Win Tickets: Fareed Haque’s Math Games, Pocket @ Goodfoot Lounge | Electro-Funk With Jazz Roots

Pipeline has a pair of tickets to see Farred Haque’s Math Games at the Goodfoot Lounge on Saturday, April 2. To win, comment on post below why you would like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed on Friday, April 1.

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Related Goodfoot Lounge Weekend Events:

  • March 31: The Damian Erskine Project, Farko Collective @ Goodfoot Lounge | Latin-tinged Jazz, Instrumentals
  • April 1: First Friday Dance Party w/ DJ Magneto @ Goodfoot Lounge | Soul, Reggae, Hip-Hop, Electronica
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    From our sponsors at Goodfoot Lounge:
    Fareed Haque’s Math Games w/ Pocket
    Saturday, April 2
    9 p.m. | $10 | 21+

    Goodfoot Lounge
    2845 SE Stark Street
    thegoodfoot.com

    Fareed is simply one of the world's finest guitarists. With several Blue Note recordings to his name, a lengthy festival history with the seminal band Garaj Mahal, and collaborations with countless leaders in jazz and rock, Fareed has established himself as a must-see (and hear) performer. His newest band, Math Games, promises to push the envelope of electo-funk dance bands while respecting the jazz roots from which he comes.

    Born in 1963 to Pakistani father and Chilean mother, extensive travels, especially long stays in Spain, France, Iran, Pakistan and Chile, exposed Haque to different musics from a very early age. This natural eclecticism has become the hallmark of Fareed’s music. Fareed can perform in a variety of settings and ensembles from Jazz Funk Jam super band to stripped down ethnic ensembles or with local chamber orchestras or symphonies. Many folks claim to be well rounded, Fareed Haque is a renaissance man on the guitar- playing all styles from Classical to Spanish to Indian classical to American Jazz and Funk.

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    14 Responses to Win Tickets: Fareed Haque’s Math Games, Pocket @ Goodfoot Lounge | Electro-Funk With Jazz Roots

    1. Martz March 30, 2011 at 17:00 #

      Glad to see Freed coming back to PDX with his new band. At a great venue to boot. Yeah!!

    2. Ed March 31, 2011 at 08:09 #

      I’m a major Fareed fan and would love to catch this performance. I can make it for sure! Thanks!

    3. Eric March 31, 2011 at 12:35 #

      I would love to see Fareed work his magic at the Goodfoot, hands down one of the best guitarists of our time!

    4. LeoS March 31, 2011 at 13:18 #

      Fareed’s awesome! This’ll help ease the mourning of his leaving Garaj Mahal…

    5. Hannah March 31, 2011 at 14:52 #

      It’s been awhile since I’ve been the Goodfoot and this would be an awesome show to see!

    6. kristin March 31, 2011 at 15:45 #

      anyone who names their band math games is awesome in my book. would love to check out this show!

    7. Jude Castillo-Dobson March 31, 2011 at 15:49 #

      Would love to see this and shake it down!

    8. Steve March 31, 2011 at 15:54 #

      There are few guitarists in the world with the skill, sensitivity and stamina to do what Fareed does. It is an unprecedented range of styles and influences he draws on to create the unique music that comes out in his bands like Flat Earth Ensemble, Mathgames, Garaj Mahal, FHQ.

      On stage, Fareed does more in a night than most musicians do in a month. Go – Listen – Music is the best.

    9. Shelley A. March 31, 2011 at 16:02 #

      This sounds like a swing’n cool jam.

    10. Kimberly March 31, 2011 at 17:46 #

      I love the guitar, its music and its players. And the Goodfoot would be a great place to see this show.

    11. pdxRay March 31, 2011 at 21:25 #

      Sounds like a great show. Would love to see it!

    12. Sebastian Degens April 1, 2011 at 01:51 #

      I ‘d like to see Fareed

    13. Gaia Swan April 1, 2011 at 17:38 #

      Got talent?

    14. al granville July 14, 2011 at 22:46 #

      farred is one of the greatest guitar player i have ever heard, i first heard him in hobbs new mexico after i brought one of his cassettes, I have been a big fan for along long long time and would love to see him, from New mexico to Oregon that would be a gas!!!!!!!!!!

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