Yogi McCaw Music projects

You were probably referred to this site by me to check out my musical projects. Here are the ones I am currently working on. I also have some other projects I work on less frequently, or just keep archived on the internet.

Yoginis Indian Jazz Project

The Yoginis Indian Jazz Project is an international project which performs in the US and in India. On the website you can view performance videos from both India and the USA, read the press the band has garnered, bios on the contributing musicians, and sample and buy the music.

The Yoginis CD is available at CD Baby, iTunes, and by searching Yogi and the Yoginis on Amazon. The CD is called Terra Shivaiya, Six East, Six West, and the includes six of the Indian Jazz songs, plus six original Western Jazz songs.

Groove Kitchen Band

Groove Kitchen Band is an R&B revue band that performs in the Pacific Northwest.and is based in the Seattle Area. The band is a top rated group on the Gigmasters website, and has been nominated for Best Wedding Band on KING 5's Best of Washington list. We play weddings, private parties, and top-rated clubs and hotels in the Pacific Northwest.

Comfort Food Band

Comfort Food Band is a progressive jazz fusion band which draws upon the rhythms of Africa, performing songs by Fela Kuti and Habib Koite and the improvisational spirit of the progressive jazz improvisers such as Miles Davis and John Coltrane. The band's byline is "Fela Kuti meets Bitches Brew". Comfort Food has been nominated for Best Alternative Jazz Band by the Earshot organization, the premier organization supporting jazz in the Seattle Area.

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