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Jessica Stuart Few

The Jessica Stuart Few is like Stereolab throwing a party with Joanna Newsom at Erykah Badu's house. In Japan.
Toronto's Jessica Stuart is "a brand new voice on the (Toronto) music scene" (Garvia Bailey, CBC Radio 1) – while the surging rhythms are clearly rooted in the improvisational give-and-take of modern jazz and progressive folk, Stuart seamlessly "..melds the best of both.., packing the songs full of musical ideas that veer in unexpected directions." (Tabassum Siddiqui, Spinner Canada)
Toronto based jazz-influenced art-folk trio, The Jessica Stuart Few, have a sound that's both new and old, whimsical and sincere, and rooted in a rich tradition while jumping head-first towards the future. A uniquely gifted guitarist equally adept on KOTO (a 13-string traditional Japanese floor harp), Jessica formed The 'Few in 2007 with Charlie Haden-inspired double bass ace Dan Fortin (Serena Ryder) and propulsive percussionist Tony Nesbitt-Larking (The Most Serene Republic/Tanika Charles). Since then, The Jessica Stuart Few has become a very busy band, spending a lot of time on the road, with around 100 shows in the past year alone including performances at NXNE, TD Toronto Jazz Festival, Vancouver Chutzpah! Festival, and the Brampton Indie Arts Festival while earning invites to showcase at Canadian Music Week and Pennsylvania's Millennium Music Conference in 2012.

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