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Since it opened in a bare-bones storefront on University Avenue in 1979, Jazz Alley has been the great jazz hope of Seattle. Even in lean years, before Tula's, before the Triple Door, the club was booking the greats: Oscar Peterson, McCoy Tyner, Eartha Kitt, and many more. Now housed in a swanky, modern room on Sixth and Lenora, with 100 seats and a state-of-the-art sound system, Jazz Alley is still serving up two sets most nights to a well-heeled jazz crowd. Too bad the food sucks. The menu's a mix of dishes such as calamari, steamed clams, lamb meatballs, salmon, pork chops and various preparations of pasta. But what shows up on the plate is a disappointment. It ain't cheap either, with entree prices in the mid-$20s. If you are starving, go for the antipasti plate, which features local charcuterie. All shows are all-ages, and reservations are strongly recommended.
91.3 KBCS and the Pacific Jazz Institute at Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley present the Gerald Clayton Trio with Sachal Vasandani. Band members are Gerald C...
The young and vivacious jazz talents, Grammy-nominated jazz pianist Gerald Clayton and jazz vocalist Sachal Vasandani for two nights next Tuesday a...
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