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Thursday August 21
BCAdam Kessler w/ Phil Sparks, 9
BDAnnie Eastwood, Larry Hill, Tom Brighton with guitarist Bill Chism, 5:30
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXJazz Camp Students, 7, 8:30
C*The Kareem Kandi Band, Hotel Murano (1320 Broadway, Tacoma), 8:30
CEBabma Brazil w/ Dinho Costas, 9:30
JAJane Monheit , 7:30
PDBric-A-Brac, 8
RROrca/JAMS Summer Jazz combo, 6:30
TDJunk Parlor, 9
TUFred Hoadley"s Sonando, 8
TUChris McCathry/Michael Mago Collective, 7:00
VISteel Pedal Paul, 9

Friday August 22
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXChris McCarthy Quartet, 7, 8:30
C*Maya Illusion (University of Washington, Kane Hall #130), 7:30
C*Providence Mount St. Vincent concert: 85th Street Big Band (4831 35th Ave SW), 5:30
DUJeff Ferguson's Triangular Jazztet, 7:30
EBAlex Dugdale And Fade, 9
JAJane Monheit , 7:30, 9:30
LALatona happy hour w/ Phil Sparks, 5
RRCorreo Aereo Trio with Evan Flory Barnes/ The Teaching, 8
SFJohn Sanders & Sue Nixon, 9
SGQuiet Fire, 8
TUDave Peck Trio, 7:30
VIThe New Triumph, 9
VIDanny Quintero, 7

22 Providence Mount St. Vincent patio jazz
The Providence Mount St. Vincent Foundation presents the 85th Street Big Band, featuring swing favorites from the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, including classic songs by Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman and Nat King Cole. The concert, 5:30pm, on the Providence Mount St. Vincent patio, invites concert-goers to bring a blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy food, free popcorn and snow cones, and beer and wine, available for purchase. Face painting for the kids. West Seattle's Providence Mount St. Vincent is a resident-directed, assisted living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation care facility with more than 400 residents. The event is free, at Providence Mount St. Vincent, 4831 35th Ave SW.

22 Maya Illusion
Maya Illusion composed and led by world renowned Violin Maestro Ganesh Rajagopalan promises to bring together elements of Indian Classical Music and American Jazz. The Maestro's compositions would be brought to life along with Cuban American drummer Mc Arthur Fellow Dafnis Prieto and Egyptian born Jazz musician and pianist Osam Ezzeldin and Indian Percussionist Ghatam S V Ramani. Dr. Jayanthi Raman, a Bharatnatyam dancer and choreographer will be performing for one of the compositions by the Maestro. The concert is on Friday, August 22nd at 7:30 PM at the University of Washington, Kane Hall #130. Tickets are priced at $20, $30 and $50 and discounts are available at the website. The concert is a fundraiser organized by Association for India's Development (AID). All proceeds from the concert will go towards sustainable development projects in India. For more information, please visit: http://dhwani.aidseattle.org

Saturday August 23
AVLos Buhos w/ Laura Oviedo, Marc Smason, Bruce Barnard, 1
BXJames Caddell Quartet, 7, 8:30
C*The Kareem Kandi Band, B Sharp Coffee House (706 Opera Alley, Tacoma), 8:30
EBM.A.R.C., 9
EBHans York, 7
JAJane Monheit , 7:30, 9:30
NCEllis Brothers, 8:30
SFAlex Guilbert Duo, 9
SGHopscotch, 8
SGHopscotch, 8
SYVictor Janusz, 10am
TUDave Peck Trio, 7:30
VICasey MacGill Trio, 9:30
VIJerry Zimmerman, 6

Sunday August 24
BBOpen Jazz Jam with Kenny Mandell & Friends, 2
BXDanny Kolke Trio, 6
BXDanny Kolke Trio, 6, 7:30
C*Steve Griggs Ensemble: Cup of Joe Brazil (Queen Anne Library, 400 W Garfield St), 2
C*King Dre Quartet, Marc Smason and guests (The Garden House, 2336 15th S)), 5
C*The Kareem Kandi Band, The Cliff House (6300 Marine View Dr, Tacoma), 6:30
C*Thelxie Eaves Band (Thurston's Bistro, 6421 Latona Ave NE), 6
CRRacer Sessions: Barra Brown, 8
DTDarrell’s Tavern session, 8
JAJane Monheit , 7:30
PMPaul Richardson, 6
SFJazz Brunch, featuring Alex Guilbert Duo, 11am
SFAnn Reynolds and Leah Pogwizd, 6:30
SYVictor Janusz, 10am
TDThe Brian Nova Big Band, 9
TUEasy Street Band, 4
TUJim Cutler Jazz Orchestra, 7:30
VIRon Weinstein Trio, 9:30
VIRuby Bishop, 6

