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Fri, Sep 09 - Sun, Sep 11

METALWOOD CD RELEASE

Time 8:00 pm

 

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With two Juno awards, five Juno nominations, and a host of other international awards, Metalwood is arguably Canada’s most decorated jazz group. Between 1997 and 2003, the name Metalwood became synonymous with groove-orientated electric jazz, winning the band devoted fans around the world. Taking their cue from the likes of Weather Report, Miles Davis, and Return to Forever, the band developed a sound and style all their own, and in the process, the four members their reputations as world-class improvisers and composers.

Many wondered if Metalwood would ever return. Well… the wait is finally over. Twenty years after their Juno award-winning debut, fourteen years since their last release, Metalwood’s album “Twenty” takes the band’s genre-defining sound to new heights, while paying homage to the cohesive energy that made the group an international success. “Twenty” is more than a comeback. It is arguably Metalwood’s best album to date. With Mike Murley – saxophones, Brad Turner – keys and trumpet, Chris Tarry – electric bass and Ian Froman - drums.

 

Fri, Sep 09 - Sun, Sep 11

METALWOOD CD RELEASE

Time 8:00 pm

 

Buy Tickets

With two Juno awards, five Juno nominations, and a host of other international awards, Metalwood is arguably Canada’s most decorated jazz group. Between 1997 and 2003, the name Metalwood became synonymous with groove-orientated electric jazz, winning the band devoted fans around the world. Taking their cue from the likes of Weather Report, Miles Davis, and Return to Forever, the band developed a sound and style all their own, and in the process, the four members their reputations as world-class improvisers and composers.

Many wondered if Metalwood would ever return. Well… the wait is finally over. Twenty years after their Juno award-winning debut, fourteen years since their last release, Metalwood’s album “Twenty” takes the band’s genre-defining sound to new heights, while paying homage to the cohesive energy that made the group an international success. “Twenty” is more than a comeback. It is arguably Metalwood’s best album to date. With Mike Murley – saxophones, Brad Turner – keys and trumpet, Chris Tarry – electric bass and Ian Froman - drums.