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June 5, 2013 at 6:00 PM

Musical tribute to jazz drummer Pete Madsen

Pete Madsen (courtesy of the family)

Pete Madsen (courtesy of the family)

There will be a musical tribute to Seattle jazz drummer Pete Madsen at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, June 9 at the Scarlet Tree, 801 N.E. 65th St.,
Seattle. Tim Scott (Tower of Power, Reputations) and Red House will be the house band. Other likely musical guests include pianist Overton Berry, guitarist Barry Curtis (Kingsmen, Daily Flash), bassists Terry Morgan, Pete Leinonen and Andy Parypa (Sonics), guitarist Don Mock and many others.

 

Madsen, who played with Ernie Hatfield in the Inner City Jazz Quartet, among other groups, and worked many years for ASCAP, died earlier this year.

The family welcomes those who wish to pay their respects at a service at
Tahoma National Cemetery  at 1:30 p.m. Friday, June 7 . There will be a
potluck in the Ravenna area following the service.

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