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Tristan | Colchester Arts Centre Colchester  | Sun 6th October 2019 Lineup

Tristan

Colchester Arts Centre in Colchester

Sunday 6th October 2019

7:00pm til 10:30pm (last entry 7:30pm)

Minimum Age: 18

Dutch acid jazzers bring the funk and soul songs from their great new album

 
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Tristan on Sunday 6th October 2019

''The best of the seventies brought to 2018'' is what TOTO guitarist and singer Steve Lukather came up with when he heard the music of TRISTAN!

JAZZ, FUNK & SOUL WITH TRISTAN
Dutch five-piece Tristan's music can be best described as feel-good vintage Acid Jazz, with the energy, vibe and sounds of today,
performed by some of the best contemporary pop/jazz musicians from Europe.

Funky rhythm guitars, Hammond, Fender Rhodes and synths, and a rhythm section that has been performing together for decadesplaying solid grooves and tight, punchy arrangements that have since become their trademark. All this underpins singer Evelyn Kallansee's stunningly beautiful vocals. It will take you back to that great warm sound of the 70's, with a fresh breeze of influences from the present. While Tristan’s music may sound like bands such as Tower of Power, Snarky Puppy, or classic Acid Jazz acts such as Incognito and the Brand New Heavies - who all produce high energy grooves - what makes this group stand out from their contemporaries is the high quality of the compositions and arrangements.

Music Genres: 

Funk, Jazz, Soul

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