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Genre: Funk , Rock , Soul

DoveDriver is the brainchild of guitarist/producer Teddy Presberg. It is his go-to group to perform his original, experimental songs that mesh funk, soul, and rock. He has released records stateside on Ropeadope Records (Christian McBride, Snarky Puppy, Charlie Hunter and Medeski, Martin, and Wood) and also internationally with Timewarp Records. Presberg recently moved from Saint Louis back to Portland and can be seen performing in town and across the country with a handful of bands.

Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors w/ Penny & Sparrow

Genre: Singer-songwriter

  1. Tuesday, November 11 7:30 PM (All ages)

Some artists are able to articulate a vision at the very beginning of their career, while others hone their craft over time, growing into their vision as they mature. 

“I am definitely in the latter category,” explains Drew Holcomb, a Tennessee-born, duck hunting, bourbon drinking, 1st edition book collecting, golf playing Eagle Scout with a Masters degree in Divinity from Scotland’s University of St Andrews (he wrote his dissertation on “Springsteen and American Redemptive Imagination”) who has spent the better part of the past decade as a professional musician – recording, writing, and touring with his band Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors.

Since releasing their first album, 2005’s Washed In Blue, Drew & The Neighbors (Ellie Holcomb, Nathan Dugger, Rich Brinsfield) have established themselves as a formidable indie act, selling more than 75,000 records, playing more than 1,500 live dates, selling-out headline shows, and touring alongside such varied acts as The Avett Brothers, Ryan Adams, Los Lobos, NEEDTOBREATHE, Susan Tedeschi, North Mississippi Allstars, Marc Broussard, and more. Their songs have been used in countless television shows and commercials, most notably in TNT’s Emmy Award winning 2011 Christmas Day NBA Forever spot, which paired the song Live Forever with a mesmerizing montage of past and present NBA video footage.

The hard work has paid off with the band’s sixth album Good Light showcasing Drew’s signature brand of singer/songwriter Americana in its finest form yet. Recorded live at Ardent Studios in Memphis, Good Light arrives shortly following Drew’s 30th birthday and the birth of his first child, daughter Emmylou (named for – you guessed it – Emmylou Harris), with wife and band-mate Ellie Holcomb. I think about my daughter every time I sing the title track, how I want to sing it over her when she is old enough to start understanding the world of truth and consequence,” says the Memphis native who now calls Nashville home.

“This album perfectly tells the story for a new stage in my life,” explains Drew “On past albums I was searching for my voice, both literally and figuratively. I co-wrote a lot of songs, peppered the music with too many influences, and let too many other voices in my head.” 

With this album, Drew dedicated himself to the process of songwriting, stripping away extra layers, ridding himself of past boundaries and expectations. He wrote more than 40 songs for Good Light, mostly alone on his 1934 Gibson Archtop, eventually whittling the selections down to a final 12 tracks.

Drawing from personal experience to craft songs that speak to all of us, Drew explores the universal need to find meaning and joy in the midst of heartbreak and disappointment throughout Good Light. The last song on the album Tomorrow opens with the lyric, ‘Nothing ever turns out like you thought it would.’ It’s a theme that permeates the album. 

“I have been through really difficult things,” Drew continues. “When I was 17, I lost my younger brother, and have lived through the grief of that great absence. On the other hand, I have experienced the joy of being married to the girl I always wanted, and have been loved really well by her…Everyone has all these different ingredients; our geography, our family, our interests, the places we have been and the places we long to see, the loves we have found and the loves we have lost. Each of us has a story, and it’s the only one we can tell. With this album I’m telling my story, in the hope that it helps other people tell theirs.”

Eclectic Guitars: Eric Johnson & Mike Stern

Genre: Guitarist , Jazz

  1. Sunday, February 08 7:30 PM (All ages)

Eric Johnson’s stature as one of the premier guitar players in contemporary music is his artistic trump card, backed by a Grammy Award and five nominations, platinum album, Top 10 hits like “Cliffs Of Dover,” praise from critics and the esteem of his peers. But the full hand of his talents marks him as well as a gifted songwriter, dynamic live performer, singer, pianist, song interpreter, and creator of a rich and diverse musical legacy.

In a career that spans three decades and a discography that includes more than a dozen eclectic and innovative recordings, six-time GRAMMY nominee Mike Stern has established himself as one of the premier jazz and jazz-fusion guitarists and composers of his generation.

