Excited to announce the release of new music from Frédéric Hébert! I really enjoy playing his music and I think you will enjoy listening to it. The album can be found here and you can also check out cool photos below taken by Marc-André Dupaul taken at the album release show at Le Zaricot in Ste-Hyacinthe, QC.
I had the immense pleasure of playing several saxophones and clarinet on the latest album by History of Gunpowder, and now you can have the immense pleasure of listening to it! Alex Morison wrote some fantastic material for this and I think the final product is something really special.
Stream it here or on your favourite streaming service!
Very excited to announce the release of the first song from the upcoming album of Fred Hébert, which I am very proud to have been a part of!
the album will be released on January 14 at Le Zaricot (Ste-Hyacinthe) and January 16 at Résonance Café (Montréal).
you (yes, you!) can support the album here.
Fred writes wonderful music and it is a joy to be a part of his ensemble!
recent sounds with the great Masashi Usui at Resonance Cafe!
Andrew Boudreau is a fantastic pianist and friend who I have been playing with in different contexts for many years now, and earlier this year I decided to finally document some of the music we make together. I think some of it turned out pretty cool so stay tuned as it finds its way onto the internet!
merry christmas from the oops kitchen!
i had the great pleasure of recording some christmas music this year for this cool project featuring dozens of montreal musicians & friends! the oops kitchen contributed our rendition of a beautiful polish christmas carol ‘lulajże jezuniu’ on which i play guitar, and i’m also playing alto on ‘jingle bell funk’ by fox and the hound.
the album is full of surprises and is available for free download but we recommend taking the 5 or 10 bucks you would have spent on it and donating to a good charity.
stay tuned for more christmas and non-christmas surprises!
this january i had the opportunity to record some new original music with the Taylor Donaldson Octet. it’s an absolute joy to play with these musicians and i think the recordings sound great!
Canção Comovente was written by Taylor, The Great Grasshopper Race and A Night With No Wind were written by me. engineering, mixing, and technical wizardry were performed by Padraig Buttner-Schnirer, who took all the photos as well.
stay tuned for audio & video from our concert in april!