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Wednesday October 22
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXFuture Jazz Heads, 5, 7
JATom Wopat, 7:30
PDCasey MacGill, 8
POEarshot Jazz Festival: Jacky Terrasson Trio, 8
TUCarolyn Graye Group w/ Dave Peterson, Matt Jorgensen, Nate Parker, 7:30
VIEli Meisner Trio, 9

Thursday October 23
BCAdam Kessler w/ Phil Sparks, 9
BDAnnie Eastwood, Larry Hill, Tom Brighton w/ Bill Chism, 6
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXEric Alexander / David Hazeltine Quartet, 6
C*David Summers (Robert Ramsay Winery, 1629 Queen Anne Ave N), 5:30
JAGerald Albright, 7:30
NCEli Meisner Trio, 7
NCEli Meisner Trio, 7
PDGreg Ruby & Maggie Kim, 8
POEarshot Jazz Festival: Greg Osby Quartet, 8
RRDavid Vest, 6:30
TDBakelite 78 (Musicquarium), 9
TUJosephine Howell Group, 7:30

Friday October 24
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXFrank Clayton Trio, 6
DUJeff Ferguson's Triangular Jazztet, 7:30
JAGerald Albright, 7:30, 9:30
LALatona happy hour w/ Phil Sparks, 5
NCKate Westin w/ Hans Brehmer Trio, 8
NCKate Westin w/ Hans Brehmer Trio, 8
RREarshot Jazz Festival: Jessica Lurie/Living Daylights Reunion | Syrinx Effect, 8
TDRanger & the Re-Arrangers (Musicquarium), 5
TUEarshot Jazz Festival: Kareem Kandi Organ Trio, 7:30
VILushy, 9

Saturday October 25
C*Annie Eastwood w/ Kimball Conant (The Cask, 2350 California Ave SW), 9
CHPaul Kikuchi, 8
EBEugenie Jones, 7
JAGerald Albright, 7:30, 9:30
NCSomewhere In Between, 8
POEarshot Jazz Festival: Barry Altschul 3dom Factor, 8
RRHouse of Thee UnHoly Band , 7:30, 9:30
SYVictor Janusz, 10am
TUStephanie Porter Quartet, 7:30
VIJerry Zimmerman/ Casey MacGill, 9

Sunday October 26
BBJazz Jam with Kenny Mandell, 2
BXDanny Kolke Trio, 6
C*Beaver Sessions (Angry Beaver, 8412 Greenwood Ave N), 8:30
CRRacer Sessions, 8
DTDarrell's Tavern session, 8
JAGerald Albright, 7:30
PMPaul Richardson w/ Josephine Howell, 6
SEEarshot Jazz Festival: Daniel Barry’s Celestial Rhythm Orchestra, 8
SYVictor Janusz, 10am
TULonnie Mardis & Seattle Central College Jazz Orch., 7:30
VIRon Weinstein Trio, 9:30
VIRuby Bishop, 6

Monday October 27
C*Mo Jam Mondays (Nectar Lounge, 412 N 36th St), 9
C*EntreMundos jam (Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St), 9
MTTriangle Pub jam, 8:30
PMPaul Richardson, 6
TDCrossrhythm Sessions (Musicquarium), 9
TUJames Knapp Orchestra, 7:30

Tuesday October 28
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
JABossacucanova, 7:30
OWJam w/ Eric Verlinde, 10
SBMcTuff Trio, 11
TUSteve Messick's Endemic Ensemble, 7:30

Wednesday October 29
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXFuture Jazz Heads, 5, 7
C*Earshot Jazz Festival: Eric Revis Quartet | Kate Olson Sextet (EMP Level 3, 325 5th Ave N), 7:30
JABossacucanova, 7:30
PDCasey MacGill, 8
TUGreta Matassa, 7
VIWally Shoup Quartet, 9

Thursday October 30
BBKenny Mandell Project, 7:30
BCAdam Kessler w/ Phil Sparks, 9
BDAnnie Eastwood, Larry Hill, Tom Brighton w/ Bill Chism, 6
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXKaty Bourne Duo, 6
C*David Summers (Robert Ramsay Winery, 1629 Queen Anne Ave N), 5:30
JAKarrin Allyson, 7:30
PDGreg Ruby & Maggie Kim, 8
POEarshot Jazz Festival: Dave Liebman New Quintet, 8
RRSouthside Swing with DJ Sean Donovan , 7:30
TUVocal jazz w/ Jennifer Kienzle, DAvid Arteaga, Hans Brehmer, Jeff Johnson, Brad Boal, 7:30

