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Today in Toronto: Brandi Disterheft

Brandi Disterheft There aren’t a lot of female bass players around, but gender has nothing to do with Disterheft’s success. She gets noticed for her musical finesse, which has earned her accolades from the likes of Oscar Peterson, who compared her to his own late Ray Brown. Barely out of her 20s, she saw her first album, Debut, win a Juno four years ago. Find out more »

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