8:00pm - GM4
Contemporary jazz music that is both unexpected and familiar, a bit like being woken up with a lick across the face from the family dog. These guys have performed with all the greats (that’s right all of them), at some great places, and are really good at music. So book us, you won’t regret it. “Who would have thought that jazz and entertainment could mesh so seamlessly” – Musikpress 2014. Gerard Masters – piano/vocals Oliver Thorpe – guitar/vocals Brett Hirst – bass Evan Mannell – drums www.facebook.com/gerardmastersmusic
9:30pm - Career Advice (Melbourne)
With a good education, sky’s the limit. Where will you be in 5 years? Are you happy with your chosen profession? Do you have the career trajectory you’ve been working all your life for? Work less, make more! For all this help and more see: Lewis Moody’s ‘Career Advice’ featuring guidance from: Marty Holoubek – bass Jacob Evans – drums Luke Minness – saxophone Ben Harrison – trumpet Lewis Moody – fender rhodes. Lewis Moody’s Career Advice make their debut performance at Jazzgroove in support of their recently released self-titled EP. www.facebook.com/careeradvicemusic www.careeradvice.bandcamp.com/releases www.soundcloud.com/career-advice
What is Jazzgroove? Jazzgroove is a not-for-profit organisation presenting high-quality original and improvised music from various jazz related cannons. Our focus is on musicians who are in the early stages of forming a national and international career. Jazzgroove's purpose is to nurture upcoming musicians by allowing a platform and performance opportunity to an established audience through our weekly Tuesday double bill events, marketing/ promotion support while also providing a dialogue and mentorship between past Jazzgroove performers and more experienced musicians.
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