Posts tagged Jazz
Episode 29: BrandonLee Cierley

Today’s friend of the podcast entered the Northwest music scene by way of Pacific Lutheran University, where he majored in Exercise Science and minored in music. The man is always on his grind – coming through today after back-to-back shows last night. Your bound to run into him at a jam session in the greater SeaTac area.

Please welcome, a member of soul/funk group Weather Experts and founder of the bending jazz quintet 322 – the man who will whip your ass into shape over at Olympic Athletic Club in Ballard – BrandonLee Cierley.

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Episode 24: Evan DeVries

In high school, he was in a touring vocal jazz choir and formed his first band, Futura, at age 17. His first recording came out in 2014, with friend and rapper Lucha Media – with his debut EP “Adulthood” following in 2015. He’s amidst the rollout of his second solo EP “Easy” set for release March 4th. He also just started a three-piece band The Coastals that debuted early 2019.

 Hailing from Edmonds, WA, please welcome Child #3 of 5, who delivers a shockingly amazing cover of Chris Brown’s “Yo (Excuse Me Miss)”, – a big fan of D’Angelo, Justin Timberlake, and The Neptunes (among many others) – the walking jukebox himself, Evan DeVries. 

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Episode 23: Anna St. Lee

Today’s friend of the podcast has been playing piano since age seven, studied classical voice starting at 14, classical and jazz vocal performance – as well as choral conducting - in college, musical theatre for a decade, and if that’s not impressive enough for you – she was part of Pocket Panda – an established indie rock band. Her band DATENITE is set to release its debut album The Sleepover EP, February 14th - with a release show the following night at Sunset Tavern.

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