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Page 6 The Cloverdale Reveille May 3, 2018 www, cJoverdaJereveiHeocom COMMENTARY Scene Seen May live music lineup S tringed instruments and jazz have a somewhat contradictory relation- ship. On the one hand, one member of the string family is considered manda- tory, even seen as a sort of litmus test as Paul Schneider to whether or not an ensemble can really be considered jazz and that is the string bass. If the cat on four strings is playing an electric, it's not "true jazz." (I happen to agree with that, narrow-minded as it sounds sorry.) On the other hand, other members of the string family, such as violins, are pretty rare birds in jazz, and cellos in jazz are sort of like Bigfoot. It's been said they exist, but no one has ever actually seen one. Well, Bigfoot is real. And cellist Jakob Szekely is one hell of a jazz player. Samples of his music on Soundcloud feature very "faithful to the tradition" versions of venerable stan- dards. Straight-ahead arrangements and a stylistic approach to soloing are very much in the be-bop and hard- bop style, but the unique timbre of the cello lends freshness. A swingin' rhythm section backs him up on drums and string bass. Jazz cellist Jacob Szekely and his Trio will be playing at THE Jazz Club at the Arts Alliance on Thursday, May 3. This will be the last Jazz Club show of the season, sending it out on a high note. The Blues Session also gets its last hurrah before sum- mer on Saturday, May 12 and will once again feature house band The Blue Lights. Come support these dedicated locals as they play their way through a wide-ranging songbook of blues, R & B and Latin jazz styles. The final Americana Night of the season will be on Thursday, May 17 and features Rita Hoskins, a native of the mountain communities in Northern California. She now resides in Davis but lives on the road, touring nationally and internationally to play and promote her music. Very much rooted in those mountains as well as the mountains of Appalachia, her songs feature strikingly poetic lyrical imagery and pleasant, musical vocals that are nonetheless aching and poignant. Her website has some excellent video examples of her music, including a couple with wonderful animations done in a style borrowing from Pacific Northwest Native American art. Very creative and whimsi- cal. She'll be playing songs from her sixth and current album, "Franke and the No-Go Road," a concept album based upon the archetype of "The Hero's Journey." Should be a thought-provoking night of enjoyable Americana music. Arts Alliance shows start at 7:30 p.m. Get tickets at the door, at the Arts Alliance or online at cloverdaleartsal- The new tradition of music on second Thursdays at Cloverdale Ale Co also known as Ruth McGowan's Brew Pub, continues on Thursday, May 10. Local Cloverdale band Big Blue House will be once again holding court with its eclectic mix of styles. They will play two sets, starting at 6 p.m featuring blues, jazz and Latin jazz standards in the first set; and yes, the bass player is playing a string bass for all the purists. Second set, though, out comes the Fender bass, and the funk breaks out all over. Any local winery folks looking for a band that can handle all sorts of events from dinner jazz to party funk should come and check these guys out. For that matter, so should anyone planning a party who needs a band -- or heck, any- one who just wants to have a good time that night. Thursday, May 10.6 p.m. Big Blue House at Cloverdale Ale Co. Make it part of your own new tradition. Other music at Cloverdale Ale Co. was not listed as of this writing, so be sure to stop by, have a brew and a burger and see who might be playing there coming up in May. Support live music in Cloverdale. Remember, they call it "playing" music, but it ain't nothin' but hard work, years of it, and having an appreciative, supportive audience is what makes it all worth it. Pa ul Schneider lives and writes and plays m usic in Cloverdale and other Sonoma County venues. If you have a musical event or wish to get in touch, he can be reached at pschneider2017@gmail, com. Foundation and It has been said that music Cloverdale Adds Resources for has the power to bring people Education, is a privately funded, together, and that is exactly the non-profit which supports the goal of the Healdsburg Cloverdale Unified School Community Band and the CARE District to provide educational Foundation. experiences for CUSD students On May 11 the Healdsburg through assistance and partner- Community Band will present a ships. benefit concert titled "Songs of All are welcome to join this the Sea," including perfor- evening of music and song in the mances by the Cloverdale High East Gym at Cloverdale High School Wind Ensemble and Coro School, 509 N. Cloverdale Blvd. de Paz, Cloverdale's community The show starts at 7:30 p.m peace choir for children, doors open at 7 p.m. "When Jim DeMartini and Tickets are a $10 donation Mel McKinney of the and kids are free. Tickets may Healdsburg Community Band be purchased at the door and in reached out to us regarding a the front office at CHS. concert partnership to support Light refreshments and bev- Cloverdale's students, we were erages will be available for pur- immediately on board," said chase and all proceeds benefit Joanne Parker, president of the the CARE Foundation and CARE Foundation. "This perfor- Cloverdale's schools. mance will be a wonderful col- Further information about laboration of musicians making this event, CARE and how to music for all to experience and a become a contributing partner great opportunity to share our can be found at mission." CARE, an acronym for -- Submitted by Mia Munselle Want 24/7 access to all our online news, views, sports and features? Visit ~~il~S~ Ni!::~;~ i~i~:~.~i~i~llli~l::~iii::~::::::~l ~i!i iij~!i~ ~ @:~::Niii!::!~@#~i::~::v .~i~@~!!::::::~ ~ ~ iii i ii ~!iil~li l!iF: ~li~f~if~ NN~ilNtl tNI .~=~"~1 ~ ~ ~ ~ !~i~i ::::: :ii~ !!ll;::::~lil )~ ~ .! 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