In Memoriam: David Marriott, Sr.

In Memoriam: David Marriott, Sr.

The Seattle jazz community is mourning the loss of David Marriott, Sr., who passed away on April 30. The father of trumpeter Thomas Marriott and his brother, trombonist David Marriott, Jr., along with daughter Rebecca Marriott, David Sr. was a strong civic presence in...
Letter from the Editor: We Have Voice

Letter from the Editor: We Have Voice

By the time this issue hits newsstands, it will be just under eight months since one of the most powerful players in Hollywood faced his downfall, as the stories of his decades of sexual harassment and assault culminated into a public reckoning. The Harvey Weinstein...
Duende Libre: Global Grooves, Musical Medicine

Duende Libre: Global Grooves, Musical Medicine

Farko Dosumov, Alex Chadsey, and Jeff Busch photo by Daniel Sheehan By Andrew Luthringer “Duende Libre” translates roughly as “free spirit,” and the dynamic Seattle trio’s music expresses that notion well. But the band explores realms beyond mere freedom: faith in...
Chano Domínguez Flamenco Sketches

Chano Domínguez Flamenco Sketches

Monday, June 4, 7pm Triple Door 216 Union Street Presented by Earshot Jazz Earshot Jazz is pleased to present one of today’s most celebrated jazz pianists and composers, Chano Domínguez, whose singular work is defined by his flamenco origins. Performing on June 4 at...
Ken Vandermark & Nate Wooley

Ken Vandermark & Nate Wooley

Ken Vandermark and Nate Wooley courtesy of the artists Wednesday, June 13, 8pm Chapel Performance Space 4649 Sunnyside Ave N Presented by Earshot Jazz & Nonsequitur Two of the most distinctive innovators in jazz and freely improvised music join forces. An evening...