Thu. November 16th 2017 8pm doors at 6pm (All Ages) 20, 15 and 12 low income.
Reservations close 4 hours prior to show time.
We're finishing up our debut album! Join us as we play our tunes outside of terror dome of studio recording. This is not the CD release but there will be a signup list to be first in line for when it is released in the very near future... Grab your coat, get your hat and strap on your best toe tapping kicks for a groovy night of original jazz, soul and hip hop.
Cover: $20, $15 students, $12 low/no income.
Downbeat @ 8pm
Andrew Greenwood -sax
Dakota Hoeppner -keys
Cyril Lojda -drums
Trav Short -bass
Wes Carroll -guitar&vocals
The Wes Carroll Confabulation walk the tight-rope, balancing detailed arrangements with the power of spontaneity. Since early 2015, they have honed their unique blend: stretching out into a world of hip-hop grooves, soul and electricity while not losing their footing in jazz. http://www.wescarrollmusic.com
- go to our website to sign up for updates on our debut album!
Wes Carroll Confabulation
The Wes Carroll Confabulation walk the tight-rope, balancing detailed arrangements with the power of spontaneity. Since early 2015, they have honed their unique blend: stretching out into a world of hip-hop grooves, soul and electricity while not losing their footing in jazz.
Will be releasing debut album in early 2018! more info
Wes Carroll (Jazz, Blues, Funk/Soul, Bossa/Latin, ect...)
Victoria, BC based composer, arranger, guitarist and vocalist, Wes Carroll is dedicated to reaching audiences with his original creations. His writing strives to surprise and intrigue through swings of volume, groove and emotion. In 2014 he graduated with a degree in Jazz Studies from Vancouver Island University.
In the summer of 2013 Wes contr... more info
Cyril Lojda (Jazz, Funk, Hip Hop, R&B, Blues)
Cyril Lojda was born in Carlsbad, a spa city in western Bohemia, the Czech Republic. At the age of eighteen he fell in love with Jazz and started to play drums.
In 2009 he studied at Music Conservatory of Jaroslav Jezek in Prague (KJJ) and was part of Milan Svoboda USP big band and also small jazz group called Fanfan Tulipan. This group became the... more info