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Cyrille Aimée

Genre: Gypsy Jazz , Jazz Vocalist

  1. Tuesday, June 07 7:30 PM (All ages)

Vocalist Cyrille Aimeé is a winner of the Montreux Jazz Festival’s International Vocal Competition, the Sarah Vaughan International Vocal Competition and the 2015 DownBeat Critic’s Poll ("Rising Star—Female Vocalist").

Aimée was raised primarily in France by her French father and Dominican mother. As a curious child in Samois-sur-Seine, she would sneak out of her bedroom window to wander into the nearby gypsy encampments filled with those attending the annual Django Reinhardt Festival.

Aimée quickly fell in love with gypsy music and way of life; years later she would sing on street corners with friends, busking across the Continent. While in the midst of one such odyssey, she found herself at the Montreux Jazz Festival, where she won first prize, which included the financing of her first album.

Aimée was a finalist in Star Academy (the French American Idol). Informed she would have to sing only what she was told, her gypsy spirit rebelled, and in what was a cause célèbre she walked from the competition. She now happily tours the world with her band as well as in a duo setting with Brazilian guitarist Diego Figueiredo. Aimée's talents recently caught the attention of Stephen Sondheim, who cast her in an Encores Special Presentation at New York City's City Center.

The New York Times referred to Aimée's major label debut in August 2014, as "a bravura turn.”

http://www.cyrillemusic.com/

Daniel Rapport Trio

Genre: Blues , Guitarist , Jazz , Rock

Daniel Rapport is a musician and teacher, born and raised in Seattle, he attended Garfield High School, performed in the legendary Jazz Ensemble there, and has a degree in Ethnomusicology from the University of Washington. Daniel has played with Macklemore, Blue Scholars, Big World Breaks, and Gems. Daniel's trio focuses on original compositions as well as world, jazz, and blues standards.  

Dawn Clement Trio

Genre: Jazz

featuring: Chris Symer and Stuart McDonald Quartet

Delilah Pearl and the Mantarays

Genre: Swing , Jazz , Vintage Pop

  1. Thursday, June 02 9:00 PM (21+)

Delilah Pearl and the Mantarays capture the golden rhythm and romance of 1940’s vocal jazz/swing standards with soul. They've got a style and signature sound that's all their own.

Influenced by Peggy Lee, Ella Fitzgerald , Nina Simone and “Lady Day”, Delilah Pearl emulates your favorite classic sultry ballads with her soulful smoky wide ranging and flexible voice.

The Mantarays, always dressed to kill, deliver the standards freshened by an approach influenced by years in rock, world, experimental, bossa nova and indie music.  

Delilah Pearl and the Mantarays are: vocalist Christine Goering, Dodd Johnson on drums, Michael Whitmore on guitar, Tim Kehl on piano, Barry Cooper on trumpet and Toliver Goering on bass.

Dirty Rice

Genre: Blues , Rock

  1. Wednesday, June 15 8:30 PM (21+)

Dirty Rice is an aggressive Rock-n-Blues band from the Seattle area serving a delicious blend of the greatest songs and styles that has been spawned by the blues including the affects on the songwritng and the ripping guitar of Eric Rice. His vision has been brought into focus with the bond he has with Scotty Harris and Andrew Cloutier. Raw old school Rock-n-Blues with a lot of variety. With Eric Rice at the helm of Dirty Rice you will hear anything from Muddy Waters and T-Bone Walker to Hendrix and their own homegrown tunes.

Ed Reed Quintet featuring Anton Schwartz

Genre: Jazz

  1. Thursday, July 14 7:30 PM (All ages)

Ed Reed, vocals;

Anton Schwartz, tenor saxophone;

Dawn Clement, piano;

Michael Glynn, bass;

D’Vonne Lewis, drums.

“Ed was voted #1 Rising Star Male Vocalist in the 2014 DownBeat critics’ poll. What makes that particularly amazing is that he’s 87 years old. Seriously. He learned jazz harmony from Charles Mingus, who used to hang out at his sister’s house across the street, when they were growing up in Watts in the 1940s. He was a vocalist for the famous Warden’s Jazz Band at San Quentin with Art Pepper & Frank Morgan in the 1960s. Ed recorded the first of his four critically acclaimed albums at age 77. Last year he had a sold out weekend at Tula’s for the Earshot festival and four months ago he had six sold out shows at Dizzy’s (Jazz at Lincoln Center) with famed pianist George Cables. His story of addiction, incarceration, recovery and redemption is a tribute to the power of the human spirit.”

www.edreedsings.com

Eli Meisner Trio

Genre: Guitarist , Jazz

Seattle native and resident Eli Meisner began playing the guitar at the age of 13. A few years later, inspired by a small collection of jazz records, Eli began to take a more intense interest in his instrument. Practicing and performing fervently throughout his years in high school, Eli received several awards in recognition of his talent at both local and international jazz festivals. Assured by the encouragement of his mentor, fellow guitarist Bobby Broom, Eli decided to further his musical understanding by attending New York University's renown jazz program in New York City. There Eli was afforded the privilege of studying with guitarists Peter Bernstein, John Scofield, and Randy Johnston as well as tenor saxophonist Richard Perry. Inspired by his peers as well as idols such as Sonny Rollins, Thelonious Monk and Charlie Parker, Eli continues to search for his own voice on the guitar. Eli has performed at several venues throughout the New York City and Seattle areas.

