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GravelRoad

Genre: Blues , Country Rock

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

GravelRoad is a Seattle band that seamlessly blends the trance of North Mississippi Hill Country Blues with the fuzz and power of heavy rock and roll. The band is hot off recent releases for local upstart label Knick Knack Records. 2012 saw the band release the widely acclaimed full length Psychedelta (one of Classic Rock Magazine’s Albums of the Year). 2013’s single Pedernales (recorded at Willie Nelson’s studio of the same name) was quickly followed by the full length album, The Bloody Scalp of Burt Merlin (“GravelRoad’s “The Bloody Scalp of Burt Merlin” is one of those rare albums from whose wholly exceptional songs it proves more than a little difficult to choose favorites.” – James Carlson, No Depression).

gravelroadblues.com/

Greg Brown

Genre: Classic Rock , Folk , Singer-songwriter

  1. Sunday, October 12 7:30 PM (All ages)

One of the leading contemporary folk artists of the American Midwest, Brown's music reflects a poetic spirit while also sounding thoroughly down to Earth; his deep, craggy voice expresses quirky humor and the mysteries of life and love with equal skill, and over the course of a career that's spanned more than five decades, he's earned a passionate following for his heartfelt and uncompromising music.

Critic Josh Kun once described singer and songwriter Greg Brown as "a Midwestern existentialist hobo with a quick-draw mouth, a bloodied heart, and bourbon on his breath."

http://www.gregbrown.org/

Hall Pass

Genre: Classic Rock , Everything , Pop

  1. Thursday, October 09 9:00 PM (21+)

Playing high energy hits that get the crowd dancing, Hall Pass covers rock and pop favorites blending dynamic vocals and sound. Our members have played for the Seahawks during their Superbowl winning season, the Bite of Seattle, Swiftwater Cellars, the world famous Brick Saloon to local venues and private parties around town. With Micki's powerful vocals and keys, Rich laying down the beats, Kathy singing sweet harmonies, Jeff' musical adventures on guitar and Kurt jamming out rockin' rhythms on bass, Hall Pass has got you covered!

hallpassband.com

Happy Hour: Djangomatics

Genre: Gypsy Jazz

Gypsy Jazz”…this name elicits an immediate vision of Django Reinhardt (1910-1953), one of the greatest performers of jazz – a virtually illiterate, nomadic Gypsy by birth, who despite a severe handicap which left him with only two usable fingers on his left hand, made the guitar a viable solo voice in jazz music and is considered to be among the greatest jazz musicians who ever lived.

The Djangomatics are a trio (two acoustic guitars and an upright bass) who draw their inspiration from the musical legacy of Django Reinhardt.  We perform the Gypsy style swing jazz of Django Reinhardt as well as Latin, Klezmer, and French musette.  Our wide repertoire and experience enable us to perform in a variety of settings, ranging from intimate dinner music to high energy stage performances.

www.djangomatics.com/

Happy Hour: Djangomatics

Genre: Gypsy Jazz

  1. Friday, September 26 5:00 PM (21+)

Gypsy Jazz”…this name elicits an immediate vision of Django Reinhardt (1910-1953), one of the greatest performers of jazz – a virtually illiterate, nomadic Gypsy by birth, who despite a severe handicap which left him with only two usable fingers on his left hand, made the guitar a viable solo voice in jazz music and is considered to be among the greatest jazz musicians who ever lived.

The Djangomatics are a trio (two acoustic guitars and an upright bass) who draw their inspiration from the musical legacy of Django Reinhardt.  We perform the Gypsy style swing jazz of Django Reinhardt as well as Latin, Klezmer, and French musette.  Our wide repertoire and experience enable us to perform in a variety of settings, ranging from intimate dinner music to high energy stage performances.

www.djangomatics.com/

Happy Hour: Ranger and the Re-Arrangers

Genre: Gypsy Jazz

  1. Friday, October 03 5:00 PM (21+)
  2. Friday, October 10 5:00 PM (21+)
  3. Friday, October 24 5:00 PM (21+)
  4. Friday, October 31 5:00 PM (21+)

