Refine Your Search

  • Event or Artist
    Search by EVENT or ARTIST
  • Venue
    Search by VENUE
  • Genre
    Search by GENRES
    CTRL + Click to select multiple genres

  • Recommenders
    Search by RECOMMENDERS
    CTRL + Click to select multiple recommenders
  • Time and Date
    Search by TIME and DATE
    Search dates between and
  • Submit Search

Search Results

Flamenco Jazz w/ Chano Domínguez, John Bishop & Jeff Johnson

Genre: Flamenco , Jazz

  1. Saturday, May 07 7:30 PM (All ages)

Giordano Productions presents a Flamenco Jazz experience to remember!

Latin Grammy award winner and internationally renowned pianist and composer Chano Domínguez brings his signature flamenco jazz to the Triple Door for one night only. From his roots in Andalucia, Chano serves up fresh compositions and re-imagines standards from Miles Davis to Manuel de Falla, all filtered through the lens of traditional flamenco forms: the soulful tangos, the exuberant bulerías and seguidillas, and the bluesy soleá. He will be joined by bassist Jeff Johnson and drummer John Bishop.

Growing up playing guitar in a family of traditional musicians in Cadiz, Chano switched to the piano when he heard the music of Thelonius Monk and Bill Evans. Since then, he has collaborated with top artists in both jazz and flamenco: Wynton Marsalis, Paquito D'Rivera, Herbie Hancock, Paco de Lucia, Tomatito, and many others. Today, he tours internationally and has recorded numerous albums including "Flamenco Sketches" which gave a Spanish flavor to Miles Davis' classic album "Kind of Blue." His compositions have been played by WDR Big Band, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Latvia Symphonic Orchestra, and Ballet Nacional de Espana. Domínguez won a Latin Grammy for the soundtrack of the movie Calle 54 (2001), directed by Fernando Trueba, as well as a Grammy nomination for best Latin Jazz Album category with “Flamenco Sketches” (2012) and “Bendito” (2016). Seattle audiences got their first taste of Chano’s last October, when he performed at Teatro Zinzanni as part of the 2015 Earshot Festival.

More info:

http://chanodominguez.info/index.html

http://jazzbassist.com/

http://johnbishop.net/

Listen to Chano Dominguez & Jack DeJohnette - "Mister C.I"

Francesca Blanchard

Genre: Singer-songwriter

  1. Monday, July 18 7:30 PM (All ages)

Immensely talented young French-American singer-songwriter Francesca Blanchard will be returning to the West Coast in July.  Last fall, Francesca performed a number of sold out shows at major venues in Seattle, Portland, SF, LA, and San Diego as an opener for Yuna. Francesca's intimate songs in French and English have earned her wide praise, and she has opened for everyone from Suzanne Vega and Joan Amatrading to Caravan Palace, Joseph and Lissie. She will be touring with a trio or quartet.

Francesca recalls her Mediterranean childhood as one of bare feet on terra cotta tiles, fuchsia sunsets, fresh mistral breezes, the aroma of lavender and evening cricket choirs. La vie douce (“the sweet life”) aptly describes the rhythm and rhyme of those early years, where extended sojourns to a family cabin in the Alps further nourished a love of wild, open spaces and the solitary peace of simple living in the heart of a family that was anything but conventional.

Born of two cultures, Francesca not only brings her two languages to her songs, but a deep sensitivity for the universal qualities of music. Whether or not you understand the language in which she sings, there is something else being communicated, something only the language of music can convey. Raised by the voices of Tracy Chapman, Eva Cassidy, Françoise Hardy and Nora Jones (among others), Francesca has always felt a strong connection to deeply intimate female vocals, ("the ones that speak for themselves", as Blanchard puts it). Notable performances include opening for Suzanne Vega and Joan Armatrading, along with performing at Les FrancoFolies de Montréal in 2013.

Following her 2011 six-track EP, Blanchard released an extended EP in 2014 with three additional demo tracks. She recorded her first full-length album of original songs (six in English, six in French) in the summer of 2014 after raising over $25,000 on Indiegogo.

Pouring her heart into delicate melodies written for the acoustic guitar, Blanchard’s debut album deux visions was released on October 2, 2015. It was produced by Chris Velan (Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars), mixed by acclaimed Montreal producer Jean Massicotte (Lhasa, Patrick Watson, Arthur H, Jorane) and mastered at the prestigious Metropolis Studios in London. The album reflects Francesca’s travels, both physical and emotional, with influences ranging from Norah Jones and Carla Bruni to Eva Cassidy and Françoise Hardy.

“Deux Visions shines on the strength of Blanchard’s accomplished compositions, tasteful guitar work and gorgeous vocals. A seamless mix of folk, jazz and roots-rock with some French chanson thrown in for good measure. The most ambitious and impressive debut album to come out of Vermont since Grace Potter.” - The Times Argus

"Colored by her love of folk, rock, jazz, French chanson, soul, world music and pop, Ms. Blanchard takes Deux Visions beyond the standard spare singer-songwriter route by encompassing one genre into another and folding one influence into another.” - World Music Central

“One of the year’s best new world music albums. An impressive first effort from the talented, young artist.” - Phil's Picks