Friday October 31
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXTony Foster Trio (w/Jon Hamar and Joe Poole), 6
DUJeff Ferguson's Triangular Jazztet, 7:30
JAKarrin Allyson, 7:30
LALatona happy hour w/ Phil Sparks, 5
NCLittle Bill Trio, 8:30
RREarshot Jazz Festival: Electric Circus, 10
RREarshot Jazz Festival: Royal Room Collective Music Ensemble, 8
RREarshot Jazz Festival: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari with live incidental music, 6
TDRanger & the Re-Arrangers (Musicquarium), 5
TOEarshot Jazz Festival: Chad McCullough: Spin Quartet, 8
TUEarshot Jazz Festival: Frank Catalano Quartet, 7:30

Saturday November 1
BHEarshot Jazz Festival: Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, 7:30
BXKelley Johnson Quartet, 7
C*Marc Smason CD release w/ Craig Hoyer, Michael Barnett, Laura Oviedo, Jeremy Shaskus, Nate Breedlove, 8
C*Annie Eastwood w/ Kimball & the Fugitives (World of Beer, 822 N 10th Pl, Renton), 9
C*NW Dance Network: Dina Blade (Swedish Club, 1920 Dexter Ave N), 8:30
CHEarshot Jazz Festival: Battle Trance, 8
GZQuiet Fire, 7
LJJesse James and the MOB, 9:30
RREarshot Jazz Festival: Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey & McTuff, 8
SBSound Dialog, 10
SBEric Hullander Jazz Band, 8
SFSue Nixon Quartet, 9
TUEarshot Jazz Festival: Frank Catalano Quartet, 7:30
VIThe Pornadoes, 9:30
VIThe Tarantellas, 6

Sunday November 2
BXDanny Kolke Trio, 6
C*Earshot Jazz Festival: Industrial Revelation | Cuong Vu & Ted Poor (EMP, 325 5th Ave N), 7:30
C*Jim Sisko w/ Jeff Hay, Alexey Nikolaev, John Hansen, Chuck Kistler, Adam Kessler (Waterfront Park CC, 4
CRRacer Sessions, 8
DTDarrell's Tavern session, 8
FBA Family Night, w/ The Wulff Family, Marlee Walker, Mercedes Nicole, Nelda & Clifton Swiggett, and o, 6
KCEarshot Jazz Festival: Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, 2
PMPaul Richardson & Josephine Howell, 6
RRKathy Moore & The Kicks, 6
SBTriangular Jazztet, 8
SBJeff Ferguson's Triangular Jazztet, 8
SFPasquale Santos brunch, 11am
SFLennon Aldort, 6:30
SYVictor Janusz, 10:30
TDRobin Moxey (Musicquarium), 8
TDEarshot Jazz Festival: True Blues: Corey Harris & Alvin Youngblood Hart, 7, 9:30
TUJim Cutler Jazz Orchestra, 7:30
VIRuby Bishop, 6
VIRon Weinstein Trio, 9:30

Monday November 3
C*Earshot Jazz Festival: Crystal Beth & the Boom Boom Band (Barboza, 925 E Pike St), 8
C*Mo Jam Mondays (Nectar Lounge, 412 N 36th St), 9
C*EntreMundos jam (Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St), 9
MTTriangle Pub Jam, 8:30
PMPaul Richardson, 6
TDCrossrhythm Sessions (Musicquarium), 9
TUJazz Underground, 7:30

Tuesday November 4
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
JAJason Marsalis Vibes Quartet, 7:30
OWJam w/ Eric Verlinde, 10
POEarshot Jazz Festival: Hal Galper Trio w/ Jeff Johnson & John Bishop, 8
SBMcTuff Trio, 11
TDEarshot Jazz Festival: Seattle Women’s Jazz Orchestra featuring Grace Kelly, 7:30
TUJay Thomas & Usual Suspects, 7:30

