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  1. Sunday, October 08 7:30 PM (17+)

Gracie Terzian Trio

Genre: Jazz

Originally from Washington, DC, Gracie Terzian is a singer, songwriter, ukulelist and actor living in New York City. Her first EP, Saints and Poets, debuted at #23 on the Billboard jazz charts and quickly became the #3 jazz album on iTunes. Gracie has also worked extensively in theatre and film as an actor and composer and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.

"Don't let the cool, sophisticated surface of Saints and Poets fool you: Gracie Terzian is a deep-dyed romantic who tells her tales of modern love with quiet delicacy and an inborn musicality that's impossible to overlook. Of such debuts are great careers made." 

- Terry Teachout, author of Pops: A Life of Louis Armstrong and Duke: A Life of Duke Ellington

Grant Schroff Trio

Genre: Funk , Jazz

  1. Saturday, October 07 9:00 PM (21+)

The drummer for Seattle's hottest afro-funk band, The Polyrhythmics, brings his own trio to the Triple Door Lounge, featuring Delvon Lamarr and Colin Higgins

Happy Hour: Adriana Giordano Trio

Genre: Brazilian

Join us at Happy Hour for some authentic Brazilian music with the Adriana Giordano Trio. The Brazilian vocalist will be joined by Brazilian guitarist Kiko Freitas and percussionist Sam Esecson for an evening of sambas, Brazilian popular music (a.k.a. MPB), bossa novas, progressive Brazilian pop and baiĆ£os. You'll experience Brazilian music that is intimate, relaxing, yet invigorating.


Happy Hour: Birch Pereira & the Gin Joints

Genre: Swing

Born out of a love of the early years of swing, country and rock 'n 'roll, Birch Pereira & the Gin Joints is a band whose sound transports you to the time of speakeasies, honky-tonks and roadhouses. With upright bassist and vocalist Birch Pereira at its center, the band features many of Seattle's most skilled and versatile musicians who share the love of the American song traditions and a desire to offer a fresh angle on them.

The band's debut album, Dream Man, was released independently and received the Earshot Jazz Golden Ear Award for Northwest Recording of the year in 2016. Fans, critics and deejays have delighted in Birch Pereira's "old soul," tenor voice, the group's clean stripped-down arrangements of musical gems from the past and Pereira's ever growing repertoire of original, yet period evoking material. The musicians assembled on record and for live performance stand out both for their obvious skill and for the obvious passion that all of the contributing players have for each of these great musical eras. The skill and passion result in performances that act like aural time traveling experiences. 

Happy Hour: Bob Goering & Loren Sinner

Genre: Folk

Bob Goering and Loren Sinner are part of a musical partnership that goes back 30 years. As members of Vashon's Great Divide Band, they have played countless shows together. In recent years the two have become a popular acoustic duo, covering a wide variety of material from the likes of Willie and Merle to Dire Straits and the Stones. Anchored by Bob's golden voice and Loren's guitar and keyboard, the duo always has that just right sound. 

Happy Hour: Brad Gibson Duo

Genre: Drummer , Jazz

  1. Friday, October 06 5:00 PM (21+)

Happy Hour: Johnny7 and the Black Crabs

Genre: Rockabilly , Americana , Roots Rock

Formed as a backing band for Rockabilly legend Wanda Jackson, The Black Crabs only intended to be together for a short time. But with the success of touring with Wanda and Johnny's deep love of wild 50s rock'n'roll, rockabilly, and vintage jazz, The Black Crabs just couldn't stop.

Drawing heavily from their background in Ameripolitan Music- Rockabilly, Honky-Tonk, and Hillbilly Swing, the trio performs upbeat music full of harmonies, quirky turns, and danceable beats. While they may slip in an obscure cover with an authentic feel, they also mix in rich doses of Garage, Surf and Western Swing to their originals. Writing the songs, singing and handling guitar duties, Johnny 7 is the heart and soul of The Black Crabs.

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Triple Door

216 Union Street
Seattle, WA 98101
Tickets 206.838.4333