Germany Tour wrap-up

by Jeremy Rose on 14 May 2014

“The Vampires’ music blended everything from hints of soul to tinges of the Balkans, a taste of African and Jamaican influences and, of course, a liberal heaping of jazz-centric interplay for a distinctive gumbo that was more eminently accessible, grooved harder and, through clever arrangements for the two horns, created a bigger sound than might have seemed otherwise possible.” All About Jazz
read the full review of Jazzahead here

If you ever want to see the jazz industry in full swing (pardon the pun), Jazzahead in Bremen is the place to be. Jazzahead brings together key industry representatives from every corner of the world, including festival directors, record labels, booking agents, publicists and most of all, artists, which seem to be in an ever expanding supply thanks to the efficiency of jazz schools and universities. The Vampires show there was documented on this HD video for you to enjoy.

Performing at our (sold out!) show at B-Flat in Berlin with Berlin drummer Tobias Backhaus and trombonist Shannon Barnett.

2014 04 20_The Vampires B-Flat

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