2006.02 –> February 2006 at Rime

ZULA Presents

FEBRUARY 2006 AT RIME

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Dylan van der Schyff
Dylan van der Schyff

Appearing at Rime every Tuesday in January as our Artist in Residence (AIR), one of the leading figures on the Vancouver jazz & new music scene, drummer Dylan van der Schyff works with many Vancouver-based ensembles (Talking Pictures, NOW Orchestra, Brad Turner, Peggy Lee, François Houle, and Tony Wilson among others) and participates in numerous theatre, dance and film projects. In addition to helping curate a rehearsal/performance venue which has played host to a number of local, national and international artists, he has also worked as a producer for recording projects by the new music ensemble Standing Wave and composer Bradshaw Pack, among others. Dylan tours regularly in the United States, Europe, and Canada and has appeared on recordings by George Lewis, Barry Guy, René Lussier, Dave Douglas, just to name a few. A highly sought-after player known for his uncanny ability to excel in both traditional and free improv situations, Dylan’s recent involvements include a quartet with Dave Douglas, Louis Sclavis, and Peggy Lee; Dave Douglas’ Mountain Passages quintet; a trio with Wayne Horvitz and Briggan Krauss;the Chicago trio Tigersmilk; The Unexpected (a two-guitar, two-drums quartet from Vancouver and Montréal); and a quartet with Ken Vandermark, Paul Rutherford, and Torsten Müller.

www.spoolmusic.com/biovanderschyff.html

Wed, Feb 1/ Self-Righteous Brothers & Wild Elio (9 pm, $5-10)

Self-Righteous Brothers flawlessly mix Western swing and jazz standards with joy. Chris Blades guitar, voice; Martin Walton guitar, bass, voice; Albert Klassen mandolin, bass, voice; Steve Lazin drums.

Three fine fellows searching for a truthful sound. Long time now they been searching. Influenced by folk, jazz, Mediterranean and other world beat elements, Wild Elio plays a variety of original compositions and covers in English and Italian creating a sound of romantic and mystical moods. Elio Rota accordion,vocals; Enrico Renz guitar, vocals; Steve Lazin percussion

Thu, Feb 2/ Mark Berube (9 pm, $5-10)

Manitoban boy, taken to the land of no peanut-butter, thrown in a school choir, learned to eat bamboo shoots and play piano with frozen fingers. Mark Berube piano, accordion, guitar, vocals; Michael Patterson bass; Michael Simpson drums; Aaron Joyce Weissenborn & electiıc guitars

www.markberube.com

Fri, Feb 3/ Bottleneck & Loose Acoustic (9 pm, $5-10)

Bottleneck slides Americana & blues up from across the border and summons folk & bluegrass from over the Rockies to form their own brand of classic, laid-back roots music. Robyn Carrigan vocals, guitar, accordion, banjo; Scott Smith pedal steel, other strings, vocals; Jeremy Holmes bass; Liam MacDonald drums… with guest Gord Grdina guitar

Loose Acoustic blends beautiful melodic statements with earthy driving grooves… great for getting people on the dance floor… Gord Grdina guitar; Jeremy Holmes bass; Liam MacDonald drums

“Loose Acoustic harnesses progressive energy in ways that most cannot”… – Roman Sokal (Exclaim)

www.looseacoustic.com

Sat, Feb 4/ (aft) Sweet Pea Swing Band (3 pm, by donation)

Saturday afternoons in February at 3 pm: The Sweetpea Swing Band has been performing their own unique brand of traditional jazz in and around Vancouver for over two years. The band repertoire contains a lively collage of hot jazz music dating as far back as 1916. Though firmly rooted in traditional jazz, the band presents their music in a hip, modern style that continues to incite audiences into a dancing frenzy.

The Sweetpea Swing Band presents music by the likes of; Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Joe Oliver, Joe Primrose, Jimmie Noone, Fats Waller, Hoagy Carmichael, and Jelly Roll Morton. The music presented by Sweetpea is arranged by band members Tim Sars, Alison Gorman, Andrew Smith, and Sam Scott as well as Vancouver’s own Alan Matheson, Craig Scott, and Lloyd Arntzen.

