Kennie Marco Comes Home!

Brantford born Kennie Marco has played in some of the hottest rhythm sections in rhythm and blues and popular music in North America, performing and recording with such notable talents as David Clayton Thomas and Blood Sweat and Tears, and Etta James. Living between Toronto and Los Angeles, he enjoyed the musical highlights of performing

Matt Dusk Headlines the 9th Brantford International Jazz Festival

Like countless listeners and lovers around the world, Matt Dusk gets lost in the music of Chet Baker. "It's usually at night when I'm drinking a bottle of wine with my lady," says the 34‐year-­old Toronto crooner. "Pretty soon, my attention turns to her, and, well, I get lost… in other things. And for me,

Guido Basso opens 19th Season of Brantford Downtown Jazz to a Packed House

Guido Basso has been called one of the greatest musicians to ever come out of this country. A two-time Juno Award winner (Traditional Jazz Album of the Year in both 2003 and 2004) and a member of the Order of Canada, he specializes in trumpet and flugelhorn. But the Montreal native is also a harmonica

Complete Schedule and Biographies for our 8th Festival

Are you ready for some great Jazz? Check out our the complete line-up of performances for the 8th Annual Brantford International Jazz Festival, and learn more about the artists who will perform on our four stages: - the Bell Stage (Main Stage), featuring world class performers - The Local Stage, featuring talented performers from the

Gino Vannelli Headlines the 8th Annual Brantford International Jazz Festival

We're pleased to announce Canadian superstar and multi platinum and gold record award winner Gino Vannelli as the headliner for the 8th Annual Brantford International Jazz Festival. Since his debut release of Crazy Life, in 1973, Gino Vannelli has remained one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary music. Born in Montreal in the summer

A Saturday line-up of hot music in Harmony Square – it’s Day 2 of the Festival!

Don't let the weather fool you! The slight drizzle outside this morning should be gone by noon (according to our faithful friends at the Weather Network), and that's just in time to kick of the first full day of music in the 7th Annual TD Brantford International Jazz Festival. C'mon down and join us for

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