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 Adam Linz, Kevin Cosgrove, Paul Metzger and 6 Families.
For booking inquiries, please send links to music and dates of interest to: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for contacting us. We appreciate your submissions. We receive many inquiries about performing at the Khyber. Please be patient.
Admission is $5.
Wine, beer and small plates will be available.
What is going on here?
Tim Kaiser and Elaine Evans
doing an improv duo at the Khyber Pass
Three Musicians enter and go at it Free Jazz Style
Phil Aaron - Piano
Phil Hey - Drums
Anthony Cox - Bass
George Cartwright, saxophone
Noah OB, trumpet
Michelle Kinney, cello
Heather Barringer, percussionist
after lobbying our local representatives n performing a number of time bending rituals the year 2017 has allowed khyber pass to have a few more thursdays in the year. we are honored to have the opportunity to program music* alongside beautiful homies like paul, davu, kevin n adam. we are blessed to have emels supportive presen(ts)ce. we start our journey (from the single (1) to all that we could ever (9)) over again next year.** n we promise that we will keep working as hard as we do to make everyone feel loved.
flipt to have a couple new faces at kpass this 5thursday::
Aeysha Kinnunen \.stories
music at 9p
come early eat food n hang out
*every time the blip in the space time continuum gifts us a 5th thursday
Larry McDonough Quartet
Linz/N.O.B. Duet masters.....
FEATHERMUCKER by Ted Moore
the dream songs project
Alyssa Anderson, voice
Joe Spoelstra, guitars
with Ted Moore on electronics
Anthony Cox :: cello / bass :: check out any of the more than one hundred recordings he's been chosen to be on by musicians like Geri Allen, Dewey Redman, Dave Douglas, John Scofield, Pat Metheny, Gary Thomas, Marty Ehrlich, Ed Blackwell and Joe Lovano
JT Bates :: drums :: JT is humbled and proud to say that he was recently featured as the "the hardest working drummer in the Twin Cities" by The Star Tribune.
Paul Metzger :: guitar / banjo :: he likes to play music with others sometimes.
Anthony Cox, upright bass
Bryan Nichols, keys
Davu Seru, drums
Set one, linz on thumper
Set two, Healey, NOB, Fratztone, Harris San.
The unique and exotic International Novelty Gamelan on the final leg of their reunion tour will grace St Paul on this February evening, playing the music that has been known to make crows gather and music critics wax poetic.
Creating their own culture the members of ING have ancestors that span the globe and eventually all meet in Africa if you go far enough back according to current theories. For this show the band will perform music so abstract and primal that the names of the songs are pretty much arbitrary after thoughts.
their Album: Metalophonia will be available for sale
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1st set: John Zuma Saint-Pelvin
2nd set: Jeff Lenoch
Tonight we host 2 solo guitarists!
The night will feature:
Geroge Cartwright, sax
Josh Granowski, bass
George Marich, drums
Trainwreck delivers on time and on schedule. Don't hurt Paul's feelings by not showing up to this special aural event.
Erik Fratzke (Zebulon Pike, Happy Apple) and
Tim Glenn (The Blight, Squid Fist)
Blood Quantum is fractal doom for strings and percussion. Dissecting simultaneities within drone grids and folkloric electronics.
Blood Quantum will be joined by guitarist Luke Polipnick
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.
1st set: Adam Linz solo bass
2nd set: Omnipolitian
Ted Olsen, bass.Joe Strachan, melodica. Patrick Marschke, drums. Noah Ophoven Baldwin, Cornet
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
Issam Rafea - oud Steven Hobert - piano
The quartet returns to our favorite room. We'll be giving away a few copies of our new record that evening so bone up on your Linz trivia.
Aerosol Pike is back !! and ready to tear it up!!
Aerosol Pike is a free-improvisin
g jazz trio formed in late 2007 by partners Philip Mann and Ryan Reber along with their longtime friend and collaborator, Rick Ness. The group continues to evolve in a wholly autodidactic fashion and focuses primarily on acoustic-based "spontaneous composition".
We're happy to have Stew Frog back to the Khyber.
Scott Fultz on saxophone and misc electronics, Steve Goldstein laptop electronics and percussion, and Dean Granros will play guitar and some synthesizer most likely.