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By GENE STOUT
‘Tis the season for little morsels of holiday music.
Or, more appropriately, big bites.
Between now and Christmas, the largest shows of the season are lined up like oversized Yule logs, ready to light your fire. And two of them are already sold out.
First up is KNDD’s marathon “Deck the Hall Ball,” featuring Mumford & [...]
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The West Seattle Summer Fest, now in its 28th year, is shaping up to be a great party.
The all-ages, absolutely free outdoor festival is July 9-11 at the West Seattle Junction at the intersection of California Avenue S.W. and S.W. Alaska Street.
Organizers are promising a big-name surprise band, but won’t announce it just yet. And [...]
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By MIKEL TOOMBS
For once, Anat Cohen did the expected.
The Israeli-born musician, the Jazz Journalists Association’s Clarinetist of the Year for the last three years, has expanded the range of her instrument (she also plays tenor saxophone) by joining Brazilian ensembles, both choro and samba, and incorporating tango, Afro-Cuban and even Russian music into her repertoire.
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