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Genre: Jazz , World

Michael, Farko and Etienne have been fusing elements of Jazz, Funk and Traditional West African music

for many years as the foundation of, first, Tashkent and later Jazzukha.

Whether exploring a Jazz Standard, a Fusion Classic or stunning Original compositions 

the music is always fresh and inspiring.

JD Hobson

Genre: Americana , Blues , Roots Rock

  1. Friday, May 27 9:00 PM (21+)

When Outlaw Country and Americana meet the Delta Blues you get a whole new genre. JD Hobson takes his Virginia Appalachian blues roots and combines it with Seattle’s Americana and rock scene, and a sound is created that has gotten people standing up to take notice.

 “Hobson's brand of bluesy Americana is steeped in rich outlaw tradition.” (Seattle Weekly Reverb Magazine)

Jeffery Austin w/ Whitney Monge

Genre: Pop

  1. Tuesday, May 03 7:30 PM (All ages)

Jeffery Austin is an up-and-coming pop singer and Finalist on season 9 of NBC's The Voice.

Following high school Jeffery gave up his musical aspirations to pursue a degree and career in public relations. After two years working in the corporate world and a six year hiatus from music, Jeffery took a chance and auditioned for season 9 of The Voice, landing a Blind Audition and a spot on Gwen Stefani's team. Working together with Gwen, Jeffery advanced all the way to the finale as one of the final four contestants for the season, the first ever contestant on Team Gwen to do so.

During his time on The Voice, Jeffery learned from top industry professionals to hone his craft as an artist and performer working with artists such as Gwen Stefani, Selena Gomez, Rihanna and Tori Kelly throughout the competition. Four of Jeffery's iTunes recordings ended in the Top 10 on the overall iTunes chart, accompanying millions of views on his YouTube performances.

In his time following the show, Jeffery Austin is pursuing a career in music, booking shows and writing songs in to eventually record an album.

Jeffrey Foucault w/ Laurie Sargent

Genre: Singer-songwriter

  1. Wednesday, May 18 7:30 PM (All ages)

I first saw Foucault play in a little Missoula theatre years ago, when many of us who grew up spinning our elders’ albums—Townes and Dylan, John Prine and Greg Brown—wandered around dolorously wondering when the next real songwriter would come along. Stetson sweaty, that little vagabond spark in his eye, he spun out a long Beam-fueled set and when it was over I walked out into the warm rain and thought, Damn. So that’s where he’s been. Since then Foucault has given American poetry some of its most vital lines and his musical searchings have become touchstones of density and durability. On this new record—his most poignant, honest, even scathing—his cry is a belt of pure blue Wisconsin lake ice with a back of December sunlight angling through bare limbed birches. Not so much penned as lived, these songs—about a show played perfectly to an empty bar, the real ones who die with nothing half the time— offer listeners that rare artistic combination of a voice and a world. And while there’s nothing not lonely about these songs, you can’t hear them and feel remotely alone. Here is our hurricane lamp, the heart whose flame won’t go out, whatever the wind. Hold it close.

-Chris Dombrowski (from the liner notes to SALT AS WOLVES)

Jelly Rollers

Genre: Americana , Blues , Roots Rock

Without the blues, there is no nothing-no jazz, no hip hop, no pop, no rock-n'-roll. It's the foundation for everything. This, then, is the tradition mined and then moved forward by Seattle outfit The Jelly Rollers, a band of talented and driven musicians who have been steadily building a body of work that is both achingly old-timey and somehow new, fresh, of-the moment. 

Jens Lindemann, Michael Brockman, Jeff Kready, Steve Moretti, Chris Thile, Jeremy Turner

Genre: Cabaret , Trumpet

  1. Friday, July 08 10:30 PM (21+)


Grammy Award nominee and trumpet virtuoso Jens Lindemann emcees a band of SCMS musicians, Chris Thile, Jeremy Turner, Steve Moretti, Jeff Kready, and Michael Brockman, for a genre-bending evening of music and merriment in this cabaret-style performance. The program will be announced from the stage at the performance.

The SCMS’ mission is to foster the appreciation of chamber music in our region by presenting performances featuring world-class musicians in accessible and inviting formats, with an emphasis on developing a broad-based sustainable audience through education and community outreach.