Wednesday November 5
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXFuture Jazz Heads, 5, 7
EBA Tribute to the Artistry of Tony Bennett and Bill Evans featuring Ron Stilwell and John Hansen, 9
EBElizabeth Perrera, Geoff Harper, Ryan Burns, and Reade Whitwell, 7
JAJason Marsalis Vibes Quartet, 7:30
NCJazz Jam w/ Darin Clendenin Trio, 7:30
NOThe Legacy Quartet with Clarence Acox, 8
PDCasey MacGill & Friends, 8
SFShawn Mikelson Trio, 8
TDThe Chaz Lipp Group (Musicquarium), 8:30
TDEmily Asher's Garden Party, 7:30
TUSMITH/ STAELENS Big Band, 7:30
VISynthesis, 9

Thursday November 6
BDAnnie Eastwood, Larry Hill, Tom Brighton w/ Bill Chism, 5:30
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXPearl Django "Birthday Bash", 7
C*David Summers (Robert Ramsay Winery, 1629 Queen Anne Ave N), 5:30
C*Earshot Jazz Festival: Sax and the City (Various artists, times, and locations), Various
CHNate Wooley & Carol Robinson, 8
CRLos Buhos w/ Laura Oviedo, Marc Smason, Bruce Barnard, Alex Conga, 9
JAEuge Groove, 7:30, 9:30
PDGreg Ruby & Maggie Kim, 8
RRAcoustic Fantasy/ Arabona /Danny Godinez, 5
TDSmoke and Honey (Musicquarium), 9
TDBill Carter w/ Baby Gramps, 7:30
TUJosephine Howell Quartet, 7:30
VIRik Wright, 9

Friday November 7
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXHam Carson Quartet, 7
C*Annie Eastwood w/ Kimball Conant (Elliot Bay Pizza, 800 164th St SE, Mill Creek), 7
CH Seattle Composers' Salon, 8
DUJeff Ferguson's Triangular Jazztet, 7:30
GZEdward Paul Trio, 7
JAEuge Groove, 7:30, 9:30
LALatona happy hour w/ Phil Sparks, 5
NCJazz Pearls, 8
NCJazz Pearls w/ Ashley Webster, Louise Uriu, Davy Nefos, Eric Jellison, 8
RRClub Shostakovich Special 50th Anniversary Edition, 8
SAMarc Smason & the Chicago 7, 8
SFAlex Guilbert Duo, 9
TDJelly Rollers (Musicquarium), 9
TDSuperSones (Musicquarium), 5
TOEarshot Jazz Festival: Pharoah Sanders Quartet, 8
TUEarshot Jazz Festival: Anton Schwartz Quintet, 7:30

Saturday November 8
AVMarc Smason Trio w/ Craig Hoyer & Lamar Lofton, 1
BXGreg Williamson Quartet w/ Bernie Jacobs, 7
C*Earshot Jazz Festival: Bad Luck | Scott Cutshall / John Gross Duo (Vermillion Art Gallery & Bar, 150, 8
C*Stickshift Annie w/ Kimball & the Fugitives (Left Foot Boogie Dance, Sons of Norway, 23905 Bothell-E, 8:30
C*Songs & Stories of WWII w/ Dina Blade (Bellevue Library, 1111 110th Ave NE, Bellevue), 1
C*Earshot Jazz Festival: Roosevelt High School Jazz Band (Roosevelt High School Auditorium, 1410 NE 66, 7:30
C*Christopher Boscole (Brechemin Auditorium, UW School of Music), 7:30
C*Darren Motamedy and Josephine Howell (Shuga Jazz Bistro, 317 Main Avenue South, Renton, WA) , 8:30
CHKim Myhr + Guest, 8
GZEdward Paul Trio, 7
JAEuge Groove, 7:30, 9:30
RREn Canto , 9
SBJacques Willis, 7
SFShawn Mikelson Trio, 9
TDThe Hot McGandhis (Musicquarium), 9
TUEarshot Jazz Festival: Anton Schwartz Quintet, 7:30
VIKareem Kandi, 9:30
VISudden Valley Jazz: Josephine Howell w/ Paul Richardson Trio & Kareem Kandi (Dance Barn, Gate 2, Sud, 9:30
VIJerry Zimmerman, 6

8 Christopher Boscole
UW School of Music welcomes music alumni, pianist and composer Christopher Boscole. Boscole performs inspiring, reflective, and meditative original compositions in the impressionist style for solo piano.