Emily Asher's Garden Party Celebrating the Music of Hoagy Carmichael

Genre: Brass

  1. Wednesday, November 05 7:30 PM (All ages)

Emily Asher’s Garden Party CD Release

Led by Asher's tenacious trombone and sweet vocals this versatile group from New York City's vibrant early jazz scene celebrates the release of their new full-length CD.  The band performs joyful music from the roots of New Orleans jazz through the swing era to contemporary arrangements of Hoagy Carmichael hits, plus original songs.  Returning for their third Triple Door performance Emily Asher's Garden Party is a Brooklyn based band with a strong Seattle heart including Shorewood HS and UW alumna Asher, and Roosevelt grads drummer Jay Lepley and trumpeter Mike Davis.

The Wall St. Journal calls Garden Party “a deliberately prosaic name deviously calculated to describe a very exciting combo” and named their 2013 EP, “Carnival of Joy” a “Superior Album.” Louis Armstrong Biographer, Ricky Riccardi raves that Garden Party is ”Simply extraordinary hot jazz played by some of the finest young musicians devoted to keeping this music alive today.” Seattle jazz education luminary Clarence Acox wrote: "It was pure joy hearing Emily Asher's Garden Party last night at the Triple Door. It is some of the most beautiful music I've heard in a long time."

Eric Hullander Band

Genre: Everything , Jazz

  1. Friday, August 22 9:00 PM (21+)

Eric Hullander and friends are an eclectic collective of musicians based out of Seattle, but hailing from around the world.  The repertoire draws on, but is not limited to the jazz idiom.  Recently more original compositions are finding their way into their set, as well as compositions by disparate artists such as Bob Marley, Radio Head, and The Mahavishnu Orchestra.  This is in addition to the standards by the icons of jazz we are all familiar with.  Always, the music is played with a spirit of adventure and made with love.  Music is supposed to be fun!


Ethan J Perry & The Remedy Band

Genre: Americana

Ethan J Perry & The Remedy Band is a Seattle based band. They self describe their music as Americana Indie Psychedelic Jazz.  Jaimie Hawkins, an independent music reviewer, said of their music,  ” [it's like] riding a horse through a desert in space.” And Rachael Perrell of the Levee Breaking writes, ” it’s honest…  It’s the super long drivehome to visit, remembering the dog you grew up with, and maybe even quietly missing a long put out relationship.”

Currently, Ethan J Perry & The Remedy Band is comprised of Michael Almodovar on drums,  Alex Fermanis on pedal steel, and Bryan Dever on bass.  Ethan heads the band up on guitar and vocals. The Remedy Band also has various musicians of many styles sit in with them when they perform both at shows and in the studio.

Ethan J Perry has released two albums under his name entitled, The Bohemian Bitch & Other Songs From Poets Row, and Night Lights.  Ethan released his debut album,Bohemian Bitch, in 2009.  He is currently working on his third album entitled, Sundial,due to be released in late summer/early fall of 2014, with contributions made by members of The Remedy Band, as well as many others.


First Friday Art Opening w/ Peter Dervin


  1. Friday, September 05 5:00 PM (21+)

Photographer Peter Dervin will exhibit a group of concert photography at Seattle’s Triple Door Musiquarium, 216 Union Street, Seattle, for the month of September & October.

Peter’s passion for music photography comes from his love of music in general. Growing up, his parents would play a variety of records on Sunday mornings. From orchestral classics like Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture and Grofe’s Grand Canyon Suite to Simon & Garfunkel, John Denver and Mexican Mariachi music.

Peter’s first 45 was The Monkees “Pleasant Valley Sunday”. His first Beatles album was “Yesterday…And Today” given to him by the next-door neighbor. Peter’s first album of his own was The Beatles “White Album”.

The first concert that Peter attended was Elton John at Dodger Stadium in 1975. His second concert was KISS at the Fabulous Forum, his third concert was The Tubes at the Shrine Auditorium and his fourth concert was Paul McCartney & Wings performing “WINGS Over America”.

As Peter attended many concerts in his youth, his camera was always in hand, ready to capture a rock and roll moment. In 1980, while in Anchorage, Alaska, Peter attended a Grateful Dead show at West High Auditorium. There he photographed the Dead which eventually, thirty years later, would appear in the Grateful Dead’s Road Trip’s Volume 3, Number 4 CD released in 2010.In 1991, Peter became a program host and disc jockey at community radio station KSER 90.7 in Everett, Washington, retiring in 2009.

For the past 15 years, Peter would photograph the various concerts he attended throughout the Northwest and since 2010 has been very productive in concert photography field.

Peter has photographed some of the most popular music festivals in the West including Seattle’s very own Bumbershoot, the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival, the Treefort Music Fest and the Safeway Waterfront Blues Festival. For the past two years, he has been the house photographer for the Live! @ Benaroya Hall Concert Series.

