This blog, eyeshotjazz.wordpress.com is ending here at wordpress.com, but will continue to be updated at the new address for EyeShotJazz at http://www.eyeshotjazz.com/. Please go and set your bookmark to continue to follow the work of Jazz Photographer Daniel Sheehan. Visit his newest website http://www.eyeshotphotos.com to see samples of all of his work as a Seattle Photographers EyeshotPhotos.

Miguel Zenon was smokin at the Triple Door with his quintet. More pictures to come.

“The Puerto Rican saxophonist, a brilliant star on the international jazz scene, and the newest faculty member at the New England Conservatory, brings his explosive new group to the main stage for his second appearance during Earshot’s opening weekend. The members of the Esta Plena Quinet include the thoughtful pianist Luis Perdomo, dynamic bassist Hans Glawischnig, standout drummer Henry Cole, and the exciting percussionist and vocalist Tito Matos.

Drummer Byron Vannoy’s Meridian opens for Zenón. A local jazz fusion outfit, the band features Vannoy and several other talented artists, including Chris Symer on bass, Kacey Evans on the keyboard, Chris Spencer on guitar, and Eric Barber on saxophones. In 2008, Meridian won the Golden Ear Award for NW Recording of the Year. ”
I have just posted this photo over on the new address for EyeShotJazz at EyeShotJazz.com. Please go there and reset your book mark to get more extensive coverage of the 2009 Earshot Jazz Festival.
{I will still post a few photos here for the next week or so. Please be sure to migrate over to the new site not to miss any coverage. Posting to both blogs is twice the work.

Photography by photographer in Seattle  Daniel Sheehan Photography, a photojournalist specializing in jazz photography and portrait photography for publications and corporations and  photographers in Seattle with a story-telling approach creating  prize-winning wedding photography.


2 responses

  1. Great shot!


    October 18, 2009 at 7:44 am

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