The ghost notes
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The Ghost Notes
The Ghost Notes were formed in Greece in late 2012. They play original compositions that present a modern approach to Gypsy Jazz, traditional Gypsy Jazz tunes, and Django Reinhardt pieces.
Their debut album ''Jazzy-Key'' was released in April 2013 and includes original Gypsy Jazz compositions and Django Reinhardt covers.
Following the release of their first album, and numerous concerts in Greece, the band had their firstEuropean tour in May 2013, playing live in Greece, Italy, Czech Republic, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands and the UK.
Their Second European Tour took place in May/June 2014 and included 16 concerts in 8 countries (Greece, Italy, Croatia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Belgium, Netherlands, UK)
Among these performances were four important festivals:
Hungarian National Museum Festival – In Budapest, Hungary
Brussels Jazz Marathon Festival – In Brussels, Belgium
JekerJazz Festival – In Maastricht, Netherlands
Newcastle-Under-Lyme Jazz & Blues Festival – In Newcastle-Under-Lyme, UK
During their second European tour, they filmed two live performances at Acapela Studio in Cardiff.
Their second Album, ''Secrets Of A Memory'', was released in February 2015 by Hitchtone Music & Promotion
Their Third European Tour took place in February/March 2015 and included 13 performances in Athens, Florence, Zagreb, Munich, Brussels, London, Birmingham, Cardiff, and Liverpool.
The Ghost Notes' first performance of their third European Tour in Athens featured the extraordinary Gypsy Jazz guitarist
Stochelo Rosenberg of The Rosenberg Trio, and a performance at The Royal Albert Hall in London, UK.
In January 2016 they performed 5 concerts in Belgium at the prestigious Djangofollies Festival.
They have performed live at:
European Music Day Festival in Greece (2013),
Athens Djangofest Festival (2013, 2014, 2015),
Patras International Festival/Djangofest (2014),
Thessaloniki Djangofest Festival (2014),
and have been featured in the 2013 summer issue of ''B.M.G Magazine'' – the oldest fretted instrument publication in the world, founded in England in 1903.