24 results for tag: Drums

Amos Hoffman & Noam Lemish Quartet

For years, guitarist Amos Hoffman and pianist Noam Lemish have been collecting Jewish melodies from around the world. With a varied set list of songs of Kurdish, Yemenite, Moroccan, Ladino, Russian, and Israeli origin, the quartet’s vibrant arrangements have created in an inspired blend of cultures. Amos and Noam’s have ... Read More

The Larry Fuller Trio

Acclaimed jazz pianist, band leader, and clinician Larry Fuller is known to "swing like a beast!". The recipient of consistent praise for his emotive, swinging style, monstrous technique, and program versatility, Larry’s resume includes time spent with a who’s who of jazz: Ray Brown, John Legend, John Pizzarelli, Clark ... Read More

The Georgia Fats

The Georgia Fats transform the vintage sounds of blues, rock, old country, and gospel into a hard-driving sound that is designed to get people moving. Barry Taylor is best-known as the beat-keeper for one of Canada’s best party bands, Roots Round Up. Boyd Norman has held down the bottomline for Ron Hynes, Barkin' Kettle and ... Read More

West of Mabou

Named after a small town in Nova Scotia that is the hub of Celtic culture in Canada, West of Mabou returns to perform lively dance music steeped in the rich traditions of Scottish and Cape Breton fiddle and pipe tunes. The band combines the talents of Scott Benson (fiddle), Roberta Wallace (fiddle), Alex Rasmussen (pipes/whis... Read More

Rory Lynch Jazz Jam

Rory Lynch and his quartet for an evening that focuses on the art of improvising. If you sing or play an instrument, come on down to the club to work on your improv skills in a safe and welcoming environment. Sponsored by LB Distillers Read More

Connor Newton Jazz Jam

Join Connor Newton and his quartet for an evening focussing on the art of improvising. If you sing or play an instrument, come on down to the club to work on your improv skills in a safe and welcoming environment. Sponsored by Lucky Bastard Distillers Read More

Katie Thiroux

Following her prodigious beginnings on the bass at age eight and studies under renowned vocalist Tierney Sutton at 12, Katie Thiroux was mentored by legendary bassist John Clayton and awarded a full scholarship to the prestigious Berklee College of Music. Her 2015 debut release as a band leader, Introducing Katie Thiroux, ... Read More

SOLD OUT! Tri-Continental: Bill Bourne, Lester Quitzau, and Madagascar Slim

Well-recognized and respected artists with successful solo careers in the Canadian global roots, folk and blues music scene, Bill Bourne, Lester Quitzau, and Madagascar Slim present a truly unique and critically acclaimed sound that is soulful and present, intense and atmospheric. Together as Tri-Continental, something very ... Read More

Roman Clarke

Roman Clarke takes gospel harmony, modern R&B, and the charm of the 1970s, then rolls it all into a flavour that is well-suited to his inherently nostalgic generation. His particular shade of keyboard-heavy, groove-based pop tends to elicit comparisons to a similarly talented multi-instrumentalist artist from the Prairies, Remy ... Read More

Chris Wallace and Many Names

After a successful, 12-year sojourn playing jazz in Scotland, drummer and composer Chris Wallace returned to Canada in 2013. Since then he’s appeared with a host of Canadian jazz musicians including Kirk Macdonald, Dave Restivo, and Michael Occhipinti. His quartet, Many Names, released its debut album, Somewhere Sacred, in ... Read More