The decorated jazz veteran, now 79, sounds younger than ever on his new album, In The Mood.
Industrial Revelation perform “End Of Courtesy” live in the KPLU studios hosted by Abe Beeson. “End Of Courtesy” is composed by Ahamefule J. Oluo, led by D’Vonne Lewis, and features Evan Flory-Barnes, Josh Rawlings, and Ahamefule J. Oluo.
One of Seattle’s most sought-after bands, Industrial Revelation, performed live in the KPLU studios hosted by Abe Beeson. Track List: End Of Courtesy Old Man Soul Ingathering This excerpt from a recent Seattle Magazine article entitled, “The 50 Bands Rocking Seattle Right Now,” provides a great description of the band: With D’Vonne Lewis on drums, Evan Flory-Barnes on [...]
Jane Monheit performing “The Man That Got Away” live in the KPLU Seattle studios.