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Sam Q’s Nightpatrol


SAM QURESHI is an Alto Saxophonist and Composer of Jazz/Latin Music born in Pakistan, raised in Birmingham and based in Manchester UK since 1997. Sam has been a dedicated Jazz Musician for over 35 years and has played reputable London Venues such as Ronnie Scotts and The Blue Note and Jazz Café to name a few. He has also performed at featured gigs for 6 Music DJ Giles Peterson. Sam previously worked with hometown band UB40 and recorded the ‘’How To Steal The World’’ album by personal commission of Ali Campbell in the original DEP Studios. He is the rarest of creatures a Musicians Musician – Yet has the ability to satisfy a far wider commercial marketplace with his original compositions.


The original music of Sam Qureshi is a unique hybrid of Brazilian Jazz formed of Bossa Nova and Latino stylings that are taking the world by storm. Sam is formally recognised in Brazil by some of its finest musicians and has worked with the Sergio Mendes percussionist Gibi Dossantos (currently rated best in the world) as well as many other notable players. He works closely with Rio-based labels such as Grooveland Music )who referred to him as the ‘’new Stan Getz’)’, Music delivery and recently signed to Imusica for a release of 7 albums Digitally. Back home in the UK, the words of London’s iconic Straight No Chaser Jazz Magazine – Paul Bradshaw are well founded; ‘’Exporting Bossa Nova from Manchester to Brazil’’.  Sam has licensed of 2 of his tracks on Eddie Pillars prestigious Acid Jazz production ‘’Mo Jazz 2’’ compilation.

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