Breeze with the Nu-Frequency Band - Stevie Wonder tribute
Doors at 5:30 pm
The West End Cultural Centre and Jazz Winnipeg are excited to be joining forces to present a series of dinner and concert shows this September and October in Winnipeg, called Cookin’: Local Music, Local Food.
His Guyanese heritage, early life in London, England, and immigration to Canada as a youth all helped make Breeze the artist he’s become. Although he is the younger brother of singing star Eddy Grant (Electric Avenue, Gimme Hope Johanna), Breeze has been forging his own career independently from the start.
He’s a self-taught musician who started by playing in local bands and later toured Canada, the US, Europe and Asia.
In the 90s Breeze co-founded production and independent label Steel Hipp Records, which continues to operate in Japan. He has been privileged to share the stage with many industry greats, including opening for James Brown and Motown Records’ The Funk Brothers.
Breeze also has several international and local production credits to his name, including a production credit on Canadian Idol winner Ryan Malcolm’s platinum-selling debut album, and has been a touring musician for many recording artists. He operates BatCave Recording Studio in Winnipeg where he continues to produce and create music for artists of all genres.