Soul'd Out Presents
Thu September 5, 2024
( Doors: 7:00 pm ) SHOW: 8:00 pm PDT
Jack London Revue
529 SW 4th Ave., Portland, OR
Ages 21 and Up
$30.00 - $240.00

“It’s Jazz. It just doesn’t sound like it.”

This is how virtuoso guitarist Oz Noy describes his intoxicating blend of jazz, funk, rock, blues, and R&B. 

Born in Israel, Oz started his career at 13 playing jazz, blues, and rock. At 16, he was playing with top artists and already at 24, he was one of the most established guitar players in the country. 

Since his NYC arrival in 1996, Oz has made a huge impact on the local and international scene. His unique and intoxicating style has broken all the rules of instrumental guitar music by focusing on the groove. All-stars such as Keith Carlock, Anton Fig, Vinnie Colaiuta, and Dave Weckl often contribute on drums, with bassists Will Lee, James Genus, and Reggie Washington. 

In 2003, Oz released his debut “”Oz Live” recorded at NYC's legendary Bitter End. In 2005, he released his acclaimed album HA! with his all-star band feat. Fig, Carlock, Lee and Genus plus special guests Mike Stern and George Whitty. In 2007, a licensing deal opened the door for Oz's music in Japan. Later that year saw the release of "Fuzzy", Oz's third record with all-star band incl. guests Vinnie Colaiuta, bassist Jimmy Johnson, and keyboardists Whitty and Jim Beard.

Oz's fourth album "Schizophrenic", featured Lee, Fig, Carlock, Weckl, Ricky Peterson, Chris Palmero, and special guest Steve Lukather.


The renowned bassist, arranger, producer, composer was raised in the New York area and based in Los Angeles since the late '70s.

In 1978 he met guitarist Robben Ford and keyboardist Russell Ferrante and formed a group for Robben's first solo album on Electra-Asylum. The acclaimed "The Inside Story" became a landmark recording that led to the formation of the  Yellowjackets and their 1980 debut on Warners Bros.

Jimmy is actively composing, arranging, producing, performing with Yellowjackets, the two time GRAMMY winners, and seventeen time nominees. Jimmy was also nominated for his 18th GRAMMY for the Jeff Lorber Fusion’s “Now Is The Time” which he co-produced.


Born in Cape Town, South Africa and residing in NYC, Anton started drumming at age 4 and progressed to a music degree at the New England Conservatory in Boston.

In NYC, he became part of the session scene and recorded with Ace Frehley, Link Wray, Kiss, Cyndi Lauper, Bob Dylan, Madonna, Joan Armatrading, Paul Butterfield, Mick Jagger and hundreds more.

Anton formed the acclaimed band Spider, who originated the hit “Better Be Good To Me” – later covered to great success by Tina Turner. In 1986, he joined The Late Show with David Letterman for a 29 year run, where he played with the worlds’ greatest musicians including Miles Davis, James Brown, Bruce Springsteen, Tony Bennet, Steve Winwood, Pete Townshend to name just a few.

Notes on Seating: Jack London provides two options. Reserved Seating is purchased on a table-by-table basis in the central part of the venue and is only available for select shows. Seating in the General Admission section is limited, first come first served, and may be standing room only.

Oz Noy Trio
Jimmy Haslip
Anton Fig