• Thunderstorm Artis

    The Jack London Revue, 529 SW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97204, USA

    *Please note this is an indoor event and that attendees will be subject to the venue's COVID policies and precautions.

    Soaring vocals meet dexterous, layeredguitar and intimate storytelling that can evoke the poetic lyricism ofPassenger in one song before sliding into the wrenching neo-soul of LeonBridges in another.

    Artis was born and raised in a large musical family on the North Shoreof Oahu, and it’s easy to find the laid-back vibe of island life effortlesslyblended with the real life experiences that inspire his music. As a Season 18finalist on The Voice, Artis wowed audiences with both his originalcompositions, including quiet acoustic track “Sedona,” and lovingreinterpretations of songs by artists like The Beatles and Louis Armstrong,with John Legend describing his tone as “magical” and Billboard praising his“earnest, uplifting presence.” Artis has played alongside modern icons JackJohnson and Booker T., as well as toured extensively with his brother, RonArtis II. He’s also a longtime featured artist at Wanderlust Festivalsthroughout North America.

  • Khruangbin

    McMenamins Edgefield, 2126 SW Halsey St, Troutdale, OR 97060, USA

    *Please note that attendees will be subject to the venue's COVID policies and precautions.
    Khruangbin (Thai for airplane, or literally "engine fly") are a jet-setting trio from Texas whose smooth, groove-heavy music is heavily inspired by Thai rock and funk from the 1960s and '70s, as well as a multitude of other influences ranging from surf rock to dub to Iranian pop. Active since the early 2010s, the group's indefinable yet singular and highly accessible sound has attracted a remarkably wide audience. Following the release of their second album, 2018's Con Todo el Mundo, Khruangbin were regularly playing sold-out concerts around the globe and their music had become a fixture of various streaming platforms. While the band's material was primarily instrumental throughout the 2010s, they began incorporating more vocals into their music in 2020. A collaborative EP with Leon Bridges preceded Mordechai, their song-driven third full-length.

  • Weedie Braimah & The Hands of Time + Adi Oasis

    The Jack London Revue, 529 SW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97204, USA

    *Please note this is an indoor event and that attendees will be subject to the venue's COVID policies and precautions.
    A Djembist, Composer, Producer and Folklorist of the highest caliber, Braimah has an almost insatiable knack to draw entire audiences into his groove, zigzagging through Africa on a breathtaking rhythmic roller coaster. His sound is the new voice of Djembe Music around the world.

    Braimah comes from a long lineage of drummers including his mother, Ann Morris, a respected jazz drummer and his father, Oscar Sulley Braimah, a world-renowned composer and master drummer. Braimah has been a performer, teacher and preserver of African culture for over 30 years and continues to peruse new musical crossings every day. He also leads his own band, Weedie Braimah & The Hands of Time, where he mounts the Djembe as the frontage presenting music of the diaspora. His band has appeared in Europe, Cuba, Dubai and the United States to name a few. Braimah’s debut album was also featured in Times Magazine as one of the top 10 albums of 2021.

    French-Caribbean singer, bassist and producer Adi Oasis (FKA Adeline) spent most of the pandemic soothing our frazzled nerves with a constant stream of soulful, heartwarming songs, including 2 EPs, collaborations with Masego, Blue Lab Beats, Pastel, Kamauu, Yakul, Jean Tonique and more. Her unique blend of funk, R&B and soul got us through the long hard months as we watched our world go up in flames, both literally and figuratively.

    With the hustle and shine (and cautious optimism) of a classic NYC immigrant, Adi’s most recent EP, Adi Oasis, included a premiere of “Whisper My Name” on A COLORS SHOW. Praised by Rolling Stone, Bass Player, Blackbook and more, the 7-song collection features a handful of previously shared, fan-favorite singles and three enthralling new tracks, including the brand new single, “Stages” ft. KAMAUU.

    Adi Oasis also produces under the moniker Night Shade with her partner  Morgan Wiley (Midnight Magic, Jessica 6). Their first cut for another artist was the sun-drenched summer jam “Mango” for Atlantic Records artist Kamauu, which also features Adeline on vocals and  bass.

