The Ruckus in Ottawa Part 3: Improvisational Jazz with John Geggie
I hooked up with local jazzman John Geggie at his office in Arts Court, where he gave me the scoop on his 4th Stage Series at the National Arts Center, and the whole Ottawa jazz scene. We chatted for about 30 minutes, and listened to some of his tunes.
00:00 I introduce John Geggie, and we kick off our chat at Arts Court
09:26 John Geggie - Ice and Meltwater
10:49 John introduces his next track
12:27 John Geggie - Across The Sky
18:57 John and I chat some more, and he name-drops some of his favourite local musicians.
26:44 John Geggie - Scatterbrain Drain
34:27 We wrap up our conversation.
40:52 John Geggie - Bouclier canadien
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