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Travis Shook

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Travis Shook at the piano at Tula’s, Weds September 9th.


Thomas Marriott



Thomas Marriott

On trumpet, Thomas played with the Paul Rucker Quartet which opened the second night of the Earshot Jazz Festival 2008 Sunday night at the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center. The Billy Bang Quartet followed.

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Photograph by photojournalist Daniel Sheehan an portrait photographer who specializes in portrait photography and photojournalism for publications and corporations. Daniel is also does bridal photography.

 


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Tatum Greenblatt and Ben Roseth



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Two star alums of the vaunted Garfield High School jazz program, trumpeter Tatum Greenblatt and alto saxophonist Ben Roseth, now rising stars out east, joined forces with an aptly named, driving quartet Sunday night at the Triple Door on the second night of the 2008 Earshot Jazz Festival.

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Portrait Photographer Daniel Sheehan,  photojournalists specializing in corporate portrait photographs  for publications and corporations, and a wedding photographer  Seattle at A Beautiful Day Photography with an unobtrusive, story-telling approach, creating award winning wedding photojournalist, is ranked one of the best Seattle photographers   by the National Association of Wedding Photojournalists.

 


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Roosevelt H.S. Jazz Band / Sean Jones

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Roosevelt High School Jazz Band w/ Sean Jones Opened the first show at the Triple Door of the 2008 Earshot Jazz festival

The reigning champion of Lincoln Center’s Essentially Ellington competition, the Roosevelt Jazz Band opened the Earshot Jazz Festival at the Triple Door to a completely packed house Saturday night October 18th celebrating Seattle’s place in the great continuum of jazz.

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Portrait Photographer Daniel Sheehan,  photojournalists specializing in corporate portrait photographs  for publications and corporations, and a wedding photographer  Seattle at A Beautiful Day Photography with an unobtrusive, story-telling approach, creating award winning wedding photojournalist, is ranked one of the best Seattle photographers   by the National Association of Wedding Photojournalists.

 

 


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Jerry Granelli


Jerry Granelli’s V16 Kicks off the 2008 Earshot Jazz Festival


Drum legend Jerry Granelli, long a Seattle favorite, presented his ambient/improv/freeform roots’n’blues-cum-chamber-jazz guitar quartet at Tula’s Restaurant tonight Saturday October 18th with slide-guitar ace David Tronzo and German guitarist Christian Kögel electrifying the front line, and Granelli’s son J. Anthony Granelli on electric bass. They played to a sold out house and were electrifying. Amazing.
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Portrait Photographers in Seattle Daniel Sheehan, a photojournalist specializing in portrait photography  for publications and corporations, and a wedding photographer in Seattle at A Beautiful Day Photography with an unobtrusive, story-telling approach, creating award winning wedding photojournalism, is ranked one of the best bridal photographers   by the National Association of Wedding Photojournalists.

 

 

 


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Bill and Victor

I ran into Bill Frisell and Victor Krauss last July as Bill was driving Victor to his gig playing with Lyle Lovett out at Chateau St. Michelle. I wish I could say that I had been going to see the show, but alas I was headed off to photograph a different assignment.

 

 


David Sanchez Quartet

David Sánchez played with his quartet at the Triple Door last October 25th during the Earshot Jazz Festival 2007. Here is an excerpt from Earshot Jazz Magazine.

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David Sánchez commands a room, infusing
his huge tenor-saxophone tone with the musical passion of his native Puerto Rico. Specializing in jazz interpretations of mountainous works by Latin American composers, this Latin Grammy winner and his quartet exude palpable charisma and create music to remember every time.
“Technically, tonally, and creatively, he seems to have it all,” gushes jazz critic Howard Reich. “His sound is never less than plush, his pitch is unerring, his rapid-fire playing is ravishing in its combination
of speed, accuracy, and utter evenness of tone.”
Such ecstatic accolades follow Sánchez wherever he plays. After abandoning early efforts on the conga in favor of the tenor saxophone at age 12, he never looked back. Thanks to the enthusiastic endorsement of saxophonist Paquito D’Rivera, Dizzy Gillespie
invited Sánchez to join the United Nation Orchestra in 1990 and “Live the Future” tour – with South African singer extraordinaire Miriam Makeba – the next year.
Since then, Sánchez has toured and recorded with dozens of other stellar notables and produced sessions for Columbia Records, with which he has enjoyed a lasting relationship as a recording artist. After earning several Latin Grammy nominations, Sánchez released Coral, which took home the “Best Instrumental Album” in 2005. His most ambitiously reverential work to date, Coral documents Sánchez and the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra playing interpretations of masterworks by such Latin American luminaries as Antonio Carlos Jobim, Heitor Villa-Lobos, and Alberto Ginastera.
In his more intimate quartet, Sánchez folds Afro-Cuban rhythms into a mien of late-stage bebop and searing, trigger-happy solos. Newly signed to the resurging Concord Records, he came to Seattle with a growing legend that stands boldly on the cusp a fresh new chapter.