Bound for Glory, Blues and Jazz from Robyn Brown

Join Robyn, and some of Queensland’s finest jazz musicians, Sunday 31st October, as they brings a modern jazz approach to songs from the 1800s to the early 1900s.

Listen: Robyn Brown joins the Long Lunch with Steve D to celebrate the launch of her new album Bound for Glory.

By Steve DunsterThursday 28 Oct 2021The Long Lunch with SteveMusicReading Time: 1 minute

‘Bound for Glory: The Gospel Project’, the latest release from Queensland jazz singer Robyn Brown, brings to life songs born out of slavery and racism, and explores some of the gospel themes in early blues and jazz. 

Robyn Brown joins the Long Lunch with Steve D to celebrate the launch of her new album Bound for Glory, from negro spirituals to songs from Blind Willie Johnson, Sam Cooke and Sister Rosetta Tharpe, this project explores some of the gospel themes in early blues and jazz. Robyn, with some of Queensland’s finest jazz musicians, brings a modern jazz approach to songs from the 1800s to the early 1900s.

Robyn Brown invites you to a concert at the New Life Auditorium in McKenzie Rd, Woombye on Sunday the 31st of October from 3pm till 5.30pm to launch the new album, ‘Bound for Glory: The Gospel Project’. Where jazz singer Robyn Brown Robyn and band will showcase songs from the new album along with many others. Coffee shop, bar and pizza van will be available on site on the day.

Tickets and bookings available through StickTickets

Listen to full interview in the player above.

For more information visit facebook.com/RobynBrownMusic

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