Monday August 25
NONew Orleans Quintet, 6:30
PMPaul Richardson, 6
RRThe Gus Carns Quintet, 8
TUEastside Modern Jazz Orchestra, 7:30

Tuesday August 26
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
JAHalie Loren, 7:30
NOLegacy Quartet w/ Clarence Acox, 8
OWJam w/ Eric Verlinde, 10
SBMcTuff, 11
TUThe Little Big Band, 7:30
TUD'vonne Lewis, Kareem Kandi, Delvon Lamarr, 7:30

Wednesday August 27
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXFuture Jazzheads, 5, 7
EBVocal Jam, 9
EBVocal Showcase, 7
JAHalie Loren, 7:30
PDCasey MacGill, 8
SGJay Thomas & the Cantaloupes jam, 7:30
TDVelocity, 8:30
TUCarolyn Graye & Friends, 7:30
TUThe Carolyn Graye Quartet Featuring Kareem Kandi, 7:30
VIThe Wally Shoup Quartet, 9

Thursday August 28
BCAdam Kessler w/ Phil Sparks, 9
BDAnnie Eastwood, Larry Hill, Tom Brighton with guitarist Bill Chism, 5:30
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXHB Radke Duo, 7, 8:30
C*The Kareem Kandi Band, Hotel Murano (1320 Broadway, Tacoma), 8:30
CEBabma Brazil w/ Dinho Costas, 9:30
DTSuffering F#ckheads, 9:30
JAKeiko Matsui, 7:30
LJIan Hughes Trio, 8
PDBric-A-Brac, 8
TUAxiom Quartet, 7:30
VIJulie Cascioppo, 9

Friday August 29
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXAlexey, Gallio, Parker, Williamson Jazz Machine, 7, 8:30
C*Dina Blade (Juanita Beach Farmer's Market, Kirkland), 3
DUJeff Ferguson's Triangular Jazztet, 7:30
EBCarrie Wicks, Aria Prame and Nick Allison, 7
JAKeiko Matsui, 7:30, 9:30
LALatona happy hour w/ Phil Sparks, 5
NCGeorge Bullock Trio w/ Philip Lomax, 8:30
PLPenelope Donado W/ Bill Anschell & Chuck Kistler, 7
RRRanger and The "Re-Arrangers", 8:30
SFShawn Mickelson Trio, 9
SGAlma Villegas, 8
TDDaniel Rapport Trio, 9
TUGail Pettis Quintet, 7:30
VIMiss Rose and her Rhythm Percolators, 9

Saturday August 30
AVLos Buhos w/ Laura Oviedo, Marc Smason, Bruce Barnard, 1
BXTracy Knoop Quartet, 7, 8:30
EBDavid Arteaga, 9
JAKeiko Matsui, 7:30, 9:30
NCPaul Anastasio & Fire Of Tierra Caliente, 8:30
SFAlex Guilbert Duo, 9
SGJennifer Kienzle, 8
SYVictor Janusz, 10am
TUJosephine Howell Quartet, 7:30
VIThe Subpoenaed Lemur Vocoder Orchestra, midnight
VIThe Sweet Spot Trio, 9:30
VIJerry Zimmerman, 6

Sunday August 31
BXDanny Kolke Trio, 6, 7:30
BXDanny Kolke Trio, 6
C*Thelxie Eaves Band (Thurston's Bistro, 6421 Latona Ave NE), 6
CRRacer Sessions: Bill Kautz, 8
DTDarrell’s Tavern session, 8
JAKeiko Matsui, 7:30
PMPaul Richardson, 6
SFShawn Mickelson Trio, 6:30
SFJazz Brunch, featuring Pasquale Santos, 11am
SYVictor Janusz, 10am
TUJim Cutler Jazz Orchestra, 7:30
VIRon Weinstein Trio, 9:30
VIRuby Bishop, 6