Samantha Scott & Debra-Jean Creelman vocals (alternating); Andrew Smith guitar, vocals; Alison Gorman trumpet; Brian Milks tenor sax; Fabienne Lacroix clarinet, alto sax; Tim Sars bari-sax; Derek DiFillipo bass; Benji Bohannon drums

Sat, Feb 4/ (eve) Zeryab Arabic Ensemble (9 pm, $10)

Never content with simple repetition of established forms, the diverse musicians of Zeryab push the boundaries of classical Arabic forms not by breaking them, but by artfully stretching the original material, breathing new life into what has always been a vibrant and living tradition of exchange and assimilation. The result is a compelling mixture of the contemporary and the traditional that appeals to a broad spectrum of musical tastes.

Kais Sammarai vocals; Emad Armoush ney, guitar, vocals; Bashar Najem keyboards; Ibrahim santur; Denis Franck percussion

Sun, Feb 5/ (aft) Prince Albert Composition Workshop Band (1 pm, by donation)

Sunday afternoons at 1 pm: Drummer Dan Gaucher & friends have created Prince Albert Composition Workshop Band as a musical vehicle with the sole purpose of exploring original compositions from its members, all young up and coming musicians in Vancouver…the music is written for this band specifically. The instrumentation presenting both a challenge for the composer and a diverse sonic palette to draw from…with Neil Dylan tabla, alto sax, flute, and sitar; Evan Arntzen clarinet; Catherine Toren piano; Sean Cronin acoustic bass; Shanto Bhattacharya cello

Sun, Feb 5/ (aft) Sunday Afternoon Sessions (3 pm, by donation)

Sunday afternoons at 3 pm: Drummer Jesse Cahill hosts a weekly jam session to provide a good meeting ground for great players from all over town, including some of the finest up and coming music students. Along with Jesse, the house band will include Terry Deane on tenor saxophone, Tommy Babbin on bass.

Sun, Feb 5/ (eve) Tony Wilson & Carsick Drip Audio Double CD Release Party (9 pm, $5-10)

Natural player, peaceful renegade, musically omnivorous troubadour, guitarist Tony Wilson plays solo and with guests to celebrate the release of his new cd Horse’s Dream on Drip Audio.

Carsick, an eclectic and original electro-acoustic duo release their first full-length on Drip Audio. And don’t worry, they’re not out to make you ill; they make nice music, really…

www.dripaudio.com

Mon, Feb 6/ Rime Open House with DJ Nils (7 pm, by donation)

Tonight is designated for those folks still not familiar with Rime (is it possible…?), as well as neighbours & industry folks. DJ Nils is our designated groove-master.

DJ Nils has been connecting with and guiding dance floors in BC and around the world since the early 90’s. In that time he has been on the same bill with such DJ luminaries as Cheb i Sabbah, Toby Marks, Adham Shaikh, Shakatura, and Bluetech. Never predictable, he has an uncanny ability to read the mood of a room and give it just what it needs. He’s as happy playing reggae at sunset as he is playing deep ethno-ambient at sunrise. Aside from being a DJ he is also an event organizer, with the legendary “Faeries & Fools” Costume Carnival on the Sunshine Coast being his signature event. He is a Sagitarius, a mystic raconteur, and a founding member of the Beats Without Borders Collective.

www.beatswithoutborders.com

Tue, Feb 7/ AIR: Dylan van der Schyff (9 pm, $5-10)

Tony Wilson, Bruce Freedman, Andy Milne, Dylan van der Schyff

A new quartet featuring New York City pianist/keyboardist Andy Milne, who is best known for his work with Steve Coleman and his own group “Cosmic Dapp Theory” among many others. He joins for the first time Vancouver mainstays guitarist Tony Wilson, saxophonist Bruce Freedman and drummer Dylan van der Schyff to create an evening of intense, raw and emotive music.

www.andymilne.com

Wed, Feb 8/ Gord Grdina’s Boxcutter with Andy Milne(9 pm, $5-10)

Textural soundscapes, polyrhythmic grooves, soulful ballads with unexpected harmonic twists and turns. Gord Grdina guitar; François Houle clarinet; Karlis Silins bass; Kenton Loewen drums plus 2nd set guest pianist Andy Milne

ZULAFEST

BENEFIT FOR ZULA PRODUCTIONS

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH THROUGH SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH

Zula, the little production outfit that could, has been in operation since 2000, presenting a wide array of music that needs to be heard in Vancouver. Artistically adventurous and irreverent, as a business, it has always been in financial strain in presenting music that often falls through the cracks. Zula aims to become a non-profit, at which point its artistic and financial being will reach an equilibrium. Until then, Vancouver’s finest gather at Vancouver’s finest music room, Rime, to make a serious dent in the Zula debt! 6 BANDS (or more) A NIGHT FOR $10 & UP! 17 DIFFERENT ACTS OVER 3 NIGHTS!

