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Holly Bowling


  1. Saturday, September 22 8:00 PM (17+)

How Now Brown Cow

Genre: Funk , Jazz , Soul

The original brothers of bovinity. 

How Now Brown Cow is Marc Hager (Keys), Brad Schrandt (sax/flute), Donovan Pfeifer (drums) and Dave Kurtiak (bass). With over 2 decades of performing collectively and individually in the Pacific Northwest, How Now Brown Cow blends jazz and funk with elements of world, island, fusion and soul to create a sound that is all their own. "How Now Brown Cow sound like Coltrane playing the theme song to CHiPs, mixing high art with '70s camp. Throw in tasty samples and some cowbell, and, boy, you're cooking up a party. Bowmp chicka bowmp bow." - The Weekly Volcano. Often compared to and influenced by Herbie Hancok, Weather Report, Average White Band, Tower of Power, P-Funk and Weather Report.


Ian Hughes Quartet

Genre: Jazz , Soul

  1. Saturday, June 30 9:00 PM (21+)

Soul, Jazz, and Groove from Seattle native, vocalist, guitar wizard and “Freudian Slurp” band Leader, Ian Hughes. A mix of Ian’s originals and hand picked covers and arrangements will feature the all-star rhythm section of Joey Walbaum (Tetrabox) on the keyboards, Tyler Graves (Farko Collective, Quantonium) on the Drums, as well as his brother Dylan Hughes (Ancient Robotz, Freudian Slurp), on the Electric Bass. 

Ian Moore w/ Eric Tessmer


  1. Friday, August 10 8:00 PM (17+)

Jacob Szekely Trio

Genre: Jazz

Born in Brooklyn New York in 1979, Jacob grew up in a musical family where his talent was recognized early on. He was accepted to study classical cello performance at the prestigious Interlochen Arts Academy for high school before attending the Cleveland Institute of Music for his Bachelor’s Degree and the University of Southern California for graduate studies.

Strings Magazine has hailed Szekely as “One of the leaders in the Creative String Community.” And Berklee cello professor and multiple Grammy winner Eugene Friesen has declared Jacob’s playing to be to be “The first time a cellist has made the case as a leader in modern jazz!” In 2013, Jacob founded the Jacob Szekely Trio and released their debut EP which was hailed by critics from The Strad, Strings Magazine, International Musician, the LA Weekly and artists from Yo-Yo Ma to Rush Bassist, Geddy Lee as a “quantum leap forward” in pushing the boundaries of the instrument.  In 2015, Jacob’s trio released their debut album which made several year-end top ten lists for JazzEd, International Review of Music and several others.

Mr. Szekely is also in great demand as a sideman and session player in Los Angeles having appeared in hundreds of commercials, television shows and movie scores. Jacob has been a featured performer (solo cellist) with such popular artists as Mary J Blige, Jay Z, Ellie Goulding, Avril Lavigne and Rush; and on such television shows as Battlestar Galactica, the Walking Dead, and the Sarah Connor Chronicles to name a few.

In addition to his busy schedule as a performer, Mr. Szekely is also active as a composer and arranger. He has collaborated with a wide range of artists and ensembles from string quartets and world music groups to commissions for chamber orchestra and children’s choir.

In 2007, Jacob expanded his role as musical ambassador through the co-founding and artistic directorship of String Project Los Angeles, a music school and resource for the alternative string playing community throughout the world located in Venice, California. String Project Los Angeles was name by Strings Magazine as “One of the top 10 reasons to study music in Los Angeles” and by Jazz violinist and Downbeat poll winner Christian Howes as “a model for all string teachers in America.” In addition to String Project Los Angeles, Jacob has also conducted residencies and master classes across the United States at UCLA, Cal Arts, the Berklee School of Music, Oklahoma State University, Georgia State University, the University of Southern California, Ithaca College and the American String Teachers Association’s national conference to name a few and is founder and Artistic Director of the Annual Los Angeles Creative String Festival. Jacob has also served on the summer faculty of numerous festivals including the New Directions In Cello Festival and Christian Howes’ Creative Strings Workshop with whom he co-authored an article in the July 2012 issue of The Strad advising string teachers on how to approach improvisation.

In 2013, Jacob launched The Improvisor’s Guide to the Cello…the first ever comprehensive video learning series designed to address the unique challenges classically trained cellists face when approaching creative string playing. In August 2015, Jacob introduced The Improvisor’s Guide to the Cello Academy: the first ever online interactive online community for creative cellists.

Jacob is a Steinberger and Danish Professional Audio artist, a Yamaha Clinician, and performs on his five string Steinberger Electric Cello as well as several 4- and 5-string acoustic cellos.   In August 2015, Szekely released the which represents a new online global resource for amplified string players featuring tutorials, tabletop reviews and the first ever comprehensive sound library of every pickup on the market for violin, viola, and cello.

Jacqueline Tabor

Genre: Jazz

Jacqueline Tabor is an award winning vocalist who lives and performs in the Pacific Northwest. This sultry alto has a voice that contains style, passion and sophistication. Expressive in her approach to a Jazz standard, she creates a memorable moment and lures you in wanting more.

A native of Bellevue, Washington, she was instructed by Jack Halm at Sammamish High School; A great jazz professor in the Bellevue School District and Seattle Pacific University. After graduation she studied Music and History at Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where she developed a deep understanding of the blues and the origins of jazz music.

Jacques Willis Trio

Genre: Jazz

Drummer, Keyboardist and vibraphonist Jacques Willis is an award winning Rock, jazz and fusion artist from Anchorage, Alaska currently making his home in Seattle Washington. He has been described as “exciting, endlessly creative, and looking like a Muppet when he plays” by Earshot Jazz, Keyboard Magazine, and The Stranger respectively.

Jacques Willis’s music has been featured on Jazziz, Keyboard Magazine, Earshot Jazz, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, The Stranger, and The News Tribune.  Willis’s music is currently on regular rotation at radio stations KPLU and KEXP. Willis tours regularly and has performed in numerous festivals including Bumbershoot, the Earshot Jazz Festival, Taichung Jazz Festival, The Watershed festival and the Wayward Music Festival.

JD Souther w/ Lizzie Webber


  1. Saturday, July 21 8:00 PM (17+)
  2. Sunday, July 22 7:00 PM (17+)

Jeff "Drummerboy" Hayes

Genre: Blues , Rock , Roots Rock

Playing traditional blues - like Texas, Chicago, New Orleans, Delta, jump - DRUMMERBOY is a revolution in roots music like no other.

Known by his peers as one of the best blues brothers on the circuit, Jeff Hayes has been banging his drums on a dozen recordings with five different bands that included top talent from Washington, Oregon, Mississippi, Colorado and the U.K. You can find him lending his beat, plus songwriting & lead vocal credits on many pressings over the years.

Playing live is where Jeff is home and he has graced the stages of the major festivals in the Pacific NW and several national festivals including the San Felipe Blues Festival in San Felipe Mexico, King Biscuit Blues Festival in Helena, AK and the Waterfront Blues Festival in Portland, OR. He has played along side such greats such as the late Pinetop Perkins, Michael Burke, Bob Margolin, Mookie Brill, Peter Damann, Eden Brent, John-Alex Mason, Robbie Jordan and Eric “Two Scoops” Moore.

Joan Osborne Sings the Songs of Bob Dylan


  1. Sunday, February 17 7:30 PM (17+)
  2. Monday, February 18 7:30 PM (17+)
  3. Monday, February 18 7:30 PM (17+)

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