Jared Michael Nickerson

Jared Michael Nickerson

More About The Sunday Bump & The W.O.W. Hall & Community Center for the Performing Arts (CCPA)

More About The Sunday Bump & The W.O.W. Hall & Community Center for the Performing Arts (CCPA)

The Sun­day Bump is an eight-piece neo-soul fusion band from Eugene ded­i­cat­ed to push­ing the bound­aries of funk, jazz and pop to the absolute lim­it. Band mem­bers are Lee Burlingame, Luke Broad­bent, “The” Sam Dale, Charles DeMon­nin, Ian Michael Lind­say, Ken Mas­tro­gio­van­ni, Max Pin­der, Sou­vagi­ni Paul, Keenan Dorn and Justin Kiatvongcharoen. Face­book Band­camp The cor­ner […]

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What’s in a Sweet Sticky Songbook …

How about a dol­lop of The Ohio Play­ers … Roger Trout­man & Zapp … Lake­side … Junie Mor­ri­son … Heat­wave … Slave … Aur­ra & … Steve Arrington’s Hall of Fame. Then there might also be a dab of Faze-O … Sun … Day­ton and Platy­pus.   Sug­ar Fam­i­ly and Friends … can you “taste” the […]

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More About Piper Carter, Bryce Detroit and Greg Tate

As part of the D.I.A.’s Trib­ute to Detroit Hip Hop, Greg Tate will have a con­ver­sa­tion with Piper Carter, founder of the Foun­da­tion of Women in Hip Hop, and Bryce Detroit, music pro­duc­er and founder of Detroit Record­ings accom­pa­nied by the BSA~GR Cru. Piper Carter says in an Urban Inno­va­tion Exchange arti­cle writ­ten by MJ Gal­braith […]

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More About Jenny Risher, DIA’s “Friday Nights Live”, Duminie Deporres & The BSA~GD

D-Cyphered: Por­traits by Jen­ny Rish­er will take view­ers on a pho­to­graph­ic time­line that makes up the sto­ry of the Detroit hip-hop scene. Often over­looked by the move­ments in New York and Los Ange­les, Detroit’s hip-hop his­to­ry is deeply shaped by the var­i­ous ele­ments of Motown and Detroit tech­no. Since the emer­gence of Eminem and his […]

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PDX … Soul’d Out Productions & The Jack Russell Revue Two Times

Begin­ning oper­a­tions in 2003, PDX Jazz is a non-prof­it cul­tur­al arts orga­ni­za­tion and the pre­sen­ter of the Port­land Jazz Fes­ti­val. Con­ceived by for­mer Mt. Hood Fes­ti­val Artis­tic Direc­tor Bill Roys­ton, the pro­posed annu­al event was award­ed a three-year city gov­ern­ment grant with co-founder and part­ner Trav­el Port­land (for­mal­ly POVA). The Festival’s man­date was estab­lished as […]

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More about Portland Jazz, Soul’d Out Productions & The Jack Russell Revue & “We Insist! Freedom Now” Suite

Begin­ning oper­a­tions in 2003, PDX Jazz is a non-prof­it cul­tur­al arts orga­ni­za­tion and the pre­sen­ter of the Port­land Jazz Fes­ti­val. Con­ceived by for­mer Mt. Hood Fes­ti­val Artis­tic Direc­tor Bill Roys­ton, the pro­posed annu­al event was award­ed a three-year city gov­ern­ment grant with co-founder and part­ner Trav­el Port­land (for­mal­ly POVA). The Festival’s man­date was estab­lished as […]

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National Sawdust … Rider & a “caramelized” Ticket Link for the Late Show (9pm)

Nation­al Saw­dust (NS), an unpar­al­leled, artist-led, non-prof­it venue, is found­ed with an expan­sive vision: to pro­vide com­posers & musi­cians across gen­res a home in which they can flour­ish, a set­ting where they are giv­en unprece­dent­ed sup­port and resources essen­tial to cre­ate, and then share, their work; shar­ing the build­ing with NS … the brain­child of […]

