GLG (Greg Lloyd Group) plays Arthurs Pub -

GLG (Greg Lloyd Group) plays Arthurs Pub -

Sunday, 26 March 2017, 3.15pm

 

The music from the GLG – Greg Lloyd Group is original instrumental World, Jazz, Blues, Classical, Rock and Funk all mixed up into a piano trio cocktail inspired by the music of Avishai Cohen, Esbjorn Svensson Trio (EST), Pat Metheny Group and by Greg’s time working on the film ‘El Gusto’ with Damon Albarn (Blur, Gorillaz), an award-winning film about the lost ‘Chaabi’ music of Northern Africa.

 

The GLG debut CD ‘Long Way Home’ has received rave reviews and radio play here and abroad, including Japan and Australia where the group is starting to make new waves.

 

Here’s what the critic’s are saying..

 

“An astonishing jazz pianist.” Tom Cahill – Totally Dublin.

 

“..a ruminative, mellow texture reminiscent of the Tord Gustavson Trio” Paddy Kehoe - RTE Ten.

 

“ Imaginative changes…impressive quality..” John Shand – Sydney Morning Herald.

 

“ There is a rare quality about the music” Takashi Yamamoto – Japan Disk Union.

 

“..one of the outstanding Irish Jazz Lps of recent years” Ed Power - Irish Independent.

 

“piano solos are imaginative and richly varied” Grainne Farren - Irish Independent.

 

Expect a high-energy night of diversity and originality from this fine group.

 

GLG will perform at Arthur’s Pub on Sunday 26th March. Doors 3.30pm. Kick off 4pm - Tickets €10.

Gonzalo del Val - Drums

Dave Flemming - bass

Greg LLOYD - piano

Come see what all the fuss it about. A gig not to be missed!

To hear some tunes and get more information: www.greglloydmusic.com

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Published on 16 March 2017

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