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First Thursday Art Opening: A Music Photography Exhibit by Seattle Music Insider

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Please join us on September 3 in The Triple Door Musicquarium Lounge for opening night of our first SMI photo exhibit, featuring 20 unique moments in musical history curated by our talented team of photographers.

The event is free to the public, 21+, 4 - 7 PM with music from our special guest Champagne Honeybee (http://champagnehoneybee.com/), and there will be some great happy hour specials in the bar.

Stick around afterward and watch the last Seahawks preseason game vs. the Raiders in the mainstage at 7 PM!

http://tripledoor.com/Calendar/Events/September-2015/Seahawks-vs-Raiders.aspx?date=2015-09-03

If you can't make it, don't worry! The photos will be up in the lounge (and for sale) for all of September and October.

Seattle boasts some of the most influential music artists in history. These legends shape the present musical landscape. The past influences the present, and the present shapes the future.

For the past five years, Seattle Music Insider has celebrated the past and present - bringing you the best in the Northwest and way beyond. We champion the local indie artists who practice for hours in obscurity in their garages and basements. And we also cover the national and global artists who come to our city to share their music with us. Many of them started in garages too.

At SMI, we believe that music has the power to do what politicians cannot - and that is to bring people of all races, genders, and other persuasions together through the majesty and the power of music.

Music creates passion. Passion creates music. Music creates love. Love creates music. And music...creates community. Music brings hope to the hopeless and shines the light guiding us through the darkness.

For the past five years, SMI has taken you where you want to go - backstage, on stage, and in the pit. For five years, we have celebrated the past and present covering local music 360°. We now celebrate the future.

The new SMI covers music in and around the Sound. The new SMI is here.
http://seattlemusicinsider.com/

Don't miss First Thursdays in the Musicquarium Lounge. Extend your experience beyond music and fine dining into the realm of visual art. This new series will bring color and texture to the Musicquarium walls, transforming the space into a gallery where one can view and purchase original pieces of art while enjoying dinner, happy hour, or live music within the venue.

New artists bi-monthly! Extended Happy Hour to 7pm!

Frank Kohl Trio

Genre: Guitarist , Jazz

Jazz Guitarist, Frank Kohl was born and raised in the NYC metro area. He began playing guitar at age 7. He started his journey into jazz by joining his award winning high school jazz band. Musicians such as: Wes Montgomery, George Benson, Pat Martino and Jim Hall were milestones along the way of his musical development. One of his greatest influences was at a jazz club in NY called Rapsins. Here he could listen to uncompromised, cutting edge jazz of the highest level with musicians like: Linc Chamberlin- guitar, Lyn Christie- bass, Dave Liebman- sax. Later Frank became A student of Linc and soon he was performing with Lyn Christie.

"I remember around this time going to see Tony Williams Lifetime with John McLaughlin and organist Larry Young. My idea of what jazz was forever changed. I knew then that anything was possible in jazz"

In 1972 Frank attended Berklee College of Music and graduated in 1976 with honors. Students and teachers at that time in Berklee were: John Scofield, Pat Metheny, Steve Swallow and Gary Burton.

After Berklee, Frank moved back to NY and performed professionally. In 1981, he released first LP "Reform" The Frank Kohl Quartet featuring Bassist Michael Moore.

Around 1983 Frank moved to the San Francisco Bay area and performed his music for years And became a member of Don McCaslin Sr's band Warmth.

In 1990 Frank moved to Seattle where he lives today performing at NW jazz clubs such as: Tula's, Boxley's, Egan's, The Jazz Station.

Frank also spends time in NY recording and performing at clubs like Small's, The Metropolitan Room, The Bean Runner.

In 2008 Frank recorded his second CD, "Coast to Coast" The Frank Kohl Quartet in NY with brother and pianist, Tom Kohl. It received rave reviews from Cadence Magazine, All About Jazz, Mike Stern, to name a few.

In 2013 Frank recorded his 3rd CD, "Invisible Man" The Frank Kohl Quartet on Pony Boy Records featuring NY bassist Steve LaSpina.

Members of Frank's quartet vary, in Seattle you can hear him with: Bill Anchell, John Hansen, Jeff Johnson, Steve Luceno, Matt Jorgenson, Greg Williamson and others. In NY: Steve LaSpina, Tom Kohl, Steve Roane, Jon Doty And others.