Sunday November 9
BXDanny Kolke Trio, 6
C*Steve Jones Trio (Village Wines, 14450 Woodinville-Redmond Rd, Woodinville), 5
CRRacer Sessions, 8
CREarshot Jazz Festival: Racer Sessions +, 8
DTDarrell's Tavern session, 8
JAEuge Groove, 7:30
PMPaul Richardson & Josephine Howell, 6
RRNorth Corner Chamber Orchestra , 7:30
SBTravis Hartnett Jazz, 6
SFAnn Reynolds & Leah Pogwizd, 6:30
SFAlex Guilbert Duo brunch, 11am
TUJim Cutler Jazz Orchestra, 7:30
TUJazz Police, 3
VIRon Weinstein Trio, 9:30
VIRuby Bishop, 6

Monday November 10
C*Mo Jam Mondays (Nectar Lounge, 412 N 36th St), 9
C*EntreMundos jam (Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St), 9
MTTriangle Pub Jam, 8:30
PMPaul Richardson, 6
POEarshot Jazz Festival: Miguel Zenón Quartet, 8
TDCrossrhythm Sessions (Musicquarium), 9
TUDavid Marriott Big Band, 7:30

Tuesday November 11
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXKristin Korb Trio, 6
CHWA Composers Forum: Fidelio Trio, 8
JAOmaha Diner with Charlie Hunter, Bobby Previte, Skerik & Steve Bernstein, 7:30
OWJam w/ Eric Verlinde, 10
SBMcTuff Trio, 11
TDEarshot Jazz Festival: Earshot Jazz Festival Wrap-up Party, 7:30
TUEmerald City Jazz Orchestra, 8

Wednesday November 12
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXFuture Jazz Heads, 5, 7
C*Alex Pinto (Vermillion, 1508 11th Ave), 9
JAOmaha Diner with Charlie Hunter, Bobby Previte, Skerik & Steve Bernstein, 7:30
NOThe Legacy Quartet with Clarence Acox, 8
PDCasey MacGill & Friends, 8
TDSouthern Soul Assembly, 7, 10
TUJim Sisko & The Bellevue College Jazz Orchestra, 7:30

Thursday November 13
BDAnnie Eastwood, Larry Hill, Tom Brighton w/ Bill Chism, 5:30
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXTim Kennedy Duo, 7
C*David Summers (Robert Ramsay Winery, 1629 Queen Anne Ave N), 5:30
CHPeople.Make.Awesome. (Sound + Movement), 8
CRLos Buhos w/ Laura Oviedo, Marc Smason, Bruce Barnard, Alex Conga, 9
JAHerb Alpert and Lani Hall, 7:30
LJTom Bennet & Friends , 8
PDGreg Ruby & Maggie Kim, 8
TUJoe Mackee Quintet, 7:30
VIBrazil Novo, 9

13 People. Make. Awesome. (Sound + Movement)
The Frank Agency and Nonsequitur have joined forces to present People. Make. Awesome. —a three-part series of pairings rooted in sound curated by Beth Fleenor. The November performance, second in the series, will feature three movement & sound duo pairings. A night of stellar, highly individualistic artists, given opportunity to communicate freely. The theory: give people a place to make awesome, and they will.

Friday November 14
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXDan Kramlich Grunge Trio, 7
C*Billy Strayhorn Project w/Tyrone Brown & Nate Omdal Trio (Calamus Auditorium, Gay City, 517 E Pike), 7:30
C*Annie Eastwood, Kimball Conant, Larry Hill (Match Coffee & Wine, 15705 Main St NE, Duvall), 7:30
C*Los Buhos (el Quetzal, 3209 Beacon Ave S), 7
CHK. Leimer & Marc Barreca w/ Tyler Boley & Gregory Taylor, 8
DUJeff Ferguson's Triangular Jazztet, 7:30
JAHerb Alpert and Lani Hall, 7:30
LALatona happy hour w/ Phil Sparks, 5
LJDon't Move, 9
RRGustavo Lopez Sextet, 8:30
SFShawn Mikelson Trio, 9
TUDave Peck Trio, 7:30
VIJovino Santos Neto, 8

