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September 2020

Crack Sabbath

September 25 @ 8:30 pm

Crack Sabbath is an industrial jazz-punk band led by renowned Seattle saxophonist, Skerik. Crack Sabbath explicitly refuses to tour or be known outside of the Seattle area, honoring the Seattle scene from grunge to jazz. Listen in with rapture, as the bands eccentric energy loops along and transports you into another state. Featuring: Ron Weinstein- Hammond Organ; Keith Lowe-Bass; Mike Stone- Drums; Skerik- Saxophone View the livestream at  Live Concerts Stream  or the Royal Room Facebook page

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A Celebration of The High Holidays: The Music of John Zorn’s Masada

September 26 @ 7:30 pm

James Falzone photo by Marc Perlish. Joining together for a High Holiday celebration are Seattle musicians James Falzone, Wayne Horvitz, Darren Loucas, Keith Lowe, and Evan Woodle. They will combine to play John Zorn’s repertoire of radical Jewish music, a project entitled Masada. This music conjoins elements of 1960’s Ornette Coleman with sacred Jewish music. In the late 90’s Masada was considered one of the most important jazz bands of the decade. By taking inspiration from traditional klezmer ensembles while…

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The Klein Party

September 27 @ 3:00 pm4:30 pm

THE KLEIN PARTY plays ”klezmerish songs from All the Old Countries.” They bring a jazz sensibility and rock & roll energy to klezmer freylachs and bulgars, gypsy dance music, sentimental Italian tunes, novelty Americana, country-and-western favorites, Yiddish theatre music, Ellingtonia, and the occasional opera aria. Featuring:  Amber Wolfe- vocals; David Gassner- vocals; Sabrina Pope- clarinet; Brandon Campbell- saxophones; Erik Reed-trumpet; Mark Lutwak- accordion; Eric Ray Anderson- ukulele & vocals; Joe Casalini - contrabass. View the livestream at  Live Concerts Stream  or the Royal Room Facebook…

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Boka Kouyaté & The Djeliyah Band

September 27 @ 7:30 pm

Boka Kouyaté and The Djeliyah Band is a West African music and dance collective based in Seattle. Their music links traditional Djeli music and contemporary West African music together to fuse a music which is cross-disciplinary, multi-cultural and highly innovative. Originally orchestrated by multi-talented Djeli, Aboubacar “Boka” Kouyaté, this band has been working together since 2015, keeping the beat of mother Africa alive through the music’s oral tradition and pulsating movements. Featuring: Aboubacar Kouyaté – vocals, Djembe; Leif Totusek –…

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October 2020

Skerik’s LORBO

October 2 @ 8:30 pm

Created to perform at Northwest PsychFest 2016, LORBO melds thrashing heaviness into a dark yet ethereal soundscape, creating something meditative while at the same time ruinous. LORBO celebrates the release of their new record ‘LIZARD’ and the debut of their new music video. Featuring: B.R.A.D. Mowen-vocals; Lupe Flores-drums; Skerik-keyboards, Marshall amp and 4x12 cabinet, Plush amp, 18” cabinet and 4x10 cabinet. View the livestream at  Live Concerts Stream  or the Royal Room Facebook page

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The Klein Party

October 4 @ 3:00 pm4:30 pm

THE KLEIN PARTY plays ”klezmerish songs from All the Old Countries.” They bring a jazz sensibility and rock & roll energy to klezmer freylachs and bulgars, gypsy dance music, sentimental Italian tunes, novelty Americana, country-and-western favorites, Yiddish theatre music, Ellingtonia, and the occasional opera aria. Amber Wolfe- vocals; David Gassner- vocals; Sabrina Pope- clarinet; Brandon Campbell- saxophones; Erik Reed-trumpet; Mark Lutwak- accordion; Eric Ray Anderson- ukulele & vocals; Joe Casalini - contrabass. View the livestream at  Live Concerts Stream  or the Royal Room…

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Thomas Marriott’s Trumpet Ship

October 4 @ 7:30 pm
Thomas Marriott playing the piano wearing a hat and red tinted glasses

Thomas Marriott is the winner of seven Golden Ear Awards and the 1999 Carmine Caruso Jazz Trumpet Competition. He’s paid dues beside jazz elders such as Maynard Ferguson, Roy McCurdy, and Rosemary Clooney, and has been called on by contemporary standard-bearers like Joe Locke, Orrin Evans, Steve Wilson, John Clayton and Charlie Hunter. A chameleon of musical styles, Marriott’s horn has been in-demand with bands like the Grammy-Award winning Spanish Harlem Orchestra, Ivan Neville’s Dumpstafunk, and hip-hop pioneer Deltron 3030.…

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Birch Pereira & The Gin Joints

October 9 @ 8:30 pm

Birch Pereira & the Gin Joints are a 5-piece band based in the Pacific Northwest. Their music is rooted in mid 20th century American music, a complex derivative of blues and jazz as well as soul, rock and roll and Americana. Their front man, Birch Pereira bears a deep tenor voice and in both 2017 and 2018, was nominated “Vocalist of the Year” by Earshot Jazz Festival. Through captivating arrangements, originals and carefully chosen covers, Birch Pereira & the Gin…

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The Klein Party

October 11 @ 3:00 pm4:30 pm

THE KLEIN PARTY plays ”klezmerish songs from All the Old Countries.” They bring a jazz sensibility and rock & roll energy to klezmer freylachs and bulgars, gypsy dance music, sentimental Italian tunes, novelty Americana, country-and-western favorites, Yiddish theatre music, Ellingtonia, and the occasional opera aria. Featuring:  Amber Wolfe- vocals; David Gassner- vocals; Sabrina Pope- clarinet; Brandon Campbell- saxophones; Erik Reed-trumpet; Mark Lutwak- accordion; Eric Ray Anderson- ukulele & vocals; Joe Casalini - contrabass View the livestream at  Live Concerts Stream  or the Royal Room Facebook…

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Marina Christopher & Friends

October 11 @ 7:30 pm

Marina Christopher photo by Todd-Bradley. After being diagnosed with a tumor that threatened her right arm, Marina Christopher felt a fire to further launch her dream project. Writing and recording in between surgeries and radiation therapy resulted in ‘Marina and the Dreamboats’, a sassy and soulful band performing songs with depth, humor and pure joy. ‘Marina and the Dreamboats’ deliver an addictive blend of jazz, soul, and classic pop and aren’t afraid to throw in a New Orleans second line…

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