THANK YOU ALL FOR SUPPORTING LIVE MUSIC IN YOUR COMMUNITY!

(YOU KNOW ZULA LOVES YOU!)

www.zula.ca

Thu, Feb 9/ ZulaFest Night #1 (7 pm, $10 & up suggested donation)

The October Trio consists of young lions performing beautiful, driving jazz, exploring the history, freedom & boundaries of the sax-trio tradition. Check them out! These guys are the cat’s ass! Evan Arntzen tenor saxophone; Josh Cole bass; Dan Gaucher drums

www.theoctobertrio.com

Maqam offers up authentic sounds & textures of Arabic music from a modern improvisational perspective. Gord Grdina oud; Jesse Zubot violin; Jeremy Holmes bass; Liam MacDonald drums

ESQ is made up of local greats exploring free-jazz & more structured forms ranging from the subtle and eclectic to the very hard driving. Kevin Elaschuk trumpet; Dave Say saxophones; André Lachance guitar; Paul Rushka bass; Stan Taylor drums

Providing a refreshing take on traditional bluegrass, The Breakmen slide from smoky 1920’s Delta blues to swinging originals with ease. Archie Pateman banjo, guitar, vocals; Lee Watson guitar, vocals; Ben Rogalsky mandolin, vocals; Matt Lawson bass, vocals

www.thebreakmen.com

Pianist Tyson Naylor‘s dynamic trio with avant & modern-jazz leanings plays original tunes inspired by the likes of Monk, Dollar Brand and McCoy Tyner… with Russell Sholberg bass; Kenton Loewen drums.

www.tysonnaylor.com

The Taxidermists: Rime’s Cocktail Hour Band of killer repute, provides fresh, swinging, multi-layered & sublime modern jazz. Bruno Hubert piano; Adam Thomas bass; Sam Cartwright drums

Fri, Feb 10/ ZulaFest Night #2 (7 pm, $10 & up suggested donation)

Ion Zoo: Inspired by bebop, noise, baroque aria, blues & Weimar cabaret, this band creates an aural feast of haunting melodies. Stephen Bagnell reeds, percussion; Clyde Reed bass; Carol Sawyer voice

DarkBlueWorld: Original, relevant, culturally engaged & emotionally, intellectually uncompromising songs by Elizabeth Fischer vocals; Ron Samworth guitar; Dave Roundell accordion; Pete Schmitt bass; Skye Brooks drums

www.darkblueworld.ca

DBC Art Trio: These Vancouver veteran masters of jazz & improvised music will surprise their audience (and themselves!) with music from the shimmering and fiery spheres. Dylan van der Schyff drums; Bruce Freedman saxophones; Clyde Reed acoustic bass

www.zisman.ca/freedmanjazz

Anna B. & Her Heartbones: Anna B. writes and performs deeply personal material, amplifying her take on the impermanence of life, shaded by her experiences of heartaches and joys…from a ballsy, barroom torch song, to a boney hoedown, to the most simple ode to love, to a haunting bluegrass ballad…Stephen Nikleva guitars; Mark Berube piano, accordion; Sam Shoichet bass; Michael Simpson drums

www.annabmusic.com

Queso Blanco: Vancouver’s answer to Los Cubanos Postizos, quirky take on Cuban & Latin music smothered generously with premium cheese with tasty chops from Noah Walker guitar; Michael Patterson bass; Michael Simpson drums

Roger Dean Young & The Tin Cup: Revered alt-roots outfit & friends playing beautifully sparse, quiet, poignant music. Roger Dean Young guitar, vocals; Shaun Brodie trumpet & others

The Taxidermists: Rime’s Cocktail Hour Band of killer repute, provides fresh, swinging, multi-layered & sublime modern jazz. Bruno Hubert piano; Adam Thomas bass; Sam Cartwright drums

Sat, Feb 11/ (aft) Sweet Pea Swing Band (3 pm, by donation)

See February 4th for more info.

