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Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

JELLY BREAD, THE GET DOWN CREW Doors at 9, Music @ 10:00pm

Jelly Bread’s musical alchemy blends a dash of alt-rock with soul and funk, yet is thoroughly steeped in Rock-Americana. The band’s chameleonic playlist is highlighted by dual vocals, four part harmonies, in-the-pocket drum and bass grooves, swampy lap steel guitar, dirt under the fingernails guitar licks, and take-’em-to-church organ that is downright appetizing. Jelly Bread has emerged with a high-energy calling card that melds elements of desert twang and the urban tones of funk & rock, balanced by exceptional songwriting and storytelling. Jelly Bread has been delving into more extensive touring this past year. This past year, Jelly Bread has been tapped to perform opening duties for the likes of Robert Cray, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Dragon Smoke (members of Galactic), The Motet, Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk, Lukas Nelson and the Promise of the Real, Pimps of Joytime, Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds and performed on a bill featuring Bruce Hornsby and Railroad Earth. The band has appeared at premiere festivals to include Joshua Tree, Strawberry and High Sierra Music Festivals.
The Get Down Crew is an Arcata, California band comprised of members of Motherlode. They play straight-up funk music for your dancing needs! $7

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

CANDELARIA w/POPgoji; Doors @ 9, Music @ 10:00pm

In 2006, three musicians from across the Americas found themselves in the Bay Area –scouring Craigslist for other like-minded musicos, ready to take their musicianship to a different level– and though they didn’t know it at the time, these folks were on the verge of creating a previously unknown style of music: cumbia-dub. Bassist Daniel Yockey (Wisconsin, U.S.), conguero Carlos Mario Aguirre (Colombia) and gaitero / guitarist Adley Penner (Canada) met while playing with Colombian folklore group, Aluna. Inspired by the raw, rootsy rhythms of cumbia, yet growing restless with only playing covers, they began to experiment with the style. They applied dub studio techniques and reggae style bass lines to traditional cumbia and other Colombian rhythms, developing a completely unique style of dance music with electronic sensibilities and a raw, live feel. Though this ground-breaking idea was first conceived in 2006, it did not reach full fruition until the autumn of 2009, when Candelaria was formed under its current name in the heart of Oakland: the Fruitvale district.
POPgoji is a 7-piece mash up of American pop/soul and infectious Brazilian beats. Fine tuned vocal harmonies, layered percussion, and unique strings pay tribute to spiritual traditions of the African diaspora. Recreating the community energy of a Rio-style pagode jam session, POPgoji packs dance floors with hot Afro-Latin dance rhythms and familiar lyrics. $7

Friday, September 19th, 2014

SOUL STEW FEATURING DJ AQUAMAN (9pm); @ 9:00pm

The classic Friday night of funk, soul and breakbeats with DJ Aquaman. $5.

Saturday, September 20th, 2014

WIL BLADES TRIO, CRACK SABBATH (featuring SKERIK) Doors at 9, Music @ 10:00pm

Wil Blades, a native Chicagoan, has become the San Francisco Bay Area’s first call organist and is rapidly gaining momentum throughout the world. He has been named in the Downbeat critics poll under “Rising Star” for organ every year since 2006. Wil has kept the traditional sounds of Jimmy Smith, Larry Young, and “Groove” Holmes alive, while creating a more personal, modern sound. Wil has performed and recorded with John Lee Hooker, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Melvin Sparks, Idris Muhammad, Joe Louis Walker, Don Braden, Donald Harrison, Nicholas Payton, Karl Denson, Will Bernard, Scott Amendola, Charlie Hunter, Stanton Moore, Billy Martin, Anders Osborne, Jason Marsalis, Herlin Riley, Betty Joplin, Eddie Marshall, Herbie Lewis, and many others. His band this evening features McTuff guitarist, Andy Coe.
Crack Sabbath is a Seattle hard-core jazz super group led by renowned sax-master, Skerik. This is not straight ahead jazz, mind you, but improvisational brilliance that is informed by rock, funk, punk and more! Whoa boy, this is gonna something to see (and hear)! $13 Advanced Tickets HERE/ $15 at the door

Sunday, September 21st, 2014

Drink and Draw @ 8:00pm

Come out and draw with us 8pm – close. All skill levels are welcome.