    Adi Oasis has toured globally, appearing with Anderson .Paak, JUNGLE, Lee Fields, Chromeo, Big Freeda, and more, and has performed at Central Park Summerstage, Afropunk, Funk on the Rocks (Red Rocks) and Winter Jazz Fest.

  • Trio Subtonic w/ Dan Balmer

    The Jack London Revue, 529 SW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97204, USA

    *Please note this is an indoor event and that attendees will be subject to the venue's COVID policies and precautions.

    Trio Subtonic is a groove heavy power trio out of Portland, Oregon that blends genre bending funk with slow burning underground soul jazz. Led by keyboardist Galen Clark, Subtonic explores a coalescence of rock, soul, funk and jazz that simultaneously draws in listeners and pushes boundaries. Creating a sonic footprint reserved for more than just three people, Subtonic delivers soulful grooves, expansive improvisations and a deep pocket that compels audiences to try dance moves they didn't know they had.

    Trio Subtonic’s most recent release ‘Coda’ (single) is out now! Subtonic released ‘Fiction’ on the Ropeadope label in 2016 and a live album with Dan Balmer in 2017! 

    The lis­tener will find funky, groove-oriented sounds, acoustic bal­lads, and gospel-tinged instru­men­tals. Trio Subtonic’s “pop­ulist” take on Jazz means that just about every­body digs what they’re doing. Best of all, this record is “designed” well, mak­ing for a diverse lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence from begin­ning till end. –Matt Fleeger, KMHD

    No secret to North­west jazz afi­ciona­dos, Trio Subtonic oper­ate within simul­ta­ne­ously soul­ful and funk-heavy arrange­ments. High­lighted by the daz­zling key-work of Galen Clark, the trio is a ver­i­ta­ble mon­ster hybrid of jazz fusion.  –PDX Pop Now

    In an indus­try becom­ing increas­ingly over­crowded with crossover acts, Port­land, Oregon’s Trio Subtonic has carved out their own iden­tity… The trio has embraced the sounds that sur­round them and crafted a cohe­sive, expertly sequenced record that should pack dance­floors and demand care­ful lis­ten­ing.  –JazzTimes.com 

  • All Day

    42nd Annual Cathedral Park Jazz Festival

    Cathedral Park, Portland, OR, USA

    The free Cathedral Park Jazz Festival [CPJF] featuring local jazz, blues, soul, and Latin artists will take place in Cathedral Park under the historic St Johns Bridge in North Portland for the 42nd year of the festival on Friday, July 15, Saturday July 16, and Sunday July 17, 2022.

    Oregonians Credit Union and the Jazz Society of Oregon are this year’s presenting sponsors. The festival is organized by the Jazz Society of Oregon (JSO).

    CPJF is the longest-running free annual jazz festival west of the Mississippi – and Portland’s longest-running annual community event, according to organizers.


    Friday, July 15 is dedicated to the blues, starting at 4:30 pm. The featured performer is guitarist and studio session player Eddie Martinez, who played alongside Tina Turner and Mick Jagger. Friday night ends with Tony Coleman’s “Tribute to the Three Kings: BB, Albert, and Freddie.” Coleman was BB King’s drummer.

    Saturday, July 16 and Sunday, July 17 will feature a mix of jazz, soul, and Latin performers. Kicking off the day on Saturday at 1pm is the newly formed orchestra from Portland’s The 1905 jazz club. Also on Saturday is the dynamic 10-piece Latin band, Pura Vida Orquestra, playing salsa, timba, cumbia, cha-cha-cha, Latin jazz, merengue, bachata and Latin Funk, and led by Costa Rican saxophonist/vocalist Gabriel (“Paquito”) Martinez.

    Sunday, July 17, starts with the Portland State University Festival Orchestra. Greaterkind gives the final performance -the premier of “Time Sound; Albina’s Jazz Re-Imagined,” a suite of local jazz,soul, funk, and fusion compositions together with narration by elders from the Albina neighborhood, where most of Portland’s Black residents lived in the 20th century. “Time Sound” is a production of World Arts Foundation/Albina Music Trust & Brown Branch.