Each year and for 35 years, Seattle Chamber Music Society presents a winter festival in January and summer festival in July at the Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya Hall. In addition to its high quality performances, SCMS offers community engagement programs for adults, youths and the community-at-large to encourage audience appreciation and understanding of chamber music. These programs bring audiences of all ages in close contact with musicians and their music through informal, accessible and enjoyable formats.


Joe Doria Trio

Genre: Jazz , Organist

  1. Thursday, June 16 9:00 PM (21+)

NW raised Joe Doria has been composing and performing on Hammond Organ, piano, and varied vintage keys/synths since the 90’s. Steeped in Hammond tradition studying the giants of the instrument he also never limits himself to one style and can be seen working with new projects often. Featured in numerous bands and CD’s, Audiences are dazed with his ability to comp both the bass lines and the chordal structure of a song, while at the same time adding depth and dimension to every song he performs. At home and in touch with the Hammond, knowing the instrument and it’s history so well as to make it sing in any situation.

The Joe Doria Trio is: Chris Spencer, Byron Vannoy and many varied NW artists.

Joey Jewell’s Sinatra at the Sands With Jim Kerl’s Swingin’ Sixties Orchestra

Genre: Big Band Jazz

  1. Saturday, August 27 8:00 PM (All ages)

"Sinatra at The Sands" is nothing short of a swingin' time trip back to the Las Vegas Strip. Joey Jewell's performance is true to the incomparable phrasing and vocal texture of Frank Sinatra and evokes the swaggering spirit of Ol' Blue Eyes and Vegas in their heyday. And Jim Kerl's Swingin Sixties Orchestra has the energy and excitement to keep you going all night, wonderfully smooth and sophisticated arrangements, and the musical chops and passion to play it all. The show is smart, funny, and a wonderful tribute to the lost art of livin' it up. You'll feel like you're in "The Big Room" at the Sands and life is good. -Dan Murphy, Operations Manager, KIXI Radio

Jonatha Brooke

Genre: Folk Rock , Singer-songwriter

  1. Tuesday, October 04 7:30 PM (All ages)

Jonatha Brooke has written songs, made records and toured since her days in Boston with The Story. The Story released two albums, Grace in Gravity and The Angel in the House, on Elektra Records. In 1995, Jonatha released Plumb,  the first of two solo albums on MCA/Universal, followed by Ten Cent Wings in 1997.

In 1999 she started her own independent label, Bad Dog, and has since released six more albums. Her 2008 release, The Works, combined previously unheard, unpublished Woody Guthrie lyrics with her own music and arrangements. Recently, she’s co-written songs with Katy Perry and with The Courtyard Hounds. Jonatha has written for three Disney films and several television shows, and has composed the theme song for Joss Whedon’s, Dollhouse.

From 2010 to 2013, Jonatha took a touring hiatus, to write and develop her one-woman play, My Mother Has 4 Noses, a mother-daughter love story about her mother’s battle with Alzheimer’s disease. In 2014, ‘4 Noses played for ten weeks, at The Duke Theater on 42nd Street to rave reviews — “Devastating and gorgeous. A poignantly funny, beautifully created narrative” (New York Times). A ground-swell of social networking and community support followed. The newly released companion recording, of the same name, landed in the top 50 Albums of 2014 by ABC Entertainment.

Jonathan Coulton with Paul and Storm

Genre: Comedy , Folk , Folk Rock , Pop , Rock , Singer-songwriter

Paul and Storm (Paul Sabourin and Greg “Storm” DiCostanzo) are known internationally and across the Internet for their original comedy music (often with a “nerd-ish” bent). In addition to their own live performances, they are co-founders of the geek-oriented variety show w00tstock, along with Wil Wheaton and Adam Savage, and co-produce JoCo Cruise Crazy. The duo’s original web series musical, “Learning Town“, debuted on YouTube’s Geek&Sundry channel in January 2013. Also in 2013,their song “Another Irish Drinking Song” was featured in the hit movie Despicable Me 2, and in July had their guitar smashed on stage by George R. R. Martin (and deserved it).

Jonathan Coulton is a humorous folk rock singer-songwriter. He is now the Contributing Troubadour at Popular Science as well as the Musical Director for The Little Gray Book Lectures. Coulton is best known for his light-acoustic cover of the Sir Mix-a-Lot hit song "Baby Got Back" and an original piece entitled "Code Monkey." A video set to his song "Re: your brains" was a featured link on Good Morning Silicon Valley. His work has also been featured on NPR's "All Things Considered."

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