Monday, September 22nd, 2014

Sonic Forum @ 7:00pm

Monday nights are filled with endless possibilities… Sonic Forum Open Mic Night provides musicians and artists (solos, duos, trios, large ensembles, troubadours, accordion driven punk groups, yodeling jugglers, etc.) with a fantastic space to let your talent shine. Play alone or backed by our house musicians. Drum kit, all amps and sound engineer provided! Click here for more information. Doors open at 7pm & There is no cover charge.

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

RADULA (FREE); Doors @ 9pm, Music @ 10:00pm

As part of AIR (Artist in Residence) Series on Tuesdays (always free!) we welcome Radula– a superband featuring Tye North (Leftover Salmon), Jimmy Russell (Quick and Easy Boys), Steve Swatkins (Juno What?!) and Oregon Music Hall of Fame Inductee, Carlton Jackson. Radula touches on funk, rock, blues, jazz and anything else they can conjure up to make your Tuesday party happen right! FREE!

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014

SHAFTY: A PHISH TRIBUTE Doors at 9, Music @ 10:00pm

Tonight Shafty continues a several months long Wednesday residency at the goodfoot! What began as essentially a goof – a chance to throw down some familiar dancey beats and jam for whoever felt like listening – ultimately lit a spark under the off-the-radar powder keg of Phish fans in the Portland, Oregon music scene. Brett McConnell (bass) and Rob Sipsky (guitar) spent more time talking about the possibility of putting a Phish tribute together than actually practicing, prior to that first performance at the goodfoot, in February of 2012. Expectations for attendance were moderate at best, yet before the band played the first note, there was a line out the door, culminating in a jam-filled celebration of the music of Phish to an over-capacity crowd! The demand for a repeat was high, and Shafty was born. If there’s a motive, it’s to recreate the energy of a Phish show, with the attitude of playful band-audience interaction at the forefront, sharp musical skill acting as a behind-the-scenes glue to hold it all together.
Over the first year alone, the band played 83 unique songs, ranging from spoken word moments such as Lengthwise, to epic compositions including You Enjoy Myself, Reba, David Bowie, and The Curtain (With), already to multiple sold-out and near sold out audiences. Classic Phish gimmicks are in full force: trampolines, megaphones, choreographed dances, vacuum cleaner solos, instrument switching, and the secret language are alive and well at a Shafty show. $7

Thursday, September 25th, 2014

I KNOW YOU: A TRIBUTE to MORPHINE Doors at 9, Music @ 10:00pm

Morphine is a rarity — bluesy, bare-bones rock & roll without any guitars, the trio relying instead on sliding two-string basslines, raucous saxophones, and wry, ironically detached vocals. During the mid-’90s, Morphine gained a sizable cult following in America, primarily due to good word of mouth, heavy college airplay, and positive reviews. Morphine combined blues and jazz elements with more traditional rock arrangements, giving the band an unusual sound. Sandman sang distinctively in a deep, laid-back croon and his songwriting featured a prominent beat influence; pulp-fiction narratives which touch on sexy adult themes like pacts with the Devil and illicit affairs. They told simple and profound tales about the human condition, ultimately about sensitivity, and about self-medication in a world where desensitization is necessary. The band themselves coined the label “low rock” to describe their music, which involved a minimalist, low-end sound producing a slippery, sultry groove that suggests blues and be-bop without becoming either, it was noirish indie-rock-jazz that hadn’t been heard in quite this way before or since; Mark Sandman’s sonorous baritone duetting with baritone saxophonist Dana Colley’s rumbling counter melodies. Jerome Deupree, who was replaced by percussionist Billy Conway during the recording of 1993’s Cure For Pain, flushed out the unorthodox trio with precision and skill like a jazz player, dedicated to the tom and small cymbals, hitting the skins in a muffled way so as to give space to the nervous and feverish dialogue. When Mark Sandman died after collapsing on stage in Italy in 1999, the band was no more. It is of a great loss to the world, which is why this tribute, I Know You, was born. The band is comprised of Oregon natives Mary-Sue Tobin on saxophones, Will Moye on bass, Lance Paden on drums, and Gulf Coast transplant Andrew Pendleton on vocals. $5

Friday, September 26th, 2014

SOUL STEW FEATURING DJ AQUAMAN (9pm); @ 9:00pm

The classic Friday night of funk, soul and breakbeats with DJ Aquaman. $5.

Saturday, September 27th, 2014

TAKIMBA vs. SPINNOZZA @ 9:00pm

Sunday, September 28th, 2014

Drink and Draw @ 8:00pm

Come out and draw with us 8pm – close. All skill levels are welcome.

