- Seattle Music Links -

Andy Suzuki is a jazz sax player who lives in L.A. now, but once upon a time was a Seattleite.
www.andysuzuki.com

 

Chris Leighton, a very talented but twisted drummer & creator of Slim Spincter's
"Christmas Gas".

www.slimspincter.com

     

Sam Carlson was in a 50's/60's Seattle rock band called the Regents & now maintains a site with info on legendary Seattle bands from the 50's to 70's--very cool!
www.theregents.net  

 

The best Rhythm & Blues festival in Washington State. Winthrop, WA. in the Methow Valley hosts great national & local acts in a scenic site.
www.winthropbluesfestival.com

     

My nephew Chris Scott's band - 
50 Grit. Check 'em!

www.fiftygrit.com

  Seattle-area Saxophonist Danny Ward's Homepage.
www.dannyward.com/
     

Kurt Kolstad.
One of baddest drummers (not to mention a great singer & composer) to come out of the Northwest - Check out some of his music at:

www.isomedia.com/homes/koala/
 

  Dave Peck, outstanding jazz pianist & composer.
Get his music at:
www.worldjazzscene.com/davepeck.html

 

   
Jeff Simmons - Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Jeff was in local 60's bands Indian Puddin' & Pipe and Easy Chair before joining Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention. Check his site for info on his new CD at:
www.bluefoxrecords.com
http://www.united-mutations.com/s/jeff_simmons.htm
  David Lanz is a composer and pianist from Seattle that hit the big time as a New Age artist (he was voted Billboard's New Age artist.) David is branching out into Smooth Jazz arena with his latest CD on Decca Records.
www.davidlanz.com


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