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  Club Django Abbey Sholzberg Abbey Sholzberg
(Double Bass)
Born in Montréal, Abbey studied at McGill University's Faculty of Music. A professional musician since 1969, he has played in almost every genre imaginable.
  Tony Oldland
(Rhythm Guitar)
Tony is a long time Django fan from Manchester, England, and an avid frequenter of Samois sur Seine. He brings to Club Django Toronto an in-depth knowledge of the gypsy jazz world. Tony plays a John Le Voi guitar.
 
 
  John Farrell
(Lead Guitar)
John interprets the formidable genius of Django Reinhardt with virtuosic flair. Beyond the great master, his diverse influences include Charlie Christian, Mike Bloomfield and Danny Gatton. An accomplished guitarist who defies genre, John has been performing professionally for over 30 years.
  Gerry Duligal
(Piano Accordion)
Gerry was practically weaned on jazz from birth through his father's influence. Bringing his own interest in everything from Bach to Bacharach and his fascination with European accordion styles, Gerry has found a good home with Club Django.
 
 
  Club Django Rodion Broshir Rodion Boshoer
(Violin)
Classically trained like his idol Grappelli, versatile and talented Rodion brings to the band a sound that expresses his Russian roots and the influence of his work with the Broadway production and tours of Forever Tango
  Club Django Wayne Nakamura Wayne Nakamura
(Rhythm Guitar)
Wayne is the newest member of our band. He has been a co-leader of Toronto's longest-running, gypsy jazz jam for over 10 years. His tight rhythm playing helps focus the band and adds a large element of the "swing" factor to our music.
 
 
   
  André Séguinot
(Rhythm Guitar)
André, shown here playing his 1961 Favino guitar, is the founder of Club Django Toronto. Born in Montpellier, France, he is the only member to have seen Django Reinhardt perform.
       
 
 
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