Paul Aucoin. Conversely, the end of a band (Bodega Bay) and other friendships. [2] The band then signed to London Records, which remixed and rereleased Bring Yourself Up internationally in 1998. They are best known for their debut album Bring Yourself Up, which was a Juno Award nominee for … [3] The band began working on new material, performing it around Toronto, including at the Rivoli in 1999. [3], Bodega Band Trondheimsstudentenes storband, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Bodega_Band&oldid=985857742, Wikipedia articles with BIBSYS identifiers, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Johan David Behrens (violin og orkesterleder), Tore Engstrøm (alto saxophone, flute, recorder), Torgeir Døssland (alto saxophone, clarinet), Per Kvistad Uddu (alto saxophone, clarinet), Tor Ramstad (baryton saxophone, soprano saxophone), Knut Lauritzen (instructor and conductor), This page was last edited on 28 October 2020, at 10:53. Bodega Band (established 1929 in Trondheim, Norway) is a Norwegian jazz orchestra based in Trondheim, and part of "Studentersamfundets Orkester" at the Studentersamfundet i Trondhjem. Eldbjørg Raknes (vocals) and David Gald (tuba) was also in the lineup. Bodega Band, a Norwegian jazz orchestra; This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Bodega. Jeremy Little. BODEGA. Bodega are; Gillian Chalmers (Fraserburgh), Ross Couper (Shetland), Tia Files (Oban), Norrie MacIver (Isle of Lewis) and June Naylor (Isle of Skye). Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page. In this period the Bodega band also toured to Reykjavík (1978), performed at Moldejazz (1977) and at the "Festspillene i Nord-Norge" (1973). Around 1971, Per Husby (piano and arranger) took charge of Bodega Band, and was central to a change of course with a greater element of his own music, assisted by performers and writers like Lars Martin Thomassen (flugelhorn), Eirik Lie/Tor Halmrast (guitar), Torgeir Døssland (alto saxophone and clarinet) and Jan Tro (bass). Bodega Band worked as a cabaret band during UKA until the World War II frequent guested Sweden. They were considered one of the four to five key big band with jazz standards as repertoire in Norway. Bodega were a Canadian alternative rock band in the late 1990s and early 2000s. BODEGA. The original sextet was established during the student festival UKA in Trondheim and was led by Johan David Behrends.[1]. They also released three records with their own music on label Studentersamfundet i Trondhjem (1973, 74 and 77). Jarle Førde was the leader from 1981. Jason Kent. [2] A highlight was the visit in 1972 by musical instructor Clark Terry. From 1945, the leader and organizer Ragnvald Sexe was central to the expansion to a 12-piece orchestra. "High expectation an elusive target; Andrew Rodriguez has high hopes for third CD, but there is more to come". Vigleik Storaas was the leader a time from 1990, when the band was reorganized. 9.8K likes. Art Rock/Post-punk unit from Brooklyn, New York. [5] The album was produced by Dave Fridmann. Jeff Heisholt. Later Asbjørn Krokstad (trombone) and drummer Bonsak Schieldrop (1959–64) developed the band to a 17-man crew after model of Count Basie. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. Musical Influences (destroying the past by stealing from it)…hence the classic rock citations (London Calling / … Bodega is a young, five piece band from all over Scotland. After a period of hibernation, there was a new impetus in 1958, with the conductor Jostein Gjersvik. The band was formed in March 2005 while all five members were attending The National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music. "Live Reviews: Bodega March 6, 1999 Rivoli, Toronto, ON", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Bodega_(Canadian_band)&oldid=901481439, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 12 June 2019, at 05:06. [2] The duo recruited drummer Kim Temple and moved to Toronto to record Bring Yourself Up, which was released in 1997 on independent label Vibra Cobra Records. Robbie Grunwald. Consisting of Ben Hozie (guitar, vocals), Nikki Belfiglio (vocals),Tai Lee (drums), Montana Simone (drums), Madison Velding-VanDam (guitar) and Heather Elle (bass). Kieran Adams. Bodega were a Canadian alternative rock band in the late 1990s and early 2000s. "Bigger, brighter, more upbeat ; Bodegas unleash new CD tonight at the Rivoli". Following Vibra Cobra's 1998 acquisition by Universal Music Group, the band were left largely unpromoted in the upheaval; they were offered the opportunity to move to Sire Records, but declined. The home scene was the Bodegaen at the Student Union, but the orchestra also toured around Norway. The band has since the establishment of the Jazz program at Trondheim Musikkonservatorium gained a wider array of performers. BODEGA. The band was one of the very few female jazz musicians, the pianist Inger "Mikro" Michelsen. Born into by what consumes: 1. They are best known for their debut album Bring Yourself Up, which was a Juno Award nominee for Best Alternative Album at the Juno Awards of 1999.[1]. Bodega (from left): Heather Elle, Madison Velding-Vandam, Ben Hozie, Montana Simone, and Nikki Belfiglio, Photography by Amy Lombard for The Village Voice In … [5] Goldberg and Temple then left the band, and Rodriguez carried on with a rotating lineup of musicians, including Leslie Feist as a guitarist in some live performances. The record's theme song. The start of a new relationship and a new band. Bodega was formed in Montreal in 1996 by Andrew Rodriguez and Sam Goldberg. [2] This album was nominated for a Juno Award for Best Alternative Album. Original band members Arnfinn Hjulstad (tenor banjo) Johan David Behrens (violin og orkesterleder) Arvid Ruud (batteri) Leif Berg Jansen (kornett and trompet) Hans Sørum (piano) Erik Müller (tenor sax) [6], Rodriguez subsequently opted to retire the band name, releasing Here Comes the Light in 2007 as a solo album rather than a third Bodega album.[7]. [4], The band released its second and final album, Without a Plan, in 2001 on the independent Brobdingnagian Records.