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Frank Kohl Trio

Genre: Guitarist , Jazz

  1. Tuesday, May 29 5:00 PM (21+)
  2. Tuesday, June 26 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

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

Freudian Slurp

Genre: Funk , Fusion , Rock

  1. Friday, June 01 8:30 PM (21+)

Freudian Slurp just released their second album in early spring of 2017. The clarinet and saxophone driven compositions inspire images of characters and landscapes, with cinematic build ups that are evocative of car chases and fight scenes.


The album features a cast of Seattle locals, and Californian transplants. The Hughes Brothers, (pioneers with the Mo’Jam Monday house band: Dylan Hughes, electric bass and Ian Hughes, electric guitar) grew up in Seattle, and met their drummer, Kyle Kirkpatrick, in a jazz combo at Shoreline College. They have played with him in various groups for almost a decade.  Saxophone and clarinetist David Dolengewicz, and keyboardist, Travis Fisher, both hail from Southern California and have come to Seattle for the music.  David studied Jazz Arranging at the prestigious North Texas University before moving to Seattle and meeting Ian Hughes through local jam sessions. Travis moved with his band “Cosmopolites” to seek a larger musical market.

“Suave, melodious jazz funk that should appeal to fans of Chick Corea, Grant Green, Donald Byrd, and Ben Sidran.” -Dave Segal with “The Stranger”


“The musicianship and interplay of Freudian Slurp are impeccably tight, as are the arrangements and compositions the band comes through with, but they aren’t so complex and challenging that you can’t just sit back in your chair and bob your head along to their songs” – Northwest Music Scene


(Get it?) shows a new direction for the band from it’s predecessor Edible Complex. After some lineup changes, and years of playing shows and festivals around the Northwest, the group’s sound has battle-hardened. The groove is tighter, the sounds are fuller. Slurp has both embraced a fully instrumental sound, and unleashed their early Grunge influences to create something much less restrained.

Gary Hoey

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  1. Sunday, July 29 7:30 PM (17+)


GoGo Penguin

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  1. Wednesday, June 20 7:30 PM (17+)


Griffin House

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  1. Thursday, May 10 7:30 PM (17+)


Gypsy Soul

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  1. Saturday, August 11 8:00 PM (17+)


Hal Ketchum w/ Clarence Bucaro

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  1. Sunday, May 27 7:30 PM (17+)


Happy Hour: Fields

Genre: Folk , Indie , Rock

  1. Thursday, April 26 5:00 PM (21+)

Musical and life partners, Tekla Waterfield and Jeff Fielder fuse Tekla's songwriting with Jeff's multiple instrumentation, production and arrangement ideas to form a duo under the moniker, "Fields".  Expect playful, authentic, harmonic, stirring performances with nods to folk, rock, indie and soul influences including the Velvet Underground, Jim James, The Cowboy Junkies, Bill Withers and more.

Happy Hour: Fields

Genre: Folk , Indie , Rock

  1. Thursday, May 24 5:00 PM (21+)

Musical and life partners, Tekla Waterfield and Jeff Fielder fuse Tekla's songwriting with Jeff's multiple instrumentation, production and arrangement ideas to form a duo under the moniker, "Fields".  Expect playful, authentic, harmonic, stirring performances with nods to folk, rock, indie and soul influences including the Velvet Underground, Jim James, The Cowboy Junkies, Bill Withers and more.

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