Every Thursday evening at 9. $5
We are very pleased to be hosting an evening program of adventurous improvised live music at the Khyber Pass Cafe every Thursday at 9!
Music is curated by Davu Seru, Adam Linz, Kevin Cosgrove, Paul Metzger and 6 Families.
Admission is $5.
Wine, beer and small plates will be available.
Join us in a celebration of our 3rd year of presenting adventurous music at the Khyber Pass. We host an evening of our curators performing together.
Kevin Cosgrove:: Percussive Drone
Noah OB:: Trumpet
Adam Linz::. Bass
Paul Metzger:::. Electronical Guitar
this event is not a doctors visit
this event is not a trip to grab smokes
this event is not at a beach
this event is not an artist talk back
this event is not during the summer
this event is not an MMA event
this event is not on a different planet
this event is a place where you could feel cared for
this event will not necesarrily make you feel healthy
this event is inside
this event features thoughtful folks
this event is during the spring
this event involves more than one person
this event is on earth*
carley olsen, clarinet(s)
michelle kinney, cello
adam zhaller, guitar
patrick marschke, drums n electronic(s)
earWorm is Electro-aucoust
ic music by multinstrumenta lists James Holdman, Elliot McKinley, Peter Farmer and Micahel Ethan.
First stop on the two day Twin Cities visit Arrington de Dionyso is going to kick it out at the Khyber Pass
THIS SAXOPHONE KILLS FASCISTS is a new iteration of the solo ouevre of Arrington de Dionyso (Old Time Relijun, Malaikat dan Singa) pulling up the roots of Spiritual Free Jazz to find new pathways to inspired political protest in our current age. Abstraction in music as resistance. This Saxophone Kills Fascists involves a rotating cast of top shelf collaborators.
Khyber Pass co-conspirators include.
Ryan N. Reber
Matt has been performing Hindustani vocal music both in India and North America since 2000. His other performance experience includes oud, Afro-Cuban drumming, simulogue, shape-note singing, experimental vocal performance, Thank-You-Play, and Javanese gamelan.
Guitar wizard Jon, aka John Saint-Pelvin, has been a long-standing favorite at the Khyber and we anticipate great things happening with this collaboration.
The Great Micheal Lewis performing live at the Khyber Pass
whether it is solo or with other musicians is currently being kept secret so as not to spoil the suprise