Winner for “Best Jazz Album” at the 2009 Western Canadian Music Awards! Remember those memories of your first ride? Well, slip into the “Maverick” and live the nostalgia.
“I had a blast being part of this project! Jerrold’s voice is one to be heard and deserving of wider recognition.” – Brad Turner, multiple Juno Award winner and producer of “THE MAVERICK”.
The Momentum continues. Following the debut release of “The Way You See It”, the Jerrold Dubyk Quartet celebrates the release of their much anticipated second recording, “The Maverick”
Always versatile, Jerrold once again impresses with his innovative and soulful sound. Having pursued music studies with Ralph Bowen and performances with Victor Lewis, Terrell Stafford, Stanley Cowell, Conrad Herwig and many other distinguished musicians, Jerrold emerges with a vibrancy coloured by these influences.
Playing to sold out audiences in jazz festivals across Canada in the summer of 2008, the Jerrold Dubyk Quartet claimed second overall in the prestigious Grand Prix du Jazz Competition at the Festival International de Jazz de Montreal.
Romping eagerly through the jazz tradition of the organ/tenor quartet “The Maverick” features a stellar line-up of prodigious Canadian jazz musicians: multiple Juno jazz award winner Brad Turner (trumpet/producer), Chris Gestrin (Hammond B3) and Jesse Cahill (drums).
Like a trip down the open road, “The Maverick” promises its listeners a rousing and unpredictable ride.
“Jerrold Dubyk is a gifted saxophonist, with a beautiful sound and great dexterity. His new release, The Maverick, is a superb disc with exceptionally talented musicians and inventive new compositions. Check them out live and definitely get the CD!” – Tim Ries, saxophonist (Rolling Stones)