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EVERYDAY STRANGERS

Everyday Strangers

Everyday Strangers are no strangers to great music. This eclectic international Psych Jazz Fusion duo, comprised of drummer Tyree Johnson and keyboardist Vincent Orsolini bring thirty years of professional musical experience to the Midwest. Taking an active role in the Kansas City Jazz community, they play regularly at multiple venues in the Historic 18th & Vine Jazz District and Downtown Kansas City. Their collective energy creates an immersive musical journey breaking down barriers and fusing their unique backgrounds and influences by way of France and America. 

Tyree Johnson, a native of Kansas City, Missouri is a proud alumni of Paseo Academy of Fine and Performing Arts where his career as a drummer and producer began. Preserving the rich tradition of Jazz, Johnson is the drummer for the Lonnie McFadden band, bringing fourteen years of professional drumming experience to Everyday Strangers. Originally from San Francisco, Vincent Orsolini, has been playing professionally for twelve years. Spending eleven years in the South of France to pursue his education in Jazz and Sound Engineering at the Conservatory, Orsolini moved to Kansas City shortly after completing his studies and has been working closely with local musicians on production and live performances. 

 

Everyday Strangers is currently working on their album channeling their collective energy into each composition.

They perform every Wednesday at their studio livestreaming on all platforms including Facebook and Youtube.

Their recent single, Out Of Time, can be heard on all musical platforms including Spotify.

 

Everyday Strangers loves Kansas City and cherishes its rich Jazz history inviting locally and internationally artists to collaborate with them through a unique cross-showcasing of visual art installations and digital displays.

- J. Ayala

An Interview with NPR

THE SOCIAL

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Gerald Dun

Everyday Strangers are really starting to make a mark on the scene.

James McGee

The strangers are the next big thing.

Arts KC

Everyday Strangers bring the combinations of genres to a delightfully perfect balance.