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  • Date: Sunday, 6 September 2009
  • Venue: Bennetts Lane Jazz Club — 25 Bennetts Lane, Melbourne, VIC
  • Series: This event is part of the MJC series

Event Details

Taking their cues just as much from jazz luminaries Miles Davis, Bill Evans and Wayne Shorter as French Impressionist composers Eric Satie and Debussy (with a bit of Brian Eno on the side), this trio captures the broad brushstroke of a film score together with lashings of playfulness, humour, art and improvisation. OK OK OK was formed in 2007 by a trio of like-minded musicians who, when faced with the problem of replacing their drummer who left for a tour of Turkey, restructured and created a new sound. Featuring Sophia Exiner on piano, Joshua Teicher on guitar and Josh Holt on acoustic bass, this year they have recorded their debut album, working with producer/engineer Joe Talia (solo work/Andrea Keller) due to be released in 2010. This will be their last gig for a few months, as Exiner is soon to be studying with contemporary classical pianists Amy Williams and Amy Briggs in America for the remainder of the year.

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