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Music: Nubya Garcia- Nubya’s 5ive

One of the more exciting things about writing and supporting music is seeing a musician’s growth. Nubya Garcia has been paving her path to success for a while now, and while her first project Nubya’s 5ive is an extraordinary dive into her jazz roots, this is only the beginning for her.

With the help of the talented Joe Armon-Jones of Ezra Collective and SumoChief on piano, Moses Boyd on drums, Daniel Casimir on Bass, Femi Koloeso, Sheila Maurice-Grey on Trumpet and Theon Cross on Tuba,  this timeless gem helps amplify London jazz on a global scale.

Listen to Nubya Garcia- Nubya’s 5ive below and make sure you buy and support!

Catch Nubya Garcia with Harvey Sutherland & Bermuda and Bradley Zero at the CLF Art Cafe (Block A, Bussey Building) this Thursday 8th June as a joint event between the guys at Rhythm Section and the Peckham Chamber Orchestra (PCO).

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1 comment on “Music: Nubya Garcia- Nubya’s 5ive

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