Friday, March 24th, 8:30pm
The Red Bicycle Bistro & Sushi
All-age’s ’till 11pm, 21+ after that
Jason Everett, Vashon’s own World Jazz Bassist has launched a new group that will be debuting at the Red Bicycle Bistro on March 23, 2017.
“Pandamonium is a group I have been thinking about for a few years. I wanted to showcase some of my compositions that are more funk and rock in a group that is fun to both listen to and dance to,” said Jason.
“Most of the ensemble playing I have been doing the last few years has been down in the Bay Area,” said Everett. “There are many more musicians and audience members who share my love for Indian/World/Jazz music down there thanks in large part to the Ali Akbar School of Classical Indian Music.”
“I have also been performing around the country with my solo show, including recently in Denver and New York. But I have been missing the fun of playing on a regular basis with a group and decided it was time to release the Panda!”
Pandamonium features Island musicians, Wes Peterson on drums, Tony Mann on keyboards, and Ken Jacobsen, (former islander who still teaches on the island) on guitars.
“Joining these great musicians in the musical mayhem is Steve Meyer on saxes and flute who lives in Wallingford, who went to high school with me in Scottsdale, AZ a million years ago,” laughed Everett.
“Pandamonium is all about the groove, and these guys get it!”
The show is all-ages until 11:00 and there is no cover.