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Pete Christlieb



Highway 99 Debut of The Tall & Small Big Band

HighWay Ninetynine MC

May 9, 2018, Wednesday 8 PM - 10:30 PM


Highway99 Blues Club
1414 Alaskan Way
Seattle, WA
(206) 382-2171

HIGHWAY 99 DEBUT OF PETE CHRISTLIEB’S TALL & SMALL BIG BAND – renown tenor sax player ( Tonight Show, Steely Dan, etc...) brings in his hard charging jazz band

Pete Christlieb and Linda Small

saxophones: Tracy Knoop, Jeff Kashiwa, Jack Klitzman, Bill Ramsay
brass: Morris Northcutt, Barry Caldwell, Linda Small Christlieb
drums: Tim Malland bass: Nate Omdal and piano: John Hansen

The Tall & Small Big Band was born out of collaboration of Pete Christlieb (tenor sax) and his wife Linda Small (trombone). This LA based group is an eleven-piece powerhouse of big band jazz, with the spontaneity that comes with such a talented, tight-knit group of musicians.

Pete Christlieb was born to a musical family, his father a world famous double reed player. His career started right out of high school, and just blossomed from there. He performed with the Tonight Show for over 20 years, the Glen Campbell show, Bill Cosby show, and Star Trek, among many others. Musicians he has worked with include Chet Baker, Count Basie, Tom Waits, Steely Dan, Sammy Nestico, Michael Buble, and Seth MacFarlane among many others.

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Susan Pascal Quintet w/ Pete Christlieb "Remembering Stan Getz"

Suesan Pascal Pete Christlieb

April 6, 2018, Friday 8 PM - 10:30 PM


North City Bistro
1520 NE 177th Street, Shoreline WA 98155

“Remembering Stan Getz”

Susan Pascal Quintet w/ Pete Christlieb
Feat: Bill Anschell piano, Chuck Deardorf bass, & Mark Ivester drums

The Susan Pascal Quintet featuring special guest tenor saxophonist Pete Christlieb presents "Remembering Stan Getz". The band revisits the music of Getz, highlighting his work with vibraphonists Cal Tjader and Gary Burton. The all-star group features tenor titan Pete Christlieb, vibraphonist Susan Pascal, pianist Bill Anschell, bassist Chuck Deardorf, and drummer Mark Ivester.

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