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Paul Rossy



Paul Rossy is one of the most renowned pediatricians in Quebec and also a songwriter.

He approached Ian Kelly to produce and direct his debut album, Goodbye Sings the Wind in 2016 with a view to selling it to raise money for the Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation. Following this experience, they decided to make a jazz version of the songs of Goodbye Sings the Wind in order to seek broadcasting on radios like ICI Musique and Stingray and this is how the first Jazz project of Paul Rossy titled Jazz Poetry.

To launch these two albums, Mr. Rossy did a show at Corona where he sold out and with his album project, his show at Corona and his parallel fundraising work he managed to raise more than 2.5 million dollars for the Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation.

He does it again with a show and theme songs for children, not to mention his albums of original songs and instrumental jazz with the Sunset Hill Jazz band, with the aim of continuing to raise profits for a foundation for sick children, while highlighting the work of Mr. Rossy as a composer and the talent of the musicians who collaborated on the album.

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