It never gets old!
The jazz flowed in the serene and intimate setting of Brentwood Jazz Evensong, hosted by Rev Brian Fraser.
Musicians included Doug Quiring on drums, Emilio Suarez on bass, and Bruno Hubert on piano. Gabriel could be heard on flugelhorn, trumpet, and flute....
Blues On My Mind
Funk In Deepfreeze
You Don't Know What Love Is
Jazz and Samba
3 pm Saturday January 6 - Jazz @ The Pat presents the Gabriel Hasselbach 5tet
Long overdue, Gabriel brings a 5tet that will swing hard!
Tilden Webb - piano
Justin James - drums
Emilio Suarez - bass
James Hill - saxophones
GMH - trumpet, flugel & flute
403 E Hastings at Dunlevy, The historic home of jazz in Vancouver
Just in time for Pat's:
Newly remastered rereleases of Gabriel's two JazzWeek charted mainstream recordings: Come Out Swingin' and Swingin' Affair
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Back in the day I was part of a great Denver based funk band called Nitro, that featured (l-r)
Ralph Beechum (b, v), Steve Sykes (g), RT Bolden (ts), Carl Carwell (v, perc), Clarence Cage (d, v), Al Campbell (p), and yours truly took over from Rod Wolber (tpt) while still a young pup (tpt). Visit us on facebook
Dec 3, 2017: St Andrews Wesley Church in Vancouver continued with the ongoing Sunday Jazz Vespers, this day featuring Gabriel Mark Hasselbach. The talented band members are: Glenn Riley (b), Bruno Hubert (p), Doug Quiring (d), Andrew Stack (g), and Gabriel (tpt, flt, flg). The music was interspersed with an uplifting and erudite sermon delivered by Rev Dan Chambers, booked and produced by Jamie Croil (a fine trumpeter in his own right), and audio was recorded by Tom Rose. www.gabrieljazz.com