The Chronicles | Spanning the Gap

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Spanning the Gap

by The Chronicles

Produced and mixed by Alan Evans (drummer of Soulive). The Chronicles blend Jazz, Soul, Funk, and Hip-Hop into one genre-bending sound that defies classification.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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1. Village Livin'
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2. Interzone
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3. Way Back Home
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4. Vibe
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5. Just Knew
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6. Spanning the Gap
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7. Quartal
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8. Bad Bad Bad
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9. Reprise
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Combining jazz, hip hop, funk, soul, and gospel, The Chronicles bring a unique sound that defies classification. Founded by upstate NY horn heavyweights, Bryan Brundige and Jeff Nania in October of 2009, The Chronicles have included and continue to feature the most talented up-and-coming musicians in the Capital Region. The Chronicles have been working hard to spread their music throughout the northeast with appearances at regional theaters like the Massry Center for the Arts, the New Hampshire Jazz Center and Proctor’s GE Theater. They have also appeared at major music festivals like Riverfront Jazz Festival, Tulip Festival, Bella Terra, African American Heritage Day, The Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival, The Big Up, and The BeatShot Music Festival. Albanyʼs alternative newsweekly, Metroland recognized them as “Best Jazz” in 2013, 2012, and in their 2011 “Best of the Capital Region” critic’s poll as the best in live hip hop with “jazz chops out the yin yang, and new tunes at their fingertips every time they pick up their instruments.”

Bryan Brundige (Trombone), Jeff Nania (Saxophones, Flute), Tyrone Hartzog (Keyboards), Justin Henricks (Guitar), Daniel Lawson (Bass), Andrae Surgick (Drums)



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