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Monday, June 30, 2014

Ryan Quigley signs to Whirlwind Recordings

Press release from Whirlwind Recordings.
We are delighted to announce the new signing of Ryan Quigley, one of the premier trumpeters in the UK, known for his extremely rare ability to be both a world class lead player and virtuosic and conceptual improviser.  Ryan’s lead playing has been featured with the upper echelon of big bands, symphony orchestras and pop stars around the world and as a composer and small band leader he has won multiple awards in the UK including the Parliamentary Award for band of the year.  
He has assembled a stellar line up for his new recording which will feature all new music to be recorded on 27 and 28 July at Steve Winwood’s private studio in the Cotswolds, produced by WWR’s own Michael Janisch.  Michael will also be holding down the bass duties alongside Paul Booth on saxophones, Steve Hamilton on piano and over from NYC will be one of the world’s great drummers Clarence Penn.  The album will be released in 2015.  They will be doing a short tour to play the music in before the recording.
UK tour dates in July
23 July – The Jazz Bar, Edinburgh
23 July – Stereo, Glasgow
25 July – Urban Coffee Church StreetBirmingham
26 July – Pizza Express Jazz Club, London
Whirlwind Recordings: http://www.whirlwindrecordings.com/

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