Kaley Lane Eaton//Tom Baker Quartet

Kaley Lane Eaton//Tom Baker Quartet

Kaley Lane Eaton//Tom Baker Quartet

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Doors: 6pm

Tickets: $20 advance, $25 doors

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For artists like Kaley Lane Eaton who paint outside the lines, there are seemingly endless boxes to check, but few name-brand comparisons. Joni Mitchell, Björk, Kate Bush, Laurie Anderson.

On her latest album Lookout, Eaton regularly makes pressure-testing trips from the vast cosmos down to the particular details of home in the Pacific Northwest. In her words, “It’s a behemoth.” From the ever-expanding space of jazz cymbals, flute, and harp, down to the folksy pluck of her banjo — a prized recent acquisition — and the grounding chords of her great-great-great grandmother’s piano, which shipped up the Missouri River to the family homestead in Montana.

Eaton (on vocals, banjo, and piano) is joined by her core band of Chris Icasiano (drums), Kayce Guthmiller (voice and viola), Kelsey Mines (bass) and Rian Souleles (guitar, bouzouki, and baglama to perform both songs from Lookout and brand new tunes.


The Tom Baker Quartet began performing together in 2004, crafting unique sonic landscapes by combining complex, improvisational textures with unpredictable compositional structures. Guitarist and composer Tom Baker, drummer Greg Campbell, clarinettist Jesse Canterbury, and bassist Brian Cobb performed extensively for seven years, culminating in three albums: Look What I Found in 2007 and SAVE in 2009. Interrupted by geographical relocations, the band began a decade-long hiatus in 2011. Reconvening in 2022, and reassured by their unmitigated joy of making music together, the band has found new life and new music for a new album. They will be playing music from this new album Begin Again, recently awarded “Northwest Jazz Recording of the Year” by Earshot Jazz.

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Date And Time

Wednesday, May 8, 2024 @ 07:00 PM


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