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Hailey Niswanger

TREE PALMEDO
8 pm Friday, Aug. 1., Friday August 01 | $12. Under 21 permitted until 9:30 pm.
Jimmy Mak's
221 NW 10th Ave.
 

[HOMEGROWN JAZZ] Saxophonist Hailey Niswanger may call New York home these days, but she hasn’t forgotten her Portland roots. While she’s been on tour with Esperanza Spalding and played Fallon with Sleigh Bells, the last time she came to Jimmy Mak’s, she brought in a who’s who of local luminaries for a night of feel-good soul. This week’s performance looks to be a return to the burning, Kenny Garrett-informed neo-bop on which Niswanger cut her teeth, and she’ll be backed by Portland-via-New York heavyweights George Colligan and Christopher Brown, as well as rising star bassist Dylan Sundstrom.



Where: Jimmy Mak's
Phone: 295-6542
Address: 221 NW 10th Ave.
Website: www.jimmymaks.com

 
 

Jimmy Mak's

221 NW 10th Ave.
Portland, OR
 
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