    “This is the 42nd consecutive year of the festival, which was started by a group of volunteers seeking to commemorate the construction of spectacular Cathedral Park,” said Rita Rega, creative director of this year’s festival and President of the Jazz Society of Oregon.

    Keep it free: volunteers, sponsors, donations needed

    “To help keep the festival free, the CPJF planning committee is seeking donations, community sponsors, and volunteers,” noted Yvonne Lerch, CPJF Managing Director.

    Those interested in sponsoring the Festival can check out https://jazzoregon.org/become-sponsor   

    Volunteers may sign up on the Jazz Society of Oregon website by emailing volunteer@jazzoregon.orgDonations can be made at www.jazzoregon.org/donate-now.


    Friday evening, July 15, 2022

    ·        4:30 pm Lauren Sheehan with Great Auntie Lo

    ·        6:00 pm Bridge City Soul

    ·        7:30 pm Eddie Martinez

    ·        9:00 pm Tony Coleman playing Tribute to the Three KingsBB, Albert, and Freddie

    Saturday afternoon & evening, July 16, 2022

    ·        1:00 pm The 1905 Orchestra

    ·        2:30 pm Trio Continuum

    ·        4:00 pm Shoehorn’s Hatband

    ·        5:30 pm Pura Vida Orquestra

    ·        7:00 pm Brown Calculus

    ·       8:30 pm Outer Orbit

    Sunday afternoon & evening July 17, 2022

    ·        1:00 pm The Portland State University Festival Orchestra

    ·        2:30 pm Mel Brown Trio

    ·        4:00 pm Rebecca Hardiman

    ·        5:30 pm Flying Eagle Band 

    ·        7:00 pm Greaterkind in the debut performance of “Time Sound; Albina’s Jazz Reimagined”

    Background- Cathedral Park Jazz Festival

                 This year marks the 42nd consecutive year of the Cathedral Park Jazz Festival, managed for the past eight years by the Jazz Society of Oregon.

    “This is a free, non-profit festival that provides the best in jazz music, blues, Latin, and soul from around the greater Portland/Vancouver community,” said Rega. “In fact, the Cathedral Park Jazz Festival is both the longest-running free annual jazz festival west of the Mississippi – and Portland’s longest-running annual community event.”

    About the Jazz Society of Oregon

                  The Jazz Society of Oregon is an all-volunteer non-profit organization501(c)(3) whose mission is to promote the local jazz scene in Portland and the rest of Oregon.  The Society supports jazz education and local charities,as well as fostering a greater appreciation of this thoroughly American art form.

                  Information on the Cathedral Park Jazz Festival, including news on sponsorships, volunteer opportunities, and the performers can be found at https://jazzoregon.org/2022-festival-live

    The 2022 festival presented by Oregonians Credit Union and Jazz Society of Oregon, will take place July 15-17, 2022 in beautiful Cathedral Park, in a natural amphitheater under the spectacular St Johns Bridge in Portland, Oregon. There is no admission charge.

  • La Dame Blanche

    The Jack London Revue, 529 SW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97204, USA

    *Please note this is an indoor event and that attendees will be subject to the venue's COVID policies and precautions.

    With her explosive mix of hip hop, cumbia, dancehall and reggae, the Cuban singer, flautist and percussionist Yaite Ramos Rodriguez, aka La Dame Blanche delivers a powerful and compelling sound which summons the spirits.

    The smoke of an inaugural cigar prior to setting foot on set, a glass of rum left backstage, necklaces, white flowers, a pristine turban: for her appearances on stage, la Dame Blanche feeds the energy of the spirits of Santeria, her Afro-Cuban religion.

  • PDX Jazz Presents: Argyle Winery Summer Concert Series - Scott Law Quartet

    Argyle Winery, 691 OR-99W, Dundee, OR 97115, USA

    Join Argyle Winery at their Tasting House in Dundee and enjoy the tunes of summer! Argyle has been a supporter of the Portland Jazz Festival for several years, and truly appreciates the creative, powerful storytelling and history this art form contributes to our lives. They've have partnered with PDX Jazz, the producers of the Portland Jazz Festival, to curate an exciting, energetic fun-filled line-up for summer 2022. Introduced last year, Argyle is proud to continue the summer concert series this year—as they celebrate our 35th year of making wine here in the Willamette Valley.

