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Zgodilo se je: 02.08.2017, Jazz/World/Fusion koncert: Djabe Band !

Jazz/World/Fusion koncert: Djabe Band !

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Djabe, Hungary’s number 1 Jazz/World fusion band has been out there for 21 years. We performed in 42 countries with enormous success and had more than 50 releases in this 21 year – LPs, CDs, DVD Audio and Blu-ray.

“One of the best fusion bands all over the world.” John Nugent, Rochester, NY, International Jazz Festival producer

“The best band I’ve ever played with.” Steve Hackett, Genesis guitarist

“Fantastic show, thank you for being with us.” Ruud Wijkniet, Director of The Hague Jazz Festival

“It’s not hard to figure out why Djabe is the leading jazz-fusion band of Hungary. The group’s music is filled with lush textures and appealing melodies.” Rochester Citynews, NY, USA

The band won many domestic and International Awards. Djabe plays unique music in which the elements of jazz are mixed with various parts of Hungarian and world music. The main composer of the band is Tamás Barabás, who – at the same time – is one the most virtuoso bass guitarists on the Planet. Djabe means freedom in the African Ashanti language. The founder and other composer of the band is Attila Égerházi – playing the guitar and being the leader of the band too –, who interprets this freedom primarily by freely mixing the styles and instruments.

Attila and Tamás have a long recording and touring partnership with a great musicians from all over the world, including Steve Hackett (Genesis), Ben Castle (Sting, The Brand New Heavies, George Michael), John Nugent (Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennett), Malik Mansurov and many others.

The band last year celebrated its 20 years with an Anniversary Tour spanning across the American and European continents, with a final stop at Edmonton Jazz Festival, Canada. This 2016 grand tour was called ’20 Dimensions’, after our new album, the one we played our audience along this tour.

In Djabe’s 21th year of life I decided, with my musician colleague and friend, Tamás Barabás (musical lead and bass guitarist), to renew, refresh the band along the world-class quality standards accustomed to us. After careful consideration Djabe has found 3 new members. The freshly renewed line-up debutes right now with a great tour christened New Dimensions Update.

At the drums sits the internationally acclaimed, Artisjus Award winner and Grammy Award nominee Péter Kaszás, who was and still is the drummer for Al di Meola’s brand, World Sinfonia, for 7 years and played with such celebrities like Mike Mainieri, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Peter Erskine, Charlie Haden, Mino Cinelu, Gumbi Ortiz, Fausto Beccalossi, Barry Miles and Victor Miranda.

The old-but-new member of Djabe, Áron Koós-Hutás, multiple award-winning trumpet player who performed at many gigs of the band between 2008 and 2010. He can be heard and seen on Djabe 15 DVD and on In the Footsteps of Attila and Genghis double CDs. Outstanding musical partners of Áron were Steve Hackett, Brian Culbertson, Tony Lakatos, Erik Truffaz, Tim Ries, Joan Faulkner, Joe Lovano, Raul Midón and more.

The keyboards are under the hands of the Hungarian musical life’s outstanding talent János Nagy. The Artisjus, eMeRTon and Erkel Award-winning musician played with exceptional Hungarian and international celebrities along his career: Al di Meola, Alex Acuna, Bernard Maseli, David Murray, Dave Samuels, Dewey Redman, Dominique Di Piazza, Kim Plainfield, Krzysztof Scieranski, Garry Willis, Paco Sery, Shankar Lal, Sangoma Everett, Tony Lakatos, Vinx, Winston Clifford, Mihály Dresch and Gergő Borlai.

Line up:
Tamas Barabas – bass guitar
Attila Egerhazi – guitar percussion
Peter Kaszas – drums
Janos Nagy – keyboards
Aron Koos-Hutás- trumpet, flugelhorn