LIVING DAYLIGHTS with Special Guests

LIVING DAYLIGHTS with Special Guests
Event on 2017-07-22 20:00:00
7.22 Saturday (Jazz / Funk) Nectar & The PBJ Present: LIVING DAYLIGHTS with special guests tbd adv / dos 8pm doors 9pm show 21+ Nectar Lounge 412 N 36th St BOOTH RESERVATIONS NOW AVAILABLE! We are a majority standing-area venue with seating on our heated and covered patio as well as our newly remodeled mezzanine.  All seating is first come first serve however, we do have eight booths available for reservations on our mezzanine. Booths 1-6 seat two to four people, booth 7 seats five and booth 8 seats six to eight. All table reservations are now made at checkout.  Booth reservations are sold on a first come first serve basis. Reserve multiple booths for larger parties and we will seat you together. See "Additional Items" on the bottom of checkout page for available booths. If you do not see “Additional Items” unfortunately all booths are SOLD OUT. We try our best to guarantee your reservation all night, though we ask you to arrive within 2 hours after doors open. We no longer reserve high top tables behind booths but we encourage people to arrive early to claim available space. We offer food service once doors officially open.  See listing above for specific door time. LIVING DAYLIGHTS Website This explosive jazz trio is one of the most exciting jazz groups in the country today, mixing the fun of funk and soul-jazz grooves with the edgy punch and teeth of the avant-garde. They tour nationally and internationally, in festival and clubs, opening for and playing with the likes of John Scofield, Groove Collective, Wayne Shorter, Maceo Parker, Soul Live, Deep Banana Blackout, and many others in the jazz/jamband community. The combination of saxophone, bass and drums presents the audience with a live experience like few others – one moment relaxed and grooving, one moment with a sax attack that will knock you backwards. The band currently has three releases out on Liquid City Records: Falling Down Laughing (1995), 500 Pound Cat (1998), Electric Rosary (2000) and Night Of The Living Daylights (2003)."There really aren't any bands out there that sound like Living Daylights; that's what made me take notice. You look back on the traditional jazz fusion bands, the Weather Reports of the world… and you can make comparisons, but these guys are way more modern in the way they approach things." — All Things Considered, National Public Radio, December 2000."Hard-driving, steamy and funky jazz is what Seattle's latest power trio, Living Daylights, is all about… [their] energy level falls somewhere between Nirvana and the Charlie Hunter Quartet." -Larry Kelp, San Francisco Chronicle & Examiner

at Nectar
412 North 36th Street
Seattle, United States

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