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Last Monday, February 10, at 7:00 p.m., Maddison Pack presented its new album “626 Club” at the Caja Rural Building in Aragón (Zaragoza), one of the most beautiful modernist buildings in Spain. With all invitations sold out, more than 300 people witnessed the staging of this new work in the Assembly Hall of the building, which, together with the seven original songs of the quartet, included the reading of the story entitled “A visit to the Jazz Club” by journalist writer Antón Castro, and the projection of the paintings by César Sánchez, Javi Hernandez and George Ward, along with photographs by Javier Cruces (three Goya Awards in photography), author of the album cover. Luxury artists to shape a multidisciplinary album that harmonizes various arts: music, literature, painting and photography, which make this album a collector's item.

The concert had a luxury presentation by the presenter and editor of Aragon TV Victoria Martínez. After her words the staging of "626 Club" began. Voice actor and broadcaster Ángel Redolar Cortés began reading the text of Antón Castro:

“A visit to the Jazz Club. By Anton Castro. Introito. The radio director, Ricardo Olvega, told me: There is a new Pub on Santiago Street. Go... ”

On stage, Noel, Javi, Ernesto and Israel, were playing one by one the seven songs of the album: "Warming", "Jittery", "Maddy", "First song", "Black sound", "Pink sauce tears" , "626 Club", all of them interspersed in the chapters of the story and accompanied with the projection of all the paintings and photographs of the album. 50 minutes of great strength and intensity of music, reading, painting and photography.

At the end of the “626 Club” presentation, Maddison Pack, in gratitude for the warm applause, interpreted several more songs accompanying those present to a dream jazz club.


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