Saturday, September 17, 2011

‎'My Favorite Things' (1961, video) was Coltrane's first session for Atlantic with: (spotlight artist) Elvin Jones-Drums, Tyner-Piano, Steve Davis-Bass, Eric Dolphy-flute. Jones continued to influence music, bridging the gap between hard bop and the avant-garde. 'Elveen' is the younger brother of Hank (12:41) and Thad, oh yeah! HARD CHOICES Saturdays 11am-1pm KMHD 89.1FM

CALENDAR (source: Jazz Society of Oregon)

Saturday, September 17Allison Inn, Newberg: Mary Kadderly/Dan Gildea/Bill Athens, 6:30-10:30 pm
Monterey, Califronia: "54th Annual Monterey Jazz Festival"
Brasserie Montmartre: Al Criado & Tablao, 8-11 pm
Camellia Lounge: Negara - Middle Eastern Jazz, $5, 9 pm
Cinetopia Vancouver, Mill Plain: JB Butler, 6-10 pm (in the theater)
Cinetopia, Mill Plain: Mark Simon solo piano, 6-10 pm (in the bar)
Jazz Alley, Seattle: Branford Marsalis
Jimmy Mak's: Soul Vaccination, $10, 8 pm; minors until 9:30 pm
Living Room Theaters: Heather Keizur/Steve Christofferson/Dennis Caiazza, 8 pm
New Phoenix Casino, La Center, WA: Bre Gregg with the Bridgetown Quartet, 8-11 pm
Portland Prime: Mel Brown/Ed Bennett/Tony Pacini, 7:30-11 pm
Sylvan Steakhouse: Dinner Jazz 6-8 pm; Gaea Schell Trio, 8:30 pm
Tippy Canoe, Troutdale: Ollie McClay/Craig Bidondo Duo, all ages, 6-10 pm
Tony Starlight's Supperclub Lounge: Midnight Serenaders, $10, 8 pm
Touche: Kelly Shannon Trio with Randy Porter, 8:30 pm
Wilf's at Union Station: Dick Berk Trio (Dan Gaynor, piano; Dan Schulte, bass), 8 pm


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