14-15 The Billy Strayhorn Project featuring Tyrone
The Billy Strayhorn Project is a celebration of the life and music of William Thomas "Billy" Strayhorn (November 29, 1915 – May 31, 1967), an American jazz composer, pianist, lyricist, arranger, and LGTBQ artist best known for his successful collaboration with bandleader and composer Duke Ellington lasting nearly three decades. The Project features Tyrone Brown (LGTBQ artist and lead vocals), Nate Omdal (music director and bass), Michael Owcharuk (piano), Jacques Willis (drums), playing original arrangements from the Billy Strayhorn songbook such as "Take the 'A' Train," "Chelsea Bridge," and "Lush Life.” The Billy Strayhorn Project is presented as part of Gay City Arts 2014-2015 Season: Crossing the Line. Through Gay City Arts, Gay City collaborates with local LGBT artists to galvanize an audience for queer arts, foster the development of LGBT artists, and facilitate artistic excellence that is accessible. Gay City Arts is committed to presenting challenging, dynamic and excellent queer art across the full range of artistic disciplines from theater, dance, music, and performance art to spoken word, film/video, new media and interdisciplinary work. Show at 7:30 p.m. on November 14, 15, 21, and 22 in the Calamus Auditorium at Gay City, 517 East Pike.

Saturday November 15
BXKelly Eisenhour Quartet, 7
C*The Billy Strayhorn Project featuring Tyrone Brown and the Nate Omdal Trio (Calamus Auditorium @ Gay, 7:30
C*Billy Strayhorn Project w/Tyrone Brown & Nate Omdal Trio (Calamus Auditorium, Gay City, 517 E Pike), 7:30
C*Sudden Valley Jazz: Josephine Howell w/ Paul Richardson Trio & Kareem Kandi (Dance Barn, Gate 2, Sud, 3
C*Annie Eastwood w/ Kimball & the Fugitives (Barrel Tavern, 11051 1st Ave S, Burien), 8
CHSeattle Modern Orchestra: Music by Huck Hodge, Pierre Boulez, Tristan Murail, 8
JAHerb Alpert and Lani Hall, 7:30
NOMarlee Walker's Blues Jam , 8
RRGrace Love and the True Loves, 6:30
SB6 Demon Bag, 10
SBEric Hullander Jazz Band, 8
SFSue Nixon Quartet, 9
TUDave Peck Trio, 7:30
VIDanny Quintero, 9:30
VIJenny Littlefield, Midnight
VIThe Tarantellas, 6

Sunday November 16
BXDanny Kolke Trio, 6
C*Puget Sound Trad Jazz Society: Evergreen Classic (Ballard Elks Lodge, 6411 Seaview Ave NW), 1
CRRacer Sessions, 8
DTDarrell's Tavern session, 8
JAHerb Alpert and Lani Hall, 7:30
MVEntreMundos Quarteto, 5
MVEntre Mundos Quarteto , 5
NOArmed & Dangerous Blues Revue, 8:30
PMPaul Richardson & Josephine Howell, 6
RRBilly Mintz Quartet , 7:30
SBLizotte Gilmore and Farko, 9
SFPasquale Santos brunch, 11am
SFAnn Reynolds & Leah Pogwizd, 6:30
TDMartin Hayes and Dennis Cahill, 7:30
TUJim Cutler Jazz Orchestra, 7:30
VIRon Weinstein Trio, 9:30
VIRuby Bishop, 6

Monday November 17
C*Mo Jam Mondays (Nectar Lounge, 412 N 36th St), 9
C*EntreMundos jam (Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St), 9
MTTriangle Pub Jam, 8:30
PMPaul Richardson, 6
SBAri Joshua Trio, 10
TDKeola Beamer w/ Geoffrey Keezer , 7:30
TUEastside Modern Jazz Orchestra, 7:30

Tuesday November 18
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
C*Sun Ra Tribute Band (Jones Playhouse, 4045 University Way NE), 7:30
JAJeConte and the Mali Allstars, 7:30
OWJam w/ Eric Verlinde, 10
RRDarius Willrich/ Hopscotch, 8
SBChazz Lipp Band, 8
SBMcTuff Trio, 11
TURoadside Attraction Big Band, 7:30

18 Sun Ra Tribute Band
Costumes and processionals in the spirit of Sun Ra are the order of the day for this event along with group vocals and other features of Sun Ra's music. Pieces to be performed include Call for All Demons; Enlightenment; Space Loneliness; and Somewhere Else. Herman "Sonny" Blount officially became Sun Ra in the early 50s, declaring that he was from the angel race whose mission it was to be a cosmic communicator. This incarnation of the Sun Ra Tribute Band first performed at On the Boards when the Hubble Telescope got its corrective lens, and the images of the universe became forever imprinted on our collective psyches. Show is at 7:30 p.m. at Jones Playhouse, 4045 University Way NE.

