Ron Davis Quintet To Record New Live Album April 8th & 9th


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Paul Hahn & Co. Pianos
April 8th and 9th
7:00 PM

On Saturday April 8th and Sunday April 9th at 7:00 PM, the Ron Davis Quintet will be recording a live CD in performance at Toronto's historic and splendid Paul Hahn & Co. Pianos, 1058 Yonge Street, Toronto. Joining Ron Davis (piano) on stage will be Sasha Boychouk (clarinet and saxes), Richard Underhill (sax), Mike Downes (bass) and Ted Warren (drums). Tickets, which include wine and refreshments, are $50 with limited seating available, so please reserve tickets by calling 416-922-3122.

The Ron Davis Quintet performs original songs and out-of-the-way standards with a fresh energy that sets their sound apart, all the while echoing the great Oscar Peterson and Andre Previn trios. Their 2004 CD Mungle Music ("Brilliant Album"--The Live Music Report) received critical acclaim, and was named “One of the Top 10 Jazz Recordings in 2004" by CODA Magazine, Jack Chambers. There are pop influences, as heard on their recording with vocalist Lori Cullen, So Much, a 2003 Jazz Album of the Year in the Canadian Music Week Independent Awards nominee. Shimmering Rhythm is their ambitious and innovative recording of energetic, melodic jazz with classical, klezmer and world influences. The CD has garnered international acclaim, and has been named one of 2005's best by JAZZ.FM, CODA Magazine and Zeitgesit (Scotland).

For more information and online EPK, please visit: www.RonDavisTrio.com

For media information, please contact:
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T: 416.922.4459
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