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Friday, May 8, 2015
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12:00am [12:00am] THE KYLE JESTER BLUES SHOW (cont.)
Description:
“High Energy Traditional Electric Blues and Early Rock & Roll”

Kyle Jester - guitar/ vocals/ bass
Rusty Zinn - guitar /vocals/ bass
Sid Morris - piano/ vocals
Theron Peterson - drums

After playing with Thomas Yearsley of the Paladins, Earl Thomas and Freddie Brooks,
Kyle Jester joined the Candye Kane band as her show opener, guitar player, duet vocalist and bandleader.  During his time with Candye, the band won numerous awards and released a recording called “Whole Lotta Love” which included Candye and Kyle singing a duet of an old Billy Valentine tune called “Fit, Fat & Fine”.

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Doors open 7:30

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7:00pm [7:30pm] Happy Hour & A Half
Description:
Live Music with THE RAY "CATFISH" COPELAND BAND

No cover charge
Beverage discount
Come hang out, chat and have fun!

Doors open 4:00

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11:00pm [11:00pm] KURT RIBAK
Description:
"Soulful, funky and accessible original jazz"

“Music for the jazz impurist” is how v
eteran Berkeley, California bassist, bandleader, and composer Kurt Ribak describes his work. His music is danceable yet also excites jazz fans.

Kurt Ribak - bass/ vocals
Greg Sankovitch - keys
Lincoln Adler - sax
Ross Wilson - trumpet/ trombone/ flugelhorn
Michaelle Goerlitz - percussion
Alan Hall - drums

New CD available!
Run up to Yoshi’s show May 26

Grooves range from swing, reggae, and bossa nova to bolero, boogaloo, greasy funk, and South African-spiced soca. Ribak’s compositions reflect the influence of Charles Mingus, Cannonball Adderley, and Abdullah Ibrahim.

The sound we go for is this: Charles Mingus meets the Meters.  They play at Duke Ellington's house, and Thelonious Monk and Cachao sit in once in a while.

"...Kurt’s ability to take you on a journey from the deepest waters of the Caribbean to the funky alleys of the urban jungle in one listening makes him a truly gifted original in my book." - Chris Cortez, KCSM FM

$10
Doors open 7:30