A collection of gigs from day three. Particularly notable was the one featuring the music of Dave Ades. A lot of raw emotion in this gig, with Julian and Zac really bringing Dave's music back to life. This gig probably deserved its own album, especially as it would have been a highlight for many people, but there weren't enough shots. Also notable was Daniel Susnjar's band - you could not accuse them, and especially Daniel, of not giving the audience every they had. There was a lot of energy in this Afro-Peruvian set.
Zac Hurren Plays Dave Ades (Zac Hurren - tenor saxophone; Julien Wilson - tenor saxophone; Cameron Undy - bass; Danny Fischer - drums) performing in the WPAC Theatre
The Chris Cody Quartet (Chris Cody - piano; Mike Avgenicos - tenor saxophone; Thomas Botting - bass; James Waples - drums) performing in St Patricks Hall
Zac Hurren Trio (Zac Hurren - sax; Steve Elphick - bass; Evan Mannell - drums; special guest: Julien Wilson - sax) performing in the WPAC Hall at the 2015 Wangaratta Festival of Jazz
Daniel Susnjar Afro-Peruvian Jazz Group (Daniel Susnjar- drums; Mat Jodrell - trumpet; Oscar Poncell - acoustic guitar; Carl Mackey - saxophones; Grant Windsor - piano; Sam Anning - bass; Luis Poblete - cajon) performing in the WPAC Theatre
The end-of-festival jam session at the Pinsent Hotel