Venue Details

135 Star Starred
The Triple Door
At the corner of Union and 3rd Ave. 216 Union Street Seattle, WA 98101
206-838-4333
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Member Tips

maxkash
Pretty much anything goes at the Triple door, suits to t-shirts
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geofftucker
Excellent drinks - recommend the Somerset Park (?)
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geofftucker
Wear something nicer than usual
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Jason Hintze
Try their house dinks. The Sunset Park (not Somerset) and the Ampere are great.
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Jason Hintze
Dress nicely. Still, it IS Seattle, so don't overdo it.
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Alice Kaderlan
The seats are too low for the tables! I felt like a little kid.
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Reviews & Ratings

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24 events
3 reviews
0 stars
attended Jul 01 2010

Joyce performed at the Triple Door, in Seattle, with a quartet that included a piano, bass, drums and Joyce on guitar and vocals. The performance was brilliant. Joyce is... continued

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3 stars
attended Jul 01 2010

Bolstered by her close history with some of the greatest names of the Bossa (and MPB) genre, as well as her own phenomenal talent, Joyce provided a mesmerizing show.... continued

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Website

http://tripledoor.net/Calendar/Events/July-2010/Joyce.aspx?date=...

Description

Joyce Moreno is one of the great musical treasures of Brazil. A jazz singer, composer and guitarist hailing from Rio de Janeiro, homeland of the Bossa Nova, Joyce is a sophisticated urbanite bred in Rio’s fertile jazz/samba scene whose sound mellifluously combines Brazilian rhythms, jazz harmonies and intelligent lyrics. 

Considered as “one of the greatest singers of all time” by Antonio Carlos Jobim, Joyce began her career in the late sixties and has since toured the world performing at prestigious international jazz festivals all over Europe and Japan. She has recorded in many countries other than Brazil, such as the US, Germany and Japan. Her music has also become very popular in the last few years among younger audiences and DJs, with the re-pressing of many of her early albums.