Monday, September 29th, 2014

Sonic Forum @ 7:00pm

Monday nights are filled with endless possibilities… Sonic Forum Open Mic Night provides musicians and artists (solos, duos, trios, large ensembles, troubadours, accordion driven punk groups, yodeling jugglers, etc.) with a fantastic space to let your talent shine. Play alone or backed by our house musicians. Drum kit, all amps and sound engineer provided! Click here for more information. Doors open at 7pm & There is no cover charge.

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

RADULA (FREE); Doors @ 9pm, Music @ 10:00pm

As part of AIR (Artist in Residence) Series on Tuesdays (always free!) we welcome Radula– a superband featuring Tye North (Leftover Salmon), Jimmy Russell (Quick and Easy Boys), Steve Swatkins (Juno What?!) and Oregon Music Hall of Fame Inductee, Carlton Jackson. Radula touches on funk, rock, blues, jazz and anything else they can conjure up to make your Tuesday party happen right! FREE!

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

SIMON TUCKER BAND, AYRON JONES; Doors at 9, Music @ 10:00pm

Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

DANNY BARNES and MATT SIRCELY; Doors @ 9, Music @ 10:00pm

Long revered as a visionary in American music, Danny Barnes is joining with mandolinist Matt Sircely for a Northwest tour. Placing poetic songwriting alongside instrumental mastery, Barnes and Sircely together form a powerhouse duo that conjures great traditions in American music right before launching into some of the most innovative acoustic music that’s never been heard. Friends for ten years, most of their collaboration has taken place in Barnes’ kitchen, including recording for Danny’s Minner Bucket Records, and now they invite audiences around the Northwest to witness what they’ve been cooking up.
Growing up in Texas, Danny Barnes found early inspiration among his parents’ classic country records and watching banjoist Stringbean perform with Bill Monroe. As a young musician, he staked his claim in the punk scene, determined to take the banjo to places it had never been. From his time as bandleader of the Austin-based Bad Livers to his recent collaborations with artists like Dave Matthews, Mike Gordon, Bill Frisell, Yonder Mountain String Band and his most recent stint in The Jeff Austin Band, Danny Barnes is among the most influential musicians in modern American string band music. A prolific composer, Barnes places old-time music in the same room as the adventurous passages of American composer Charles Ives and the progressive songwriting of John Hartford. $8

Friday, October 3rd, 2014

FIRST FRIDAY SUPERJAM w/DJ MAGNETO & FRIENDS (9pm) @ 9:00pm

First Friday Superjam means funk, soul, disco & hip hop with DJ Magneto and Friends. Come and join the dance party! 9:00pm $5

Saturday, October 4th, 2014

POLYRHYTHMICS; Doors at 9, Music @ 10:00pm

Original hard-driving, modern Afro-beat and syncopated, horn-driven funk—that’s the recipe that Polyrhythmics have crafted and delivered to packed clubs, and festival crowds throughout the west coast in the past 3 years. The 8 members of this dynamic world-beat orchestra, weave a clever web of deep, hypnotic grooves, creative, yet melodic interplay, clever horn-hooks, and searing solos that ignite every dance-floor that has laid before them. $8 Advanced Ticket Price / $10 at the door

Sunday, October 5th, 2014

Drink and Draw @ 8:00pm

Come out and draw with us 8pm – close. All skill levels are welcome.

Monday, October 6th, 2014

Sonic Forum @ 7:00pm

Monday nights are filled with endless possibilities… Sonic Forum Open Mic Night provides musicians and artists (solos, duos, trios, large ensembles, troubadours, accordion driven punk groups, yodeling jugglers, etc.) with a fantastic space to let your talent shine. Play alone or backed by our house musicians. Drum kit, all amps and sound engineer provided! Click here for more information. Doors open at 7pm & There is no cover charge.

