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Talking Smooth Jazz

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Canadian-born, Toronto-native Rob Tardik is a multi-award winning guitarist and contemporary pop/jazz/world/fusion instrumental music artist. He has performed at venues all across North America including the prestigious Seabreeze Jazz Festival, Rochester Jazz Festival, Beaches International Jazz Festival, Jazz on the Vine in Wisconsin, The Catalina Island Jazz Festival, Flato Markham Theatre, Markham Jazz Festival, The Rose Theatre in Brampton, The Burlington Centre for the Arts, The Living Arts Centre in Mississauga, Oakville Centre, WreckHouse Jazz Festival, and the Glenn Gould Theatre in Toronto. His new release, DIVERSITY Volume 1 (Smooth & Chill) is a 24-track double album. The first 2 tracks feature the brand new recordings: Infinity and Diamond Night, followed by a compilation of 22 re-mastered tracks from Rob's previous six albums that share a common vibe of Smooth & Chill. This is the first in a 4-volume eclectic set of DIVERSITY albums. A new DIVERSITY volume is to be released during each season of 2020: Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall. Each volume is grouped to a common particular musical style aligned to each season. Smooth and Chill is meant for the listener to relax and unwind during the cold days and nights of winter. Follow Rob Tardik on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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