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Bridgetown Sextet, Phil Favorite

BRETT CAMPBELL
9 pm., Friday November 29 | $10.
Duff's Garage
2530 NE 82nd Avenue
 
[RETRO JAZZ] As long as we’re entering the season of honoring traditions, how about celebrating the stomping, vintage jazz that was America’s first great contribution to music history? The local Bridgetown Sextet, featuring some of the city’s top jazzers, has lost trumpeter-pianist Andrew Oliver to London but welcomes new trumpeter Thomas Barber, who’s performed with Wynton Marsalis, Brian Blade, Paul Simon and other stars. Cofounder and stride specialist Scott Kennedy keeps the piano pumping, while the other members contribute experience in New Orleans proto-jazz, Chicago-style deep-dish ’20s hot jazz, early swing and other rootsy jazz. 

Where: Duff's Garage
Phone: 234-2337
Address: 2530 NE 82nd Avenue

 
 

Duff's Garage

2530 NE 82nd Avenue
Portland, OR
97220
 
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