The night will feature Jack’s Fusion and The Travellers playing at TS, which will again be transformed into a giant living room. The band will playing on stage, with the audience standing in the auditorium. Entrance to this event is free of charge!
Mix an edgy rock sound with an electric stage presence and five dynamic musicians, and you get Jack’s Fusion. A rock band made up of five musicians (Luke Deguara and Jacob Spiteri on guitar, Kurt Bezzina on bass, Jean-Luc Camilleri on drums, and Emma Grech as a vocalist), Jack’s Fusion has ample experience in performing live, having played at several gigs, and delivering their distinct music to a wide audience.
The band is known for its pumping, energy-infused sound, taking influence from various rock artists, and blending classic rock with different styles and sounds.
The band released their debut single ‘Electric’ in October 2015, ‘Burn the Day’ in August 2016 and most recently, their debut EP ‘Impulse’ in August 2016, launched in a concert hosted at Teatru Salesjan.
For more information on the band’s career so far, refer to the band’s biography below. For further inquiries and information, contact the band through firstname.lastname@example.org, or through the band’s official Facebook page.
The Travellers got together in 2013 with the aim of trying to create something different in an already diversified local music scene. Bassist Clayton, trumpeter Joseph, main vocalist Chris and guitarist Andrew have been in the music scene from a very young age. Saxophonist Sylvano and drummer Michael joined the rest of the band later in 2013 and thus The Travellers was born.
Given that all band members hail from Gozo, which makes them very frequent commuters crossing the channel to and from Malta regularly, the name of the band seemed like an obvious choice.
In the past year, the band has been working on a mix of contemporary music incorporating brass and Maltese lyrics, with the band experimenting on how the melody would sound when combined with the Maltese language on contemporary rhythms.
This project has been funded through the Voluntary Organisations Project Scheme managed by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector on behalf of the Ministry for Social Dialogue, Consumer Affairs and Civil Liberties.
Entrance to this event is free of charge
Saturday 10th December at 20:30hrs
Doors open at 20:00hrs