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|Summary||Jam Dawgs jam session|
|Beginning DateTime||11th December 2008 Thursday AM 7:30 (GMT-08:00)|
|Finishing DateTime||11th December 2008 Thursday AM 11:30 (GMT-08:00)|
|Description||Vino Bella and The JamDawgs are excited to announce the new Vino Bella Jazz Jam hosted by the JamDawgs every Thursday night starting Thursday, November. 6, from 7:30 to 10:30 PM.
So if you?re an Intermediate to Advanced player who would like to network with other peers and get up on stage for some play-time, then come on down and JAM with the JamDawgs and friends! The JamDawgs provide a platform for great talent (along with a few legends here and there...) to get out and play their instruments, network with others and yes, even be discovered! Bring your sticks, axes, harps, keys and yah, even cow bells, oh... and keep bringing your friends with you, as you always do! Vino Bella, great house PA system, lights, fantastic wine, beer, coffee and appetizers, plus a great atmosphere! And hey - If you don?t play an instrument that?s ok! Just come and enjoy all that Vino Bella has to offer.
For more information on the JamDawgs, please visit www.jamdawgs.com
The JamDawg Jazz host trio for the Vino Bella Jazz Jam is:
BASSIC SAX at http://www.bassicsax.com
Bassic Sax is a unique husband and wife team that consists of well known Seattle Musicians, Scotty Harris on saxophone and Lissa Ramaglia on upright and electric bass and vocals. Their repertoire covers jazz standards, originals and their own approach to popular artists, such as Bob Marley. On drums will be Chris Leighton, a well known jazz and blues drummer that performs with several bands in Seattle.
Collectively, Bassic Sax have performed with the following artists: Delbert McClinton, Kim Wilson, Lydia Pense and Cold Blood, Otis Clay, Ike Turner, John Mayall, Ann Wilson, John Hammond, Cocoa Montoya, Steppenwolf, James Cotton, Winona Judd, Ray Charles, Kid Ramos, Roger Fisher, Blue Oyster Cult, Lee Oskar, Mean Willie Green (Neville Brothers Drummer), Johnny Bassett, Chris Barron, Tony Coleman (B.B. King?s Drummer), Eddie Money, Kenny Blues Boss Wayne and Burnside Recording Artist, Duffy Bishop. For band bio and more information, please visit http://www.bassicsax.com
|Last Modified||24th September 2010 Friday|
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