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 unique twist on gypsy jazz.  “At the heart of their sound is Ranger Sciacca's sweet violin playing… his sense of melody and daring improvisations” (World Rhythm Webzine).  The band’s repertoire includes swing standards, traditional Gypsy melodies, the music of Django & Grappelli, and Ranger's unique originals.

www.rangerswings.com/

Happy Hour: Renato Anesi (Brazil)

Genre: Brazilian , Guitarist

Composer, Arranger and Multi-instrumentalist

Renato Anesi was born in 1969 in Rio de Janeiro. His work is the result of intense musical experience as a child. His father, a guitarist and cavaco player, was his first teacher. Renato grew up playing choros and sambas of Noel Rosa, Pixinguinha, Jacob do Bandolim and others.

Renato Anesi belongs to the young rock and jazz generation of contemporary Brazil, however, his musical roots integrate the tradition of many different styles of Brazilian instrumental music - choro, waltz, baião, frevo, maracatu, etc.

With this material he has built a unique style, featuring a music universe committed only with creativity.

Founder and leader of the “Corda Coral” Trio, Anesi became one of the key names in Brazilian Contemporary Instrumental Music , with accolades from the most demanding critics.

His discography began in 1996 with the album “Corda Coral”; In 1999 he recorded “Sin Querer” in Belgium with Spanish guitar player José Luiz Monton. At that time he toured Europe with “Rosa dos Tempos”. He recorded “Dez Anos Depois” (Ten Years Later) in 2006.

In 2001 he received the award “Rumos e Tendências Musicais” from the Itaú Cultural Institute, and in 2004 the Award for Instrumental Music at the Syngenta National Festival. In 2007 he received another awardat the Guarulhos Instrumental Music Festival. In 2009, the 59 Strings Project was launched. His U.S.A. debut was at the 2010 Chicago Guitar Festival.

Since then Renato has been performing in several Venues and Festivals in US, such as Old Town School of Folk Music, Chicago Cultural Center, Jazz Showcase, Evanston Ethnic Arts Festival , Mayne Stage, City Winery Chicago and many others.

www.renatoanesi.com/

Happy Hour: SuperSones

Genre: Salsa

  1. Friday, September 19 5:00 PM (21+)

SuperSones play the sublime music known as Son - the acoustic dance music of the Cuban countryside that inspired modern Salsa. Son is a unique blend of Spanish guitars and harmony, Afro-Cuban percussion and swing, call-and-response singing, and trumpet improvisation. From the 1930's in Havana to the present moment, Cuban septets like SuperSones have inspired people around the world to dance and celebrate.

SuperSones represent this rich musical tradition with a wide range of classic and original songs in the many genres within the Son family: bolero, cha cha cha, guaracha, and son montuno among others. The group plays songs written by some of the greatest composers of Cuban popular music including Compay Segundo, Miguel Matamoros, Isaac Oviedo, and Arsenio Rodriguez. SuperSones recreate these songs with their own arrangements and improvisations to bring the Son alive in the Pacific Northwest. The group also regularly features original compositions firmly rooted in the Son tradition.

Since 2001, SuperSones have performed for a wide range of audiences. The group frequently plays private functions such as parties, weddings, and corporate events. Depending on the unique needs of each occasion, SuperSones can play in a range of instrumentations from a trio up to a septet. In Seattle, public performances have included the following venues: The Triple Door, Northwest Folklife Festival, Tractor Tavern, Nectar, Mojitos, Seattle Folklore Society, Seattle City Hall, and Seattle Art Museum. In addition, the group has taught workshops and performed at several Seattle area schools, Whitman College in Walla Walla, and the Seattle World Rhythm Festival. In May of 2006, the SuperSones toured Belgium and Holland for two weeks.

