Mathis Leaves Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey

January 10 / Winter Jazzfest / New York, NY
January 17 / Hailey’s / Denton, TX (w/ Snarky Puppy)
January 29 / George’s Majestic / Fayetteville, AR (w/ The Doldrums)
January 30 / Jardine’s / Kansas City, MO (w/ The Doldrums)
January 31 / Mojo’s / Columbia, MO (w/ The Doldrums)
February 10 / Winston’s / San Diego, CA (w/ The Bridge)
February 11 / Largo / Los Angeles, CA (w/ Marco Benevento)
February 12 / Yoshi’s / Oakland, CA
February 13 / Hopmonk Tavern / Sebastopol, CA (w/The Bridge)
February 14 / Venue TBA / Humboldt, CA
February 18 / Indigo / Eugene, OR (w/ The Bridge)
February 20 / Eastside / Olympia, WA
February 21 / The Goodfoot / Portland, OR
February 22 / Tractor Tavern / Seattle, WA
February 25 / Hodi’s Half Note / Fort Collins, CO (w/ Mike Dillon’s Go-Go Jungle)
February 27 / B-Side Lounge / Boulder, CO
February 28 / Cervante’s / Denver, CO
March 28 / The Parish / Austin, TX

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5 Responses

  1. That is really sad news even though i’ll continue to follow what JFJO and Mathis bring as i’m sure it’ll be great none the less (for example, Benevento’s new ME, NOT ME out in february)

  2. This makes me a little upset. The orginal JFJO was an 8 piece. Now the only founding member left is Haas, so should it even be JFJO anymore?


    Looking forward to other Mathis projects though…

  3. I can’t believe after all these years that Mathis is leaving JFJO for Tea Leaf Green. That’s a damn shame. I’m sure Haas will keep JFJO humming with a great new line up, but just a little bummed about Reed’s decision. I will definitely hit their set this weekend at Winter Jazzfest.

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