Free wheeling and lush best describes the trio. Comprised of veteran East Coast musicians Jake Hanlon on guitar and Paul Rushka on bass with new arrival vocalist Meghan Gilhespy the trio promises to deliver creative interpretations of classic Music from the American songbook.
The Pacific Mambo Orchestra (PMO) is a big band with an even bigger sound that Salsa Trips Magazine named one of the best Latin big bands in the world. Since this surpassing industry superstars Marc Anthony and Carlos Vives to win the 2014 Best Latin Tropical Album Grammy, the band has only grown more dynamic, [...]
Tom Easley - Bass Bill Stevenson - Piano / vocals Geoff Arsenault - drum Three musicians who have played together regularly for more than 30 years and applied their musicianship to many studio sessions as well as entering the fray with their own projects as composers and assuming the role of sidemen on stages all [...]
With influences ranging from Miles Davis to the Carpenters to J Dilla, The Worst Pop Band Ever is a Toronto jazz group that combines their love of improvisation with modern pop influences. Despite the name, the WPBE's mish-mash of sounds has received critical acclaim, and been featured in films for the NFB and even a [...]
Avataar is a JUNO award-winning Toronto-based world-jazz group featuring some of Canada’s finest jazz, world, funk, and pop musicians. The personnel includes bandleader Sundar Viswanathan (saxophones, flute, vocals), Felicity Williams (vocals), Michael Occhipinti (guitar), Justin Gray (bass), Ravi Naimpally (tablas) and Max Senitt (drums and percussion). Special guests on the most recent, sophomore album, Worldview, [...]
Few bands can claim a history as remarkable and illustrious as The Headhunters. Originating in 1973 under the visionary leadership of renowned musician Herbie Hancock, the band quickly established itself as a force to be reckoned with. Comprising percussionist Bill Summers, bassist Paul Jackson, saxophonist Bennie Maupin and Harvey Mason, who was soon replaced by [...]