7/7-2017 - 16/7-2017: TBA during CPH Jazz Festival
3/6-2017: Private gig, Vejle
24/3-2017: Lille Svenstrup, Ringsted
23/3-2017:Jazzhus Pitstop, Kolding
14/10-2016: Buddhas Jazzklub, Hillerød
8/10-2016: Tapperiet, Køge
6/10-2016: Huset, Aalborg
5/10-2016: Vallekilde Højskole
30/9-2016: Kælderen, Struer
24/9-2016: Katapult, Århus m. 100% Max Akwaaba & AddisAbaba Band
22/9-2016: Walthers Musikcafé, Skanderborg
17/9-2016: Copenhagen Jazzhouse, København
24/8-2015: Nicolaj Scene, Kolding
22/8-2015: Privat fest, Djursland
21/8-2015: Folkets Park (early concert), København
13/8-2015: Strøm Festival, Kapelvej 44, København
8/7-2015: Go Boat, Københavns Havn
7/5-2015: Gians Steps, Svendborg
2/5-2015: Tapperiet, Køge
16/4-2015: Dexter, Odense
15/4-2015: Fermaten, Herning
10/4-2015: Jazzhouse, København
27/3-2015: 1000fryd, Aalborg
26/3-2015: Atlas, Århus
26/01-2015: Islands Brygge Kulturhus (VinterJa-2015), København
3/12-2014: Brorsons Kirke, København
11/10-2014: Copenhagen JazzHouse, København
5/09-2014: Bremen Teater, København
17/08-2014: Spring Festival, Klampenborg
27/07-2014: Himmelstorm Festival, Økosamfundet Dyssekilde
6/06-2014: Modern Jazz Days, Køge
25/04-2014: Kælderen, Struer
Jonathan Bremer (born 1991) has been in the spotlight of the Danish jazzscene, since he in 2010 was hired by the newly reopened legendary jazzclub Montmartre as the house bassplayer.
Bremer has released two albums with the band Surf in Stereo (with whom he won the prestigious Ung Jazz Award as a 17-year old) and two records with the world famous pianist Niels Lan Doky, who’s trio he is a regular member of.
He has toured with Niels Lan Doky in Europe and Asia, and in that context he has played with people like Gino Vannelli, David Sanborn and many others.
In his own projects, Bremer has experimented with mixing the acoustic with elements of electronica and dub, which shows the double bass from a new angle. In these projects he has co-opereated with artists such as Mike Sheridan, Mikkel Metal and Palle Mikkelborg.
Morten McCoy (born 1992) has been on the scene since he as 12 years old played his first concert as a pianist and singer with his old band The Skandals. The Skandals toured in Germany, Denmark and Sweden, played more than 50 shows between 2005-2009 and was at the time one of the youngest bands with that great live-experience.
Since then he has toured extensively throughout Europe, released two LP-albums, two 7" singles, and won a Danish Music Award World (best live band 2012) with Babylove & the Van Dangos. He won the Danish Youth Sound Clash (at Rub′A′Dub 2008) with Yute Rockers, and currently he is touring with danish dancehall stars Klumben & Raske Penge as the music director in their backing band "80′erne".
Their concert at Roskilde Festival 2012 and the tour right after it won them the prestigious Steppeulv award as Live Name of the Year.
Morten McCoy is primarely digging jamaican music with its roots being planted deeply in the original African culture, but the special melancholic nordic sound is also one of his biggest inspirations