We’re back from playing an awesome show in New Haven with Nick Colionne at the John Lyman Center. And what a theater! As you can see from the picture this venue was huge, with lots of open space and plenty of room on the stage. The house was full, and the people were warm and […]
Well here we are, back from another successful pilgrimage to that wonderful refuge for jazz lovers in upstate New York, Rochester. Seriously, it’s like our home away from home… just on the other side of a very large lake. We’d like to thank everyone who came out to the German House to see us play […]
Catch one of our two upcoming gigs this October!
For a limited time, you can grab a free download of “Burn Down The Bayou – Live”!
A digital-only release designed exclusively for Europe, Biblioteca is a collection of 10 choice cuts from our catalogue, plus a brand-new remix of Je Pense A Toi. Available now on iTunes! Click here to grab it.
Our sixth album, Off Duty, is now available! What’s more, you can now download all our music directly from the source… head over to our new Music Store and fill up your digital cart! To order physical CDs, please visit our distributor, Distribution13. Here’s a nice write-up from Jonathan Widran:
Four80East has been sharing the stage with the talented Marcus Anderson for the last couple of years. They have now produced one of the songs on Marcus’ brand new album, “Now”. The track is called “M-Powered”…
New name, same great party! The 2011 New Canadian Smoothies were once again held at the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga, and featured a who’s who of Smooth Jazz artists, including Dave Koz, Paul Brown, Warren Hill and Mindi Abair. Our very own Michael Dunston brought the house to their feet
Rob and Tony are pleased to announce the release of Jack Prybylski’s new album, “Out of the Box”. Produced by Four80East, the album features several tracks written by them as well as some inspired covers, including a groovy version of Rod Stewart’s “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy”.
Tony Grace has won “Percussionist of the Year” at the 2010 Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards! Rob apologizes for “Kanye-ing” his acceptance speech. The lovely awards is now brightening up their studio lobby.