"Invisible Man"  ....."his soaring solos and swinging tunes unveil a spirit tuned into the moment and where the notes may lead. With Kohl's clearly mastered technique, his solo's sing true with room for breath and emotion"

Steve Griggs, Earshot Jazz Magazine

Frank Kohl Trio

Genre: Guitarist , Jazz

  1. Wednesday, December 13 5:00 PM (21+)

Jazz Guitarist, Frank Kohl was born and raised in the NYC metro area. He began playing guitar at age 7. He started his journey into jazz by joining his award winning high school jazz band. Musicians such as: Wes Montgomery, George Benson, Pat Martino and Jim Hall were milestones along the way of his musical development. One of his greatest influences was at a jazz club in NY called Rapsins. Here he could listen to uncompromised, cutting edge jazz of the highest level with musicians like: Linc Chamberlin- guitar, Lyn Christie- bass, Dave Liebman- sax. Later Frank became A student of Linc and soon he was performing with Lyn Christie.

"I remember around this time going to see Tony Williams Lifetime with John McLaughlin and organist Larry Young. My idea of what jazz was forever changed. I knew then that anything was possible in jazz"

In 1972 Frank attended Berklee College of Music and graduated in 1976 with honors. Students and teachers at that time in Berklee were: John Scofield, Pat Metheny, Steve Swallow and Gary Burton.

After Berklee, Frank moved back to NY and performed professionally. In 1981, he released first LP "Reform" The Frank Kohl Quartet featuring Bassist Michael Moore.

Around 1983 Frank moved to the San Francisco Bay area and performed his music for years And became a member of Don McCaslin Sr's band Warmth.

In 1990 Frank moved to Seattle where he lives today performing at NW jazz clubs such as: Tula's, Boxley's, Egan's, The Jazz Station.

Frank also spends time in NY recording and performing at clubs like Small's, The Metropolitan Room, The Bean Runner.

In 2008 Frank recorded his second CD, "Coast to Coast" The Frank Kohl Quartet in NY with brother and pianist, Tom Kohl. It received rave reviews from Cadence Magazine, All About Jazz, Mike Stern, to name a few.

In 2013 Frank recorded his 3rd CD, "Invisible Man" The Frank Kohl Quartet on Pony Boy Records featuring NY bassist Steve LaSpina.

Members of Frank's quartet vary, in Seattle you can hear him with: Bill Anchell, John Hansen, Jeff Johnson, Steve Luceno, Matt Jorgenson, Greg Williamson and others. In NY: Steve LaSpina, Tom Kohl, Steve Roane, Jon Doty And others.

"Invisible Man"  ....."his soaring solos and swinging tunes unveil a spirit tuned into the moment and where the notes may lead. With Kohl's clearly mastered technique, his solo's sing true with room for breath and emotion"

Steve Griggs, Earshot Jazz Magazine

Frank Kohl Trio

Genre: Guitarist , Jazz

  1. Wednesday, January 24 5:00 PM (21+)

Jazz Guitarist, Frank Kohl was born and raised in the NYC metro area. He began playing guitar at age 7. He started his journey into jazz by joining his award winning high school jazz band. Musicians such as: Wes Montgomery, George Benson, Pat Martino and Jim Hall were milestones along the way of his musical development. One of his greatest influences was at a jazz club in NY called Rapsins. Here he could listen to uncompromised, cutting edge jazz of the highest level with musicians like: Linc Chamberlin- guitar, Lyn Christie- bass, Dave Liebman- sax. Later Frank became A student of Linc and soon he was performing with Lyn Christie.

"I remember around this time going to see Tony Williams Lifetime with John McLaughlin and organist Larry Young. My idea of what jazz was forever changed. I knew then that anything was possible in jazz"

In 1972 Frank attended Berklee College of Music and graduated in 1976 with honors. Students and teachers at that time in Berklee were: John Scofield, Pat Metheny, Steve Swallow and Gary Burton.

After Berklee, Frank moved back to NY and performed professionally. In 1981, he released first LP "Reform" The Frank Kohl Quartet featuring Bassist Michael Moore.

Around 1983 Frank moved to the San Francisco Bay area and performed his music for years And became a member of Don McCaslin Sr's band Warmth.

In 1990 Frank moved to Seattle where he lives today performing at NW jazz clubs such as: Tula's, Boxley's, Egan's, The Jazz Station.

Frank also spends time in NY recording and performing at clubs like Small's, The Metropolitan Room, The Bean Runner.

In 2008 Frank recorded his second CD, "Coast to Coast" The Frank Kohl Quartet in NY with brother and pianist, Tom Kohl. It received rave reviews from Cadence Magazine, All About Jazz, Mike Stern, to name a few.

In 2013 Frank recorded his 3rd CD, "Invisible Man" The Frank Kohl Quartet on Pony Boy Records featuring NY bassist Steve LaSpina.

Members of Frank's quartet vary, in Seattle you can hear him with: Bill Anchell, John Hansen, Jeff Johnson, Steve Luceno, Matt Jorgenson, Greg Williamson and others. In NY: Steve LaSpina, Tom Kohl, Steve Roane, Jon Doty And others.

