April 7, 2015
May 6, 2014
Josh Rawlings has had a solid foothold in the Seattle music scene for several years, but the past year has seen his stock soar to unprecedented levels.
Rawlings, a 2001 graduate of Skyline High School, is an accomplished pianist who dabbles in a rainbow of genres, from classic jazz and rock to hip-hop and soul.
A serendipitous connection shot Rawlings into the national limelight. His jazz trio, The Teaching — including bassist Evan Flory-Barnes and drummer Jeremy Jones — earned a 2014 Grammy Award nomination for their collaboration on “BomBom,” part of rapper Macklemore’s and producer Ryan Lewis’ award-winning album, “The Heist.”
April 29, 2014
Master Chorus Eastside presents “Out of Africa,” a celebration of the infectious choral music of Africa and the music of the Americas that grew out of the unique marriage of African and European music.
Revel in the contagious rhythms and percussive beat of South African freedom songs and other numbers, as well as African-inspired music: jazz, gospel, spirituals, samba and more, with a percussion ensemble.
The concert is at 3 p.m. May 18, at Pine Lake Covenant Church, 1715 228th Ave. S.E., Sammamish.