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A fresh approach to jazz: Classic rock hits arranged for a jazz quartet, along with familiar jazz standards. Hits from the ’60s, ’70s, ’80s and ’90s from The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Billy Joel, Stevie Wonder and more, as you’ve ever heard before. Blue Fiasco members have been playing for over five decades each: George Cyphers (saxophones), Ron Florkowski (bass), Jon Hedges (guitar) and Andy Kenen (drums). A partial song list of our jazz arrangements inspired by classic rock: Another Brick In The Wall (Pink Floyd) Can’t Buy Me Love (The Beatles) Don’t Know Why (Nora Jones) Don’t Worry ‘Bout A Thing (Stevie Wonder) Higher Ground (Stevie Wonder) Just The Way You Are (Billy Joel) Michelle (The Beatles) Money (Pink Floyd) New York State of Mind (Billy Joel) Norwegian Wood (The Beatles) She’s Leaving Home (The Beatles) Something (The Beatles) Us And Them (Pink Floyd)
Andreas Toftemark is a 30-year-old saxophonist and composer who currently lives in Copenhagen. For 4 years Andreas lived and performed regularly on the New York jazz scene, he has been on tour in Denmark, Sweden, Germany, and Spain; and performed at venues such as The Bimhuis in Amsterdam, Christanias Jazz Club Copenhagen, The Hat Bar in Berlin and Unity Jazz Club in Sweden, both as a sideman and bandleader. You can listen to Andreas Toftemark's debut album - A New York Flight- on all digital platforms. The Album consists of a mix of original tunes and arrangements of American songs
Cambridge-based Q3 was formed in 2013 and has a high quality line up featuring Kevin Flanagan on sax (Rip Rap, Tommy Chase, Chris Ingham), Martin Hallmark on piano (Helen McDonald and Juba, Andy Bowie Quartet), Tiago Coimbra on bass (Hiromi, Resolution 88, Dennis Rollins, Orphy Robinson, Myles Sanko) and Steve Hynes on drums (Daphna Sadeh, Superstition, Chicago Blues Brothers). The band plays contemporary jazz and jazz-funk featuring original compositions by pianist Martin Hallmark.
Vlad West, known in Russia as Vladimir Sermakashev, was a child prodigy. Born in Baku (Russia) he studied piano from age three, composition from age five. At that early age he was playing solo piano concerts at Baku Conservatory and was taking composing and arranging lessons with well known professors. Mr. West has technique and knowledge of classical and jazz music well beyond ordinary piano player. As Mr. Starr (president of Oberlin College, Jazz Study) said about West in one of his books on jazz: "In his combination of grittiness and lyricism, blues feeling and sheer drive, he has few equals, in Europe certainly and even in America." Not fully satisfied with classical music, West discovered jazz at the age nine and at 16 he was already a well known jazz musician in Moscow