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The Howard Rees Trio, made up of internationally renowned musicians Paco Luviano, Harry Ellis, and Howard Rees, will be performing a series of Jazz concerts at the Parrott Gallery sponsored by WE are ONE. These events are free to attend, but we will be collecting donations of non-perishable food items for the Gleaners Food Bank.
This concert will be divided into two sets: The first set will be Dark Side Of The Moon, and the second will be a performance of various musical masterpieces from David Gilmour’s/Pink Floyd. The Gilmour Project is the only band since Blue Floyd in 2000 endeavoring to take these songs ‘out’, speaking in jazz protocol, without disregarding the cherished classic hooks, licks and musical phrases.
Josh Ramsay has toured with Marianas Trench extensively in North America, Europe, Australia and Asia. When not on the move, the multi-instrumentalist runs his own recording studio, The Umbrella Factory, in Vancouver, BC. In true Ramsay style, fans can expect a music offering that is nothing less than spectacular with plenty of familiar faces featured on his new album.
Dean Regan presents a stunning tribute to one of country music’s greatest stars! One of the all-time legends of country music, Patsy Cline’s enduring legacy crosses generations, musical genres, and nations. Featuring all her biggest hits (Crazy, Walkin’ After Midnight), A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline will tell her story and have you singing all the way home.
This contemplative and often thrilling quartet’s explorations of modern, original repertoire is led by a fast-rising star in Toronto’s jazz piano community, 29-year-old Nick MacLean. Formed in 2016, Maclean’s foursome delivers jazz between the two poles of thoughtful introspection and powerhouse conveyance, taking influences from Herbie Hancock’s primordial 1960’s Blue Note era recordings, while paying tribute to some of the greatest improvisers in jazz history.
Simon Kempston is ‘one of Scotland’s very best songwriters’ (The Sunday Herald), a composer and leading fingerstyle guitarist based in Edinburgh, Scotland. There are very few artists who manage to create a sound on an acoustic guitar which is distinctive, instantly recognizable. Simon’s complex finger-picking style, which draws from the disparate genres of classical, Celtic and blues (amongst others) confirms he is certainly one such artist.