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James Morrison To Launch Fanfare Jazz Label

by Paul Cashmere on May 4, 2013

in News,Noise Pro

Robert Rigby is preparing to expand his Fanfare Records label after signing Australian Jazz Hall of Fame inductee James Morrison for his new Fanfare Jazz arm.

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James Morrison

Morrison’s entire jazz catalogue will soon be available on Fanfare Jazz.

Fanfare Records is the label behind the current successes of Russell Morris and Renee Geyer as well as the Marina Prior album released in 2012 and the Michael Crawford best of ‘The Story of My Life’.

Rigby also recently announced he had signed Beccy Cole and Wendy Matthews to Fanfare Records.

James Morrison is Australia’s most successful trumpet player. This week  he was inducted into the Jazz Hall of Fame. Morrison is also the Artistic Director of the Queensland Music Festival and was a presenter on the Australian edition of Top Gear.

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