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The Troublemakers feat. Anthony Dodos & Ebs Daramola

Tuesday 12 April 7.00pm

The troublemakers have been playing together for almost a decade. This band has been playing up a storm in all sorts of scenarios: from high school jam sessions & university ensembles, to private functions & parties. These lads now come together in the name of Jazz to take their exciting ensemble onto a club stage. Each member has honed their musical craft to develop unique individual sounds and styles. Now they unite to produce an exciting sound that is a fresh homage to the roots of jazz.

This performance will be featuring two very special guest band members, the most handsome trombone player in the southern hemisphere, Anthony Dodos, and electric young drummer Ebs Daramola. The troublemakers capture the quintessential sextet sound, drawing on a wide variety of influences such as Trad Jazz, Hard Bop, and beyond. Whatever your musical persuasion, the lads will be sure to have something that hits you in your soul.

The Troublemakers are an emergence of young talent. The band consists of some of the most exciting young performers in Perth’s robust Jazz scene: Pierson Snowsill – Trumpet & Flugelhorn, Jayden Blockley – Tenor Saxophone, Anthony Dodos – Trombone, Jackson Van Balleygooyen – Piano, Alistair Peel – Double Bass, Ebs Daramola – Drums. If you like good vibes and tunes, come on down to see the troublemakers on the prestigious Ellington stage!

Photo Credit:

Alistair Peel – Ewa Ginal-Cumblidge photography

Anthony Dodos – Maree Laffan photography

Pierson Snowsill – James Calvert photography

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