Street 52 @ The Mansion on Sunday afternoons from 2-5pm

Street 52
Street 52

Street52 will be featured this Sunday, On The Patio, at the Mansion, 506 Princess St.
Featuring:

Andre Petitpas – vocals
Alex Tikhnenko – bass
Glenn Tooth – flute
Andy Love – drums

Street52 plays a very approachable mix of Jazz, Blues, Rock, R&B and Reggae.

Enjoy one of Kingston’s nicest Patio’s and some great music by Street52 this Sunday at the
Mansion.

Street52 will be playing Sunday afternoons at the Mansion through the end of September.

Check out Street52’s website setup at Street52.com, like us on Facebook @ facebook.com/street52.theband.

Cam Schaefer’s Music & Pop Art

Pop Art

The narrative of serial art works more like music than like literature.

Sol Lewitt

Please join Cam Schaefer for his art opening at Studio22.

Opening Reception

Saturday evening – August 17th – 8:00 to 10:30
Studio22 Open Gallery
320 King Street East – 2nd floor

Music By

Joey Wright (guitar)
Zak Colbert (bass)
Christos Smirnios (drums)

Paul Clifford Trio at Olivea every Tuesday

Paul Clifford Trio
Paul Clifford Trio. Every Tuesday from 6-9 @ Olivea

Each Tuesday evening,The Paul Clifford Trio performs live at Olivea restaurant (39 Brock Street) in downtown Kingston. There is no cover charge Payday Loan and food is top class. Feel free to come for drinks or dessert as well. This week the trio is:

Jonathan Stewart – sax
David Barton – guitar
Paul Clifford – bass

Music is from 6PM-9PM.

Tue, Sep 13: Live @ Olivea

This Tuesday, September 13th marks the beginning of a new series of musicians at Olivea in downtown Kingston. This band for this week (and hopefully for many more weeks as well) will be:

The Paul Clifford Trio

Dave Barton – guitar
Paul Clifford courtney thorne smith pokies – bass
Jonathan Stewart – sax

They will be playing mainly jazz standards with a sprinkling of modern numbers. Sets are 6-7 and 8-9, no cover! Please come out to the beginning of a number of great evenings of music at a truly fine establishment.

Bone Ultimatum Shows Jul/Aug

Hello jazz fans,

Taylor Donaldson’s group, The Bone Ultimatum, will be playing in the area on the following dates:

  • Tuesday July 12 at 12:30: Confederation Basin
  • Thursday July 14 at 7:30: Gananaque – Music In The Park
  • Friday July 22 at 7:o0: Kingston Market Square
  • Sunday August 7 at 7:00: Lion’s Civic Viagra Gardens as a part of Music In The Park

The band is:

  • Taylor Donaldson – bone
  • John Palmer – bone
  • Sylvain Gagnon – bone
  • Bob Campbell – bone
  • Andy Sparling – bone
  • Kent Smith – bone
  • Dave Barton – guitar
  • Paul Clifford – bass
  • Sean Donaldson – drums

Come check it out! Great small ensemble jazz arrangements by Taylor.

June 27: The Alex Goodman Quintet @ The Cove Inn (Westport)

Come see the Alex Goodman Quintet in Westport at the Cove Inn on June 27th.

The Alex Goodman Quintet brings together some of the country’s top young talent to perform music that fuses the jazz and classical traditions. The band is releasing it’s new CD on a cross-Canadian tour sponsored by the Canada Council for the Arts and cialis for women will be performing in Westport before competing for the coveted TD Grand Prix de Jazz at the Montreal Jazz Festival. The group plays modern jazz that incorporates classical textures, contrapuntal writing, Baroque linear ideas, Impressionism and 20th century composition.

The band is:

ALEX GOODMAN – GUITAR/COMPOSITION
NICK MORGAN – SAXOPHONES
DARCY MYRONUK – PIANO
MAX ROACH – DRUMS
DAN FORTIN  – BASS

June 16-18: Jazz @ Skeleton Park Music Festival

Applecrisp has done it again! Get ready for the 6th annual Skeleton Park Music Festival at McBurney Park here in Kingston, Ontario. We are pleased to support this event. Please check out further details at:

http://skeletonparkmusicfestival.ca

As for jazz at SPMF, we are excited to see that Yuka is playing at 2:30pm, and the Souljazz Orchestra at 7:30pm, both on Sat, June 18th.

Since their creation in Ottawa, Canada, back in 2002, the Souljazz Orchestra have become one of the most potent bands in their field. Drawing on the rough, raw grooves of the ’60s and ’70s and effortlessly fusing soul, jazz, afro and latin rhythms within their music, the group have moved forward the blueprint of Fela, Fania and the funk in entirely new ways, while keeping the vital analogue grit intact. As a live unit, years of relentless touring have formed the band into an in-demand fixture at venues and festivals worldwide casino en ligne roulette.

Having turned heads with two fine records on the Toronto-based Do Right! label, Freedom No Go Die (2006, featuring their breakthrough single “Mista President”) and Manifesto (2008), the Souljazz Orchestra have recently released the hotly anticipated Rising Sun album on London-based Strut Records. Drawing on a wider canvas of styles than ever before, touching on spiritual jazz, deep African rhythms, and cinematic soundscapes, the Orchestra take their sound to new heights with stunning musicianship and virtuoso arrangements throughout. Long-time fan Gilles Peterson (BBC Radio One) has already declared this album to be their best yet.

Pierre Chrétien – vintage keyboards, percussion, vocals
Marielle Rivard – percussion, vocals
Steve Patterson – tenor saxophone, percussion, vocals
Ray Murray – baritone saxophone, percussion, vocals
Zakari Frantz – alto saxophone, flute, percussion, vocals
Philippe Lafrenière – drums, percussion, vocals

Website: http://www.souljazzorchestra.com/home.html

Yuka are a Funk and Nu-Jazz band from Toronto, featuring Kingston’s own James Taylor on guitar. Check out their music at:

http://yuka.bandcamp.com