Monday September 1
C*EntreMundos jam (Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St), 9:30
MTTriangle Pub jam, 8:30
PMPaul Richardson, 6

Tuesday September 2
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
OWOwl jam w/ Eric Verlinde, 10
SBMcTuff Trio, 11
SBMcTuff Trio, 11
SBAndrew Endres Collective, 9
TUJay Thomas Usual Suspects Big Band, 8

Wednesday September 3
BXFuture Jazz Heads, 5, 7
PDCasey MacGill & Friends, 8
SFShawn Mickelson Trio, 8
SGJay Thomas & the Cantaloupes jam, 8
TAMax Hatt / Edda Glass, 7
TUSmith/Staelens Big Band, 7:30
VIJerry Zimmerman, 8

Thursday September 4
BCAdam Kessler w/ Phil Sparks, 9
BNBlue Moon session w/ Dave Abramson, 4
C*Jewish Women of Tin Pan Alley w/ Pamela Rose (Stroum Jewish CC, 3801 East Mercer Way, Mercer Island), 7:30
C*Eric Fridrich (Thurston's Bistro, 6421 Latona Ave NE), 7
EBJacob Zimmerman Quintet, 7
JARachelle Ferrell, 7:30, 9:30
PDGreg Ruby & Maggie Kim, 8
SBSteve O'Brien Trio, 7
TDThe Duhks, Fernando Varela, Kneebody, 7:30
TDThe Hot McGandhis (Musicquarium), 9
TUMax Hatt/Edda Glass Quartet w/ Clipper Anderson & Brad Boal, 7:30
TUMax Hatt / Edda Glass W/ Clipper Anderson & Brad Boal, 7:30
VIRik Wright, 9

4 Jewish Women of Tin Pan Alley
Jazz and blues singer and storyteller Pamela Rose delivers a live theatrical concert celebrating Jewish women songwriters from the earliest days of jazz and blues. This journey through the American songbook, including Tin Pan Alley, Broadway musicals, bebop, and Hollywood, was featured twice at the Monterey Jazz Festival. Rose performs the program Thursday, September 4, 7:30pm, at the Stroum Jewish Community Center. Tickets are $8 for SJCC members/students/youths/seniors and $12 for guests.

Friday September 5
BBJazz First Fridays Jump Ensemble, 8
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXVern Sielert Dektet, 7, 9
C*Los Buhos w/ Marc Smason (El Quetzal, 3209 Beacon Ave S), 7
CHSeattle Composers' Salon w/ Paul Gillespie, Jessika Kenney, Jim Knapp, Angelique Poteat, 8
CMCorreo Aereo, 7
DUJeff Ferguson's Triangular Jazztet, 7:30
JARachelle Ferrell, 7:30, 9:30
LALatona happy hour w/ Phil Sparks, 5
RREugenie Jones & D'Vonne Lewis, 8:30
SFSue Nixon Quartet, 9
TDMark Sexton Band (Musicquarium), 9
TDThe Djangomatics (Musicquarium), 5
TUStephanie Porter Quartet, 7:30
VIThe New Triumph, 9

Saturday September 6
C*Bellwether on the Bay (16 Bellwether Way, Squalicum Harbor, Bellingham, WA), 1
C* Leif Totusek (Thurston's Bistro, 6421 Latona Ave NE), 7
CMJet City Jazz Band, 7
JARachelle Ferrell, 7:30, 9:30
NCEugenie Jones, 8
RREn Canto, 9
SBEric Hullander Band, 7
SBEric hullander Band, 7
SFAlex Guilbert Duo, 9
SYVictor Janusz, 10am
TUGreta Matassa Quartet, 7:30

6 Trumpeter Rhys Tivey
NYC-based trumpeter, vocalist, and composer Rhys Tivey marked a bold debut with the release of progressive jazz album No Voice No More. The album exposes his quartet's firm roots in jazz and blues improvisation while blending dynamic overtones of memorable melody and cinematic composition. New material incorporates indie-influenced lyrics and vocals. This performance will feature Seattle musicians Gregg Belisle-Chi (guitar), Chris Icasiano (drums), and Tim Carey (bass). Openers The Sky Is a Suitcase plays original free-form compositions and improvisations, with Michael Gebhart (drums), Carmen Rothwell (bass), Levi Gillis (tenor sax), and Ray Larsen, (trumpet). The exciting double bill is September 6, 7:30pm, Chapel Performance Space. Admission is by $15 suggested donation at the door.

