We've Got Nothing



Peripheral Vision is one of the most exciting and innovative jazz quartets on the international jazz scene, performing together for 15 years. Based in Toronto, Canada, the creative leaders of the group are long-time musical collaborators, guitarist Don Scott and bassist Michael Herring. They have assembled a synergistic musical unit designed to push the boundaries of jazz while engaging the listener with a grooving, toe-tapping immediacy. Their distinctive musical voice bridges tradition and innovation, with deeply felt influences ranging from jazz, rock, classical, and improv, with a focus on dynamic group interaction.

Peripheral Vision is excited to be touring in support of their Canada Council for the Arts funded multi-media project, We’ve Got Nothing, featuring live videos and accompanying CD release. They have released six albums, including 2 live albums, are JUNO nominees and were awarded the Montreal Jazz Festival’s Galaxie Rising Star Award. Scott and Herring are joined by saxophonist Trevor Hogg and drummer Nick Fraser. While the compositions are Herring and Scott’s, Peripheral Vision is defined by its group rapport. Bringing back the anything-is-possible democratic approach of both 1960’s jazz and garage bands, the music takes shape as a collective process. This no-holds-barred philosophy is at the root of Peripheral Vision’s explosive performances.

Tranzac First-Tuesdays

Check out the Tranzac Club’s calendar for our long-running First-Tuesday of the Month series.  There’s a different guest band opening each month starting at 9:30pm.


Thanks to the Canada Council for the Arts for their ongoing support, especially for the We’ve Got Nothing video and recording project through their Digital Now program.