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Duets from Melbourne

2014 Wangaratta Jazz 52 Laura Watts
Page added Apr 28, 2017 Updated May 9, 2017

Guitarist James Sherlock joins double bassist Ben Hanlon on a new Jazztrack live recording, captured at the Melbourne Recital Centre.

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A new duet recording on this episode from James Sherlock (pictured) and Ben Hanlon at the Melbourne Recital Centre. There’s also tunes from the great Jack Teagarden on some fine 1950s Capitol sessions as well as his final recording at the 1963 Monterey Jazz Festival. We’ll also check out Don Byas captured in Holland in 1964 and some new releases out of Australia.

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Apr 29, 2017. 5:00pm - 6:50pm
May 2, 2017. 2:00pm - 3:50pm
May 2, 2017. 9:00pm - 10:50pm

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Artist Biography


James began playing classical guitar at age 7. He attended the QLD Conservatorium of Music, studying classical guitar and graduated in 1992. James moved to Melbourne in 93' and is currently based in Brisbane. James was the winner of the Ike Isaacs International Jazz Guitar Award (1997) and was nominated for the Freedman Fellowship in 2005. He has worked with a variety of bands and soloists,...

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On May 2, 2017. 10:33am
ABC Jazz said

Thanks Geoff, we've amended the bio. Unfortunately these re-cache from Wikipedia every few months, but thanks for keeping us honest!

On Apr 29, 2017. 11:07am
Anonymous said

Looking forward to this! I think the Artist Biography link to Wikipedia may not be correct, Wrong James Sherlock!

Geoff M

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