Revelstoke’s Relative Jazz plays Grizzly Plaza July 29

Relative Jazz is a four-piece jazz combo featuring John Baker on guitar, Wendy Lucas on keyboards, Bob Fournier on bass and Steve Earle on percussion and trumpet.

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In this file photo, the Revelstoke Community Band plays the opening night of Revelstoke Street Festival 2015. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer

Relative Jazz is a four-piece jazz combo featuring John Baker on guitar, Wendy Lucas on keyboards, Bob Fournier on bass and Steve Earle on percussion and trumpet.

Much of the music that you will hear is classic jazz, the standards passed down from Duke Ellington, Miles Davis, Cole Porter, Nat King Cole etc. Mixed into the blend are eclectic jazz pieces with a slight twist on tempo and melodic harmony — a feature of the individuality of the bands creativeness.

Relative Jazz. Photo: Revelstoke Arts Council
Relative Jazz. Photo: Revelstoke Arts Council

Just to mix it up a bit, a few classic rock numbers and some original creations. As the name of the group implies they are all related, with some stretch of the imagination.

The members of Relative Jazz have a great time making music together and it’s always a fun and wonderful night playing at the plaza. Hope to see you there.

—Revelstoke Arts Council

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