"Invisible Man"  ....."his soaring solos and swinging tunes unveil a spirit tuned into the moment and where the notes may lead. With Kohl's clearly mastered technique, his solo's sing true with room for breath and emotion"

Steve Griggs, Earshot Jazz Magazine

Grant Schroff Trio

Genre: Funk , Jazz

  1. Saturday, December 16 8:30 PM (21+)

The drummer for Seattle's hottest afro-funk band, The Polyrhythmics, brings his own trio to the Triple Door Lounge.

 

Happy Hour: Amigos Nobles

Genre: Blues , Flamenco , Guitarist , Jazz

Amigos Nobles plays an intense, unique brand of instrumental, classical guitar-based Euro-Mediterranean, World Beat Fusion. 

Amigos Nobles consists of Pacific Northwest musicians Jerry Wirkkala on guitars, Richard Ferguson on guitar & bass and Angelo Ortiz on percussion.

Jerry Wirkkala is a masterful guitarist who's been fusing nuevo flamenco, blues and jazz and has been performing around the Seattle area for a number of years.  Jerry was recently joined by long-time friend Richard Ferguson.

Richard Ferguson has been a rock player for many years.  After attending a Gipsy Kings concert Richard became inspired, purchased a classical guitar and began learning the Euro-Nuevo Flamenco style songs Jerry was playing.  With his rock roots always present, Richard's unique sound adds a special element to Amigos Nobles.  With the addition of Percussionist Angelo Ortiz, Amigos Nobles began evolving into something greater than anticipated.

Angelo Ortiz is a well-known , gifted percussionist, recently named Best Instrumentalist by the Washington Blues Society in 2016.  Angelo has had multiple previous nominations for best percussionist and has appeared on the cover of "Big City Rhythm and Blues Magazine, a nationally published music trade magazine.  Angelo has also played with notable greats Randy Oxford and Lee Oskar, and appears on many CDs and recordings around the Northwest.

The band picked the name Amigos Nobles because the name means "Noble Friends" and not only represents the Mediterranean- style of their music, but also the friendship they have developed.  Together, Amigos Nobles has recently been performing their unique style of music regularly in the Pacific Northwest.  Our debut LP "Escape Barcelona" has the blends of the bands roots which consist of rock, salsa, blues, and jazz.

Amigos Nobles has played a number of high profile local events and venues, such as Bite of Seattle, Taste of Tacoma, Hard Rock Cafe, Mt Si Summer Concert Series and Freedom Fest, as well as a number of wineries, restaurants and lounges in Washington and Oregon.  Many of Amigos Nobles' shows have been played to capacity crowds.

Everyone, from rockers & metal heads to blues crowds love the music of Amigos Nobles.  The guitar work is amazing, along with very intelligent, meaningful percussion,  Amigos Nobles's music is very energetic, feels really good to listen to, and fans enjoy seeing the intensity Amigos Nobles plays with.

Happy Hour: Michel Navedo

Genre: Bossa Nova

At the forefront of the resurgent bossa nova scene in the U.S., Michel Navedo is known for his distinctive, alluring vocal tone and immediately recognizable trumpeting style, combining elements of his Puerto Rican heritage in equal parts with the rich musical influences of his New Orleans upbringing.

Happy Hour: Ranger and the Re-Arrangers

Genre: Swing , Gypsy Jazz

Seattle Gypsy jazz band Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers” evoke the spirit of a Paris cafe and the raucous energy of a Gypsy campsite with their version of Gypsy jazz.  “At the heart of their sound is Ranger Sciacca's sweet violin playing… his sense of melody and daring improvisations” (World Rhythm).  The band’s repertoire includes swing standards, traditional Gypsy melodies, the music of Django Reinhardt, and Ranger's unique originals.

Happy Hour: Sundae + Mr. Goessl

Genre: Vintage Pop

A delightful throwback to a time when music was the entertainment, Sundae + Mr. Goessl perform a wide variety of "Vintage Pop". With Sundae's sparkling personality, she almost reaches out to grab the audience as she sings and the banter between songs is pure hilarity. Mr. Goessl's impeccable jazz guitar work is nothing short of incredible and although he doesn't talk, he speaks to the listeners through his instrument. Lighthearted yet heartfelt, Sundae and Mr. Goessl are sure to leave an impression.


Happy Hour: Sundae + Mr. Goessl

Genre: Vintage Pop

  1. Friday, December 15 5:00 PM (21+)

A delightful throwback to a time when music was the entertainment, Sundae + Mr. Goessl perform a wide variety of "Vintage Pop". With Sundae's sparkling personality, she almost reaches out to grab the audience as she sings and the banter between songs is pure hilarity. Mr. Goessl's impeccable jazz guitar work is nothing short of incredible and although he doesn't talk, he speaks to the listeners through his instrument. Lighthearted yet heartfelt, Sundae and Mr. Goessl are sure to leave an impression.


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