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National Sawdust ... Rider ... and a BSA "caramelized" Ticket Link

National Sawdust … Rider … and a BSA “caramelized” Ticket Link

Nation­al Saw­dust (NS), an unpar­al­leled, artist-led, non-prof­it venue, is found­ed with an expan­sive vision: to pro­vide com­posers & musi­cians across gen­res a home in which they can flour­ish, a set­ting where they are giv­en unprece­dent­ed sup­port and resources essen­tial to cre­ate, and then share, their work; shar­ing the build­ing with NS … the brain­child of […]

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More about The A.G.O. & The Skyline Concert Series

The Art Gallery of Ontario is locat­ed on Dun­das Street in the heart of the city of Toron­to. Walk­ing dis­tance from Yonge-Dun­­das Square, the Toron­to Eaton Cen­tre and Chi­na­town, the AGO is easy to plan into your itin­er­ary. As the cul­tur­al cen­tre of Cana­da, the city of Toron­to is one of the most diverse and […]

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More about the Hoboken Arts & Music Festival

Pre­sent­ed by May­or Dawn Zim­mer, Geri Fal­lo & the City of Hobo­ken this will be the 24th edi­tion of the Hobo­ken Arts & Music Fes­ti­val. There will be two stages of live music with Over­lake, The Karyn Kuhl Band fea­tur­ing Syd Straw, The Demo­li­tion String Band, Glenn Morrow’s Cry for Help, Mike Daly & The […]

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More about Stefanie Batten Bland, SBB Dance Co. & “Patient(ce)”

Provoca­tive, prodi­gal dar­ling of the dance world, Ste­fanie Bat­ten Bland began her career in New York City, crossed the Atlantic and took roots in Europe for more than a decade, and then returned to Man­hat­tan to lead her troupe, SBB Com­pa­ny, to dizzy­ing heights of inven­tive­ness. Since found­ing the ensem­ble in 2008 in France, the […]

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We Insist ! Freedom Now — M’Boom, M’Boom, M’Boom — All The Muses of the Drummer ~ Punta Giara Cultural Association Press Release

“On the bor­ders between Sar­dinia and Jazz” Fes­ti­val per­forms the XXXII edi­tion it’s a yet anoth­er expres­sion of love, towards the con­tem­po­rary lan­guage of music and, in par­tic­u­lar, of jazz. The Fes­ti­val will have the intact strength and the atti­tude that has always char­ac­ter­ized this event : “the curios­i­ty”. It starts from the past, that […]

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Burnt Sugar Smokehouse March 23, 2017

Burnt Sugar Smokehouse March 23rd @ C’Mon Everybody BK

This being the tres Thurs­day in a row … you know the dealio … 6pm Doors with Hap­py Hour rag­ing till 8pm 7–7:20 DJ Spirit­hood 7:20–7:50 — Burnt Sug­ar Arkestra 8–8:50 — Avram Fefer’s Rivers On Mars fea­tur­ing Greg Tate 9–9:50 — D Max’s Ter­res­tri­al Reset 10–11 — Burnt Sug­ar Arkestra 11–11:30 — #Moist Paula […]

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Burnt Sugar Smokehouse March 16, 2017

Burnt Sugar Smokehouse March 16th @ C’Mon Everybody BK

6:30 PM Doors with Hap­py Hour going till 8pm 7–7:20 DJ Spirit­hood 7:20–7:50 Burnt Sug­ar Arkestra 8–8:50 —  JS Williams’ Altered Pro­gres­sion 9–9:50 — Bri­an Tate’s Shrine for the Black Madon­na 10–11 — Burnt Sug­ar Arkestra 11- Mid­night — DJ Spirit­hood Any trou­ble stay­ing toasty … head to the BSA “Smoke­house and we’ll roast ye!

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