Sunday September 7
BBCouthtet Little Big Band Public Rehearsal, 7
BXDanny Kolke Trio, 6, 8
C*Steve Griggs Ensemble: Cup of Joe Brazil (University Library, 5009 Roosevelt Way NE), 2
C*Aline Vida And Band, Everett Public Library Auditorium (2702 Hoyt Ave, Everett), 2
CRRacer Sessions: Bryan Smith, 8
DTDarrell's Tavern session, 8
JARachelle Ferrell, 7:30, 9:30
PMPaul Richardson w/ Josephine Howell, 6
SFShawn Mickelson Duo, 6:30
SFPasquale Santos brunch, 11am
SYVictor Janusz, 10am
TUJim Cutler Jazz Orchestra, 7:30
VIRon Weinstein Trio, 9:30
VIRuby Bishop, 6

Monday September 8
C*EntreMundos jam (Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St), 9:30
MTTriangle Pub jam, 8:30
PMPaul Richardson, 6
RRKoto Jazz/ Ron Weinstein Trio, 8
TUDavid Marriott Big Band, 7:30

Tuesday September 9
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
C*Eugenie Jones, Tesla Love Party (Tesla Motors, 435 Westlake Ave N), 7
OWOwl jam w/ Eric Verlinde, 10
SBMcTuff Trio, 11
SBMcTuff Trio, 11
TUEmerald City Jazz Orchestra, 8

Wednesday September 10
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXFuture Jazz Heads, 5, 7
C*Stranger Genius Awards showcase: Erik Blood, Industrial Revelation, Amber Kai Morgan & Garrett Kelly, 5:30
C*Table & Chairs: Ivan Arteaga (Vermillion, 1508 11th Ave), 8
PDCasey MacGill & Friends, 8
SBEric Hullander Gang, 10
SBBasement Baby, 7
SGJay Thomas & the Cantaloupes jam, 8
TUJim Cutler Quartet, 7:30
VIBrad Gibson Quartet, 9

Thursday September 11
BCAdam Kessler w/ Phil Sparks, 9
BDAnnie Eastwood, Larry Hill, Tom Brighton w/ Bill Chism, 6
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
C*Eric Fridrich (Thurston's Bistro, 6421 Latona Ave NE), 7
CMDina Blade & Hans Bremmer, 6:30
JADiane Schuur Allstar Band, 7:30, 9:30
PDGreg Ruby & Maggie Kim, 8
SEArt of Jazz: Janis Mann, 5:30
TUMordy Ferber Trio w/ Chuck Kistler, Greg Williamson, 7:30
VIBrazil Novo, 9

Friday September 12
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXMordy Ferber Trio, 7, 9
C*Greg Ruby's Rhythm Runners at the Seattle Lindy Exchange (Washington Hall, 153 14th Ave), 1am
C*Solomon Douglas at the Seattle Lindy Exchange (Washington Hall, 153 14th Ave), 8:30
CHNeil Welch + John Teske Duo, 8
CHNeil Welch Album Release, 7:30
DUJeff Ferguson's Triangular Jazztet, 7:30
JADiane Schuur Allstar Band, 7:30, 9:30
LALatona happy hour w/ Phil Sparks, 5
SFAlex Guilbert Duo, 9
TURob Scheps Quartet w/ John Hansen, Jeff Johnson, Reade Whitwell, 7:30
VICasey MacGill, 8

Saturday September 13
AVLos Buhos w/ Laura Oviedo, Marc Smason, Bruce Barnard, Alex Conga, 1
BXNorth Bend Jazz Walk, 6
C*Jazz Night School: Anton Schwartz clinic (3916 S Morgan St), 10:30am
C*Greg Ruby's Rhythm Runners at the Seattle Lindy Exchange (Washington Hall, 153 14th Ave), 9:30
C*Leif Totusek (Thurston's Bistro, 6421 Latona Ave NE), 7
C*North Bend Jazz Walk, Various Venues, North Bend, WA, 6
CHPaul Hoskin solo, 8
JADiane Schuur Allstar Band, 7:30, 9:30
SBJacques Willlis, 7
SFShawn Mickelson Trio, 9
SGJeanie Mishler & Hopscotch, 8
SYVictor Janusz, 10am
TDBilly Brandt (Musicquarium), 9
TUTom Collier Quartet w/ Marc Seales, Carmen Rothwell, Steve Korn, 7:30

