From swing to R&B, rock to jazz, show tunes to pop hits
Brantford’s own the George Rose Big Band makes it Big.
Guaranteed to get your toes tapping and hands clapping,
catch this unique musical experience live in Brantford!
Tickets are available at PA Music (formerly LA Music) 136 Charing Cross Street,
and if any tickets remain they will be available at the door on the day of.
$20 for adults, $10 for students and children.
Starting out as an extremely fine swing band
the band’s recordings trace the music from the original swing
to contemporary R&B, soul, and a bit of rock in the 1997 recordings.
This progression led to the present stage where the band is playing more jazz-flavoured
arrangements, show tunes and famous vocalist hits.
the George Rose Big Band promotional video
video courtesy of CeeObe
|the George Rose Big Band
|Who?||the George Rose Big Band|
|Where?||New Covenant Church Hall|
|Date?||Sunday, April 12th|
|Age limit?||All Ages|
#brantfordrocks #supportlocalmusic #bigband
Rhythm and Blues, Classic rock with a touch of Country, folk, and more;
oozing with attitude and dripping with skill;
don’t forget to bring a towel.
When asked the question “where have u played “
his best answer is “everywhere there’s AC current flowing.”
He was greatly influenced in the beginning of his career by
Prakash John, Tim Bogart, and Donald Duck Dunn.
This collaboration resulted in the forming of the Slickbrothers.
He has played the blues circuit in Canada and the United States
and the country circuit in Canada .
It even resulted in a pat on the head from Buddy Guy after playing a burnin’ 12 bar.
He has had the pleasure of teaming up with Donnie Bernardie as a rhythm section for 5 yrs.
Mel Brown, Jack Dekeyzer, Richard Newell (the King Biscuit Boy), Don Walsh, Chuck Jackson, Tom Wilson, T-bone Big John Little and the last 5 yrs with Steve Burnside & the Marquis are just few of the other musicians he’s worked with.
All of this certainly raises the bar.
Ultimately he aspires to the Lincolns led by Prakash John!
The heart of his music is R&B but is always looking for a challenge playing anything else. Which has included country, new country, classic rock, celtic, folk and even pirate music!
The Slickbrothers performing ‘Hurts So Good‘ by John Mellencamp
|Where?||Zander’s Fire Grill and Brew Lounge|
|Date?||Friday, April 3rd|
#brantfordrocks #supportyourlocal #rock&roll
Doors open at 9pm. tickets $20 in advance, more at the door. get yer tix at ticketscene.ca, or in store at The Beat Goes On (King George Rd, Btfd), The Link, Protique (Lynden Park Mall, Btfd)
email NVentertainment for more info
or call 519-512-0080 or 519-754-5378 to get on the guest list