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Montreal Jazz Trio featured in WBGO’s Fall Preview!

Thanks to Sarah Geledi for including Montreal Jazz Trio’s debut album in WBGO’s Fall Preview 2021!

“It’s Montreal jazz at the highest level.”

Read the entire piece here.

Montreal Jazz Trio will be released on Friday, October 15th on ODD SOUND.

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Joel Frahm’s ‘The Bright Side’ featured on Fresh Air and in Downbeat Magazine!

Joel Frahm’s brilliant new trio album ‘The Bright Side’ continues to make waves! A big thanks to Kevin Whitehead at NPR and Brian Morton at Downbeat for their kind words!

You can listen to Kevin’s piece for Fresh Air here.

Brian Morton’s review is featured in the October 2021 issue of Downbeat.
…the trio plays as a unit, with absolute confidence… He called a previous album We Used To Dance. These guys still do.”

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Joel Miller Wins ECMA!

Congrats to saxophonist and composer Joel Miller, whose brilliant album Unstoppable was awarded the 2021 East Coast Music Award for Jazz Recording of the Year! It was a real pleasure working on this record with Joel, and we’re so pleased to see it recognized by the ECMA. Cheers Joel!

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2021 Juno Awards: Congrats to the Emie R Roussel Trio!

A big congrats to Montreal’s Emie R Roussel Trio on their nomination for Jazz Album of the Year: Group at the 2021 Juno Awards! We’ll be watching the awards ceremony with our fingers crossed!

For the full list of nominees, click here.

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New Doxas Brothers Video Premiered by JazzTimes!

Many thanks to JazzTimes magazine for hosting the premiere of the Doxas Brothers’ new video! Check out the video for their song “Uno a la Vez” from their forthcoming album The Circle (featuring Marc Copland and Adrian Vedady) at JazzTimes today!

The Circle will be released October 23rd on Justin Time Records.

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2020 Juno Award Winners!

The winners of the 2020 Juno Awards have been announced, and Orange Grove Publicity is thrilled to count two clients among the winners! A huge congrats to Montreal trumpeter Jacques Kuba Sequin and Toronto drummer (and OGP boss) Ernesto Cervini for their wins for Jazz album of the year: solo (Migrations) and jazz album of the year: group (Abundance, with Cervini’s group Turboprop.)

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2020 Juno Nominees Announced!

The list of nominees for the 2020 Juno Awards has been released, and Orange Grove Publicity is thrilled to announce that five of our clients are up for awards this year!

Jazz Album of the Year: Solo
Joel Miller: Unstoppable
Ted Quinlan: Absolutely Dreaming
Jacques Kuba Séguin: Migrations

Jazz Album of the Year: Group
Ernesto Cervini’s Turboprop: Abundance
Al Muirhead’s Canadian Quintet: Undertones

Congratulations and best of luck to all the nominees!

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2019 JUNO Awards: 3 Orange Grove Clients Nominated!

The nominations for the 2019 Juno Awards have been announced, and Orange Grove Publicity is thrilled that three of our clients are up for awards this year! Congratulations to Allison Au and The Liebman/Murley Quartet for their nominations for Jazz Album of the Year (Group); and to Robi Botos for his nomination for Jazz Album of the Year (Solo).  

The JUNO Awards will be held on Saturday, March 16th and Sunday, March 17th in London, ON.

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Deanne Matley ‘Indie Life’ Feature in Downbeat Magazine!

Congratulations to vocalist Deanne Matley on her feature in Downbeat Magazine! Read J.D. Considine’s ‘Indie Life’ column in the September issue – and online now!

Six years ago, as Deanne was building her career as a jazz singer in Calgary, Alberta, fans kept approaching her after performances to ask if she had released any albums. So, Matley took the hint and decided to do it herself…

Read more at Downbeat.com

 

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Jamie Reynolds – ★★★★1/2 in DownBeat!

Congratulations to Jamie Reynolds, whose new album ‘Grey Mirror’ (Fresh Sound New Talent) received a ★★★★1/2 review from Brian Zimmerman in the December 2017 issue of DownBeat magazine!

Pianist Jamie Reynolds is an artist who thinks in big pictures and broad strokes. But on the orchestrational level, he’s all about detail and nuance. That’s a winning combination, and it works to mellifluous effect on Grey Mirror.

Congrats Jamie!

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