Sunday September 14
BBFree Improv w/ Kenny Mandell, 7
BXDanny Kolke Trio, 6, 8
C*Greg Ruby's Rhythm Runners at the Seattle Lindy Exchange (Westlake Park, 401 Pine St), 1
C*Steve Griggs Ensemble: Panama Hotel Jazz (Greenlake Library, 7364 E Greenlake Dr N), 2
CNCasey MacGill's Orchestra at the Seattle Lindy Exchange, 9:30
CRRacer Sessions, 8
DTDarrell's Tavern session, 8
JADiane Schuur Allstar Band, 7:30, 9:30
PMPaul Richardson w/ Josephine Howell, 6
SBTravis Hartnett, 6
SFAlex Guilbert Duo brunch, 11am
SFAnn Reynolds & Leah Pogwizd, 6:30
SYVictor Janusz, 10am
TUJim Cutler Jazz Orchestra, 8:30
TUJazz Police Big Band, 3
TUUW Jazz Band, 7:30
VIRuby Bishop, 6
VIRon Weinstein Trio, 9:30

Monday September 15
C*EntreMundos jam (Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St), 9:30
JA15th Sister City Jazz Day with Rie Takahashi, 7:30, 9:30
MTTriangle Pub jam, 8:30
PMPaul Richardson, 6
TUMachone Jazz Orchestra, 7:30

Tuesday September 16
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
CYEastside Jazz Club, 7:30
JAAmina Figarova, 7:30, 9:30
OWOwl jam w/ Eric Verlinde, 10
RRDaniel Rosenboon Quintet/ netcat, 8
SBMcTuff Trio, 11
SBMcTuff Trio, 11
SBSpontaneous Rex, 8
TURoadside Attraction Big Band, 7:30

16 LA Rosenboom 5 & Netcat
The Daniel Rosenboom Quintet is an electrifying ensemble that brings together some of the Los Angeles creative music scene's most distinctive instrumental voices: Daniel Rosenboom (trumpet, piccolo trumpet, and flugelhorn), Gavin Templeton (saxophones, flute, and bass clarinet), Alexander Noice (electric guitar and FX), Kai Kurosawa (Bear Trax and FX), Dan Schnelle (drums). Seattle trio netcat, with Brandon Lucia (Chango/drums), David Balatero (cello) and Andrew Olmstead (keys) opens the Seattle debut of this critically acclaimed modern jazz-rock outfit, Tuesday, September 16, 8pm. Tickets are $10 advance at strangertickets.com or $12 at the door.

Wednesday September 17
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXFuture Jazz Heads, 5, 7
C*Annie Eastwood w/ Kimball & the Fugitives (Pike Place Bar & Grill, 90 Pike St), 6
C*DjangoFest NW (Whidbey Island Center for the Arts, Langley), 8
JAAmina Figarova, 7:30, 9:30
PDCasey MacGill & Friends, 8
SGJay Thomas & the Cantaloupes jam, 8
TUD'Vonne Lewis and Limited Edition Trio, 7:30

Thursday September 18
BCAdam Kessler w/ Phil Sparks, 9
BNBlue Moon session w/ Dave Abramson, 4
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
C*DjangoFest NW (Whidbey Island Center for the Arts, Langley), 8
C*Eric Fridrich (Thurston's Bistro, 6421 Latona Ave NE), 7
JAEarl Klugh, 7:30, 9:30
PDGreg Ruby & Maggie Kim, 8
SBEvan Flory-Barnes, 10
TUFred Hoadley"s Sonando, 8
VIJason Parker Quartet, 9

Friday September 19
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXGreg Williamson Trio, 7, 9
C*DjangoFest NW (Whidbey Island Center for the Arts, Langley), 3, 8
DUJeff Ferguson's Triangular Jazztet, 7:30
JAEarl Klugh, 7:30, 9:30
LALatona happy hour w/ Phil Sparks, 5
RRWil Blades Trio, 8:30
SFTim Kennedy Trio, 9
TUDan & Tatum Greenblatt Quintet, 7:30

