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Early Bird OFFER - 3 GIG COMBO DEAL
Sat, 29 Apr 2017, 17:30 – Sun, 30 Apr 2017, 22:00 IST
AMAZING Early Bird Deal only 100 tickets available - Freedoms Trio play Saturday at 5.30pm and Saturday & Sunday night Moonshine Shindigs in the Festival Hall Ballydehob featuring Home Jazz Band, Rhythm Lord Brothers & Swing Dance Marathons
FREEDOMS TRIO is a remarkable international collaboration. A meeting between the extraordinary Norwegian acoustic guitarist Steinar Aadnekvam (Norway), amazing drummer and singer Deodato Siquir (Mozambique), and bass virtuoso Rubem Farias (Brazil).
In February 2016 the new album Freedoms Trio was released by the respected Norwegian label Losen Records. (www.losenrecords.no) This is Steinar Aadnekvams 5th studio album and followed a series of critically acclaimed albums and international tours over the past decade.
“One of the most exciting guitar talents in recent years” – Orkesterjournalen
“Ein junger genius” – Jazz Podium
“The mastery of Steinar Aadnekvam of letter and spirit cogently demonstrates the depth and understanding, and supremacy of his playing.” – World Music Report
HOME JAZZ BAND is an innovative and playful traditional jazz and swing band from one of the most important places in the Jazz revival: Vilnius, Lithuania. Consisting of some of the best jazz musicians and guided by their band leader & international jazz dance instructor, Mindaugas Bikauskas, Home Jazz Band is a perfect match for dancers and people who love a Hot Jazz party. The band rediscover old jazz songs and spices them up with a hopping New Orleans flavour and the Swinging Style of Golden Era Jazz. Their concert is an easy time machine ticket back to the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s. Every song is a different story told by young musicians with old souls. This music will light up your heart, put a smile on your face and move your feet like they’ve never moved before.
RHYTHM LORD BROTHERS Traditional jazz, The Roaring Twenties, The Big Band Swing Era, speakeasies, house rent parties, vaudeville shows, flappers, ragtime, women smoking cigarettes, sexual emancipation, gangsters, hedonism, and Prohibition symbolize what is also known as The Jazz Age. Despite all the careless behavior, illegal liquor and raucous parties, all of this delicious debauchery never lost its proper form or posture; dodgy cats in dapper clothing, improper looks within respectable conversations, a composed temper in the eye of the hurricane of decadence… That is the allure of Jazz.