Live At Centre Street Podcast

Live At Centre Street Podcast

Promoting New England's finest musical talent, Live at Centre Street is a Podcast where we bridge the gap between the artist and the audience.... Show More
October 5, 2018 39 min
"Music speaks to the soul and brings people together, affecting everyone in their own way. Music is a beacon of hope and peace in this tumultuous world." Sincere and honest words from Boston saxophonist, Seba Molnar (@sebamolnar). Though heavily rooted in jazz, Seba is also involved in funk and reggae bands which enables him to create a wide array of original music that transcends genre. His passion for music also extends to teaching, studio recording, and providing talent for gigs. Through his unrelenting work ethic, Seba has established himself as a go-to saxophonist in the New England area. Seba Molnar: Saxophone Jens Sweeting: Piano Bruno Peterson: Guitar Sahil Warsi: Acoustic bass Christian Saint Louis: Electric bass Ryan Scalia: Drums Sammy Walukaow: Percussion Setlist: Reflection Level Up "A" Town Walk Space Trane The Five Spot Buttered Plums Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Producer and Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
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