Seales Brothers Band

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Earshot Jazz says
After tearing it up at last year’s festival, we are bringing Marc and Jesse Seales, brothers and leading figures of separate Seattle scenes, back to the Royal Room for an encore performance.

Jesse Seales, a Bellingham blues- and rock-drenched jazzer and educator, was a founder of Stypes, one of the most notorious bands based out of Tacoma at the time. They worked the circuit for 15 years. As an avid traveler and Francophile, he has lived and studied in France, and expanded his knowledge of non-Western musical forms over the past two decades, further broadening his experience as a recording artist. He joined the pop-rock cover outfit Notorious 253 in May 2014.

Joining him is the celebrated Marc Seales, jazz professor at UW, bandleader, and recent inductee into the Seattle Jazz Hall of Fame. The force behind the Marc Seales Quartet’s expansive trilogy, American Songs, he has been described as sounding like a pre-funk Herbie Hancock, with hints of Bill Evans. Adding gas to the fire tonight are tenor saxophonist Stuart McDonald, bassist Evan Flory-Barnes, and LA drummer Lucas Moyes Jr.
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By: Earshot Jazz

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