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Tommy Emmanuel and Special Guest: Jerry Douglas
Tommy Emmanuel and Special Guest: Jerry Douglas Wednesday, December 5 at 8:00 p.m. The Moore Theatre, Seattle


Boy Erased, Advance Screening
Boy Erased Monday, November 5th at 7:00 p.m. SIFF Cinema Uptown, Seattle


Still Dreaming w/ Joshua Redman, Ron Miles, Scott Colley & Brian Blade
Still Dreaming w/ Joshua Redman, Ron Miles, Scott Colley & Brian Blade Monday, November 12 at 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. The Triple Door, Seattle


Karrin Allyson
Karrin Allyson CD Release Celebration ? Some of that Sunshine Tuesday, November 6 at 7:30 p.m. Dimitriou's Jazz Alley, Seattle


Jazz Caliente: The Brilliant Brazilian Guitar of Yamandu Costa
Brazil is known for producing an astonishing number of guitar virtuosi. Leading the next generation of wizards of the strings, Yamandu Costa is a unique improviser, composer and master of the 7-string guitar.


The New Cool: Return of Mark Guiliana
Among the parade of jazz stars in the Northwest for the Earshot Jazz Festival (through November 4th), one of The New Cool's favorite drummer's makes a return to Seattle on November 6th. The excitement is already building, and KNKX is giving away tickets !


Jazz Caliente: Music of Protest and Remembrance
This week on Saturday Jazz Caliente, we'll hear part of a suite written by percussionist Samuel Torres and dedicated to the victims of violence in his native Columbia. Also, from composer/arranger/educator Socrates Garcia's project Back Home, a selection in remembrance of three sisters who were assassinated in 1960 for their actions against the Dominican Republic's bloodiest dictator, Rafael Trujillo.


The New Cool: London's Sons of Kemet in Seattle
It's been a busy week at KNKX, and thanks to listeners like you, the Fall fund drive has concluded with our incredibly ambitious $600,000 goal reached this past Thursday. Thank you! Now on with the show... London's modern jazz scene continues to impress from across the pond, and Sunday night one of that city's top saxmen brings his quartet to Seattle for a show you shouldn't miss. You've heard Shabaka Hutchings on The New Cool playing sax with Tom Skinner's Hello Skinny project, Austrian band Shake Stew, and singer Zara McFarlane. He's best known, though, for Sons of Kemet . The band formed in 2011 with Skinner and Seb Rochford on drums and Oren Marshall on tuba. Theon Cross plays tuba on their new 3rd album, Your Queen is a Reptile , just released on Impulse! Records. As you might imagine, a two-drummer quartet creates a percussive sound, and the tuba provides the bass that rounds out this rhythm section. Hutchings saxophone is also very rhythmic, and provides most of the melodies in


Jazz Caliente: 2018 Earshot Jazz Festival Preview
The 2018 Earshot Jazz Festival starts on Sunday, October 7, and in keeping with Earshot's committment to diversity and variety, there's something for everyone on the concert schedule. Let's preview the shows of particular interest to Latin Jazz fans:


KNKX Student DJ Andrew Vinther
Fifteen year-old bass player Andrew Vinther is a sophmore at Mountlake Terrace High School and is KNKX's guest DJ on October 4 from 8 - 9 p.m. He is also co-leader of the band, Blue North Trio. See them live at the Red Twig in Edmonds every Friday from 5 - 7 p.m.


The New Cool turns 100, thanks to you!
This Saturday, KNKX presents the 100th episode of The New Cool. This weekly two-hour adventure through the world of cutting edge modern jazz was inspired and informed by our listeners, and wouldn't be here without your support. THANKS! We'll celebrate with more new releases, exclusive studio session performances, and a few of the world-class musicians in our own backyard who continue to make this music their own.