Elnah Jordan and Eric Verlinde

Genre: Jazz

Elnah Jordan a well seasoned performer and vocalist commenced her career in the streets of San Francisco. Her transition from a street performer to the clubs was expeditious to say the least. San Francisco loved her and rewarded her with a nomination and placement as 1983 Jazz Vocalist of the year.

Pianist Eric Verlinde has excited audiences worldwide with his energetic and passionate performances. He has played with Arturo Sandoval, Randy Brecker, Eric Alexander, Terell Stafford, Mark Murphy, Luis Conte, Thelma Huston, Don Lamphere, Jay Thomas, Buddy Cattlet, Greta Matassa, and Luis Peralta. He is in high demand and is constantly performing, refining the sound and creating new music. His different groups create music that is pure, creative, spontaneous, superbly structured and melodic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APqcpZWMo3c



EntreMundos Trio

Genre: Brazilian , Jazz

Eric Verlinde

Pianist Eric Verlinde has excited audiences worldwide with his energetic and passionate performances. His music touches the very soul of the listener. He has played with Arturo Sandoval, Randy Brecker, Eric Alexander, Terell Stafford, Mark Murphy, Luis Conte, Thelma Huston, Don Lamphere, Jay Thomas, Buddy Cattlet, Greta Matassa, Luis Peralta, Bryan Lynch, Hadley Caliman, Francine Reed, and Bobby Medina. He is in high demand and is constantly performing, refining the sound and creating new music. His different groups create music that is pure, creative, spontaneous, superbly structured and melodic.

Dean Schmidt

Dean Schmidt is an electric bassist currently based in the Pacific Northwest. Dean studied music in Los Angeles at the prestigious Musicians Institute of Technology and through the many world class musicians at MIT he was exposed to different idioms such as jazz, Latin, Brazilian and world music.

After spending six years in Los Angeles playing with different bands, he was hired by the legendary James Burton (Elvis Presley's guitarist) for a year stint in Waikiki, Hawaii playing with his son Jeff Burton. After that successful show, he relocated to Seattle where he established a career as a freelance and studio bassist.

He has since traveled the world playing in Turkey, South East Asia, Mexico and Japan. He also spent six years on and off performing with singer Jane Powell on Norwegian Cruise Line. In the last two years he has performed live with Grammy award winning singer Melissa Manchester and LA based jazz group The David Becker Tribune.

\In addition to his extensive live performance schedule Dean can also be heard on the on the soundtracks to the Academy Award Winner "The Blind Side" as well as on "The Great Buck Howard" starring John Malcovich.

Dean's solo record "I Know Nothing" was released by Origin Records in 2006.

Jeff Busch

Jeff Busch is an exuberant drummer/percussionist, vocalist, and composer whose passion for soulful music of varied traditions has led him to perform with jazz, blues, and gospel groups--as well as calypso, samba, and Cuban jazz ensembles. Between 1988-96, Jeff studied fine art, and music in Leeds, England. He studied percussion and drum set with Dave Hassel, calypso with steel drum master Dudley Nesbitt, and later Brazilian percussion with Jesse Bannister. In Leeds he first worked as a percussion accompanist for dancers at the Northern Contemporary Dance School; The Phoenix Dance Company and The Northern Ballet. Now based in Seattle, Jeff continues this work for the Cornish College of the Arts, and for Janelle Keane's Afro-Brazilian dance classes at the University of Washington Experimental College.

In 1997, Jeff spent six months in Brazil and studied with a variety of percussionists including Edmilson Costa Teixeira, Gilo do Pandeiro, and Mestres Memeu and Lazaro from Olodum. In 1998 Jeff returned to Brazil and had the opportunity to play and perform with the Jovino Santos Neto group which included drummer Marcio Bahia, bassist Arismar do Espirito Santo, and saxophonist Hans Teuber.

Currently Jeff continues to perform with a variety of groups in the Seattle area including the Jovino Santos Neto quinteto; Cuban jazz groups Rumba Abierta, and Tumbao led by pianist Julio Jauregui; and Cuban dance band Mango Son, led by Roberto Sanchez. He is the drummer at First AME church, and also plays for pianist Kent Stevenson, and gospel singer Patrinell Wright.

Jeff continues to teach percussion to people of all ages both privately and in schools and universities. He is currently the recipient of a King County Arts grant for a recording project entitled 'Drums and Voices - Contemporary Spirituals' which is a collaborative effort with gospel singer Patrinell Wright.

Fawcett Symons & Fogg

Genre: Funk , Fusion , Jazz

Fawcett Symons & Fogg is a band that loves music. Raised and trained in jazz, punk, classical and musical theatre, Fawcett Symons and Fogg are forever in search of the perfect balance of danceable grooves and intelligent melodies. With influences ranging from Dave Brubeck to Stevie Wonder, from The Rolling Stones to The Bad Plus, the music of Fawcett Symons and Fogg aims to make even the most conservative of gentlemen get their groove on.

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