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Bob Brough with Dave Field and Tom Forsyth

February 5, 2022 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm EST

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CAN $19 – CAN $27
We’re very excited to have an icon of the Canadian jazz scene back on our platform with a new group of friends. Tenor saxophonist Bob Brough will perform with Dave Field and Tom Forsyth and they’ll each perform from their homes in Toronto. During the pandemic, this trio of fabulous musicians have been jamming online regularly and they’ve developed a great rapport and a unique repertoire of some of their favourite tunes. For this show they’ll be playing a selection of eclectic jazz tunes from a variety of composers such as Bill Evans, Wayne Shorter, and Chick Corea; as well as some familiar standards from Cole Porter and Henry Mancini. There will also be moments of free improv between some of the selections.

Stuck at home and wishing you could be out together with friends? Purchase a BRING A FRIEND ticket and sit together in our virtual venue at your own table where you can chat while watching the show together. Or watch separately on YouTube. Either way, after the show, come into the virtual venue to meet the musicians in one of our many virtual bars.

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About the musicians
Bob Brough has been a key member of the Canadian jazz music scene for over 50 years. Having come to prominence in the 1980s with the trailblazing Time Warp, and Jim Galloway’s Wee Big Band, Bob continued with the JUNO award winning Rich Underhill Quintet in the early 2000s. Since 2006, the focus of Mr. Brough’s creative output as an instrumentalist, bandleader and composer has been with his quartet featuring an all star Canadian rhythm section of top Canadian drummer Terry Clarke, pianist Adrean Farrugia, and bassist Artie Roth. His group debuted with “A Decade of Favorites” in 2003, “Like a Spring Day” in 2005, and most recently, “Time Away” in 2008. Charting at # 1 on Chart Attack! and Earshot during it’s first month of release. Selections from these recordings can be heard frequently on Canadian and international radio stations as well as his contributions as a side person on over 30 albums, including Rich Underhill’s JUNO award winning “Tales from The Blue Lounge” in 2003. He is also a busy local player in Toronto, featured in ensembles including The Peter Hill Quintet, The Jive Bombers, The George Koller Quartet, The Laura Hubert Band and The Greg Pilo Quartet. Since the 1980’s, Bob’s sprawling performance career has brought him touring across Canada numerous times, performing in Jazz Festivals with groups including Time Warp, The Richard Underhill Quintet and most recently his own Quartet in 2018. Highlights have included his Quartet opening for Herbie Hancock at the 2004 Ottawa International Jazz Festival, as well as countless appearances at concert and club settings in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Quebec City, Ottawa, Calgary, Halifax, and Edmonton.

Dave Field been active on the Toronto jazz scene since the 1970’s and before that in Vancouver. While in Vancouver he was a member of the road band for Fifth Dimension and played with them in 1969 and ’70. He can be seen with them in the movie “The Summer of Soul”. In 1972 Dave did a summer TV series with Paul Horn for CTV. After moving to Toronto, he became very active on the jazz scene at the time and played in the local clubs with Chet Baker, Lee Konitz, George Coleman, James Moody, Herb Ellis,Barney Kissel, to name only a few. He also worked with Peggy Lee, Sammy Davis Jr. Rita Moreno, and many others. He has been featured on countless recordings including the JUNO-award winning album The Atlantic Suite: Nimmons ‘N Nine Plus Six.

Tom Forsyth is a jazz guitarist from Hamilton, Ontario. After initial studies with Lorne Lofsky, Tom has been playing, teaching and studying in the GTA for over 40 years. Some highlights have involved performances at various festivals, including Hamilton, Brantford, Niagara and Toronto jazz festivals. After retiring from teaching in 2015, he became a PhD candidate at York University, specializing in jazz analysis and pedagogy. One of his current interests is delving deep into Ed Bickert’s improvisational style.


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February 5, 2022
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm EST
CAN $19 – CAN $27
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