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Tim Mayer! Jazz woodwind specialist & educator from Boston, Massachusetts

October 6, 2008

Waitiki @ Retro Cocktail Hour Live Broadcast

On Nov. 1,¬†Darrell Brogdon, host of Kansas Public Radio’s “Retro Cocktail Hour”¬Ě is celebrating that show’s 500th broadcast with a special concert performed by us! We are performing as our new project,¬†the 7-piece WAITIKI Septet; the band that made its international debut this summer at the Wassermusik Festival in Berlin, Germany. Tickets are now available via¬†Ticketmaster.com¬†(ticket link).

In the band for this show: Tim Mayer (winds), Helen Liu (violin), Zaccai Curtis (piano), Jim Benoit (vibraphone), Abe Lagrimas (drums), Lopaka Colon (percussion), Randy Wong (bass).

In other Waitiki news, our comic book is out! ¬†See the¬†Waitiki site for details….¬†

sick! thanks for posting this tim. can’t wait to see you in kansas. or at the charter tea room.

Comment by phf — October 6, 2008 @ 6:03 pm

I just arrived home from an almost 4-hour concert In Lawrence, KS by one of the finest and hardest working bands I have heard since the Beatles! My voice is hoarse from screaming; and I am 62 years old! Tim Mayer and the rest of the Waitiki group wildly surpassed my expectations, even though I follow them on Retro Cocktail Hour. What talent. What energy. What versatility. What a night! Watch this group, because it is going to go off the charts! Thank you, Waitiki, for a memorable experience into the past and the future!

Comment by Maureen Blair — November 2, 2008 @ 12:40 am

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