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

FAMILY FUNKTION (Free); Doors @ 9, Music @ 10:00pm

As part of our free Tuesday weekly we welcome The Family Funktion, an all-star funk jam featuring a rotating cast of the NW’s most dance-inducing musicians. Past players have included members of the Motet, Juno What?, The Funky Meters, Everyone Orchestra and the Goodfoot All-Stars. The lineup is never the same, but the music is guaranteed to be funky and fresh, determined to make you dance. FREE!!! Tonight’s line-up includes:
Mark Blanding (Manimalhouse)
Nathaniel Daniel (Nicole Berke Band, Yeah Great Fine)
Bruce Green (Trixy and the Nasties, Crazy 8s, MRB)
Joe Hall (MRB, Lilla, Manimalhouse)
Brandon Hilton (Spheric)
Marc Hutchinson (STS9, Cooper & The Jam, Satin Chaps)
Richard Lawrence (Patrick Lamb, MRB)
Tom Morrison (Scott Pemberton Trio)
Reid Neuman (Manimalhouse)
Sean Vinson (Wildish, Amorus)
Alex Weinberg (Shafty)
Nick Werth (Scott Pemberton Trio, GALAXE)

Wednesday, October 8th, 2014

JESSICA LURIE, TRIO SUBTONIC w/ DAN BALMER; Doors @9, Music @ 10:00pm

NYC-based instrumentalist Jessica Lurie defies all boundaries bringing her individual sound to diverse types of music while preserving their stylistic authenticity. Jessica’s main instruments are saxophones, flute, clarinet, as well as voice and accordion, and she is an avid composer as well. Lurie moved from her home town of Seattle to Brooklyn 9 years ago and has been thrilling audiences on both coasts and in Europe. With MEGAPHONE HEART, her newest recording, Jessica and her ensemble are poised between creative jazz, rock, folk and avant-garde music, generating a luscious and compelling sea of sound. An adventurous musical spirit shines through ten original compositions, with Lurie’s unmistakable big sound on tenor and alto saxes, flute, and her distinctive voice. Inspired by life in Brooklyn, traveling the world, and her love of American and international melodies and rhythms, this is her strongest collection of songs yet. Her band includes McTuff’s Tariek Abouzied on drums, Bandalabra’s Evan Floury-Barnes on upright bass and forward-thinking guitarist Bill Horist.
Starting off the night is PDX’s own Trio Subtonic. TS has devel­oped a style of orig­i­nal music that is defined by its com­po­si­tional intrigue, groove heavy impro­vi­sa­tions and its acces­si­bil­ity to lis­ten­ers across the musi­cal land­scape. Choos­ing not to be boxed into any tra­di­tional gen­res, Trio Subtonic con­tin­ues its musi­cal explo­ration with the release of Night Run­ners which delves into an uncom­pro­mis­ing, darker and exper­i­men­tal sound­scape that pushes the bound­aries of their instrumentation. $8

Friday, October 10th, 2014

SOUL STEW FEATURING DJ AQUAMAN (9pm); @ 9:00pm

The classic Friday night of funk, soul and breakbeats with DJ Aquaman. $5.

Saturday, October 11th, 2014

JUJUBA; Doors at 9pm, Music @ 10:00pm

Sunday, October 12th, 2014

Drink and Draw @ 8:00pm

Come out and draw with us 8pm – close. All skill levels are welcome.

Monday, October 13th, 2014

Sonic Forum @ 7:00pm

Monday nights are filled with endless possibilities… Sonic Forum Open Mic Night provides musicians and artists (solos, duos, trios, large ensembles, troubadours, accordion driven punk groups, yodeling jugglers, etc.) with a fantastic space to let your talent shine. Play alone or backed by our house musicians. Drum kit, all amps and sound engineer provided! Click here for more information. Doors open at 7pm & There is no cover charge.

Tuesday, October 14th, 2014

BOYZ II GENTLEMEN- featuring members of The Quick and Easy Boys and Excellent Gentlemen (FREE!!) Doors @ 9, Music @ 10:00pm

Members of Portland’s two biggest party bands join forces for an epic show heavy on dance hits from back in the day to the here and now. When the Quick and Easy Boys meet the Excellent Gentlemen you get uncut good times and total Jam City. Come party! Like all Tuesdays here at the goodfoot, it’s free!!!

Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

OU w /AMY DENIO, ALL THE APPARATUS,; Doors @ 9, Music @ 10:00pm

OU is a sextet based in Rome, Italy; the three women are Sardinian, the three men pure Romans, and together they take you on a Mediterranean joyride of vivacious original compositions with a folk sensibility, jazz with fiercely funky rhythms, topped with gorgeously lush vocals, sung in Sardinian, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and English. Composer/trumpetist/ukelelist/vocalist Ersilia Prosperi brought together her musical colleagues and founded OU in Rome in 2012. The band also includes Sabrina Coda (alto & soprano sax, voice); Martina Fadda (voice); Luca Venitucci (piano, Hammond B3 organ, Fender Rhodes, voice); Claudio Mosconi (electric bass, voice), and Cristiano De Fabritiis (drums, vibraphone, glockenspiel, voice).
Part circus sideshow, part bourbon-soaked blues, and part enchanting musical ruckus, All the Apparatus is like the best pirate radio station you’ve ever heard, skipping around the musical spectrum, offering original gems to lovers of all genres with each song. Forged during countless hours of street corner performances, this eleven piece band’s raucous energy was captured by producer David Eaton, who formerly worked with the likes of Polyphonic Spree and Dynamite Hack. Eaton followed his ears down the city streets and found All the Apparatus playing their hearts out to Portland’s pedestrians and the rest was history. $7

