April News: It’s All About the Crocodile, Baby

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Hello News Fans,

I hope this finds you all well and enjoying whatever weirdo weather Spring is tossing your way. Perhaps you are reading this on your new iPad, or maybe you still get my newsletter delivered by carrier pigeon. Whatever your delivery method of choice, this month's news boils down to one word: Crocodile.

In just one week, Zubatto Syndicate will begin its infiltration of Seattle's rock establishment, at the site of a most elite and legendary venue. Whether this is the beginning of a full-on invasion, or just a one-time incursion across the borders of a neighboring musical fiefdom remains to be seen. It is in your hands.

Tickets are on sale here:

I am incredibly excited about this show. If you don't know us, or missed our inaugural performance in November, Zubatto Syndicate is a 12-piece group that combines big band jazz with rock, funk, hip-hop and whatever else we can cram in there. We are extremely fortunate to be joined by the Owcharuk 5, hot off of the release of their new CD “Kobzar,” and Water Babies, hot off of being damn funky. This is going to be a great show and one you don't want to miss. Please, we even have a “Tax Day” surprise in the bag, a one-time-only tune which you'll only get to hear at this show (unless we book something on April 15 next year).

If you are in Seattle, come to this show. If you are not in Seattle, come to this show. Or at least tell some of your Seattle friends.

WHAT: Zubatto Syndicate, Owcharuk 5 and Water Babies
WHEN: April 15, 2010. Doors at 8pm.
WHERE: The Crocodile, 2200 2nd Avenue
HOW MUCH: $8 adv/ $10 day of show

Zubatto Syndicate is:
Byron Vannoy – drums
Chris Stover – trombone
Greg Sinibaldi – bass clarinet and tenor saxophone
Francine Peterson – bassoon
Chad McCullough – trumpet
Janet Putnam– oboe and English horn
Tim Carey – bass
Mack Grout – keys
Clark Gibson – alto saxophone
Jim DeJoie – baritone saxophone
Jesse Canterbury – clarinet
Andrew Boscardin – guitar

I hope to see you there!

-andrew boscardin