Saturday September 20
BXFive Trumpets & Rhythm, 7, 9
C*DjangoFest NW (Whidbey Island Center for the Arts, Langley), 3, 8
C*Leif Totusek (Thurston's Bistro, 6421 Latona Ave NE), 7
CHSusan Alcorn + Wally Shoup, 8
JAEarl Klugh, 7:30, 9:30
SB6 Demon Bag, 10
SBEric Hullander Band, 7
SFSue Nixon Quartet, 9
SYVictor Janusz, 10am
TUSusan Pascal Quartet w/ Marc Seales, Phil Sparks, D'Vonne Lewis, 7:30
VIRabia Shaheen Qazi, 9:30

20 Century Ballroom Dinner, Jazz, Dance
Jazz vocalist Greta Matassa, and trio, and tap dancer Jovon Miller first came together a few years back to play and dance for a friend in the Bellingham area. Now, they’re bringing the show to the Century Ballroom. “In the Moment”: Jazz Tap and Song plays Saturday, September 20, 7:30pm. Tickets are $55, including dinner and the show, or $20 advance/$25 day-of, for show only. More at centuryballroom.com.

Sunday September 21
BBOpen Jazz Jam w/ Kenny Mandell & Friends, 2
BXDanny Kolke Trio, 6, 8
C*DjangoFest NW (Whidbey Island Center for the Arts, Langley), 3, 7
C*Mezcla: Jazz All-Stars from Cuba (Stroum Jewish CC, 3801 East Mercer Way, Mercer Island), 3
C*Steve Griggs Ensemble: Cup of Joe Brazil (West Seattle Library, 2306 42nd Ave SW), 2
CNCasey MacGill & His Hi 5, 9
CRRacer Sessions: Spontaneous Rex, 8
DTDarrell's Tavern session, 8
JAEarl Klugh, 7:30, 9:30
PMPaul Richardson w/ Josephine Howell, 6
RRZooma Bella, 8
SFPasquale Santos brunch, 11am
SFAlex Guilbert, 6:30
SYVictor Janusz, 10am
TUJim Cutler Jazz Orchestra, 7:30
VIRon Weinstein Trio, 9:30
VIRuby Bishop, 6

21 Afro-Cuban Mezcla
Fusing Afro-Cuban rhythms with jazz, Mezcla’s music is a genuine celebration of the culture and musical roots of Cuba, the Pearl of the Antilles. The sizzling sounds of Mezcla (which means “mixed” in Spanish) have been heard at the Sonoma Jazz Festival and regularly at Yoshi’s in Oakland. Attend this international performance Sunday, September 21, 3pm, at the Stroum Jewish Community Center. Advance tickets are $20 for members/students/youths/seniors and $25 for guests; tickets at the door are $25 for SJCC members/students/youths/seniors and $30 for guests.

Monday September 22
C*EntreMundos jam (Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St), 9:30
MTTriangle Pub jam, 8:30
PMPaul Richardson, 6
RRMack Fisher/ Olli Hirvonen, 8
TDThe Bad Plus, 7
TUAnn Reynolds & Clave Gringa CD Release Party, 7

Tuesday September 23
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
JALisa Fischer, 7:30, 9:30
OWOwl jam w/ Eric Verlinde, 10
SBMcTuff Trio, 11
SBMcTuff Trio, 11
TDThe Bad Plus, 7, 9:30
TUPH Factor Jazz Orchestra, 7:30

Wednesday September 24
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXFuture Jazz Heads, 5, 7
JALisa Fischer, 7:30, 9:30
PDCasey MacGill & Friends, 8
RRPiano Starts Here: Interpretations of Bartok, 8
SGJay Thomas & the Cantaloupes jam, 8
TUGreta Matass Showcase, 7
VILamar Lofton, 9

