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Friday, October 12th – 9-11 pm – the late show!
Telepathy
 

$20 cover charge; $10 for students/musicians/low income.

Patrick Cress – alto, tenor and baritone saxophones
Michael Bello – tenor saxophone
Peter Barshay – upright bass
Jeff Marrs – drums

Telepathy has carried the torch for original Bay Area jazz for 16 years and counting, since 2002, recording four albums, touring nationally and internationally and fearlessly committing to their original compositions. The band’s sound is inspired by Ornette Coleman’s keyboardless quartet with full-on commitment to their quest. Band members have come and gone, and their trajectory is irresistible.

Check their soundcloud site at:
https://soundcloud.com/mercury-falls/telepathy-gags-the-grass-isnt-always-greener-on-the-other-side .

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