Standard Time to take Jazz Club stage with legend Donnie Clark

They will perform with the Bob Rogers Quartet and special guest Donnie Clark on April 14

The Revelstoke Jazz Club is excited to present Standard Time with the Bob Rogers Quartet and special guest Donnie Clark. They’ll be performing in the Selkirk Room at the Regent Hotel on April 14.

Don Clark has enjoyed a long career as one of Canada′s leading trumpet and flugelhorn players.

As a player, arranger, and composer on the West Coast since the early 1960′s, he has been leader of the Donnie Clark Quartet and Quintet and the Don Clark Ragtime Band as well as a member of leading Jazz ensembles such as the Bobby Hales Orchestra, the West Coast Jazz Orchestra, and a regular on CBC radio and television.

Clark was a founding member of the legendary Vancouver all-star Jazz sextet Pacific Salt, touring throughout North America and Europe in the 1970s.

The list of artists that Don Clark has performed and recorded with includes Bob Hales, Dave Robbins, Pacific Salt, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Lance Harrison, Fraser McPherson, Doug Parker, New Orleans Connection, and the Chicago Six.

For this performance, Don will be joined by the Bob Rogers Quartet, consisting of Bob Rogers, trombone, Jordan Dick, guitar, Shannon Sternloff, bass, and Gareth Seys, drums.

The band will be playing a selection of favourite jazz standards that will showcase Don’s lyrical and swinging style.

Doors open at 7:00 and music runs from 7:30 – 9:30. Admission is by donation.

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