    The second artist in the Summer Music Series is the Scott Law Quartet. Multifaceted artist Scott Law is an accomplished guitar master, singer-songwriter and recording artist operating at the very highest level of his craft. Hailed as an “esteemed flat-picker” by Acoustic Guitar, Law is equally reverent and inventive on steel strings whether in a lead or supporting role. Law’s versatility on the guitar ranges from the flat-picking school of Doc Watson to the hardcore country pickings of Clarence White, Albert Lee and Don Rich, to the electric blues of Mike Bloomfield, while also giving a feel and fluidity reminiscent of Jerry Garcia.

    Tickets: All shows are $60, which includes show admission and two glasses of wine. Food from Koi Fusion will be available for purchase. Doors open at 6PM. Shows begin at 7PM.

  • Dmitri Matheny Group - "CASCADIA" Album Release

    The Jack London Revue, 529 SW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97204, USA

    *Please note this is an indoor event and that attendees will be subject to the venue's COVID policies and precautions.

    Charles McNeal saxophones

    Bill Anschell piano

    Eric Gruber bass

    Michael Raynor drums

    Dmitri Matheny flugelhorn

    A jazz celebration of CASCADIA, the new album by Dmitri Matheny, featuring “an all-star jazz band featuring some of the most accomplished musicians in the western United States” (All About Jazz) performing fresh originals, timeless classics, and more. Join us!

    Tickets and more info here: https://www.ticketweb.com/event/dmitri-matheny-cascadia-jack-london-revue-tickets/11878745?pl=jacklondon.

  • Joel Frahm Trio

    The Jack London Revue, 529 SW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97204, USA

    *Please note this is an indoor event and that attendees will be subject to the venue's COVID policies and precautions.
    Joel Frahm is known to all jazz-lovers as one of the modern icons of the tenor saxophone. An unsurpassed emotional projection and technical ability always characterize his playing which draws the breadth the American musical tradition including jazz, funk, rock and blues. His work as a leader and his collaboration with the leading players of his generation including Brad Mehldau, Matt Wilson, Jane Monheit and Ari Hoenig have established him as among the most important and exciting players of our time. The New York Times says, "Joel has established an identity ... as a post-bop saxophonist with a deft and assertive command" and the Ottawa Citizen sums it up well, "Joel Frahm is widely known in the jazz world for his effusive creativity, rollicking positive spirit, technical fluency and versatility." Brad Mehldau, Joel’s childhood friend and longtime collaborator, digs a little deeper, "When I think of Joel, I think of his sound on the tenor, big and generous, very warm and comfortable. One thing I always hear in Joel’s playing is an unapologetic emotional outpouring."

  • Low Down Brass Band w/ Reb & The Good News

    The Jack London Revue, 529 SW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97204, USA

    *Please note this is an indoor event and that attendees will be subject to the venue's COVID policies and precautions.
    The LowDown Brass Band is a uniquely strong representation of Chicago Music culture. This talented all horn band leans heavily on dancehall and street beat rhythm, with the energy of conscious hip hop, jazz, reggae, and soul. 

    Fresh off their headlining set at The 2019 Montreal Jazz Festival, LowDown maintains a constant performing and touring schedule throughout the globe. Recent performances include the World Music Fest, Vancouver Jazz Fest, Lagunitas Beer CircusChicago Jazz FestFrendly GatheringAlaska's Salmon Fest, Chicago's Do-Division Fest, Wicker Park Fest, Wakarusa, and Cotai Jazz Fest,

    Following an ambitious project titled LowDown Sounds, that included a critically acclaimed cameo by Roy Ayers on the track Everybody Loves The Sunshine, LowDown Brass Band is now touring their 2018 hip hop release titled LowDown Breaks featuring MC Billa Camp. This new record steps deeper into refining their unique sound, combining hip hop breaks with live soul samples and deep cut grooves.

    Ticket holders for this show receive free admission to Jack London’s Burly-Q Revue, Downtown Portland’s hottest late-night burlesque - featuring the finest dancers from the Rose City, the West Coast and beyond!