Wednesday November 19
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXFuture Jazz Heads, 5, 7
JAJeConte and the Mali Allstars, 7:30
NOThe Legacy Quartet with Clarence Acox, 8
PDCasey MacGill & Friends, 8
PPAnnie Eastwood w/ Kimball & the Fugitives, 6
RRTwo Generations of the Avant-Garde: Duke Ellington and Cecil Taylor, 8
TUGreta Matassa Showcase, 7
VIBen von Wildenhaus, 9

Thursday November 20
BDAnnie Eastwood, Larry Hill, Tom Brighton w/ Bill Chism, 5:30
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXFrank Kohl CD Release "Invisible Man", 7
C*David Summers (Robert Ramsay Winery, 1629 Queen Anne Ave N), 5:30
CHRonin + Empty Boat, 8
JAJeConte and the Mali Allstars, 7:30
PDGreg Ruby & Maggie Kim, 8
SBBlack Zabrek, 10
TDJeff Fielder Redux, 7:30
TUHot Latin Jazz: Fred Hoadley's Sonando, 8:00
VIJason Parker Quartet, 9

Friday November 21
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXSusan Pascal Trio, 7
C*Billy Strayhorn Project w/Tyrone Brown & Nate Omdal Trio (Calamus Auditorium, Gay City, 517 E Pike), 7:30
C*Annie Eastwood w/ Mark Riley (Elliot Bay Pizza, 800 164th St SE, Mill Creek), 7
DUJeff Ferguson's Triangular Jazztet, 7:30
GZThe Christel Trio, 7
JATaj Mahal Trio, 7:30, 9:30
LALatona happy hour w/ Phil Sparks, 5
NOElnah Jordan & Friends, 7
RRTerrence Brewer, 6
SFTim Kennedy Trio, 9
TDSwindler (Musicquarium), 9
TDSuperSones (Musicquarium), 5
TUStephanie Porter Quintet, 7:30
VIYada Yada Blues Band, 9

Saturday November 22
AVMarc Smason Trio w/ Craig Hoyer & Lamar Lofton, 1
BXLeah Stillwell Quartet, 7
C*Billy Strayhorn Project w/Tyrone Brown & Nate Omdal Trio (Calamus Auditorium, Gay City, 517 E Pike), 7:30
C*Annie Eastwood w/ Kid Quagmire (Big Country Lakeside Saloon & Kitchen, 1001 Fairview Ave N), 9:30
GZNugge Jazz, 7
JATaj Mahal Trio, 7:30, 9:30
LJJeff Ferguson's Triangular Jazztet, 7
NORichard Deguare & The Revue, 8
RRPerry Robinson & Friends, 5:30
SBSidewinder, 7
SFDon Hopwood & By the Way, 9
TDElektrapod (Musicquarium), 9
TUJovino Santos Neto Quintet, 7:30
VIRabia Shaheen Qazi, 9:30
VIJerry Zimmerman, 6

Sunday November 23
BXDanny Kolke Trio, 6
C*Seattle Premire Screening of Documentary Film "Project Fukushima!" (Japanese Cultural & Community Ce, 2
C*Perry Robinson & Marc Smason, Craig Hoyer, Michael Barnett, Dalton Davis (Bert's Place, 2102 Bush NW, 7
CRRacer Sessions, 8
DTDarrell's Tavern session, 8
JATaj Mahal Trio, 7:30
PMPaul Richardson & Josephine Howell, 6
RRNorth Corner Chamber Orchestra, 7:30
SBAndrew Endres Collective, 6
SFLennon Aldort, 6:30
SFAlex Guilbert Duo brunch, 11am
TUJim Cutler Jazz Orchestra, 7:30
TUEasy Street, 4:00
VIRon Weinstein Trio, 9:30
VIRuby Bishop, 6

