum School. It is all ages and the music starts at 8:00pm

MONDAY, DECEMBER 3 – JIM KNAPP ORCHESTRA
Seattle Drum School

12510 15th Ave, NE
Seattle, WA 98125
Tel: (206) 364-8815
8:00PM, All Ages
$10.00. Students $5.00

Paul Taub – C flute, alto flute, piccolo
Mark Taylor – soprano, alto and tenor saxophones. flute
Steve Treseler – alto and tenor saxophones
Stuart MacDonald – tenor saxophone
Rich Cole – baritone saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet and flute
Brad Allison – trumpet and flugelhorn
Jay Thomas – trumpet and flugelhorn
Chad McCullough – trumpet and flugelhorn
Tom Varner – French horn
Jeff Hay – tenor trombone
Chris Stover – bass trombone
John Hansen – piano
Jon Hamar – bass
Matt Jorgensen – drums

Monday … a day for drummers

Two drummers better known for their work in rock circles are headlining jazz-influenced groups tonight.

LAST MONDAYS with Geoff Harper, Ryan Burns and Matt Cameron
THE SEATTLE DRUM SCHOOL

12510 15th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98125 {map it}
Tel: (206)364-8815
8:00pm; $10

MICHAEL SHRIEVE’S SPELLBINDER
ToST

513 N. 36th St. #E, {map it}
Seattle, WA, 98103
9:30pm; $5

Michael Shrieve is featured on the cover of the current Earshot Jazz Magazine which you can download here.

Other events happening tonight …

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Jazz Jam with the Darin Clendenin Trio

NEW ORLEANS: The New Orleans Quintet

Videos from Jeff ‘Tain’ Watts’ Visit to the Seattle Drum School Georgetown

Back in May, the Seattle Drum School officially opened it’s newest branch in Georgetown, and to help commemorate the event, drummer Jeff ‘Tain’ Watts stopped by for an informal performance and clinic. The Seattle Drum School recently posted five videos from the event, with at least one more to come. They’ve been getting some notice, and ‘Tain’ himself has even embedded them on his education page.

For the full post and videos from SDSG, click here.