Best known for their innovative take on the classic Bossa Nova sound, the Riviera Quartet return to the Globe with new material recorded just before Lockdown. Their release, ‘Tell Me When It’s Safe to Open My Eyes,’ has enjoyed airplay on the BBC and they have been featured Artists on Adrian Riley’s Jazz Thing podcast as well as Jazz on the Tyne with Colin Muirhead.
American trumpet/flugelhorn player/vocalist Pete Tanton is joined by Mark Williams, guitar; Andy Champion, bass; Russ Morgan, drums. Described by Jazz Northeast as, ‘music which sounds unfailingly fresh’, and Bebop Spoken Here as, ‘Cool or What?’, the Riviera Quartet deliver a cocktail of original compositions to take you on a musical journey down a coastal highway, in the sunshine, with the top down. Delight in a little bit of Bossa Nova, a little bit of blues, and some Chet Baker-esque vocals.
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