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Seth Goldstein Quintet brings funky jazz to Goat

LESLIE BREFELDsummit daily news

KEYSTONE – Seth Goldstein made his break into the Colorado music scene with the Widespread Panic tribute band The Henry Parsons Project.The bass player said he’d grown up playing classical music, but after a year at the University of Kansas as a music major, he moved to Colorado and realized he should be playing other types of music .It just happened to be at the same time the Henry Parsons Project needed a bass player. He played with the band for two tours he said, and they still get together a few times a year to play, mostly for benefits in Denver.Goldstein’s current project – the Seth Goldstein Quintet – includes Bill Lewis on alto/tenor saxophone, Christopher Rowland on piano, Jerome Salken on drums (Chad Johnson will be filling in for Salken for Tuesday’s show) and Kyle Ussery on guitar.Each of the musicians has spent time on the Goat’s stage individually or with other bands, but never together as this group.”We basically play traditional jazz standards that are funky at the same time,” Goldstein said of the band’s music. “We try to keep things upbeat.”He said they’ll also play some originals and some slow stuff, like “Georgia on My Mind,” but mostly they try to gauge what the audience is feeling and keep them engaged. The Boulder band will be at the Goat in Keystone Tuesday.Live MusicWhat: Seth Goldstein QuintetWhen: Tuesday at 10 p.m.Where: The Goat, Keystone


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