Sold Out: SOLD OUT - Juno What?! Very Special All Star Line Up feat. Joey Porter (The Motet), Steve Swatkins (Allen Stone), Garrett Sayers (The Motet) and Dave Watts (The Motet) w/ Jubilingo
Sat, February 11, 2017
Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pmCervantes' Other Side
$30 Day Of Show
This event is 16 and over
DUAL VENUE SHOW
The purchase of a JUNO WHAT?! ticket will allow access to both venues throughout the night, Cervantes' and the Other Side.
There are six bands who will perform between both stages on February 11th.
** Foundation of Funk ft. George Porter, Jr. and Zigaboo Modeliste (of the Meters) w/ Special Guests John Medeski and Eddie Roberts
** The James Brown Dance Party ft. The Chase Brothers, Fred Wesley (James Brown, The JBs), Natalie Cressman (Trey Band), Jeremy Salken (Big Gigantic), Borahm Lee (Break Science/Pretty Lights Band), Eric "Benny" Bloom (Lettuce), Corey Frye (The Main Squeeze), Nicholas Gerlach (Tiger Party), Victor Little (20th Congress)
** Juno What?!
** The Workshy
guitar starting at a young age. He gained experience
coming up in the renowned music program of Hall High
School, and the local Hartford, CT jazz scene.
In 1996, Garrett was selected to join the National
Grammy In The Schools Jazz Program, an honor awarded
to only 40 people.
From 1996 - 1999 Garrett attended the New England
Conservatory in Boston where he studied with jazz
greats: Cecil McBee, Bob Moses, and Danilo Perez and
graduated with a Jazz Performance Diploma.
In addition, Garrett was selected for the prestigious
Thelonious Monk School: Jazz at Aspen summer program
Shortly after arriving in Boston Garrett formed the
Miracle Orchestra with fellow music school peers. For
5 years the Miracle Orchestra toured the country
gaining a devoted national fan base, while also
maintaining a solid local following, earning them
accolades such as Boston Magazines Best of Boston
"Best Local Jazz Group". The Miracle Orchestra sold
out numerous shows at their local haunt The House of
Blues in Boston as well as the legendary Wetlands in
New York City. The Miracle Orchestra released two
studio albums: "Coalescence" and "Forks Bends &
Spoons", and a live album: "Live Vol. 1".
Garrett was a founding member of the award-winning
jazz ensemble Dead Cat Bounce led by Matthew Steckler,
who were voted Boston's Best Local Jazz Act at the
2002 Boston Music Awards, and were winner of Boston
Phoenix Best Music Poll 2001 and 2002 also in the
category of Best Local Jazz Act. Garrett performed
with Dead Cat Bounce between 1996 and 2002 and
released two albums with them: "Lucky By Association"
and "Legends of the Nar" (Chonsky).
Between '99 and '01 Garrett performed with Bob Moses'
Mozamba, along with Sam Kininger and Neil Evans
(Soulive) and (DJ) Mr. Rouke. Mozamba performed at
several festivals including an opening set at Phish's
In 2002 Garrett joined the Boulder, CO based group The
Motet and toured the country playing over 250 shows
and festivals per year. In 2006 The Motet played in
front of an estimated 10,000 people at Bonnaroo and
shortly there after Bass Player Magazine wrote a
feature profile about Garrett in October, 2006. In
2007 the Motet performed one special gig with
Christian McBride where Garrett and Christian traded
bass lines and solos throughout the night, a career
highlight. Garrett has released two albums with the
Motet: "Music for Life" and "Instrumental Dissent".
In 2006, Garrett had the great honor of subbing for
Kai Eckhardt in his band Garaj Mahal alongside Fareed
Haque, Eric Levy, and Alan Hertz.
After performing several times with keyboard wizard
Kyle Hollingsworth (String Cheese Incident), he asked
Garrett in 2007 to join a new project called Soleside
featuring Speech (Arrested Developement), DJ Logic,
and Chief Excel (Blackalicious).
Since the Fall of 2007 Garrett has been touring the
States, Europe and Japan with Koch recording artist
Garrett has also been featured with: Carl Thomas,
Loulou (Thievery Corporation), Marcus Eaton, Goodbye
Champion, magicgravy, Henry Butler, Russel Batiste
(The Funky Meters), Steve Perkins (Jane's Addiction),
Robert Walter, and Papa Mali.
Watts has shared the stage or recorded with such names as
George Porter, Stanley Jordan, Bill Evans, Charlie Hunter,
Steve Kimock, Oteil Burbridge, Jeff Coffin, Kyle
Hollingsworth, Keller Williams, Jeff Pevar, Kai Eckhardt.
In 1998 Watts started The Motet, a progressive funk outfit
with roots in jazz, world, and electronic music. Since that
time, The Motet has toured coast to coast, building a
national performing at such venues as Red Rocks
Amphitheater, The Fillmore West, The Fillmore in Denver,
Freihoffer’s Jazz Festival in Saratoga Springs, and many
other prominent summer music festivals. As a creative
force behind The Motet, Watts produced, engineered,
mixed, recorded, as well as composed most of the material
on the band’s albums, “Instrumental Dissent” and “Dig
Georgia native, Jessica Holloway brings a fire to any stage she sets foot on, with her soulful and powerful vocals, accompanied by sizzling organ and keyboard playing. Keith Hicks provides robust vocals, and high-spirited and burning guitar leads, that pay homage to past masters while forging new ground through an eclectic amalgamation of styles. Jake Herman (percussion) and Bob Songster (bass) provide a tight and driving rhythm section, dynamically attuned to varying shifts in the band’s music, distinctly laying down a variety of choice grooves. Featuring tunes from uptempo funk to insightful ballads, Jubilingo is gaining notice through their spirited and stirring live shows, and is currently in the studio working on their debut EP.
Cervantes' Other Side
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205