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Bethany Project

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Ilios Steryannis

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Duration: 57:00
Views: 2,050

Track Listing

The Group of 7, Keep The Change, College Street Knowledge, Mombasa Lisa, Florina, The Ornado, ScoJoe, Alek's 11, Mangambe, To Infinity, Soledad.

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Sundar Viswanathan - Alto and Soprano Saxophones, Kenny Kirkwood - Baritone Saxophone, Eric St-Laurent - Guitar, Scott Neary - Guitar, Joel Visentin - Keyboards, Connor Walsh - Bass, Adam Hay - Congas, Larry Graves - Percussion, Ilios Steryannis - Drums.

Album Description

Ilios Steryannis is a jazz drummer and composer from Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  He has a brand new album coming out in January of 2018 that is looking like one of the most anticipated releases of the coming year!     The album was recorded in July of 2017 at Number 9 Audio Group, with highly acclaimed SOCAN award winning producer and guitarist Eric St-Laurent at the helm.  The album features a wide variety of styles, moods and textures, ranging from Coltranesque post bop to charging West African grooves, with some Mediterranean and Afro-Cuban flavours mixed in.  Two time JUNO nominee Sundar Viswanathan is featured on all tracks, playing alto and soprano saxophones   Bethany Project will be released internationally on Friday, January 12th, 2018. 


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