The Wolfe Awakens – Album Release (2019)
For Immediate Release – June 24, 2019
New album, The Wolfe Awakens, released by the Jim Cutler Jazz Orchestra
The Jim Cutler Jazz Orchestra is pleased to announce the release of their latest album, The Wolfe Awakens, featuring original music by Jim Cutler, Daniel Barry, and Matso Limtiaco.
They return to the stage at the Triple Door on July 7th, 7:30pm, for a Sunday night of great big band jazz to celebrate this release.
The band recently completed a 15 year run of Sunday night performances. During their tenure, the band treated thousands of audience members to original music which continued and extended the tradition of the modern big band. Additionally, the band performed music from many of the classic big bands, including Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Maynard Ferguson, Buddy Rich, and Stan Kenton. Featuring top musicians from the Seattle area, this 16 piece ensemble provided the opportunity for hundreds of musicians to perform to appreciative audiences.
Much like their performances, their new album features diverse writing styles that highlight the talented musicians who play in the ensemble, and continues to expand the contemporary big band genre. This release, their third, complements their first two, In Progress (2006) and Gimme Some Sugar, Baby! (2014).
For tickets, contact The Triple Door at 206-838-4333 or visit tickets.thetripledoor.net. Learn more about the Jim Cutler Jazz Orchestra and their latest album at https://jcutler.com.
For Real – Press Release (2003)
For Immediate Release
October 31st, 2003
Join saxophonist Jim Cutler along with his quartet at Tula’s on Thursday, November 6th, 2003 from 8:00 pm to midnight as they release their new CD entitled For Real. This is the second release by the group, which features new music by Jim Cutler, Brian Olendorf, and Philip Demaree. For Real is released on Pony Boy Records in conjunction with Jamco Music.
Their first release, JCQ – The Jim Cutler Quartet, was released in April of 2002. The quartet, which has been performing together since 2000, features Brian Olendorf on piano, Philip Demaree on bass, and Chris Monroe on drums.
Tula’s is located in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood at 2214 2nd Avenue. There is a $7.00 cover charge for this engagement. For reservations call 206-443-4221.
For more information, email Jim at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit Jim’s web site at https://jcutler.com.