Sat, Feb 11/ (eve) ZulaFest Night #3 (9 pm, $10 & up suggested donation)

The Fugitives are a unique hybrid of spoken word and music troupe. They run the gamut from comedic to hard-hitting, insightful spoken word, and combine it with adventurous strong structures performed on piano, accordion, guitar, harmonica, beat-box, and voice by Barbara Adler, CR Avery, Mark Berube and Brendan McLeod.

Singer-songwriter, explorer of minutea-Canadiana and other details often overlooked or taken for granted in urban life, Mark Berube‘s music is grounded in the shared styles of Hawksley Workman, Tom Waits, Rufus Wainwright and Bob Dylan.

www.markberube.com

Vancouver’s own, The Fits with V. Hilleovich and P. Kleinenstein prefer to play diddles from here and there – it’s an atrostophy! Get pickled, get puddled but don’t get paddled, and don’t miss them. They sing high, they sing low, there’s even a piano. Go on, jump in with The Fits!
www.vedahille.com

Songster, guitarist, Rime favourite, Kevin House brings to us his spooky, impressionistic fairy tales with ornate, burnished melodies…some highly emotional & cerebral mayhem, as only he can…

www.kevinhouse.ca

There is a hopeful melancholy in guitarist, songster Jess Hill‘s music. Dreamy, dim lit moments anchored in the tendencies of folk, jazz and blues. These are stories; obscured, poetic and worn. She is building something here and it is beautiful.

www.jesshill.ca

The Taxidermists: Rime’s Cocktail Hour Band of killer repute, provides fresh, swinging, multi-layered & sublime modern jazz. Bruno Hubert piano; Adam Thomas bass; Sam Cartwright drums

Sun, Feb 12/ (aft) Prince Albert Composition Workshop Band (1 pm, by donation)

See February 5th for more info.
Sun, Feb 12/ (aft) Sunday Afternoon Sessions (3 pm, by donation)

See February 5th for more info.

Sun, Feb 12/ (eve) Shift 3 CD Release Party (9 pm, $5-10)

Three constants of the Vancouver jazz & creative music scene, playing music that they would want to listen to. One talented jazz outfit! Dave Sikula guitar; Sean Cronin bass; Dan Gaucher drums.

Mon, Feb 13/ Closed for Staff Party

Tue, Feb 14/ (early) The Taxidermists (6 pm, free)

The Taxidermists: Rime’s Cocktail Hour Band of killer repute, provides fresh, swinging, multi-layered & sublime modern jazz for Valentines of all flavours. Bruno Hubert piano; Sean Cronin bass; Sam Cartwright drums

Tue, Feb 14/ (later) AIR: Dylan van der Schyff (9 pm, $5-10)

Trio van der Schyff/Samworth/Say

Dylan formed this trio just a year ago to explore a modern instrumenational format that has its roots in the British improvising trio SME and the Paul Motian Trio. Melodoharmonic/Sonorythmic improvised music at its best with Ron Samworth on guitar and Dave Say on saxophones.

Wed, Feb 15/ Terra Grimard (9 pm, $5-10)

Terra Grimard writes and sings melodic, groove-based original music influenced by traditional jazz, that is, in a live setting, open for improvisation. Terra performs with a talented young band, that includes Dan Gaucher on drums (Rab5 / Doppler Defect / The October Trio), Josh Cole on bass (The October Trio), recent Fraser MacPherson scholarship award winner Alvaro Rojas on guitar (zoe trio) and Ian Cox piano

www.terragrimard.com

Thu, Feb 16/ Heartwarmongering & Chris-a-riffic (9 pm, $5-10)

Heartwarmongering‘s compositions are interwoven with improvised passages into an almost narrative form, blending aspects of new music, jazz, and soundscape into a diffuse, impressionist whole. The acoustic/electronic instrumentation of the group allows for sounds and texures which range from diaphanous subtlety to complex, driving rhythmic structures.

