Disappear Incompletely - The Radiohead Project
Kasey Knudsen, tenor saxophone; Patrick Cress, bari and alto saxophone; Rob Ewing, trombone and electronics; Noah Phillips, guitar; Joe Bagale, bass and vocals; Jamie Moore, drums (see brief bios below)
Formed in 2006 and featuring a line-up of top jazz, rock, electronic, experimental musicians from the San Francisco Bay Area, Disappear Incompletely performs new arrangements from the Radiohead songbook. While jazz musicians have long drawn on popular music as a source of repertoire and a vehicle for improvisation, Disappear Incompletely takes a new approach, reflective of their musical generation, in re-interpreting these great songs through a kaleidoscope of styles from jazz to rock, soul, electronic, free and beyond.
Very brief Musician Credits:
Kasey Knudsen saxophone ( The Schimscheimer Family Trio, The Holly Martins and other ensembles and bandleaders including Evan Francis, Ben Goldberg, Eric Garland and Henry Hung's Klaxon Mutant All Stars, and the Ian Carey sextet.
Patrick Cress saxophone (founder Telepathy, leader the Acá Trio and Bulkleycress.)
Rob Ewing trombone (director of the Jazzschool Community Music School leader Disappear Incompletely, regularly performs with Marcus Shelby Orchestra, Weiner Kids Family Band, Karl Evangelista's Taglish, Half of Half, Aaron Bennett's Electro-Magnetic Transpersonal Orchestra, among many others.
Noah Phillips guitar (performed or recorded with Jeremy Drake,Harris Eisenstadt,Sara Schoenbeck,Nels and Alex Cline,Vinny Golia,G.E. Stinson,Steuart Leibig, Rich West,Dan Clucas, Phillip Greenlief, Fred Frith, Tim Perkis, Nathan Hubbard, just to name a few.
Michael Coleman keyboards (leader Arts & Sciences, Enjoyer and CavityFang; performed, toured and recorded with Chris Cohen, Sean Hayes, tUnE-yArDs, Aram Shelton, Joshua Smith, Kasey Knudsen, Kapowski among many others)
Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society (View)
Douglas Beach House, 307 Mirada Road
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|