Thursday, October 16th, 2014

GOODFOOT ALL-STARS; Doors @ 9, Music @ 10:00pm

Join us as we welcome a collective of our favorite musicians for an evening dance and drink! Featuring current or former members of Leftover Salmon, Everyone Orchestra, Les McCann and so many other great projects, this band is primed to keep the dance floor packed and the sweat pouring! $7

Friday, October 17th, 2014

SOUL STEW FEATURING DJ AQUAMAN (9pm); @ 9:00pm

The classic Friday night of funk, soul and breakbeats with DJ Aquaman. $5.

Saturday, October 18th, 2014

ROBERT WALTER’S 20th CONGRESS; Doors @ 9, Music @ 10:00pm

Robert Walter performs all his own stunts. For 20 years, the San Diego native has been pulling drawbars and pushing the limits of the Hammond B3 organ. Walter helped form the the Greyboy Allstars in 1993 with Karl Denson, Elgin Park, Chris Stillwell, Zak Najor, and DJ Greyboy. Influenced by soul-jazz and funk records from the 1960s and 70s, the band juxtaposed jazz improvisation and dance music. They continue to record and perform to a committed fan base. The Greyboy Allstars also served as the band for Robert’s first solo record, Spirit of ’70 which also featured saxophonist and Miles Davis sideman Gary Bartz.
In the late 1990’s Walter started his own group Robert Walter’s 20th Congress to showcase his composing. The band became known for its live performances and toured throughout the 90’s and 2000’s. They recorded three albums Health and Fitness, Money Shot and Giving Up the Ghost. Band members included Cochemea Gastelum (Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings), Stanton Moore (Galactic), Joe Russo (Furthur and Benevento-Russo Duo), George Sluppick (Mofro and Chris Robinson Brotherhood), Mike Fratantuno (Black-eyed Peas), Chuck Prada and Will Bernard. During this period Robert also recorded There Goes the Neighborhood with jazz-funk pioneers Harvey Mason, Chuck Rainey, Phil Upchurch and Red Holloway. $15 advanced ticket price (purchase tickets HERE)/$17 at the door.

Sunday, October 19th, 2014

Drink and Draw @ 8:00pm

Come out and draw with us 8pm – close. All skill levels are welcome.

Monday, October 20th, 2014

Sonic Forum @ 7:00pm

Monday nights are filled with endless possibilities… Sonic Forum Open Mic Night provides musicians and artists (solos, duos, trios, large ensembles, troubadours, accordion driven punk groups, yodeling jugglers, etc.) with a fantastic space to let your talent shine. Play alone or backed by our house musicians. Drum kit, all amps and sound engineer provided! Click here for more information. Doors open at 7pm & There is no cover charge.

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

THE RIVERA, SCREENS; Doors at 9, Music @ 10:00pm

La Rivera is the vehicle for the raw and soaring music of longtime Portland songwriter
Joshua Rivera. The band’s compositions are rich, harmony-laden echoes of classic rock with a
novel pulse, a psychedelic warmth, and unique meandering through improvisatory territory.
Screens is a band from West Seattle featuring veterans of the Seattle, Bay Area and L.A. music scenes. Screens plays Crystal Skully music; synth heavy, bass driven, trip-pop anthems. Like a John Hughes movie on acid. Like The Journey of Natty Gann. On acid. Integrating visual elements into every live performance, Screens ushers the audience into their pixelated outer space fantasy game. Mapping a musical odyssey in the days of the pre-singularity for your listening pleasure. $6

Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

DARK MATTER TRANSFER, YAK ATTACK; Doors @ 9, Music @ 10:00pm

Portland, Oregon-based Dark Matter Transfer (aka DMT) have begun spreading their mystical, musical mastery to stunned audiences across the western U.S. Their experimental style is marked by intricate, kinetic, melodic and highly improvisational rock that brings together elements of funk, electronic dance music, the jam scene and prog (for starters). $6

Friday, October 24th, 2014

SOUL STEW FEATURING DJ AQUAMAN (9pm); @ 9:00pm

The classic Friday night of funk, soul and breakbeats with DJ Aquaman. $5.

