Born: November 15, 1973
Jerrold strives for the high melodic ideals of tenor giants such as Sonny Rollins and Joe Henderson - saxophonists who put a well-placed note ahead of a sheet of sound. Jerrold is arriving as a versatile and exciting jazz tenor player with a direct and soulful sound. One thing is for sure - he will not alienate his audience. His ability to incite change in a room affects audiences in a profound way.
In the summer of 2008, Jerrold debuted his first CD “The Way You See It” (iTunes & CDBaby.com) across Canada with sold out performances at the Victoria, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary and 30 000 excited Montreal jazz festival audience members. His group was runner up in the 2008 Montreal Grand Prix du Jazz Competition, featuring his stellar quartet with Tom King (rhodes/piano), Jeff Johnson (bass) and Bill George (drums)....
CD/LP/Track ReviewMore articles about Jerrold Dubyk
Roger Levesque Freelance, Edmonton Journal
Friday, November 16, 2007
Pick up a copy of Jerrold Dubyk's new independently produced The Way You See It (CD Baby distribution) and you'll hear one of the most accomplished, varied, nicely paced jazz debuts around.
That's not a big surprise if you've heard the local tenor saxophonist perform recently, especially given his dozen years of experience playing professionally.
Dubyk admits he's been a bit tardy in putting out a disc, but it was worth the wait for this selection of intriguing, original and contemporary jazz...