SuperSones are:

Ron Barrow - trumpet

Kevin Connor - Cuban tres guitar and vocals

Justin Maggart - lead vocals, clave and guiro

Alfredo Polier - vocals and maracas

Steve Smith - bongo

Kevin Stevens - upright bass

David Trejo - acoustic guitar and vocals

www.supersones.com/

Happy Hour: SuperSones

Genre: Salsa

  1. Friday, November 07 5:00 PM (21+)
  2. Friday, November 21 5:00 PM (21+)

SuperSones play the sublime music known as Son - the acoustic dance music of the Cuban countryside that inspired modern Salsa. Son is a unique blend of Spanish guitars and harmony, Afro-Cuban percussion and swing, call-and-response singing, and trumpet improvisation. From the 1930's in Havana to the present moment, Cuban septets like SuperSones have inspired people around the world to dance and celebrate.

SuperSones represent this rich musical tradition with a wide range of classic and original songs in the many genres within the Son family: bolero, cha cha cha, guaracha, and son montuno among others. The group plays songs written by some of the greatest composers of Cuban popular music including Compay Segundo, Miguel Matamoros, Isaac Oviedo, and Arsenio Rodriguez. SuperSones recreate these songs with their own arrangements and improvisations to bring the Son alive in the Pacific Northwest. The group also regularly features original compositions firmly rooted in the Son tradition.

Since 2001, SuperSones have performed for a wide range of audiences. The group frequently plays private functions such as parties, weddings, and corporate events. Depending on the unique needs of each occasion, SuperSones can play in a range of instrumentations from a trio up to a septet. In Seattle, public performances have included the following venues: The Triple Door, Northwest Folklife Festival, Tractor Tavern, Nectar, Mojitos, Seattle Folklore Society, Seattle City Hall, and Seattle Art Museum. In addition, the group has taught workshops and performed at several Seattle area schools, Whitman College in Walla Walla, and the Seattle World Rhythm Festival. In May of 2006, the SuperSones toured Belgium and Holland for two weeks.

SuperSones are:

Ron Barrow - trumpet

Kevin Connor - Cuban tres guitar and vocals

Justin Maggart - lead vocals, clave and guiro

Alfredo Polier - vocals and maracas

Steve Smith - bongo

Kevin Stevens - upright bass

David Trejo - acoustic guitar and vocals

www.supersones.com/

Happy Hour: SuperSones

Genre: Salsa

SuperSones play the sublime music known as Son - the acoustic dance music of the Cuban countryside that inspired modern Salsa. Son is a unique blend of Spanish guitars and harmony, Afro-Cuban percussion and swing, call-and-response singing, and trumpet improvisation. From the 1930's in Havana to the present moment, Cuban septets like SuperSones have inspired people around the world to dance and celebrate.

SuperSones represent this rich musical tradition with a wide range of classic and original songs in the many genres within the Son family: bolero, cha cha cha, guaracha, and son montuno among others. The group plays songs written by some of the greatest composers of Cuban popular music including Compay Segundo, Miguel Matamoros, Isaac Oviedo, and Arsenio Rodriguez. SuperSones recreate these songs with their own arrangements and improvisations to bring the Son alive in the Pacific Northwest. The group also regularly features original compositions firmly rooted in the Son tradition.

Since 2001, SuperSones have performed for a wide range of audiences. The group frequently plays private functions such as parties, weddings, and corporate events. Depending on the unique needs of each occasion, SuperSones can play in a range of instrumentations from a trio up to a septet. In Seattle, public performances have included the following venues: The Triple Door, Northwest Folklife Festival, Tractor Tavern, Nectar, Mojitos, Seattle Folklore Society, Seattle City Hall, and Seattle Art Museum. In addition, the group has taught workshops and performed at several Seattle area schools, Whitman College in Walla Walla, and the Seattle World Rhythm Festival. In May of 2006, the SuperSones toured Belgium and Holland for two weeks.

SuperSones are:

Ron Barrow - trumpet

Kevin Connor - Cuban tres guitar and vocals

Justin Maggart - lead vocals, clave and guiro

Alfredo Polier - vocals and maracas

Steve Smith - bongo

Kevin Stevens - upright bass

David Trejo - acoustic guitar and vocals

www.supersones.com/

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