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B# Music Society Presents---

Tall and Small at B # coffee

October 26, 2017, Thursday 8 PM - 10 PM

New Frontier Lounge

301 E 25th St, Tacoma, Washington 98421

Presented by The B Sharp Music Society, dedicated to the presentation and promotion of live music:

Pete Christlieb and Linda Small
The Tall and Small 11 Piece Band NW

featuring: Pete Christlieb saxophones and Linda Small trombone
saxophones: Travis Ranney, Jeff Kashiwa, Jack Klitzman,Bill Ramsay
trumpets: Kevin Seely, Ollie Groenewald
piano: David Deacon Joyner bass: Michael Glynn drums: Tim Malland

cover $10. two for $15

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"Pete Christlieb is probably one the world's most famous anonymous tenor saxophonists."
-all music


'Pete Christlieb is a jazz bebop, West Coast jazz and hard bop tenor saxophonist. Christlieb was born in Los Angeles, California and is the son of bassoonist Don Christlieb. Christlieb has worked with many musicians, such as Tom Waits, Louie Bellson, Chet Baker, Woody Herman, Count Basie, Steely Dan, Warne Marsh, Doc Severinsen, The Tonight Show Band, Bob Florence, Frank Mantooth, Gary Urwin, Phil Kelly, and Bill Holman."
-Wikipedia

The career of Linda Small spans the gamut from big band to symphonic work. She received her Bachelors degree from the New England Conservatory and additional credits from Berklee School of Music and Dartmouth. She has performed with the Boston Pops Orchestra, Boston Ballet, Detroit Symphony, Opera ala carte, as well as Symphonies both in Portland Maine and Oregon.

In the jazz arena she has played with Emil Richards, Super Sax, Don Menza, Buddy Childers, Lennie Stack, Scott Whitfield, Seth MacFarlane/ Ron Jones Influence Band, among others..Linda has recorded with various Motown artists such as Leslie Uggams, Gladys Knight & the Pips, The Dramatics, The Stylistics, Stevie Wonder.

The B Sharp Music Society is dedicated to the presentation and promotion of live music.
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