Monday, 19 September 2011

Review: Kyle Eastwood Band in Paris

This summer, a sublime set of jazz wafted out the door of the Parisian corner café, Dus des Lombard, one of the finest jazz cafés in the city. The club can be found in the heart of Les Marais (The Marsh), surrounded by art galleries, bistros, clothiers and the sputtering of errant motorbikes passing along the Boulevard Sebastopol.
Inside the blue lit club stood talented double bass player, Kyle Eastwood, who has released three critically acclaimed CDs and a complement of music and soundtracks for several films including: Flags of our FathersInvictus and Gran Torino, which snagged him a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Song. Sharing the stage were members of the Kyle Eastwood Band that would prove to be a pack of world-class performers including: Jim Rotondi (trumpet/fugelhorn), Andrew McCormack (piano), Martyn Kaine (drums) and Graeme Blevins (tenor and soprano sax) more

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