Thursday September 25
BCAdam Kessler w/ Phil Sparks, 9
BDAnnie Eastwood, Larry Hill, Tom Brighton w/ Bill Chism, 6
BDAnnie Eastwood, Larry Hill, Tom Brighton w/ Bill Chism, 6
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
C*Eric Fridrich (Thurston's Bistro, 6421 Latona Ave NE), 7
CHZero-G Concerts: Tribute to Charlie Haden, 8
JAEliane Elias, 7:30, 9:30
PDGreg Ruby & Maggie Kim, 8
TDA Cedar Suede (Musicquarium), 9
TUThomas Marriott Tribute to Horace Silver w/ Marc Seales, Phil Sparks, Matt Jorgensen, 7:30

Friday September 26
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
CHSteve Peters' birthday, 8
DUJeff Ferguson's Triangular Jazztet, 7:30
JAEliane Elias, 7:30, 9:30
LALatona happy hour w/ Phil Sparks, 5
PLPenelope Donado W/ John Hansen & Jeff Johnson, 7
PLPenelope Donado W/ John Hansen & Jeff Johnson, 7
SFJohn Sanders & Sue Nixon, 9
TDThe Djangomatics (Musicquarium), 5
TUStephanie Porter Quartet, 7:30

Saturday September 27
AVLos Buhos w/ Laura Oviedo, Marc Smason, Bruce Barnard, Alex Conga, 1
BNIndustrial Revelation, 9
BXBernie Jacobs, 7, 9
C*Leif Totusek (Thurston's Bistro, 6421 Latona Ave NE), 7
CHEric Barber, Ammon Swinbank, Mike Gebhart, 8
JAEliane Elias, 7:30, 9:30
NCKaty Bourne Quartet, 8
RRJorge Alabe/ En Canto/ Choroloco, 9
SFShawn Mickelson Trio, 9
SYVictor Janusz, 10am
TUMatt Jorgensen presents a John Coltrane Birthday Celebration, 7:30
VICasey MacGill Trio, 9:30

27 Sudden Valley Jazz, BHam
Pianist and arranger Miles Black has put together a two-part program saluting two of the greatest figures in big band and large ensemble jazz – Count Basie and Duke Ellington. Modeled after the two composers’ octets and use of vocalists, Black’s octet features Black on piano, Clipper Anderson on bass, Julian MacDonough on drums, Mike Allen, alto sax, Jack Stafford, tenor sax, Ray Downey, baritone sax, Jimmy Austin, trombone and Chris Davis on trumpet. The group, like Basie and Ellington, also features fine women singers. In Black’s group: Greta Matassa. The salute plays on Saturday, September 27, 3pm, at the Sudden Valley Dance Barn, 8 Barnview Court, Bellingham, as part of the Sudden Valley Jazz Series. Tickets for the concert are available at www.suddenvalleylibrary.org. For further information, contact K.C. Sulkin at 360­671­1709.

Sunday September 28
BBOpen Jazz Jam w/ Kenny Mandell & Friends, 2
BXDanny Kolke Trio, 6, 8
C*Steve Griggs Ensemble: Panama Hotel Jazz (Columbia City Library, 4721 Rainier Ave S), 2
CRRacer Sessions: Christian Pincock, 8
DTDarrell's Tavern session, 8
JAEliane Elias, 7:30, 9:30
PMPaul Richardson w/ Josephine Howell, 6
RRGarfield Jazz Jam, 6
RRNelda Swiggett Stringtet - CD Release Party, 7:30
SBTim Kennedy, 9
SFAnn Reynolds & Leah Pogwizd, 6:30
SFAlex Guilbert Duo brunch, 11am
SYVictor Janusz, 10am
TUJim Cutler Jazz Orchestra, 7:30
VIRon Weinstein Trio, 9:30
VIRuby Bishop, 6

Monday September 29
C*EntreMundos jam (Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St), 9:30
MTTriangle Pub jam, 8:30
PMPaul Richardson, 6
SBTim Kennedy, 10
TUJames Knapp Orchestra, 7:30

Tuesday September 30
SBMcTuff Trio, 11
SBMcTuff Trio, 11
SBNatural Selection, 8
TUCritical Mass Big Band, 7:30

Earshot Jazz is a Seattle based nonprofit music, arts and service organization formed in 1984 to support jazz and increase awareness in the community.  Earshot Jazz publishes a monthly newsletter, presents creative music and educational programs, assists jazz artists, increases listenership, complements existing services and programs, and networks with the national and international jazz community.

 
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