Stephen Lyons guitar, banjo; Meredith Bates violin; Katie Dey cello; Shane Krause clarinets; Todd Mason electronics, saw; Russell Sholberg doublebass, saw; Ben Wilson drums

Chris-a-riffic is a keyboardist (for They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?) & sings on this solo outing. Formerly of three piece outfit The Human Hi-Lite Reel, he also has a show on CITR, writes for Discorder and Only magazines, and he goes to church.

www.myspace.com/heartwarmongering

Fri, Feb 17/ Outlaw Social & The Breakmen (9 pm, $10-15)

Appalachian, country blues, and other roots traditionals mix with a healthy dose of original songwriting make up the distinct sound of Victoria’s Outlaw Social with Adam Dobres on acoustic and electric guitars, Catherine Black and Oliver Swain on the banjo, bass & vocals, Kendel Carson on the fiddle, and Pharis Patenaude on guitar & vocals.

www.outlawsocial.com

Providing a refreshing take on traditional bluegrass, The Breakmen slide from smoky 1920’s Delta blues to swinging originals with ease. Archie Pateman banjo, guitar, vocals; Lee Watson guitar, vocals; Ben Rogalsky mandolin, vocals; Matt Lawson bass, vocals

www.thebreakmen.com

Sat, Feb 18/ (aft) Sweet Pea Swing Band (3 pm, by donation)

See February 4th for more info.

Sat, Feb 18/ (eve) The Modelos (9 pm, $5-10)

The Modelos are Vancouver’s rock ‘n’ roll-instrumental-cowboy-surfers. The group was formed in 2004 when guitarist Joe Rotundo and keyboardist Mike Kenney collaborated in a songwriting adventure that would produce songs like, “Somewhere West” & “Down the Dusty Trail”. Bassist Brad Ferguson and drummer Geoff Hicks (Liam MacDonald gracefully filling in) were the natural selection as the rhythm section and thus born was The Modelos! The Modelos are about to release their first self titled CD, and look forward to playing their brand of western-rockabilly-surf at Rime … a honky tonk close to your heart.

www.myspace.com/themodelos

Sun, Feb 19/ (aft) Prince Albert Composition Workshop Band (1 pm, by donation)

See February 5th for more info.
Sun, Feb 19/ (aft) Sunday Afternoon Sessions (3 pm, by donation)

See February 5th for more info.
Sun, Feb 19/ (eve) Blind God (9 pm, $5-10)

A raw & powerful urban roots unit with a huge New York sound a la Morphine… Vampire-Delta blues… music you already know deep down…best band you may never have heard before! Dave Olajide steel guitar, banjo, vocals; Ray Garroway drums

Mon, Feb 20/ Salt Spring Workshop Quintet (9 pm, $5-10)

The Salt Spring Workshop Quintet was formed out of a desire by five young musicians to expand their music through a four day intensive jazz workshop held on Salt Spring Island in the summer… exploring the music of jazz history while keeping true to the spirit of the music by looking forward in both composition and improvisation.

Evan Arntzen saxophones; Amanda Tosoff piano; Alvaro Rojas guitar; Josh Cole bass; Dan Gaucher drums

www.theoctobertrio.com/saltspring.html

Tue, Feb 21/ AIR: Dylan van der Schyff (9 pm, $5-10)

4tet Gratkowski, Turner, Müller, van der Schyff

A pillar of European improvised music, German saxophonist Frank Gratkowski meets three of Vancouver’s finest for an inspired evening of acoustic improvised music. Brad Turner trumpet; Torsten Müller bass; Dylan van der Schyff drums

www.gratkowski.com

Wed, Feb 22/ By Storm: Hornby Island Artist Collective (9 pm, $5-10)

Brought together by friendship and geographic confinement, this adventurous group formed with interest and respect for each other’s diverse and multiple talents. By Storm exhibits diverse and intense creation, drawing on influences such as folk music, spoken word, jazz, punk and electronica in conjuction with interactive and movable imagery.

Cimarron Knight explores relationships, modern love and fairytales through visual narrative, short composition and installation.

Armed with two fists, an acoustic guitar and a voice of absurdity and rage, Pest demands your attention because she’s poor, she’s punk, she’s perplexed and she has something to say about it. So listen.

Laundromat is a duo that combines Michael Lobban‘s raw percussion (& laptop) and Tony Wilson‘s melodic guitar (kora, harmonica, electronics) with a variety of electronically generated sounds ranging from spacey rock to gentle, introspective compositions to full out electronic insanity.

