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MUSICIAN Born:

Eldafyre

Eldafyre grew up in Shepparton, Victoria. His early 20’s were spent in the city of Melbourne. Now 38 he resides within the northern rivers of NSW or hidden in the mountains around Hepburn. His first official album was created in 2016. A dark jazz, smokey noir feeling with influences to the likes of Patti smith and Rodriguez. Written with intention, dedicated to love and the journey of spoken word is paramount to the brand ELDAFYRE, A Story. He likes to think of himself as a story teller. In 2017 ‘Islands in mind’ was formed as a 2nd album... Instead with an ‘island vibe’ feel

Urbanity US Tour June 2017

Urbanity US Tour June 2017

The collaboration between Albare and Phil Turcio started 27 years ago when Albert Dadon–aka Albare–was looking for a new pianist for his band. At the time Phil had just turned 18. Albare recalls, “He was not even the youngest member of the band then; our drummer just turned 17.” “These guys sounded so good, it was ...

NEWS: MUSIC INDUSTRY

Alfi Records US Label Launch: Sandoval, Turcio, Orozco, Chindamo/Black, Albare

Alfi Records US Label Launch: Sandoval, Turcio, Orozco, Chindamo/Black, Albare

ALFI Records Celebrates International Label with Diverse Releases Featuring Arturo Sandoval, Joe Chindamo/Zoe Black, Phil Turcio, César Orozco and the Company’s Own Founder, Albare ALFI Records, the new international, multicultural record label founded by virtuoso jazz guitarist Albert Dadon (aka Albare) celebrates its worldwide launch with five releases by a roster of lauded musicians, including 10-time Grammy winner Arturo Sandoval, Joe Chindamo/Zoe ...

Albare: Only Human

Read "Only Human" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Australian guitarist Albare (Albert Dadon) celebrates ethnic diversity and cultural threads common to all people with the effervescent Only Human. Together with pianist Phil Turcio they have penned a set of ten catchy, impressionistic tunes that the band interprets with tastefully understated performances.

The breezy music coalesces around a few clean and elementary motifs ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Phil Turcio / Ric Fierabracci / Joel Rosenblatt: Hemispheres

Read "Hemispheres" reviewed by John Kelman

When saxophonist Bill Evans brought his Soulgrass project to the 2007 Ottawa Jazz Festival, what differentiated it significantly from Béla Fleck and the Flecktones was that, stellar playing aside, this was a band that grooved hard, largely due to the rock-solid support of bassist David Livolsi and drummer Joel Rosenblatt. Hemispheres is the first release by ...