‘Soul Jambalaya’: Gospel, blues, jazz, more, at Sealth on Saturday

February 5, 2013 at 9:29 am | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools, WS culture/arts | 2 Comments

(Septimus at Soul Jambalaya 2012; photo courtesy Jeff Clark)
Saturday night, you’re invited to enjoy what’s become an annual tradition – a soul-stirring night of music in a wide variety of styles, performed by pros as well as students – all free! – on behalf of the Denny/Sealth music programs. Here’s the announcement:

“SOUL JAMBALAYA” will raise the roof at Chief Sealth International High School (2600 Thistle SW) on Saturday, February 9, 2013 @ 7:00 pm. Gospel, blues, jazz, funk, and reggae will be performed by The Total Experience Gospel Choir, Septimus, Denny International Middle School and Chief Sealth International High School jazz ensembles, and the Chief Sealth Honor Choir.

Admission is free – donations will be accepted to benefit the schools’ music scholarship program.

Many of those same performers were part of the first “Soul Jambalaya,” which we covered with multiple video clips, in 2011 (here’s our story), and returned for last year’s edition.

2 Comments

  1. If I were in town I’d come just to hear the Total Experience Gospel Choir. They always make me happy!

    Comment by Norma — 9:57 am February 5, 2013 #

  2. Sounds like a great program! Good chance I’ll be there.

    Comment by Miranda — 8:00 pm February 5, 2013 #

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