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Daimon Brunton Sextet
- Date: Sunday, 27 September 2009
- Venue: Bennetts Lane Jazz Club — 25 Bennetts Lane, Melbourne, VIC
- Tickets: $15/$10
The Daimon Brunton Quartet is one of the city’s most hard-working and popular small jazz groups, having played at almost every live music venue in Melbourne over the past decade, and producing two albums. The band currently has a heavily groove-orientated sound inspired by the late Freddie Hubbard’s 1970’s CTI recordings. Consequently the group has taken on a larger format, adding Phil Binotto (percussion), Ron Romero (tenor saxophone) and Stella Skinner (guitar) to the usual stalwarts of Aaron McCollough (drums), Michael Story (acoustic bass), Olaf Scott (keyboards) and Daimon Brunton (trumpet). The Daimon Brunton Septet is making a live recording of their first gig at Bennetts Lane.
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- Jazz/improvisation by Daimon Brunton Septet
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