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Chris Gale

Chris Gale is a Toronto-based saxophonist, composer, producer and educator whose driving style and rich tone can be heard on hundreds of recordings. As leader and a sideman, Gale has performed around the globe in theatres, clubs and at festivals, impressing crowds with his lyrical sensibility and soulful approach. Gale’s diverse musical career has led to performances with Randy Brecker, Jeff Healy, Arkells, Ron Sexsmith, Brandi Disterheft, Michael Kaeshammer, Colin James, Blue Rodeo, Johnny Reid, Oliver Jones, Powder Blues Band and Jarvis Church. Chris is also a long standing member of The Worst Pop Band Ever, Hector Quartet, and Gordon Mowat’s Skeleton Crew.

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Into the daybreak

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: Day of Change; May the 4th Be With You; Lamentation Revelation; Samba on the Sand; Snake in the Grass; Into the Daybreak; Tomorrow is Yesterday; Journey Beyond Seven; Resolve

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Day of Change

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
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A Very Large Gap

Label: Independent
Released: 2016
Track listing: Treefology Midden Impermanence With Both Feet On The Ground Moanin' Fearless and Kind Seedy Underbelly Button Roadhouse, Mass. Blues Bird (White Throated Sparrow) Further Than The Future Quantum Tzac A Very Large Gap

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Mr. Marblesz: Mr. Marblesz

Read "Mr. Marblesz" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


Mr. Marblesz, a band with a twist in its name and its music, has its roots in Toronto, Canada. The music finds a home in jazz, but branches out into several genres with finesse and a decided sense of fun, which raises it to an appreciable level. Guitarist/vocalist Tom Juhas shows flair as a ...


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