There have been many great nights at The Basement, and this was one of them. A capacity audience warmly applauded instrumentalist/singer Vince Jones, convinced they were in the presence of a truly great artist. Read the full article by Eric Myers in The Australian Arts/Music section
13 June 2015, Adelaide. A sell-out audience attended the opening night of this world premiere tribute to Antonio “Tom” Carlos Jobim by singers Vince Jones and Alda Rezende.
He’s that rare and precious creature, an artist whose love for his art leaves no room for much else, including his own place in the world.
Here is a selection of four songs recorded live and on stage between 2006 and 2008.
Vince Jones continues with his monthly residence at the wonderful Jazz venue Foundry616 in Ultimo Sydney. The players performing together with Vince were: Matt McMahon on piano, Andrew Gander on drums and Karl Dunnicliff on bass.
Vince has commenced a monthly Saturday performance at Sydney’s latest jazz venue, Foundry616 in Ultimo.
Sydney Morning Herald’s John Shand reviews Vince Jones at the Wangaratta Jazz Festival.
Vince and the Flinders Quartet perform an adaptation of “I Almost Had A Weakness” from “The Juliet Letters”. The performance is for ABC Radio National’s Music Show. This music was first performed by Elvis Costello and the Brodsky Quartet. Uploaded April 2012.
This March, join Vince Jones and Katie Noonan as they play with “Jazz Up North 2011”
Vince and Matt McMahon performing for the “Breakfast show with Julian Morrow” program on ABC Radio National. Uploaded January 2011.