'THE ROSENBERGS' - MASTERS OF SWING'** 14 & 15 February 2016

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'THE ROSENBERGS' - MASTERS OF SWING'** 14 & 15 February 2016

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Up close and personal!

Vocals - sizzling swing - and entertainment

Johnny Rosenberg, Mozes Rosenberg and Sani van Mullem formed the most talented trio from the young generation from the Rosenberg-family; ‘The Rosenbergs’, with the most apt tagline of ‘Masters of Swing’.
The Rosenbergs bring you modern jazz, but also standards from the repertoire of Django Reinhardt. New and fresh is the vocal contribution of the talented jazz singer Johnny Rosenberg. Their debut album ‘Obsession’ is released on the Sinti Music Records label.
The master lead guitarist from the trio, Mozes Rosenberg, was born into the famous Rosenberg family and brother of Stochelo Rosenberg. As a boy he met Paco de Lucia and took a master class from Joe Zawinul. Mozes is a very demanded guest musician and played many concerts alongside of his brother Stochelo in the Rosenberg Trio.
Johnny Rosenberg is the rhythm guitarist and singer of this trio. Like his fellow musicians he also began playing the guitar at a very early age and toured with Jimmy Rosenberg in the Gipsy Kids and Sinti. They were supporting band for James Brown and Mariah Carrey. He competed with his Trio Johnny Rosenberg in the National Song- festival contest and conquered 3rd place with a self composed song. They performed on many festivals, both national and international. The other machine in the rhythm section is bass player Sani van Mullem. He also already made his first footsteps in music at an early age and toured as part of the Gipsy Boys. His bass lines are phenomenal and he shows great skill on the ‘Ready ‘n Able’ album, which he recorded with Mozes and Stochelo Rosenberg, with whom he toured extensively through France. In 2009 ‘Johnny & Mozes Rosenberg’ started with modern jazz. The acoustic guitar was traded in for a jazz guitar, which doesn’t mean that they said goodbye to Gipsy Jazz, but they also wanted to explore different kinds of jazz. They played several times at the Edison Jazz Awards, which gained them a theatre tour together with master pianist Rob van Bavel. Recently toured The Rosenbergs with Joke Bruis and Frits Landesbergen in theatres in Holland and together released the album ‘On the Road’.
Doors open at 6pm, with music starting around 8/8.30pm. Seating is allocated on arrival, and food is served until 10pm.
Advance price tickets £25 available from http://www.quecumbar.co.uk/listings, and tickets purchased on the door are £29. This must be paid in cash, as musicians do not accept credit or debit card payments!
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