This week: The Upstairs Jam session is hosted by Jim Doxas (drums), and special guests Jeff Johnston (piano) & Adrian Vedady (double bass)
The guitar player and composer Isaac Neto comes from São Luis do Maranhão, Brazil and brings a great variety of influences and rhythm.
8pm: Dawn Tyler Watson Quartet featuring John Sadowy (piano), Morgan Moore (bass) and Sam Harrison (drums)
9pm: Vocal jam session hosted by Dawn !!!
Their time-stamped authentic style, purist approach and incomparable energy, is inspired by the great American bluesmen who once scoured the juke joints of Chicago and the Midwest.
A huge fan of the 1950s crooner-jazz repertoire, Colin Hunter has launched a few CDs and has hit the stage many times with the ever-talented vocal singer Kim Richardson.
A wonderful evening with Matt Herskowitz
Montreal duo Shlomo and Julie perform a repertoire of country blues and gospel standards, drawing inspiration from the likes of Mississippi John Hurt, Ry Cooder and Taj Mahal.
Paulo Ramos, a versatile Brazilian guitarist, singer, and composer was born in Sao Paulo. Raised in a family of musicians, he started playing percussion at nine years old.
Fuat Tuaç and his band will be performing well-known jazz standards as well as their own compositions and the band will be joined by special guests for the evening.
Young vocalist Renée Yoxon is a central figure in Ottawa’s jazz scene thanks to her grace, captivating presence and beautiful voice.
Sam Kirmayer, Montreal jazz guitarist, brings these young musicians together to celebrate the music of Bud Powell.
5 for Trio was formed in Quebec City by the desire of Sylvain St‐Onge, Mathieu Rancourt and Jean‐François Gingras to create a new flavor in jazz.
Described as “edgy and interactive”, this group combines elements of the traditional jazz piano trio with contemporary styles of music beyond the jazz genre.
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