Yaazda at the White Eagle

Yaazda at the White Eagle

The White Eagle (map)

McMenammins White Eagle.

We'll play some of the iconic pieces from Polish 80-90-2000 rock scene, plus bonus tracks of traditional Polish Oom-pah-pah in a punk rock arrangement. We promise to make your feet move!

BTW. This is a part of Crown the Eagle festival: A polish Heritage party at the White Eagle Saloon:
https://www.mcmenamins.com/venueevent.aspx?id=203068&venueid=303

Quadraphonnes at Grants Pass High Fundraiser Jazz Fest

Quadraphonnes at Grants Pass High Fundraiser Jazz Fest

Grants Pass High School (map)

Tell your Southern Oregon Friends! The Quadraphonnes are proud to play this event at Grants Pass High School for a great cause. Proceeds go to support the GPHS Band Boosters. The evening kicks off at 5:00pm with a dinner and features music all night including the Rogue Gold Jazz Band, Western Oregon University Latin Jazz Ensemble, and the GPHS Jazz Ensemble.

For Tickets and more information, or business sponsorship, contact Elena at 541-295-0642.

To donate items to the silent auction, contact Kelsie at 541-415-2860.

Rebirthing the Cool at the Old Church

Rebirthing the Cool at the Old Church

The Old Church Concert Hall (map)

Rebirthing The Cool: Bebop N Beyond

Local Jazz vocalist and troubadour David Watson brings his supreme band of all-stars to celebrate Bebop N Beyond! Monk, Miles, Mingus, Mulligan, and More! Starring Pete Petersen (sax), Lee Wuthinow (sax), Mary-Sue Tobin (sax), Paul Mazzio (trumpet), Stan Bock (trombone), Mark Vehrencamp (tuba), Paul Paresa (keys), Ed Bennett (bass), Ed Pierce (drums). Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime chance to see a Portland jazz legend at the historic Old Church Concert Hall.

For more information, including a link to tickets, visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/2442669742413382/

Rhythm Dogs at the Vault

Rhythm Dogs at the Vault

The Vault (map)

The Rhythm Dogs, formed in 2000 and based in Portland, play an unusual blend of groove-based jazz, funk, ska, blues, Latin, and Afrobeat. The band is made up of saxophonist Mary-Sue Tobin, trombonist Greg Scholl, keyboardist Chris Azorr, drummer Mark Burdon, percussionist Chuk Barber, and bassist Mark von Bergen. They have recorded four albums of almost entirely originals, the most recent being “The Dogfather” (2018).

You may have seen the dogs at O'Connor's, the Fremont Theater, or even at the Beaverton Farmers Market serving up some fresh beats.