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In the 1950's and 60's the Cannonball Adderley Quintet crisscrossed the United States in two Cadillacs bringing joy, sass and swing to small clubs and concert halls, celebrating and sharing a music equally rooted in the blues, gospel music and in hard swinging bebop.

Featuring:

Roy Styffe - sax
Miguelito Valdes - trumpet
Tony Genge - piano
Peter Dowse - bass
Kelby MacNayr - drums

Arguably one of the most artistically and commercially successful small groups of the era, much of the Adderley Brothers material has become lost and forgotten today. In this special presentation, we bring back to life some of the greatest hits and lesser known treasures of the Adderley Brothers repertoire featuring the wonderful saxophonist Roy Styffe, fiery Cuban trumpet virtuoso Miguelito Valdes, swinging piano player Tony Genge, the driving bass of Peter Dowse and the subtle and explosive drumming of Kelby MacNayr!

James Bay United Church, 

Admission by donation ($20 suggested but all donations are welcome)
Concert begins at 7pm and ends at approximately 8:20pm.
Masks required on the main floor, masks optional in balcony.

relax in the cosy and acoustically excellent sanctuary
of James Bay United Church
for some very special presentations

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Enjoy this weeks Feature Video from our Achives

Tuesday Night Jazz at the Church is an Arts Ministry of James Bay United Church
in partnership with the Victoria Jazz Community

James Bay United Church and the Victoria Jazz Community continue to be partnered together during the COVID-19 closures to bring entertaining educational content for you to listen to at any time.