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Robin Nolan - The George Harrison Project

Booking - The George Harrison Project 2020 / 2021:

World renowned Gypsy Jazz guitarist Robin Nolan’s new and exciting project is dedicated to the music of George Harrison. With the blessing of the Harrison estate, Nolan is paying homage to the ex-Beatle with a new album featuring a collection of Harrison’s songs played in his own unique way. Expressing music close to his heart, Nolan has created inspired and stunning versions of some of Harrison’s finest compositions. Shadows guitar legend Hank B. Marvin features as a guest soloist on ‘Something’, other songs featured include ‘Wah Wah’ ‘All Things Must Pass’, ‘ I Want To Tell You’ and ‘Marwa Blues’.

Incredibly the album features a brand new unreleased Harrison/Nolan composition which is being released for the very first time. Entitled ‘The Envelope’, the song is based on chords that Harrison had written on the back of an envelope which his widow Olivia Harrison has recently discovered and passed on to Nolan who wrote the missing melody creating something incredible special and moving. George Harrison was a fan and friend of Robin’s and they got to know each other in the last years of Harrison’s life at parties he gave at his English estate ‘Friar Park’.

With over 3 million views on Robin's youtube channel, Gypsy Jazz Secrets, Robin Nolan is without doubt the world's leading authority when it comes to passing on the knowledge of all things gypsy jazz. He's built up a massive and ever growing fan base of musicians and music lovers alike. Robin and his trio have played the Django Reinhardt festival in Samoir numerous times as headliners, he's travelled the globe for the last 2 decades taking in shows at many of the jazz world's top venues and festivals; North Sea Jazz, Montreax Jazz Festival, London's Royal Albert Hall, New York's Jazz at the Lincoln Centre to name a few.  His celebrity endorsers are a who's who of the guitar god world, "The Beatles" George Harrison named him as his favourite guitarist!! "The Rolling Stone's" Bill Wyman has had him in his band, Hank Marvin, a fan of Robin's playing and teaching regularly joins forces with him in Australia. Prepare to be amazed at Robin’s beautifully lyrical and at times breathtakingly virtuosic musicianship and to witness some of the finest, hottest guitar playing you have ever heard. 

Robin Nolan - And I Love Her

Robin Nolan & Martin Taylor

Stochelo Rosenberg Trio


Without doubt the world's most celebrated gypsy jazz guitarist since Django Reinhardt and arguably the finest acoustic Jazz guitarist in Europe right now, the Dutch Sinti Gypsy Stochelo Rosenberg has performed at all of the major jazz festivals: Montreal Jazz Festival, North Sea Jazz, Django Reinhardt Festival in Samois, Jazz In Marciac, Jazz à Vienna. Notable major theatre performances include Carnegie Hall, New York and the Rose Bowl, Los Angeles...

His genre defining band, The Rosenberg Trio have released 26 albums to date on universal, verve and polydor. Among countless career highlights performing and recording extensively with the Stéphane Grappelli was testament to his authority within the genre as was his offer to perform the entire soundtrack for the 2018 French blockbuster movie Django, the film about the legendary Gypsies life and music. Over the past twenty-five years, armed with an unrivalled mastery of his instrument and an unmistakable, beautiful vibrato in his touch he's literally conquered the jazz guitar world and established himself as as the best in his field. 

The Stochelo Rosenberg Trio is currently touring the UK and Internationally featuring the British guitar virtuoso and master accompanist Chris Quinn and the legendary Dutch gypsy jazz double bassist Arnoud Vandenberg; together considered to be one of the tightest rhythm sections in the business...  


Stochelo Rosenberg - Caravan

Rosenberg Trio play For Sephora

The Kings of the Gypsies; Fapy Lafertin & Paulus Schäfer Quintet

Prepare for absolute royalty of the Gypsy Jazz world with this quintet lead by two of the genres most celebrated Sinti Gypsy guitarists. 

Lovingly recreating the original 5 piece line up of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli's famous Quintette du Hot Club de France of 3 guitars, violin and bass, Belgian Gypsy, Fapy Lafertin - considered to be the "godfather" of modern gypsy jazz guitar - joins forces with the phenomenal Dutch Gypsy Paulus Schäfer to front this all out power quintet. Featuring the world renowned Dutch violinist Christiaan Van Hemert, perhaps best known for his work with the Rosenberg academy, Chris Quinn who has spent the past decade touring and recording with with artists like Robin Nolan, Stochelo Rosenberg, Moses Rosenberg, Clive Carroll and Paulus Schäfer. Holding down the bass is Mike Green, well known for his work with the Remi Harris Trio which recently saw him backing Jamie Cullum at the Royal Albert Hall for the BBC Proms! It would be impossible to get a closer to the sound to Django's original Hot Club Of France. 


"Fapy has a sound that might even have made Django envious … a mature guitarist at his peak" 

BOB WILBUR USA  on Fapy Lafertin -  

Lafertin is the legitimate heir to Django’s crown

Le Quecumbar on Paulus Schäfer -

"The best gypsy jazz guitarist in the world!"

Blues and Soul Magazine on Chris Quinn -

"Chris Quinn is your archetypal anchorman, his timing is set in granite and he can romp la pompe till the cows come home.


Fapy Lafertin Quintet

Fapy Lafertin and Paulus Schäfer

Mozes Rosenberg Trio

The Crème de la crème of gypsy jazz, Mozes Rosenberg is one of the most phenomenal acoustic musicians playing on the international jazz scene today.  Alongside his older brother Stochelo, the Rosenberg family have become known globally as the "first family" in gypsy jazz and are in constant demand at festivals and concert halls the world over.  Mozes grew up around some of the greatest guitar players in the world, like many gypsies, he started playing at an early age, when he was 7, he first played live concerts with his older brother Stochelo's band; The Rosenberg Trio, by the time he was 13 he was working with Paco de Lucia!.. As well as making his name as a world leading gypsy guitarist he is becoming known for crossing over into the more straight ahead jazz style and is up there with the very best modern jazz guitarists. Mozes is a sensitive, all-round guitarist who has that undeniable Rosenberg touch in all that he plays.




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