Bob Day/Cam Millar Quintet

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Bob Day (Flugelhorn, Composer) has long been a part of the Canadian music scene. He was an original member of Rob McConnell's Boss Brass and has toured with Chuck Mangione and Paul Anka. Bob recently studied with Bob Brookmeyer and Carmine Caruso in N.Y. City on a grant from the Canada Council. 

Cam Millar (Trombone, Composer) is a graduate of the U.B.C. music programme and a former student of knowned trombonist/composer Dave Robbins. He has also studied with Ian McDougall while working in Toronto. Cam's performances include the Count Basie Orchestra, Bob Brookmeyer, Doc Severinson, and the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra.

John Hyde (Bass, Acoustic, and Electric) is well known in Alberta as a premier bassist. His many credits include Tommy Banks, P.J. Perry, Bob Stroup, Gary Guthman, Bob Erlendson, Eric Friedenberg, and the Olympics opening and closing ceremonial music under Tommy Banks.

Miles Jackson (Keyboards) adapts himself to any musical situation, and has worked with Bob Brookmeyer at Jazz City, Tommy Banks with the Calgary Philharmonic, and led the 'Band du Jour' as the studio band for CBC's Olympic Late Night Live during the '88 Winter Olympics. 

Mike Mattson (Drums) has been a busy audio-visual producer, jazz, rock, and R&B drummer, synthesizer and drum programmer, and also currently works with singer-songwriter Lorn MacLachlan. 

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September 23, 1989 to November 19, 1989

Three musical performances by emerging musicians in Western Canada.

September 23, 1989
Bob Day/Cam Millar Quintet
An assortment of new compositions which explore each musicians roots in Western Canada.

October 28, 1989
Eric Stach
A solo saxophone concert of improvised music acto and soprano. 

November 18, 1989
The Imagineers
Recent Songs, The Gall The Gall, Eight Points of Light and the Cherry Disease, This is Nevada Calling, Procter Boulevard