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Bob Marley’s Reggae Tune “Jammin’” Reimagined By Toronto-based Smooth Jazz Musician Dave Sereny

Our dreams have come true! Toronto’s Dave Sereny has released a new single off his highly anticipated album, Talk to Me. The track titled, Jammin’ is a Bob Marley cover and could not be more appropriately named. This reggae infused, soulful, rock jam has you swaying to the guitar strums while you soak up the tropical vibes Marley cultivated.

 

On such an iconic track, Sereny still makes it his own. His guitar skills take front row while the airy vocal accompanyment create an angelic ambiance.

 

“Sereny’s work is remarkable…including [his cover of] Bob Marley’s “Jammin’”, which stays true to the original with splendid smooth vocal overlay” –  Stu Berketo, Wave.fm 94.7/95.9 HD2

 

Jammin’ comes off Sereny’s second album “Talk To Me”, released 12 years since his wildly popular album “Take This Ride”. Makes sense when you account for the fact that Sereny is a frequent performer and a touring veteran of multiple jazz festivals. In 2019, it’s great to see that Sereny gives jazz music a fresh spin while never sacrificing his craft.

 

Listen to Jammin’ on Spotify or check out the full album on iTunes. Be sure to also check out Dave’s website and Twitter  for all his updates!

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