Peter has photographed for Los Lobos and DEVO respectively. He has also photographed Sir Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Robert Plant, Boz Scaggs, Bonnie Raitt, Chris Cornell, Blondie and many more.

Don't miss First Fridays 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!

First Friday Art Opening w/ Steve Schneider


Photographer Steve Schneider will exhibit a group of his Rock and Roll photos at Seattle’s Triple Door Musiquarium, 216 Union Street, Seattle, for the month of July & August. This exhibit is provided courtesy of Jeffrey Moose Gallery.

Steve Schneider has turned a fondness for Rock and Roll into a lifetime of concert documentation. Beginning with a 1973 shot of Neil Young and Graham Nash in Santa Barbara and continuing most recently with shots of Los Lobos at Seattle’s The Triple Door, his catalogue includes Rock legends from several decades frozen in revealing and dramatic action. Artists include Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana, Jeff Beck, Pete Townsend, Tom Petty, Merle Haggard, Kurt Cobain, Eddie Vedder, The Grateful Dead and many, many more.  Most were shot in the Northwest, Mr. Schneider's residence since 1979.  

His close association with The Grateful Dead goes back to the mid 70's when the band first allowed him stage access; his photos have been published on their CDs & DVDs.   

Mr. Schneider's career has included stints working for UPI, Gannett News Service, Reuters, and Sipa Press as well as long term commitments to corporate assignments and conventions. He also travels annually with several associations such as the National League of Cities, American Thoracic Society, and National Association for Independent Schools.  

His work has appeared in various publications including TIME magazine, which, after Jerry Garcia’s death in 1995, ran Mr. Schneider's shot of Garcia at his last Seattle concert. In Seattle, he is represented by Jeffrey Moose Gallery.  

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 monthly! Extended Happy Hour to 7pm!

Fly Paper

Genre: Blues , Folk , Rock

With soulful vocals, fiercely elegant guitars, and a high energy rhythm section, Fly Paper never fail to inspire crowds throughout the country with their original songs. Micaela's voice is often compared to that of Fiona Apple and Norah Jones. Her guitar playing carries on the traditions of Jimi Hendrix, David Gilmore, and Jimmy Page. Bassist Joe Chamberlin fills the space between with a modern rock style grounded in classic rock sensibilities. Sam Rice brings to the drums, the rock groove of Jimmy Chamberlin and the flair of Buddy Rich, while Saxman/Keyboardist Marty McLean puts the sax back in rock one note at a time. The four piece band fuses elements of rock, folk, and blues into an unforgettable musical experience. With catchy songs, command of their instruments, and a powerful stage presence, Fly Paper will be remembered long after the stage lights go out!

Garfield High School Jazz Band

Genre: Jazz

  1. Monday, October 20 7:00 PM (All ages)

Ernestine Anderson. Quincy Jones. Jimi Hendrix. The place is full of music. Who knows what greats are yet to share their musical talents with us in years to come?

Garfield High School is a public high school in Seattle, WA, attracting students from a variety of cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. Garfield’s jazz culture is so strong that it maintains multiple levels of jazz bands in its curriculum for over 75 students. Under the leadership of
Clarence Acox (now in his 42nd year as a music educator), Garfield continues to bring to young people the jazz traditions of such big bands as Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Woody Herman.

Jazz Ensemble I is the top jazz band in this program. The group has won every major competition on the west coast of the United States, including the Reno Jazz Festival, Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival (named Outstanding Festival Band six times), Clark College Jazz Festival (seven-time Sweepstakes Award winner) and Mt. Hood Jazz Festival. Jazz Ensembles II and III have also competed successfully in events around in the Northwest. 

Garfield is a frequent participant in the Essentially Ellington National Jazz Band Competition and Festival at Lincoln Center in New York City, the most prestigious high school jazz competition in the United States. Since 1999, Garfield has been selected as one of the 15 Essentially Ellington finalists thirteen times, including an unprecedented four first-place trophies (in 2003, 2004, 2009 and 2010), as well as second place finishes in 2002 and 2008 and third place in 2006; you can watch their 2013 Ellington performances here

In May 2003, the Garfield Jazz Ensemble made a national TV appearance, with Wynton Marsalis, on NBC’s Today Show.
Graduates of the Garfield Jazz program have gone on to study at leading music schools throughout the country, such as the Berklee College of Music, The Juilliard School, Eastman School of Music, Manhattan School of Music, The New England Conservatory of Music, USC Thornton School of Music, Oberlin Conservatory of Music and Cornish College of the Arts.

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