"Francoise Hardy meets Nico and does in a few in English anyway?  This gal might seem moody, but there’s nothing about her that screams art chick.  Blanchard has the chops to be a wily entertainer to take you places you haven’t imagined and you’ll get there on her own particular magic carpet ride.  Certainly a left leaning, modern pop date, this is no yeah yeah girl looking for  fling.  Deep music fans will appreciate someone is still out there that wants to fan their flames with high octane, high quality stuff that’s delightfully out of the ordinary.  Well done throughout.” - Midwest Record Review

http://www.francescablanchard.com/

Freudian Slurp

Genre: Funk , Jazz , Rock

A Hard grooving, mostly instrumental fusion quintet led by Seattle native, Ian Hughes­ Guitar/Vocals. Freudian Slurp plays original groove tunes. Decorated with an adventurous sense of melody, blasphemous harmonies, and an occasional love song or quirky cover arrangement. The music combines Jazz, Rock, Funk and many other feels to weave a cinematic tapestry of sounds that don’t take themselves too seriously.

Freudian Slurp

Genre: Funk , Jazz , Rock

  1. Friday, June 24 8:30 PM (21+)

A Hard grooving, mostly instrumental fusion quintet led by Seattle native, Ian Hughes­ Guitar/Vocals. Freudian Slurp plays original groove tunes. Decorated with an adventurous sense of melody, blasphemous harmonies, and an occasional love song or quirky cover arrangement. The music combines Jazz, Rock, Funk and many other feels to weave a cinematic tapestry of sounds that don’t take themselves too seriously.

Grace Love in: Sex, Drugs, Rock and Soul Musical

Genre: Soul

  1. Saturday, June 25 8:00 PM (All ages)

A autobiography of Grace Love's journey through Sex, Drugs, Rock & Soul, this is a one- woman show you will not want to miss. backed by her choir the Dirty Dozen and some of Seattles finest musicians this piece of history will knock you out!

“This a coming of age story starting after the death of my mother and clinging on just life by using sex, drugs to cope and falling in love with music again,” says beloved local musician Grace Love of her upcoming one-woman concert and musical, Sex, Drugs, Rock & Soul. This autobiographical performance showcases the powerhouse’s range of talents and takes you along the singers journey. “This started as an entry in a journal and then the characters formed,” Grace explained “Music is personified.”

“Sex, Drugs, Rock & Soul” is literally a journal entry come to life, a performance a long time coming for Grace Love. “The process has been intense and eye opening and amazing. I am blessed.” 

http://www.missgracelove.com/

photo: Michael Porter 

Grant Schroff Trio

Genre: Drummer , Funk , Fusion , Jazz

  1. Thursday, May 19 9:00 PM (21+)

Featuring Grant Schroff (Polyrhythmics) on drums, Delvon Lammar on organ and Jimmy James (Grace Love and the True Loves) on guitar.

Grant-Lee Phillips

Genre: Singer-songwriter

  1. Tuesday, May 17 7:30 PM (All ages)

“History and legend have often found their way into my songs” reflects Grant-Lee Phillips. “But sometimes, I don’t have to look quite so far to find inspiration.” Walking in the Green Corn is the newest album by Grant-Lee Phillips. Its ten songs are drawn from Phillips’ intensive investigations into his native lineage. Phillips, who is Muskogee (Creek), elliptically explores the intersection of past and present, personal and political. While the songs delve deeply into the subconscious mystery of his own backstory, they simultaneously reveal the resonance and insight of ancient myth in parallel to contemporary man’s emotions, actions, and errors.

http://www.grantleephillips.com/

Greg Brown

Genre: Singer-songwriter

  1. Sunday, October 09 7:30 PM (All ages)

During the 1980s Brown toured and had recurring performances on A Prairie Home Companion. Brown self-published two albums, 44 & 66 and The Iowa Waltz. A friend founded a record company called Red House Records and Brown became its first recording artist. Brown has recorded two dozen albums. In 1986 he released an album called Songs of Innocence and of Experience based on poems by William Blake. His album One Big Town (1989) won an Indie Award from the National Association of Independent Record Distributors.

http://gregbrownmusic.org/

Happy Hour: Birch Pereira and The Gin Joints

Genre: Swing , Jazz

  1. Friday, May 06 5:00 PM (21+)
  2. Friday, May 20 5:00 PM (21+)

Birch Pereira and the Gin Joints is a unique project that revisits the music from the Tin Pan Alley jazz era to classic country and rock n' roll. With upright bassist Birch Pereira and his relaxed, Chet Baker-inspired vocal style at the center, the group features a revolving cast of sought after Seattle musicians that draw from the repertoires of Fats Waller, Hank Williams, Louis Armstrong, and more.

Happy Hour: Danny Godinez

Genre: Guitarist

Guitarist/singer-songwriter Danny Godinez has been a mainstay in the Seattle music scene for over a decade. He has played with a wide variety of musical figures including Carlos Santana, Jason Mraz, Tim Reynolds, and Johnny Lang. He has toured throughout Europe, Alaska, and the lower 48, and is known for his inventive and inspiring solo shows.

His solo performances showcase his fiery guitar technique, thoughtful vocal songs, and experimental grooves using innovative guitar looping.

 Back  2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11  Next 
Triple Door

216 Union Street
Seattle, WA 98101
Tickets 206.838.4333

<br> Social Media Links

Social Media Links

Follow us for up to date info!

<br> Spotify Playlist

Spotify Playlist

Follow our curated jams!

Listen to upcoming artists


The Triple Door Radio