Tag: tour

Catch Fourplay in Japan!

by on Aug.26, 2014, under News

Tokyo Blue Note Performance

August 30

Sapporo City Jazz Festival

September 1 & 2

Nagoya Blue Note 

September 3

Osaka Jazz

September 5 – 8

Blue Note Tokyo

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Fourplay: Next up…Japan

by on Aug.20, 2014, under Event, News


August 30:    Sapporo City Jazz Festival

September 1 & 2:    Nagoya Blue Note 

September 3:    Osaka Jazz

September 5 – 8:    Blue Note Tokyo


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Seattle, WA – 08/10/14 – USA – A Night of Fourplay – Jazz Alley

by on Aug.10, 2014, under Event


A Night of Fourplay
Sunday, August 10, 2014
TBD - All Ages Buy Tickets
Jazz Alley (map)
2033 6th Avenue
Seattle, WA, USA

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Enjoy a Night of Fourplay with a Live Audience

by on Jul.23, 2014, under News, Press &Reviews


Fourplay’s keyboardist Bob James, bassist Nathan East, drummer Harvey Mason, and guitarist Chuck Loeb make a stop at one of their favorite places —Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley in downtown Seattle — August 7-10. The Grammy-nominated, contemporary jazz supergroup’s been in the middle of its “Night of Fourplay” tour world-wide to promote the 2012 hit recording Esprit De Four, with plans to record a silver anniversary album next.

Yesterday, East confirmed the recording plans: “We’re in the process of writing our next album, which will be a celebration of Fourplay’s Silver Anniversary! It’s hard to believe that it’s coming up on 25 years since our first release in 1991, but I guess time flies when you’re having fun.”

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Don’t miss out on Fourplay in June!

by on Jun.07, 2014, under News

June Tour Dates

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June 8 – Charlotte, NC @ 9:00 pm

Belk Theater @ Blumenthal PAC


June 19 – Alexandria, VA @ 7:30 pm



June 20 & 21 – Annapolis, MD @ 8:00 pm

Ram’s Head On Stage


June 22 – Elkhart, IN @ 1:00 pm

Elkhart Jazz Festival


June 24 – Rochester, NY @ 8:00 pm

Rochester International Jazz Festival

Kodak Hall @ Eastman Theatre


June 25 – Glenside, PA @ 9:00 pm

Keswick Theatre


June 27 & 28 – Boston, MA @ 8:00 pm & 10:00 pm

Scullers Jazz Club

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Birmingham, Alabama – 06/06/14 – U.S. – Steel City Jazz Festival – Linn Park

by on Jun.06, 2014, under Event


Steel City Jazz Festival
Friday, June 6, 2014
TBD - All Ages Buy Tickets
710 20th Street N.
Birmingham, Alabama, U.S. 35203

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Don’t Miss Chuck Loeb Live in May!

by on May.05, 2014, under News




MAY 15

Big Blue’s River Raisin Nights, USA


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Last Chance to Catch Chuck Loeb in April!

by on Apr.22, 2014, under News


Spring Tour Schedule

April 25, 2014


Akron, OH


April 27, 2014

Seabreeze Jazz Festival

Panama City, FL


April 28, 2014

King Center of the Performing Arts

Melbourne, FL

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Nathan East: The Eddy Meuwese Interview

by on Jan.22, 2014, under News, Press &Reviews

October 2013 - Small

Hi Nathan, it’s very nice of you to participate in an interview with me. You are part of the Toto family so many fans would love to hear some more about this great bass-player who is playing for them now on the Toto stage. We’ll be talking about your Toto connection soon but first we all like to learn some more about you so an obvious but important question to start an interview with a musicians is, when did you start playing music, who taught you and which musicians inspired you to start playing music? And do you play more instruments besides the Bass-guitar?

As young children several members of our family took private piano lessons including me.  At about age 10 or 11 I can remember watching one of the Charlie Brown television specials listening to the music and being very drawn into the “cool piano” being played by Vince Guaraldi. This inspired me to inquire at my jr. high school about studying piano at school.  Piano wasn’t available but I was offered any of the stringed orchestra instruments to study, violin, viola, cello or contra bass.  I chose cello primarily because the violin and viola seemed too small and the upright bass was a bit too big. I then played cello in the school orchestra for the next three years.

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