Traditions Café brings highly acclaimed piano and vibraphone player Joe Baque to the stage. Baque has been playing music for audiences since he was six, and has spent his life performing jazz in cabarets, clubs and concert halls across the country. He’s even worked with Louis Armstrong, Zoot Sims, and Lena Horne. He’ll be accompanied by Carol Baque on vocals and Steve Luceno on bass. The Olympian
calls Joe Baque a "philosopher and mentor to dozens of area musicians--fledglings and professionals alike. He is the pied piper of music, attracting an unlikely audience everywhere he goes...Playing with meticulous precision, he interprets the minutest details of a song's interior."
When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 7
Where: Traditions Café and World Folk Art,
300 Fifth Ave. SW, Olympia
How much: $10-$15