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Curtis Salgado

Genre: Blues , Soul

  1. Friday, September 02 8:00 PM (All ages)
  2. Saturday, September 03 8:00 PM (All ages)

Award-winning vocalist/songwriter/harmonica icon Curtis Salgado sings and plays with soulful authority, never giving less than 100 percent. He plays each and every show like it’s the most important gig of his career. He recalls the time when his friend, the great chitlin’ circuit singer Buddy Ace, put on the show of his life, singing his heart out, making three costume changes, all while playing at a casual house party. Salgado was floored. “I was just there playing with my band, hanging out in cut-offs and a t-shirt, and there’s Buddy treating the gig the same as if he was performing at the Apollo,” he says. From that moment on, Curtis vowed that every time he got on stage he would deliver his very best shot.

Salgado’s been perfecting his craft since he first began playing professionally in the late 1960s. He fronted his own group, The Nighthawks, inspired John Belushi to create The Blues Brothers, was co-star of The Robert Cray Band and sang and toured with Roomful Of Blues. He released his first of eight solo albums in 1991, hitting the road hard year after year. Salgado and his band toured with The Steve Miller Band and Curtis spent a summer singing with Santana before being sidelined by serious health issues in 2006. He’s battled all the way back, and, after a full and complete recovery, has been tearing up concert stages all over the country.

http://www.curtissalgado.com/


Darlingside

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  1. Thursday, November 03 8:00 PM (All ages)
  2. Friday, November 04 8:00 PM (All ages)


Delilah Pearl and the Mantarays

Genre: Swing , Jazz , Vintage Pop

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

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.

Dirty Rice

Genre: Blues , Rock

  1. Friday, July 29 8:30 PM (21+)

Dirty Rice is a 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 songwriting 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.

D'Vonne Lewis duo featuring Joe Doria on organ

Genre: Drummer , Jazz

  1. Saturday, August 27 9:00 PM (21+)

D’Vonne Lewis, 32, is a self-taught musician/drummer/poet with a background in gospel, funk, and rhythm and blues. Lewis is the grandson of the late-great ‘Godfather of rock and roll/soul’, the Pacific Northwest’s Hall of Famer, Hammond B-3 organ legend, Dave Lewis. Because of Dave Lewis, Seattle’s 1950’s entertainment scene started on the path to desegregation.

D’Vonne graduated from Seattle’s Roosevelt High School in 2002 under the direction of Scott Brown, where he received numerous high school jazz band awards, including the Jazz at Lincoln Center Outstanding Drum Soloist winner at the Essentially Ellington Jazz Festival for the years of 2000, 2001, and 2002.

While still in high school, D’Vonne was first-call drummer to local and world-renowned artists, including Hadley Caliman; Buddy Catlett; Julian Priester; Floyd Standifer; Jay Thomas; Larry Fuller and Marc Seales, to name a few.

http://dvonnelewis.com/

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.


D'Vonne Lewis Trio featuring Jim O'Hallaran on flute; Dean Schmidt on bass and D'Vonne Lewis on drums.

Genre: Drummer , Jazz

  1. Friday, August 26 9:00 PM (21+)

D’Vonne Lewis, 32, is a self-taught musician/drummer/poet with a background in gospel, funk, and rhythm and blues. Lewis is the grandson of the late-great ‘Godfather of rock and roll/soul’, the Pacific Northwest’s Hall of Famer, Hammond B-3 organ legend, Dave Lewis. Because of Dave Lewis, Seattle’s 1950’s entertainment scene started on the path to desegregation.

D’Vonne graduated from Seattle’s Roosevelt High School in 2002 under the direction of Scott Brown, where he received numerous high school jazz band awards, including the Jazz at Lincoln Center Outstanding Drum Soloist winner at the Essentially Ellington Jazz Festival for the years of 2000, 2001, and 2002.

While still in high school, D’Vonne was first-call drummer to local and world-renowned artists, including Hadley Caliman; Buddy Catlett; Julian Priester; Floyd Standifer; Jay Thomas; Larry Fuller and Marc Seales, to name a few.

Ed Reed Quintet featuring Anton Schwartz

Genre: Jazz

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.

Fawcett, Symons & Fogg

Genre: Funk , Fusion , Jazz

  1. Saturday, August 06 9:00 PM (21+)

Fawcett, Symons & Fogg is a band that loves music. Raised and trained in jazz, punk, classical and musical theatre. 

We are forever in search of the perfect balance of danceable grooves and intelligent melodies. 

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