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BIG Congratulations to Kellylee Evans!


A quick note to congratulate artist Kellylee Evans for her 2011 Juno win in the “Vocal Jazz Album of the Year” category for her album, Nina. Kellylee is thrilled to receive this recognition. We are so happy for her and for the Plus Loin team and immensely proud of Kellylee.

BIG Congratulations to Christine Jensen!


A quick note to congratulate Justin Time Records artist Christine Jensen for her 2011 Juno win in the “Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year” category for her album, Treelines ! Christine is thrilled to receive this recognition.



Randy Brecker’s career has spanned more than five decades. His trumpet and flugelhorn performances have appeared on albums by legendary artists such as James Taylor, Bruce Springsteen and Parliament-Funkadelic to Frank Sinatra, Steely Dan, David Sanborn, Jaco Pastorius, Horace Silver and Frank Zappa.

In 1973, Brecker toured with Stevie Wonder and also made his way to Japan for the first time with Yoko Ono and the “Plastic Ono Super Band”.

The TD Toronto Jazz Festival Celebrates 25 Years


Over the last 25 years, the Toronto Jazz Festival has brought some of the greatest names in music, to our great city . Roberta Flack, Miles Davis and Tony Bennett kicked off the inaugural Festival back in 1987, along with Stan Getz, Michael Brecker and John Scofield. In 1988, a then unknown pianist played at George’s Spaghetti House. What was her name? Diana Krall. At just 11 years old and perhaps one of the youngest performers ever, Derek Trucks made his first Festival appearance performing with Dr. Hector & the Groove Injectors in 1990 at Downtown Browne’s. Honouring the Louis Armstrong Centennial Celebrations in 2001, the Festival hosted a who’s who featuring Wynton Marsalis, Roy Hargrove, Terence Blanchard and Nicholas Payton. Now that’s a lot of trumpets! Marsalis returned in 2004 and jammed into the wee hours across the street from the Mainstage, forcing a cancellation at the Montreal Jazz Festival the next night. Etta James played to a standing room only crowd in 2008, proving why she’s one of the great vocalists of our generation. A true genius, Oscar Peterson played one of his very last concerts with long time friend, Oliver Jones. Last year, the Festival threw its biggest free concert ever with a double bill that had Toronto on its feet dancing to Chaka Khan and Macy Gray.

Tonight! Listen to Russ Little Live at JAZZ.FM91!


Toronto born trombonist Russ Little celebrates the release of his new CD Slow Burn with an intimate concert for JAZZ.FM91 donors. Live from the Long and McQuade Performance Hall at JAZZ.FM91, Russ will be performing songs from his new CD. Join host Ross Porter at 7:00PM for this up close and personal interview and concert with one of Toronto’s best loved performers!

Outside of our listening area? Join us live HERE.

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