Who's playing at Jazz Walk? Here's the list for next Tuesday evening

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Jazz Walk Tuesday August 14, 2018, on the street in the North City business district, on 15th NE from NE 175th to NE 180th. Tickets are on sale at the North City Jazz Walk website.

Music begins at 6:30pm at the outdoor stages and 7:00pm at the indoor stages; each band will perform three 50 minute sets at their respective venue.

Shoreline Youth Jam Session with Chas Rinne
Location: Bethel Lutheran Church
Doug Reid will be managing the stage for this dynamic open mic Youth Jam Session—featuring singer Chas Rinne and hosted by Shoreline Community College faculty members. CALLING ALL STUDENTS from grades 7–12: click here to learn more about this fantastic opportunity!

Mercy Merci
Location: Easy Monkey Taphouse – upstairs
Local Seattle musicians Duwayne Andrews (vocals and organ); Steve Black (guitar); Bob Merrihew (drums); and Harry Rivera (saxophone) deliver an ever-evolving fusion of jazz, with elements of blues and moments of funk.

Greta Matassa
Location: Easy Monkey Taphouse – downstairs
Sponsor: Windermere Real Estate – Samantha Arango

Voted “Northwest Vocalist of the Year” by Earshot Jazz 7 times in 15 years, Greta has been a mainstay on Seattle’s jazz stages for years. Her quartet features some of the area’s best jazz musicians playing a wide array of contemporary composers.

Birch Pereira and the Gin Joints
Location: Vesper

Born out of a love of the early years of rock ‘n ‘roll, Americana and swing, Birch Pereira & the Gin Joints will transport you to the time of speakeasies, honky-tonks and roadhouses, with upright bassist and vocalist Birch Pereira at its center.

Susan Pascal Quintet with Pete Christlieb
Location: Industrial Air – outdoor stage

The Susan Pascal Quintet with special guest tenor saxophone titan Pete Christlieb is honored to present “Remembering Stan Getz”—highlighting songs from the bossa nova craze of the 60s that forever changed pop music. The all-star group features tenor saxophonist Pete Christlieb, vibraphonist Susan Pascal, pianist Bill Anschell, bassist Chuck Deardorf, and drummer Jeff Busch.

Seattle Women’s Jazz Orchestra “SWOJO”
Location: Dorian Photography *OTP*

For over 17 years, this 16-piece big band has been showcasing many of the finest female jazz artists in the area, performing jazz standards, Latin jazz, and contemporary jazz music at the annual Earshot Jazz Festival, as well as recent performances with Gail Pettis, Nelda Swiggett, Grace Kelly, Christine Jensen, and Mimi Fox.

Dmitri Matheny Group
Location: North City Bistro and Wine Shop

In the words of All About Jazz, the Dmitri Matheny Group is “an all-star jazz band featuring some of the most accomplished musicians in the western United States,” having received critical acclaim for recordings as well as over 100 performances on tour each year throughout North America, Europe and Asia.

The Jacqueline Tabor Jazz Band
Location: North City Lounge – *ADULTS ONLY*

Jacqueline Tabor is an award winning vocalist who lives and performs in the Pacific Northwest. Her sultry alto voice contains style, passion and sophistication with an expressive, memorable approach to jazz.

Pearl Django
Location: North City Water District – *ADULTS ONLY*

One of the most highly regarded Hot Club style groups working today, Pearl Django’s signature style is marked by pristine and dexterous string work, colors of Bal Musette, the steady pulse of rhythm guitar, and an unmistakable swing

Hook Me Up
Location: Frank Lumber and Door Store – *OTP*

This Tacoma-based quartet of top jazz musicians includes Tracey Hooker: vocals, trumpet, fugelhorn; James Cochran: keyboard; Osama Afifi: electric and acoustic bass; and Aaron Hennings: drums. From Chuck Mangione to Stevie Wonder, they give a fresh jazz take on familiar themes.

*OTP* = 2 of the venues are Open to The Public (OTP); ticket-holders have access to all venues.
*ADULTS ONLY* = 2 of the venues are adults only, due to state liquor board restrictions.


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