Melisa Devost is a guitarist, songwriter, performer whose musical style varies from blues-tinged heaviness to heartfelt agnostic gospel to quirky folk-pop.

www.melisadevost.com/bystorm

Thu, Feb 23/ Orquesta Goma Dura (9 pm, $10-20)

The 20-piece Orquesta Goma Dura is one of this continent’s largest salsa orchestras and one of the most exciting ensembles anywhere. OGD featuring an all-star collection of Vancouver’s salsa and latin-jazz communities with multiple singers, four percussionists, eleven horns transform any room into party central… it will be impossible to sit still!

Susana Abreu, Danay Sinclair vocals; Jack Duncan congas; Martin Romero, Phil Belanger timbales; Edgar Romero bongos/coro; Allan Johnston bass/coro; Lou Mastroianni piano; Ross Gregory, Derry Byrne, Kent Wallace trumpet; Dennis Esson, Rod Murray, Jeremy Berkman, Brad Muirhead trombone; Bill Runge, Mike Braverman, Graham Ord, Daniel Miles Kane saxophones; John Korsrud director

www.johnkorsrud.com

Fri, Feb 24 & Sat, Feb 25/ Geoff Berner Band with Kevin House (9 pm, $10)

“I want to make original klezmer music that’s drunk, dirty, political and passionate. As a Jew of Eastern European descent, I feel I have a calling to make this music live, not just preserve it under glass like something in a museum.” Geoff Berner

Folk, punk & klezmer have never sounded so vital & fresh melded together, as evident in the amazing singer, accordionist, songwriter Geoff Berner‘s peculiar, wry, witty & original expressive style with Diona Davies (Po’ Girl) on violin and Wayne Adams (Zolty Cracker) on percussion.

www.geoffberner.com

Songster, guitarist, Rime favourite, Kevin House brings to us his spooky, impressionistic fairy tales with ornate, burnished melodies…some highly emotional & cerebral mayhem, as only he can…

www.kevinhouse.ca

Sat, Feb 25/ (aft) Sweet Pea Swing Band (3 pm, by donation)

See February 4th for more info.

Sat, Feb 25/ (eve) Geoff Berner Band with Kevin House (9 pm, $10)

See February 24th for more info.

Sun, Feb 26/ (aft) Prince Albert Composition Workshop Band (1 pm, by donation)

See February 5th for more info.

Sun, Feb 26/ (aft) Sunday Afternoon Sessions (3 pm, by donation)

See February 5th for more info.
Sun, Feb 26/ (eve) Skank City Shredders (9 pm, $5-10)

Guitarist Ron Samworth is full of brilliant ideas. Here’s one of them: Music that filters the early jazz and blues repertoire through a blurry post-punk aesthetic. Employing a psuedo-dixieland format, Skank City features a horny frontline, jumped up rhythm section, fuzztone banjo, kamikaze drumbeats. Irreverent, groovy, skronky, swinging, non-toxic fun for the whole family, especially disfunctional ones.

Ron Samworth fuzztone banjo, guitar; Bill Clark trumpet, alpha male choreography; Rod Murray bigbone; Graham Ord saxophone, effects/defects; Paul Blaney buzztone bass; Kenton Loewen drums, primal scream

Mon, Feb 27/ DJ Su Comandante (7 pm, by donation)

Born in El Salvador and raised on Vancouver Island, DJ Su Comandante is a master of musical fusion, a captivating, innovative West Coast DJ seamlessly blending Latin, hip-hop, trip-hop, downtempo, raggaeton, dancehall, drum ‘n’ bass, funky breaks, house, world-beat, funk and old school r & b in a unique synthesis that pays homage to the roots and revitalizes the possibilities in each genre. With a contagious passion for music’s emotional and social power, DJ Su Comandante creates beats that are fresh, conscious and utterly danceable.

Tue, Feb 28/ AIR: Dylan van der Schyff (9 pm, $5-10)

Set 1
Trio Lee/Bentley/Wilson

A collective trio featuring music by all three members. Spanning ambience, noise and beautiful lyricism, this trio of Vancouver heavies makes its debut tonight. Peggy Lee cello; Jon Bentley Saxophones; Tony Wilson guitar

Set 2
Gestrin/Turner/Lachance/van der Schyff

This is organic jazz in the best sense. These guys have fun, play hard and, on occasion, kick some ass. Chris Gestrin B3 organ; Brad Turner trumpet; André Lachance guitar; Dylan van der Schyff drums

www.bradturnermusic.com

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