Joey DeFrancesco

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Joey DeFrancesco's news entries:

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    Joey DeFrancesco livestreamed a performance from the University of New Hampshire on Monday, April 12.

    What to Stream, April 12–19

    This week’s streams feature classic jazz performances from The Ed Sullivan Show in celebration of Jazz Appreciation…

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    Bassist Christian McBride (left), saxophonist Joshua Redman, drummer Brian Blade and pianist Brad Mehldau reconvened in the studio after more than two decades for RoundAgain.

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    Vocalist Sheila Jordan is set to mark her 92nd birthday with a livestreamed performance on Wednesday, Nov. 18.

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    Joey DeFrancesco, widely celebrated as an organist, also sings and plays trumpet and tenor saxophone.

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    Terri Lyne Carrington, who topped three categories in the 2020 DownBeat Critics Poll, is the first female instrumentalist to win the Jazz Artist of the Year category.

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    Troy Roberts played multiple instruments on his latest album of original compositions, Stuff I Heard.

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    Christian McBride is among the artists whose albums will be sold during the allONE initiative, running on the Mack Avenue website from April 30 to May 3.

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    Vocalist Dianne Reeves is among the jazz stars who will take part in an April 30 live-streamed concert to celebrate International Jazz Day.

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    Vocalist Ledisi is one of the artists featured on International Jazz Day from Australia, a concert special that premieres on PBS on Friday.

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    Organist Joey DeFrancesco recently earned a Grammy nomination for his album In The Key Of The Universe.

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    Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah is among the dozens of jazz stars who have performed as part of the “We Always Swing” jazz series in Columbia, Missouri.

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    On his new album, In The Moment, organist Pat Bianchi collaborates with numerous jazz heavyweights, including guitarist Pat Martino and vibraphonist Joe Locke.

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    Miguel Zenón received a Grammy nomination for his album Típico.

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    Anat Cohen (left) and the members of Trio Brasileiro—Douglas Lora, Dudu Maia and Alexandre Lora—collaborated on the Grammy-nominated album Rosa Dos Ventos (Anzic).

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    Randy Brecker (left), a Philadelphia native, performs at the first annual Philadelphia Jazz Festival, which ran from April 23–30.

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    Drummer Terri Lyne Carrington (left) leads her band at the venue Warmdaddy’s on April 24 as part of the inaugural Philadelphia Jazz Festival.

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    Billy Childs will release a new album for Mack Avenue Records on March 24.


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