Musician Dave Sereny Shreds Like Carlos Santana In His New Toronto Take of Bob Marley’s “Jammin” On Youtube and Streaming Services

3-8-2019 5-13-21 PM

Toronto-based Jazz musician, Dave Sereny, pays tribute to Bob Marley with a soulful rendition of the classic reggae “Jammin” drawing influences from Rock and Jazz musicians like Carlos Santana.

The award-winning Jazz musician, Dave Sereny is back with his soulful guitar licks in his latest single, “Jammin”. A rendition of the classic 1977 Bob Marley and The Wailers song, Dave puts a lively jazz spin on his sounds that are smooth like a young Carlos Santana.  With no lyrics other than the background layers of a women’s choir, Dave really emphasizes the instrumental portions especially his soulful guitar melodies. This song is an evident display of what Sereny can do with a guitar even after taking a few years’ break from releasing new music.

You can listen to this amazing single on Spotify or Apple Music. This song is also available on his album Talk To Me available on streaming platforms. For updates on Dave Sereny, follow him on Twitter or check out www.DaveSereny.com!

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