Jazz Caliente: The 2018 Latin Grammy Nominees
Last week, the Latin Recording Academy announced the nominees for the 19th Annual Latin Grammy Awards . On Saturday Jazz Caliente this week we'll hear from one of this year's nominees for Best Latin Jazz Album , flute master Nestor Torres. Let me introduce you to the rest of the nominees:


The New Cool: Good Times with Seattle's Bad Luck
With ten years performing together as the duo Bad Luck , Chris Icasiano (drums) and Neil Welch (tenor saxophone) continue to strain the limits of the duo format. With the release of their new album Four (their 4th, natch), Bad Luck is reining in their longform free improvisations a bit, but without losing any of their epic energy.


Jazz Caliente: Just Another Day for Cuban Pianist Harold López-Nussa
Un Dia Cualquiera (Just Another Day) is the name of Harold López-Nussa's latest trio album. He says, "The idea was to put the music and the trio together in a studio and just play, the way we three do every day, any day - like a concert in the living room of your house."


Dylan Hayes' Jazz College Days
We first encountered talented pianist Dylan Hayes performing with a trio at Centrum's Jazz Pt. Townsend camp this Summer, and we knew this young man was ready for the KNKX studios. Hayes is in his final year studying jazz at Cornish College in Seattle, and he brought a fellow student and a few friends in town for a sonic display of his skills as a player, bandleader and composer. He's been working with his own big band and the large ensemble led by Jim Knapp, as well as various small groups around town for a couple years. This Studio Session blended Hayes' talents on acoustic and electric keyboards, with terrific moments for all five members of his quintet. Having known drummer Xavier Lecouturier since high school, their collaborations were the most impressive. Especially noteworthy was their co-written song "XD", but all three originals required plenty of sheet music for all the players. In spite of the concentration on the pages, the music carried the organic feeling of having been


The New Cool: Robert Walter Innnn Spaaaaace(suit)!!
Keys player Robert Walter has been a master of funky grooves with the Greyboy Allstars , his own bands, and as a guest in various settings. With his new release, Spacesuit , Walter is breaking free from the Earth's gravity and exploring the outer limits of electronic keyboard possibilities.


School Of Jazz Triple-Play With Seattle JazzED
KNKX hosted students of Seattle JazzED's Summer Advanced Institute for a second time in August, and the kids set a new record for largest group to play in our studios. A total of 29 students split into 3 combos with mentors Riley Mulhelkar (trumpeter with the Westerlies, this Seattle native now lives in New York City), Sammy Miller (New York-based drummer who leads Sammy Miller and the Congregation), and Marina Albero (the Spanish pianist who's thrilled Seattle audiences upon her arrival in 2014). Each of the mentors stressed the importance of teamwork in jazz education, and these kids certainly got along well. Another point of mention to the students was to enjoy each moment you get to play, that seemed baked into the day with Seattle JazzED. The non-profit organization has been working hard to provide the best jazz education possible for Puget Sound area kids since 2010, and this year participation has grown to serve over 900 kids. Their space at the MLK F.A.M.E. Community Center in


The New Cool: Negative Press Project Visits Seattle
The Oakland based Negative Press Project are built from a variety of musical talents, some from the California Jazz Conservatory, but others employing skills honed in the realms of pop, rock, global folk and classical music. Together, the octet delivers a "jazz adjacent" sound that allows for countless creative possibilities. NPP will be exploring some of those possibilities at Cafe Racer in Seattle Sunday night, with the Racer Sessions jam following. Co-led by pianist Ruthie Dineen and bassist Andrew Lion, NPP's first release Seeevileyes - Civilize was comprised of original music celebrating personal moments and reflecting on life and the world around us. The group in 2015 produced cool modern post-jazz with smart pop songcraft, shining playing from individuals and ensembles within the band. Last year's sophomore release was the tribute Eternal Life: Jeff Buckley Songs and Sounds , dedicated to the late artist who produced one massively influential album, Grace , in 1994. Buckley's


KNKX Student DJ Jahnvi Madan
Sixteen year-old Jahnvi Madan is a senior at Newport High School and is KNKX's guest DJ on September 6 from 8 - 9 pm. She plays clarinet and baritone saxophone.


Jazz Caliente: Fall Forecast for Latin Jazz
Watch this space for information about upcoming Latin Jazz concerts in Seattle this fall, and more!

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