Maximillian Rudd has released the first video in his new Table For One miniseries, produced during the covid-19 restrictions. The videos replicate the traditional roda de choro of Brazil, wherein musicians gather around a table to jam, amidst the context of a pandemic that has forced musicians to think (more) creatively. Check out the first video of Assanhado by the great Brazilian mandolinist Jacob do Bandolim.
Salvador is Maximillian Rudd’s second studio album, and oozes Rudd’s trademark eclecticism, celebrating life and love with influences from around the globe. Drawing on his established penchant for intimate instrumentals and sensitive songwriting, Rudd looks to and explores new horizons with his groove-driven band.
Salvador is now streaming worldwide on all digital streaming platforms.
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