Demo Sessions 2019
The Gypsy Jazz Project
Produced by Craig Greening.
The Gypsy Jazz Project (GJP) is a Canberra-based quartet playing 1930s Parisian “hot club” jazz in the style of Django Reinhardt. Featuring Bruce Rose and Sverre Molland on guitars, Anthony Irving on double bass and Steve Rouch on clarinet and vocals, the GJP plays hot string swing jazz that will bring a smile to your dial and get your hands clapping while your feet tapping. The band plays regularly at jazz venues in Canberra and neighbouring regions, as well as festivals, private functions, weddings, vineyards and cocktail parties.
Last Friday of the month's hot club swing is back at Gang Gang where the Gypsy Jazz Project will take care of business, playing smoking hot, dance-able Django tunes.
Join us for an afternoon of hot club jazz in the style of Django Reinhardt when the Cameron Jones Trio (Sydney) teams up with Canberra-locals, The Gypsy Jazz Project, for a double-header of elegant stringswing.
The Gypsy Jazz Project (ACT) The Gypsy Jazz Project (GJP) is a Canberra based quartet playing Gypsy Jazz in the style of Django Reinhardt. Featuring Sverre Molland and Bruce Rose on guitars, Anthony Irving on double bass and Stephen Rouch on clarinet and vocals, the GJP will bring a smile to your dial and get hands clapping and your feet tapping. The GJP plays regularly at jazz venues in Canberra and neighbouring regions, as well as private functions, weddings, vineyards and cocktail parties.
Cameron Jones Trio (NSW) Cameron Jones is musician who draws inspiration from the driving rhythms and melodic honesty of the acoustic gypsy jazz guitar. He performs regularly with prominent Sydney bands, The Spyglass Gypsies and Gadjo Guitars. Jones is also the Creative Director of the Brisbane based OzManouche Festival. Australia's only festival dedicated to gypsy jazz. For this performance Jones will be featuring material, The Waterfall Way his first album under his own name. The album draws its repertoire and inspiration from his travels to France and The Netherlands over 5 years where he was able to explore the very source of gypsy jazz music.