House concert for Indigo Jazz

Courtenay’s Downtown Social Club on Saturday, June 25

Indigo Jazz includes Dale Graham (vocals), Rick Husband (guitar), and John Hyde (bass).

The trio performs a house concert at Courtenay’s Downtown Social Club on Saturday, June 25.  Doors open at 7:30 and music starts at 8 p.m. The $20 admission includes light snacks.

This combo has a sweet rapport that gives their music a conversational quality and truly engages the listener.  Over their five years together, their reputation for strong melodies, elegant delivery, and rhythmic nuance has grown them many fans and supporters.  Catch a sample of their work at www.indigojazz.ca

Hyde’s acoustic bass is the energetic cool pulse behind the group’s sound. His music experience runs deep, including decades of jazz performance and teaching at Alberta’s Mount Royal University.

Husband’s guitar holds the centre with a big warm sound and a fine balance of rhythmic and harmonic information.  After years of experience in big bands and trad jazz, mostly in Victoria, Rick retired to the Comox Valley in 2008 and has found steady work in a variety of small jazz combos.

Graham’s vocals are direct and accessible.  She swings, she plays the angles on rhythm and melody, and she never loses sight of a song’s heart.

For more information or to reserve seats, contact info@downtownsocial.club

 

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