The death of the famous jazz trumpet player FREDDIE HUBBARD in ’91 shook the world of jazz. Freddie Hubbard’s horn sound has profoundly affected thousands of traumatists around the world, his powerful style and dynamic style have shaped the evolution of many people, including the Trinidadian-born multi-award winning jazz traumatist Brownman. علی۔ Tonight, Ali, and Toronto’s best star cast, does an interesting job of paying tribute to Freddie Hubbard, one of the greatest jazz players in the history of artform. One set of Hubbard’s early soundtracks will be featured at night, while the Blue Note label (“Ready for Freddie”, “Open Sesame”) and the other set, CTI Labels (“Red Clay”) will feature their later electric shots. Will do. “Sky Dave”).
:: Brownman Ali. – Bugle, Electric Bugle (National Jazz Award)
:: Nick McLean – Piano and Synthesis (Global Music Awards)
:: Ross McIntyre. – Sound and Electric Bass (Juno Award)
:: Ethan Ardale – Drum sets and break beats (Juno Award)
Friday, August 27, 2021
7: 30-10: 30pm (Doors @ 7pm)
$ 20 door, $ 15 in advance, $ 10 students w / ID.
@ Supermarket, 268 Augusta, Toronto, www.SupermarketTO.ca
About Brownman Ali:
Internationally acclaimed trumpet player, Brownman Ali has been hailed by NY Village Voice as “Canada’s leading jazz trumpet player”, and is known as the last trumpet singer for the famous jazz-hip-hop organization Guru’s Jazmtaz. ۔ Group). While he is not leading his own 8 groups (including National Jazz Award-winning Brownman Electric Trivo and Montreal Jazz Fest’s “Grand Prix du Jazz” winner Cruzau), he is also a highly sought-after studio session musician who has performed over 300 Published on over recording. History, and Brooklyn-based Brontasuras Records is the CEO of the label. www.Browntasauras.com
“Awards are naturally good, but to dig into what Brownman is doing, you have to watch him live. I had the opportunity to do so in the summer when Brownman confronted all three of his killers.” This guy gets a lot of chips, meets the soul, and has a sense of phraseology that remembers a lot of great people, but suggests being his own. “- Buffalo News