The Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival has brought with it some unmissable performances and Sedna ’s first ever show was one of those ‘I was there’ moments.
Scottish jazz drummer Stephen Henderson joined ERNG presenter Owen Garner for a chat after the first performance with new band Sedna at the Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival 2019.
The second weekend of the Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival is soon to be screaming around the corner which means that there is another load of shows that you will all want to go see.
Jazz is no longer a singular genre, instead it has seeped into cracks of nearly every possible genre creating what is now recognised as modern jazz music.
Bass player and founder of Mezcla David Bowden joined ENRG presenter Iain Leggat for a chat before his bands performance at the Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival.
Pianist Alan Benzie has earned the right to be regarded as one of Scotland’s top jazz musicians – and showed why at this intimate show at the lovely Jazz Bar in Chambers Street.
Scottish pianist Alan Benzie joined ENRG presenter Allan Boughey for an interview on Sunday afternoon. The pair talk through Benzie’s latest projects, his trio performance at this years festival, and his love for Esbjorn Svensson.
In an age where genres are starting to disappear and artists are embracing this new free form style Nubiyan Twist are one of the most significant groups leading the charge.
Trombonist and Corto Alto bandleader joined ENRG presenter Iain Leggat for a chat after his bands first ever show. The pair talk through Liam’s multiple projects and review a pizza delivered mid interview.
If there was ever a group to best exemplify the buzz and excitement around the young Scottish jazz scene, Corto Alto would appropriately fit that label.