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New album Julian Marley at Borovets Jazz Festival Bulgaria

Released early in the pandemic, As I am, never sung in public

07 August, 19:44
(ANSA-BTA) - ROMA, 07 AGO - Bob Marley's son Julian is presenting his latest album, As I am, at the Borovets Jazz Festival Sunday night. He told Bulgarian news agency BTA that the pandemic began soon after As I am was released, so it has not yet been presented publicly.

"Now we have a chance to bring it back to the public." Marley informed BTA. The set list for his jazz festival also includes songs by his father. This is Julian Marley's second visit to Bulgaria. He told reporters that he came back again because he was invited, that he likes the warm welcome and the beauty of nature in Borovets. On the third night of the festival, the Borovets audience will also hear Mikhail Yosifov and "News in Jazz." In the band, the trumpeter, composer and teacher brings together a team of young musicians, most of whom are still studying at the National Music Academy.

"This is the latest group of jazz musicians that the Music Academy is offering to the world. These are by no means all those currently studying jazz at the Academy. There is a great brood, there has been a lot of interest in jazz recently, which is gratifying for me," Yossifov said. "News in Jazz" features himself, Veleka Tsankova (vocals), Lachezar Katsarsky (vocals), Alexandros Krasidis (saxophone), Nikolay Kostadinov (piano), Krasimir Zafirov (guitar), Kalina Andreeva (bass) and Ivaylo Manev (drums). On Saturday evening, MYX'D performed on the Borovets Festival stage works by Bach, Beethoven, Grieg, Puccini, Tchaikovsky and Gershwin. Later, musicians from the Serbian Cal Band took the stage. (ANSA-BTA).

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