Saturday, March 9, 2013



March 5, 2013
Canals of Venice, Red Ribbon, Dead Bars, Your Mother Should Know
Comet Tavern, Seattle

Emma Danner of Red Ribbon
It is lovely to find so much that is unexpected within the realm of an established social music. Who would have thought that the first sounds out of chamber folk band Canals of Venice would suddenly bring the shade of Machaut into the room? Who would think that the tiny Emma Danner of Red Ribbon could sink such a righteous weight down through the stage? Dead Bars, in midair pogobounce pivotted punk around to its roots. Time-travelers-from-the-past Your Mother Should Know had their strongest outing yet, tightening up the arrangements of their standards, and mixing up the set with wildly varied song-settings that touched notes of Cole Porter and Duke Ellington as well as the venerable Boss. They finished with a fine rendition of Louie Louie in honor of the Sonics.
Your Mother Should Know

Saturday May 4, 2013 at 8:00 PM
Keith Eisenbrey and Neal Meyer at The Chapel Performance Space, Good Shepherd Center, Seattle
Music for solo piano:
Eisenbrey: Welcome to my planet. I come in peace.
Meyer: Cage - Solo for Piano

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