Trio of musicians lined up for RougeMusic’s next show in Rossland

The Clinton Swanson Trio will play the RougeMusic concert series at the Rouge Gallery in Rossland March 17.

The Clinton Swanson Trio features Clinton Swanson on saxes

RougeMusic 2011-2012 concert series presents the Clinton Swanson Trio with Clinton Swanson, saxes, Tony Ferraro, drum kit and Colin Spence, hammond organ.

The Clinton Swanson trio brings together three long time musical comrades: Clinton Swanson on saxophones, Colin Spence on Hammond organ and Tony Ferraro on drum kit.

Inspired by the soul jazz of the 1960s and 70s played by organ hero Jimmy Smith and sax legend Stanley Turrentine the trio offers a sound that combines soul, gospel and jazz.

Playing arrangements of classic tunes such as Soul Serenade, The Sermon, Bridge Over Troubled Water along with soul era influenced originals by saxophonist Clinton Swanson.

Collectively the members of this trio have performed locally, nationally and internationally bringing a broad experience of musicality to every collaboration.

The show is Saturday, March 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Rouge Gallery (old bank building, Rossland) Tickets are $15 and available at the Rouge Gallery.

For more information, call 362-9609.

 

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