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John Nastos Quartet

Woodwind aesthetic: modern jazz from multi-instrumentalist John Nastos.

John Nastos saxophone, woodwinds, EWI
Greg Goebel piano
Garrett Baxter bass
Michael Raynor drums

Multi-instrumentalist John Nastos was born and raised in Portland, Oregon, where he found his love of music while exploring the vibrant local music scene.

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Fundraiser May 8th

Help Fund Our Piano, Stage Lighting and Sound Maintenance and Improvements.

It’s easy. Buy a fish sandwich.

20% of every purchase made at locally owned Fisherman's Market (830 W 7th), Wednesday, May 8th, will go to directly support - The Jazz Station’s Piano, Stage and Lighting Maintenance Fund.

Bring this voucher printed or displayed on your phone May 8th.  It’s good for everything! (menu here) Beer, fish dinners, take and bake dinners, salads, fish market goods and more!

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Brian Ho Organ Trio

A disciple of Joey Defrancesco, Brian Ho and his trio will play originals and standards that push the boundaries of the Hammond organ trio.
 
Brian Ho Hammond B3
Hristo Vitchev guitar
Isaac Schwartz drums

“Brian Ho is a Bay Area Organist that I’m really digging these days. He sounds good, doing some cool stuff, and keeping the tradition alive…the future of jazz organ is in good hands.” -Joey Defrancesco

One-Set-Wednesday

College and high school students are provided an opportunity to showcase their talents in a one-hour gig in front of a supportive, welcoming audience – often their first performance as an ensemble leader on stage. Students learn how to contract, market and produce their own shows.

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DONATE

The Willamette Jazz Society (WJS) is a non-profit organization that relies upon the contributions of supporters like you for 50% of its operating budget. For $100 anyone can become a member of WJS. Those who donate $200 (individuals) or $400 (couples) annually to support The Jazz Station will be featured on our donor wall.

Corporate sponsors

Thank you to our longtime sponsor, Gavin McComas, proprietor of Sundance Wine Cellars and Natural Foods, for your love and dedication to The Jazz Station; and to the partners at Rainbow Valley Design and Construction for their second year of financial and volunteer support.  

Furthermore, we are very excited to welcome both Broadley Vineyards and City Lights Cinemas (located in Florence, Oregon) this year to our cadre of community corporate sponsors. With their investment into The Jazz Station, they make a huge impact on our local arts community -- and of course, keep the music playing at our venue.  

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WITH GENEROUS SUPPORT FROM OUR SPONSORS