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Long Lost band members will reunite at the Red Bike

Long Lost will play at the Bike on Saturday night.  - Courtesy Photo
Long Lost will play at the Bike on Saturday night.
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Island drummer Todd Zimberg, guitarist Michael Gotz and bass player Keith Lowe will reunite under the name of Long Lost for an evening of jazz, rock and blues at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Bike.

The three close friends worked together in the Michael Gotz Quartet back in the mid 1980s and have since played the occasional outing. They debuted as a trio at the Red Bicycle over a year ago to popular success.

Michael Gotz has been performing as a guitarist and pianist for 35 years, having begun his career 40 years ago as soprano soloist with the Sacred Heart Boys Choir. While essentially a jazz player, Gotz has performed in a variety of genres, including reggae, pop and country.

Keith Lowe, in over 30 years of playing, has played and recorded in many different genres, including orchestral, rock electronic ambient, folk, bluegrass, jazz roots and country.

Todd Zimberg has worked in the Puget Sound region as a drummer, percussionist and educator for more than 20 years. On Vashon, Zimberg is a member of the Island Jazz Quintet as well as the Portage Fill-Harmonic Big Band. He is a music instructor and has worked as an Artist in Residence in the Vashon Schools as well as for the Washington State Arts Commission. He created and directs a summer youth percussion camp now in its 13th year.

This is an all-ages free show until 11 p.m., then 21 and older.

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