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Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival news : Today is Blue Monday – the most depressing day of the year – so Jazz Tower’s own…

Today is Blue Monday - the most depressing day of the year - so Jazz Tower's own...

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Today is Blue Monday – the most depressing day of the year – so Jazz Tower’s own Dr Jazz recommends listening to Eddie Boyd’s tune for a wee pick-me-up..Eddie Boyd – Blue Monday Blues

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We’re excited to announce that we will be marking the dates of this year’s festival with the Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival Online! Join us from 23-26 July for four days of free gigs, all streamed across our website and social media platforms. More details coming soon - sign up to our mailing list for the latest updates: edinburghjazzfestival.com
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We’re excited to announce that we will be marking the dates of this year’s festival with the Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival Online! Join us from 23-26 July for four days of free gigs, all streamed across our website and social media platforms. More details coming soon - sign up to our mailing list for the latest updates: https://edinburghjazzfestival.com

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💥 HOT NEW MUSIC BY corto.alto: 'Is That It?' 💥

The amazing corto.alto have just released a brand new track, featuring MOBO Award Winner, Mercury Prize nominee and all around incredible artist Soweto Kinch Official! What a way to kick start the weekend 😎

'Is That It?' was fully composed, recorded and produced in lockdown, with artists working together remotely. The mighty line up includes: Tim Quicke (trumpet), Christos Stylianides (trumpet), Anoushka Nanguy (trombone & vocals), Mateusz Sobieski (sax), Harry Weir (sax), Liam Shortall (guitar & trombone), James Mackay (guitar), Fergus McCreadie - Pianist (keys), Seb Read (bass), Samuel Michnik (drums), Peru Eizagirre (drums), Graham Costello (drums).

This is the final release of 'Live from 435', a series of 20 songs recorded live in a flat in Glasgow throughout this past year, all featuring different musicians and guest artists, covering a broad range of styles. With impressive musical and creative skills, Liam Shortall is one of the most inspiring Scottish jazz musicians of his generation.

Check out the song & the project in the links below & support the artist if you can 👇👇👇
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