Mary McPage & Jevon Powell have been making music together since 2003. […]
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Samba, Bossa & Baião with French Jazz guitarist Jean Chaumont, Julian Weisman on bass and Xavier Lecouturier on drums. I love Brazilian music played on guitar and don't get to be accompanied by guitarists often enough, so I'm really looking forward to this concert! Ticket info coming soon!
Lee Oskar is an internationally acclaimed harmonica virtuoso, composer, producer, manufacturer and lifelong musical explorer. He is renowned for his iconic role as a founding member, co-composer and lead harmonica player of the pioneering funk/jazz band that composed and recorded such hits as “Low Rider,”“Spill the Wine,” “Cisco Kid,” “The World is a Ghetto,” “Slippin’ into Darkness,” “Why Can’t Be Friends,” and many more chart-topping songs from 1969-1993.
Since then, Oskar and his original band mates from that era perform as the LowRider Band. Oskar also performs around the world with outstanding musicians from the Pacific Northwest, known as Lee Oskar & Friends, featuring his own new arrangements, innovative compositions and well-loved hit songs.
Artistically, Oskar has earned critical and popular acclaim for nearly four decades with his wide-ranging portfolio of unforgettable compositions evoking different moods, rhythms and genres. In the words of Seattle Times critic Misha Berson, “The harmonica man can really blow, but he can croon, too.”
Lee Oskar has earned ASCAP writing awards, and had his signature sound celebrated in Pitbull and Kesha's recent hit, "Timber," which was inspired by Oskar's harmonica contributions in the song "San Francisco Bay."
Lee Oskar established his own recording label, Dreams We Share™ in 2020. He proudly produces professional recording artists as well as his own music.
The first collection of Lee’s original works under Dreams We Share is his master work, “Never Forget”(January 2022), which serves as a culmination of his life’s work and an artistic memoir of his life.
Other recording projects with Lee Oskar & Friends featuring exciting orchestrations of his original compositions will be released in the near future.
Also under his Dreams We Share™ label, Oskar recently produced and released the much-anticipated album, “So Much Trouble,” featuring original songs written and performed by David Rotundo, a well-received Canadian artist and Lee Oskar Harmonicas Featured Artist (Dreams We Share; October 2020). This album has been highly acclaimed by critics and fans alike, performing consistently well on numerous blues charts since its release.
In addition, Oskar has brilliantly produced the work of other artists playing Oskar
compositions, including Takahiro Miyazaki from Japan, who Oskar considers to be one of the world’s greatest saxophone players
Oskar is proud to be a featured artist on globally recognized Playing for Change's
“Songs Around the World” album and the “Listen to the Music” project, in
collaboration with musicians around the world.
Through his company, Lee Oskar Harmonicas, he has created a special limited edition line of harmonica products exclusively available through Playing for Change to help support artists and musical education around the world.
Casey is a seasoned performer with credits including opening the Broadway Musical […]
The New Rhythmatics, a Seattle-based 5-piece, has been playing a lively, danceable mix of vintage tunes around Pacific Northwest venues since 2014. Veterans of various local and national groups, their fluid repertoire flows around the earliest blues masters, 40’s big band, 50’ country, ’60’s pop gold, and '70's swamp soul. The band offers an incredible variety of great music played with energy and a high level of musicianship.
The New Rhythmatics’ debut CD garnered rave reviews in the April 2017 issue of the Washington Blues Society’s Bluesletter and the November 2017 issue of Heritage Music Review. Relax and groove or get up and move to our fresh take on familiar and soon-to-be familiar songs!
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