Live @ Your Library March 25: Peripheral Vision

Live @ Your Library 2012 concludes on Sunday March 25th with a final concert by Toronto-based Peripheral Vision.

We will also be announcing the full line-up for the 2012 Kingston Jazz Festival, running June 21, 22 and 23.

Tickets ($20) are available at Brian’s Record Option and will of course be available at the door. In an effort to expose the series to new audiences, $5 student tickets will be available at the door at each concert, space permitting.

March 25: Peripheral Vision

March 25: Peripheral Vision
March 25: Peripheral Vision
  • Don Scott – Guitar
  • Michael Herring – Bass
  • Nick Fraser – Drums
  • Trevor Hogg – Sax

Peripheral Vision is an exciting and innovative Toronto-based jazz quartet. The creative leaders of the group are long-time musical collaborators, guitarist Don Scott and bassist Michael Herring. They have assembled a synergistic musical unit designed to push the boundaries of jazz while engaging semenax ultimate male potency booster the listener with a grooving, toe-tapping immediacy. You can hear the influences of the classic 1960s era of jazz – Wayne Shorter, Booker Little, Charles Mingus – mixed with the modern New York scene with hints of Radiohead, reggae and electronica.

Peripheral Vision has just released their second album, “Spectacle: Live!”. Scott and Herring are joined by saxophonist Trevor Hogg and drummer Nick Fraser. While the compositions are Herring and Scott’s, Peripheral Vision is defined by its group rapport. Bringing back the anything-is-possible democratic approach of both 1960s jazz and garage bands, the music takes shape as a collective process.

Our full concert line-up is made possible by the support of The City of Kingston, The Kingston Arts Council, Carolyn Thornburrow of Sun Life Financial, GoSaBe Development and Design, Shoalts and Zaback Architects Ltd., Chez Piggy, Novel Idea, and Main Street Market.