23 Seattle Premier Screening of "Project Fukushima
Just five months after the earthquake and tsunami of 2011, a group of Japanese artists and musicians including Otomo Yoshihide held an arts festival in the city of Fukushima. They called their festival simply “Fukushima!” without any qualifying slogans or descriptions, aiming to counter the negative associations the name had taken on in the wake of the nuclear accident. Though little-known outside Japan until now, the festival was a success: 13,000 people were in attendance and an additional 25,000 viewed streaming coverage of the festival online. Featuring music and poetry by Otomo Yoshihide, Michiro Endo, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Ryoichi Wago and others, this 2012 documentary film matter-of-factly follows their preparations leading up to the festival as well as the day of the festival itself and a few months afterwards. Three years on from the earthquake and tsunami, the film serves as a reminder of the new reality that faces Fukushima residents following the nuclear accident. With an artistic documentary approach, the film reveals more universal themes in chronicling the group of artists' highly unique response to the disaster. The film chronicles their efforts with artful simplicity to deliver an important lesson for all of us. Doors open at 1:45 p.m. at the Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington, 1414 South Weller Street.

Monday November 24
C*Mo Jam Mondays (Nectar Lounge, 412 N 36th St), 9
C*EntreMundos jam (Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St), 9
MTTriangle Pub Jam, 8:30
PMPaul Richardson, 6
RRSequoia Release Show/Katie Jacobson sings Jo Stafford, 7:30
TDCrossrhythm Sessions (Musicquarium), 9
TUJames Knapp Orchestra, 7:30

24 Sequoia Album Release Preview
The seven piece large ensemble, known as Sequoia and led by Levi Gillis, celebrates the release of their debut album. After an appearance at Earshot’s Jazz: The Second Century concert series and several years fine tuning their work amidst Seattle’s burgeoning creative music scene associated with the University of Washington, the group has finally documented what has been a long musical journey. Joining Sequoia is vocalist Katie Jacobson, who will pay tribute to the beautiful record American Folk Songs by Jo Stafford, released in 1950. The concert will weave between songs of these two albums, intertwining music released almost 75 years apart but bound together by the timeless thread of Americana and differentiated by the infusion of indie rock, avante-jazz and noise in the world of creative music.

Tuesday November 25
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
JATaj Mahal Trio, 7:30
OWJam w/ Eric Verlinde, 10
SBGlobal Sound System, 8
SBMcTuff Trio, 11
TUThe PH Factor Big Band, 7:30

Wednesday November 26
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXFuture Jazz Heads, 5, 7
JATaj Mahal Trio, 7:30, 9:30
NOThe Legacy Quartet with Clarence Acox, 8
PDCasey MacGill & Friends, 8
SBGrace Love and the True Loves, 10
TUStudent Showcase, 9:30
TUAki Miyafuji & Yoko Sakai, 7:00
VILamar Lofton, 9

Thursday November 27
PDGreg Ruby & Maggie Kim, 8

Friday November 28
BPGotz Lowe Duo, 6
BXMilo Petersen Duo, 7
DUJeff Ferguson's Triangular Jazztet, 7:30
GZMichael Powers Group, 7
JATaj Mahal Trio, 7:30, 9:30
LALatona happy hour w/ Phil Sparks, 5
SFShawn Mikelson Duo, 9
TDSam Marshall Trio (Musicquarium), 9
TUGreta Matassa Quartet, 7:30

Saturday November 29
BXRising Stars Jennifer Kienzle & Nancy Erickson, 7
EBPerry Robinson w/ Jump Ensemble, 7
GZMichael Powers Group, 7
JATaj Mahal Trio, 7:30, 9:30
NO Lonnie Williams w/ Then 'n' Now, 8:30
RRBattle of The Saxes , 7
SBFreudian Slurp, 6:30
SFAlex Guilbert Duo, 9
TUSusan Pascal Quartet w/ Bill Anschell, Chuck Deardorf, and Mark Ivester, 7:30
VIKaylee Cole, 9:30
VIJerry Zimmerman, 6

Sunday November 30
BXDanny Kolke Trio, 6
CRRacer Sessions, 8
DTDarrell's Tavern session, 8
JATaj Mahal Trio, 7:30
NO Lonnie Williams w/ Then 'n' Now, 8:30
PMPaul Richardson & Josephine Howell, 6
SFLennon Aldort, 6:30
SFPasquale Santos brunch, 11am
TUD’Vonne Lewis & Limited Edition, 7:30
VIRon Weinstein Trio, 9:30
VIRuby Bishop, 6

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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