Lush surroundings & smooth sounds at The Dome upstairs at The Arthouse Hotel in Sydney, CBD this Friday night 6 - 9pm. Soul/R&B/Jazz with Sean Mackenzie on Keys, Chris Soulos on Bass and Maz Mazak on Vocals....mmmm...mmmm
Lush surroundings & Sounds at The Dome upstairs at The Arthouse Hotel in Sydney, CBD this Friday night 6 - 9pm. Soul/R&B/Jazz with Sean Mackenzie on Keys, Chris Soulos on Bass and Maz Mazak on Vocals....mmmm...mmmm
After a great tour of Northern NSW & South East Queensland, this band is performing one night only at Blue Beat. The band will be performing music from Sean's album "Brasil" and paying tribute to the wondrous music of Brazil.
Beautiful Friends....would love to see you this Sun 4-7pm at The Lord Dudley Hotel. Sean Mackenzie has an Amazing band and he's asked me to come and join him & do the Maz Mazak thang....laidback grooves & soulful tunes. Christopher Soulos (Bass) & Keith Sullivan(Drums) will be hanging with us too. All these musicians are outstanding so I am thrilled to spend time with them.....xx:):) See you upstairs!....:):)
Sounds Like: Egberto Gismonti, Keith Jarrett, Salif Keita
Bio: Multi instrumentalist, composer and producer Sean Mackenzie is an eccentric wizard on a worldwide journey through music. His explorations into less conventional, indigenous sounds have seen him specialise in piano, thumb piano, and the beautiful Brazilian instruments of berimbau and pandeiro. Sea...See Full Bio
“Mackenzie is a master storyteller. Every piano solo is a deftly shaped little narrative that unfolds compellingly from one note to the next. Those who have been enthralled by his work as foil to guitarist Lulo Reinhardt should enjoy Mackenzie’s own music, here consisting of nine Brazilian-flavoured originals. These are realised with bassist Christopher Soulos and drummer Calvin Welch, who mostly adopt an unusually minimalist approach, so the focus is kept on the compassion of those piano and electric piano stories. On Friends, Mackenzie swaps to thumb piano for a delightful introduction to a jazzier piece, while his berimbau playing on the title track almost steals the show.”