Snaggle – The Mansion – Kingston, ON – Aug 17, 2017

Who
Snaggle
When
Thursday, August 17, 2017
8:00pm - All Ages
Where
The Mansion (map)
506 Princess St
Kingston, ON, Canada K7L 1C5
Other Info
Often described as Canada’s answer to Snarky Puppy, Snaggle combines influences from jazz, rock, metal, classical and everything else they can get their hands on to create their own brash and infectious brand of hard funk. With influences ranging from Miles Davis to Rage Against the Machine, Snaggle features a repertoire of exciting, dynamic and entirely original material. This all-star line up of players, including the fastest drummer in the entire world, are among some of the best 20-somethings on the scene and represent the next generation of Canadian talent.

www.snagglemusic.com

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Avataar – The Emmet Ray – Toronto, ON – Aug 6, 2017

Who
Avataar
When
Sunday, August 6, 2017
8:30pm - All Ages
Where
The Emmet Ray (map)
924 College St.
Toronto, ON, Canada
Other Info
AVATAAR, led by multiple Juno-nominated saxophonist/flutist and composer Sundar Viswanathan, is a dynamic World-jazz ensemble that seamlessly melds the music of India, Brazil, and modern jazz with atmospheric landscapes and world grooves. Cleverly layered and cinematic in scope, the music drives and swirls through a vast sonic palette.

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On Topic – Options Jazz Lounge – Kanata, ON – Jul 8, 2017

Who
On Topic
When
Saturday, July 8, 2017
8:00pm - All Ages
Where
Brookstreet Hotel
525 Legget Drive
Kanata, ON, Canada
Other Info
The Music of ‘On Topic’ is a collaborative effort from guitarist Kim Ratcliffe, drummer Aubrey Dayle, and the new blood on the music scene, bassist Brad Cheeseman. The trio was formed in early 2015, and is now putting aside some of their other musical endeavors to bring music to the world in this trio setting. Each member of the group are leaders of their own solo projects as well. ‘On Topic’ is a project where they have an opportunity to express themselves in an environment where it is good to relinquish some control, and work more as a band.

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