Have Fingers Will Travel is a visual art exhibition about the life and work of Oliver Jones, featuring photographs and contributions by brilliant local artists such as Kosisochukwu Nnebe and Maliciouz
Check out this excellent exhibition at the Espace Culturel Georges Emile Lapalme in Place des Arts metro (Ste Catherine street entrance across the street from Complexe Desjardins) until May 4th.
For more information about the Montreal Jazz scene also check out Burgundy Jazz, “an interactive documentary enhanced by augmented reality and geo-localized content that explores Montreal’s incredible contribution to jazz music history through the legendary musicians of Little Burgundy — the primarily black neighbourhood that was a hub of musical creativity, private clubs and speakeasies from the Jazz Age 1920s to the Golden Era of Jazz in the 1940s and 60s. Oscar Peterson, Oliver Jones, Maynard Ferguson, and Louis Metcalf are among the greats who lived or played in “Burgundy”. Watch now for free! http://cbcmusic.ca/burgundyjazz”