Here’s a taste of the upcoming album! This is the first track Snaggle #7 featuring phenomenal solos by Max Forster and Graeme Wallace! Presales start September 17th!
Keep an eye out for our CD release dates!
OCT 2nd Toronto – The Rex Hotel Jazz & Blues Bar 9:30pm
OCT 7th Kitchener – KW Boathouse 9:00pm With Ryan Cassidy
NOV 18th Hamilton – Corktown Pub 9:30pm With Flat 5
Tracked by Brian Legere
mixed by Josh Bowman
mastered by Joao Carvalho
liner notes by David Restivo
produced by Brownman
Nick Maclean – keys
Graeme Wallace – tenor
Max Forster – trumpet
Michael Murray – guitar
Doug Moore – bass
Tom Grosset – drums
That’s right, hot off the heels of the Toronto Jazz Festival, in a few short weeks we’ll be on the road for a bunch of out of town dates. We’re really excited to get outside the city limits again and we hope to see a bunch of you there! We’ll be playing a whole lot of the material that will be coming out in October in our upcoming album, so it’s going to be a whole lot of fun! The full schedule is listed below:
July 17th – Snaggle Live at Homegrown with Izoktron
27 King William St, Hamilton, ON 8:00pm
We’ve got some new photos for you on our photos page from our recording session last week. Take a look!
Our first show in 2016 is coming up this Saturday! We’re going to be running the whole upcoming album down not to mention sharing the stage with the always awesome Koopa Troop!
The show starts at 9:30 and is only $5 cover at the door. For all of the details make sure to go to the facebook event!
We’re thrilled to welcome Max Forster who is taking over the trumpet chair in Snaggle!
Max grew up in a musical family, and was singing and enjoying music from a young age. He started playing guitar in middle school, and experimented with wind instruments and percussion in high school before finding his voice through the trumpet. He was fortunate to be a part of a strong music program at Orchard Park Secondary School in Hamilton. He was also a member of the Hamilton All-Star Jazz Band, with which he toured France and Switzerland, performing 19 shows in 17 days, including major performances at the Montreux Jazz Festival and the Vienne Jazz Festival.
After the tour, Max moved to Toronto to attend York University. He spent one year there, studying with Kevin Turcotte and Mike Cado, as well as playing lead trumpet in the York Jazz Orchestra and R&B band. While at York, he performed with Ron Westray and Sundar Viswanathan and began to make himself known in the Toronto music scene.
After his year at York, Max decided to transfer to the University of Toronto’s esteemed Jazz Performance. He is currently in his second year, and has so far been able to learn from Toronto greats Jason Logue, Chase Sanborn, Mike Murley, Jim Lewis, Gary Williamson, Dave Neill and Gordon Foote.
If you want to come see him and the rest of us come out on Saturday to our show at Duffy’s Tavern!