Swedish Radio recorded our live performance in Sandviken, Bangen Jazz & Blues Festival last summer June 26!
An interview before the concert with Gunilla Törnfeldt (in Swedish):
The musicians playing with us this concert was Daniel Tilling – piano, Svante Söderqvist – double bass, Calle Rasmusson – drums and Klas Lindquist – alto saxophone and clarinet. Listen to the concert here:
Now all dates for our fall shows are up. Please come see us if you are in the neighborhood, we can’t wait to meet our lovely audience again!
15/10 Scandic Grand Central (Stockholm Jazzfestival)
15/11 Vara Konserthus
Detail information about venues is available here: Shows
Come see us together with a lot of other great bands and musicians at Bangen Jazz & Blues Festival in Sandviken, June 26! Happy days!
Today is the day – our debut album “Come Rain or Come Shine” is released! We have already received a couple of great reviews – you can read them here (we will translate a.s.a.p.). And the biggest newspaper in Sweden – Dagens Nyheter – printed an article and interview with us about the album and our release concert at Jazzclub Fasching tonight. We are so excited and can’t wait to share our music with all of you!
Links and information on how to buy the album here: Buy “Come Rain or Come Shine” here
Listen to samples from “Come Rain or Come Shine” here:
Stockholm Voices recieved two marvelous reviews from the concerts last week in Hässleholm and Jönköping. The critics were stunned:
“With Stockholm Voices jazz bursts into full bloom. They were a complete success at their concert in the Blå salongen with their exquisite vocals and their supreme artistry. This relatively newly started vocal quartet is touring extensively and are captivating the Swedish jazz audience completely. You just have to surrender to these formidable voices and their tight band with four creative and interacting musicians that greatly contribute to the successful result.”
– Norra Skåne, Åke Holmqvist 04/02/2015
Link to the review in Norra Skåne here (in Swedish).
“You didn’t need long to understand that we’ve got something really big in this quartet. And then the fun idea: To perform the music from the marvelous album “Waltz for Debby”, with Monica Zetterlund and Bill Evans Trio from 1964. With fresh and updated arrangements we where brought on a journey through all of that fantastic music. This young and talented quartet are about to captivate the audience in our land completely.”
– Jönköpingsposten, Bo Levander 2015/01/30
This review were published in the printed newpaper only.