5/17/11: Thicket, Bad Luck (Seattle), Chemical Clock (Seattle)

Wednesday 5/17/11:
Alice Coltrane Memorial Coliseum (5135 NE 42nd. Portland, OR 97218)
8PM (show ends by 10)
Thicket (members of Dragging an Ox Through Water, Why I Must Be Careful, Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly!)
Bad Luck (sax and drums from Seattle)
Chemical Clock (trumpet, keys, bass, drums from Seattle)

5/8/11: Eubanks, Theriault, Jenkins, Krausbauer

May 8th, 2011 8pm
$8-$10 artist donation requested
All Ages
Disjecta (8371 N Interstate, Portland, Oregon)
Performances by:
Bryan Eubanks
Doug Theriault
JP Jenkins
John Krausbauer
Come join us for a night of experimental music at Disjecta. Amongst the performers will be Bryan Eubanks, returning back to the NW for a series of performances of his music. After numerous years working on and making music in NYC, he recently relocated to Florida, with his wife. This will be a rare opportunity to see him perform out on the west coast, sharing the bill with some of his old friends and collaborators.

5/1/11: Rich Halley Quartet

Rich Halley Quartet CD Release for “Requiem for a Pit Viper”
Saxophonist/Composer Rich Halley and his Quartet with standout Los Angeles trombonist Michael Vlatkovich, Canadian bassist Clyde Reed and drummer Carson Halley will perform at a release for their new CD “Requiem for a Pit Viper”, at 7:30 PM on Sunday, May 1 at The Blue Monk, 3341 SE Belmont.  Admission is sliding scale $3-7.

“Live at the Penofin Jazz Festival”, the recent release by the Rich Halley Freedom Tradition Quartet featuring legendary cornetist Bobby Bradford, was named as one of the top recordings of 2010 by Dusted Magazine and is reviewed in the May issue of DownBeat.