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Jason Bruer

Jason’s musical career started in the mid-eighties, taking up the saxophone at 18. He commenced a jazz diploma at Adelaide University in 1982. His Quintet ‘Small Hours’ supported international heavy weights Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard and also Johnny Griffin. He moved to Sydney in 1984 with eight-piece band Fat Time, who had outgrown the Adelaide scene and eventually went on to become one of Australia’s most popular live acts. The band’s numerous appearances on TV included The Ray Martin show, The Mike Walsh show and Hey Hey It’s Saturday. They were also the winners of national talent show Starsearch in 1986


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