Saturday, October 25th, 2014

GARCIA BIRTHDAY BAND; Doors at 9pm, Music @ 10:00pm

Garcia Birthday Band (GBB), is a group of veteran musicians interpreting and celebrating the vast repertoire of the late Jerry Garcia and The Grateful Dead. But this isn’t a “tribute band!” Drawing upon years of individual and shared experience, these players are able to craft and transform these tunes into something fresh and original. Solid chops, tight arrangements and fine harmonies all contribute to the band’s musical travels and explorations of one of the greatest and most diverse songbooks of all time. Always sure to raise the roof and keep the dance floor rocking, the band’s quickly growing fan base finds the community spirit and kind vibes contagious. $7

Sunday, October 26th, 2014

Drink and Draw @ 8:00pm

Come out and draw with us 8pm – close. All skill levels are welcome.

Monday, October 27th, 2014

Sonic Forum @ 7:00pm

Monday nights are filled with endless possibilities… Sonic Forum Open Mic Night provides musicians and artists (solos, duos, trios, large ensembles, troubadours, accordion driven punk groups, yodeling jugglers, etc.) with a fantastic space to let your talent shine. Play alone or backed by our house musicians. Drum kit, all amps and sound engineer provided! Click here for more information. Doors open at 7pm & There is no cover charge.

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

BOYZ II GENTLEMEN- featuring members of The Quick and Easy Boys and Excellent Gentlemen (FREE!!) Doors @ 9, Music @ 10:00pm

Members of Portland’s two biggest party bands join forces for an epic show heavy on dance hits from back in the day to the here and now. When the Quick and Easy Boys meet the Excellent Gentlemen you get uncut good times and total Jam City. Come party! Like all Tuesdays here at the goodfoot, it’s free!!!

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

CHICAGO AFROBEAT PROJECT; Doors @ 9, Music @ 10:00pm

As practitioners of a “non-traditional” interpretation of afrobeat for more than a decade, Chicago Afrobeat Project frequently reinvents itself within a genre first pioneered by Fela Kuti. The group’s latest release Nyash Up!” shows the group redefining their signature version of afrobeat by incorporating elements of hip-hop, orchestra-like musical arrangement, and stylistic explorations of rock, jazz and funk. In 2014, the group ups the ante by collaborating with master afrobeat drummer Tony Allen on a studio release slotted for late in the year. The two artists first collaborated in 2013 on a series of Midwest summer concerts and plan to work together in the U.S. in summer 2014 as well. $10

Thursday, October 30th, 2014

McTUFF, JACOB FRED JAZZ ODYSSEY; Doors @ 9, Music @ 10:00pm

The truly incredible McTuff are once again joined by indie jazz legends, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, for a round-robin, no holds barred super jam. Throw a costume on (or not!) and roll on over.
Hammond organist Joe Doria brings together the best of the NW music scene to create a powerful and jaw-dropping funk/jazz trio, exhibiting a mix of stellar musicianship, seasoned songwriting and DEEP groove. McTuff shows are a musical adventure you won’t soon forget.Joe is joined by Andy Coe on guitar and the Tarik Abouzied on drums. McTuff began in 2008 as an ode to jazz organ greats Jimmy Smith and Captain Jack McDuff, and has since evolved into a versatile and exciting group that has performed across the nation.
While navigating 20 years, 16 members, 25 albums, and countless tours around the world, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey has become an institution in modern music. Defined by evolution and change, the band has invented it’s own language, one which permeates JFJO’s sound regardless of configuration. Though there is no Jacob or Fred, the last 20 years have been a Jazz Odyssey. Beginning in Tulsa, OK in 1994 as a funky octet with MCs and horns, JFJO became an instrumental trio in 1999, a quartet in 2007, and expanded to a 9-piece ensemble for 2011′s acclaimed “Race Riot Suite.” Celebrating their 20th anniversary in 2014, this year finds the band returning to the trio setting with two new albums on the revered Brooklyn record label, Royal Potato Family.

Friday, October 31st, 2014

SOUL STEW FEATURING DJ AQUAMAN (9pm); @ 9:00pm

The classic Friday night of funk, soul and breakbeats with DJ Aquaman. $5.