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Jack DeJohnette

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ShapeShifter Plus and The Bardavon present a series of concerts to celebrate jazz drummer Jack DeJohnette

The Roundtable

Jack DeJohnette is one of the greatest and most influential jazz drummers of all time and in celebration of his 80th birthday he will be doing a trio of concerts in Kingston and Woodstock to benefit the ShapeShifter Plus arts organization.

12mins

13 Sep 2022

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10 Reasons to Love...Modern Drumming Pioneer Jack DeJohnette

Drum Candy

Hosts Mike Dawson, Thomas Wendt, and David Throckmorton share 10 amazing recordings featuring modern drumming pioneer Jack DeJohnette

1hr 2mins

1 Jul 2022

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AWHY Music Feature: Jack DeJohnette

Are We Here Yet Podcast

We talk with Drummer, Jack DeJohnette. This was our first interview with Jack at the Newport jazz Festival. In Part 1 we talk about his 2012 NEA Jazz Master Award and his CD "Sound Travels".  In Part 2 we continue our chat. This time he talks more about the musicians on his CD "Sound Travels" and how he started out in the music business. Learn more about Jack DeJohnette @ www.jackdejohnette.com

29mins

1 Jul 2022

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Ralph Alessi (San Francisco,1963)trompetista, Brad Mehldau, Five trees y Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette

El PUERTO DEL JAZZ

Ralph Alessi (San Francisco,1963) es trompetista y compositor, es virtuoso muy valorado por la crítica conocido tambi´´en por su faceta educadora, en 2001 fundó la Escuela de Música de Improvisación en Brooklyn, ha enseñado en la Eastman School of Music, en la Universidad de Nevada, entre otras. Se crió en una familia de músicos, comenzó como músico clásico y actuó con la Sinfónica y la Ópera de San Francisco, en su adolescencia. Más tarde asistió al Instituto de las Artes de California, estudiando con Charlie Haden conociendo en ésta al que será su gran amigo y compañero Raví Coltrane, Jazz Times describe este vinculo musical como "podría decirse que se está convirtiendo en una de las mejores relaciones actuales entre trompeta/tenor", hoy lo escuchamos en “Station Wagon Trip” [Wiry Strong – 2011], “I Go, You Go” [Baida – 2013] y “Fun Room” [Imaginary Friends – 2019]. La segunda parte comienza con el ultimo trabajo del pianista Brad Mehldau “Tom Sawyer” [Jacob's Ladder – 2022] seguimos con un gran quinteto producido por el vibrafonista Arturo Serra, Jerry Bergonzi, Juan Galiardo, Dave Santoro y Andrea Michelutti Five trees “Follow the dreams” [Five trees – 2016] y finalizamos con un proyecto largamente esperado y premiado con un grammy Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette “Silver Hollow” [Skyline – 2021].

58mins

4 May 2022

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The Jack DeJohnette Interview Set II

The Jake Feinberg Show

Acclaimed drummer, pianist and band leader talks about his career on the bandstand. 

39mins

11 Aug 2021

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Deep Focus

How many drummers can you name who changed the whole conversation, just with their playing? Like, to the point that they became the North Star for the next generation or two? How many of those were also great bandleaders, and maybe even solid composers? It’s a short list by anybody’s count but one name you are probably already thinking of is Jack DeJohnette. Drummer Pheeroan Aklaff joins Mitch Goldman in putting DeJohnette in Deep Focus. Mitch, of course, has some dazzling live music from the archives that you’ve probably never heard. DeJohnette's band Special Edition is ripe for rediscovery. #WKCR #DeepFocus #MitchGoldman #PheeroanakLaff #JackDeJohnette #JazzRadio #JazzInterview #JazzPodcast Photo credit: Roberto Masotti

1hr

5 Jun 2021

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Deep Focus

How many drummers can you name who changed the whole conversation, just with their playing? Like, to the point that they became the North Star for the next generation or two? How many of those were also great bandleaders, and maybe even solid composers? It’s a short list by anybody’s count but one name you are probably already thinking of is Jack DeJohnette. Drummer Pheeroan Aklaff joins Mitch Goldman in putting DeJohnette in Deep Focus. Mitch, of course, has some dazzling live music from the archives that you’ve probably never heard. DeJohnette's band Special Edition is ripe for rediscovery. #WKCR #DeepFocus #MitchGoldman #PheeroanakLaff #JackDeJohnette #JazzRadio #JazzInterview #JazzPodcast Photo credit: Roberto Masotti

57mins

3 Jun 2021

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2019.11.25 Pheeroan akLaff on Jack DeJohnette 1 of 3

Deep Focus

How many drummers can you name who changed the whole conversation, just with their playing? Like, to the point that they became the North Star for the next generation or two? How many of those were also great bandleaders, and maybe even solid composers? It’s a short list by anybody’s count but one name you are probably already thinking of is Jack DeJohnette. This Monday, drummer Pheeroan Aklaff joins Mitch Goldman in putting DeJohnette in Deep Focus. Mitch, of course, has some dazzling live music from the archives that you’ve probably never heard. DeJohnette's band Special Edition is ripe for rediscovery. #WKCR #DeepFocus #MitchGoldman #PheeroanakLaff #JackDeJohnette #JazzRadio #JazzInterview #JazzPodcast Photo credit: Roberto Masotti

53mins

1 Jun 2021

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Notes From The Field With Jack DeJohnette

The Jake Feinberg Show

Hosted By Michael Shrieve 

34mins

3 Oct 2020

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The Jack DeJohnette Interview

The Jake Feinberg Show

When I tell my friends that I'm interviewing Jack DeJohnette everyone has their own image. For drummers they might Identify with technique and musicality, for avid fans it might conjure associations with Miles Davis, Joe Henderson and the ECM label. For this host Jack DeJohnette represents a titan of humanity who was one of the leaders of a revolution in music and sociology. He was talented enough to play with major figures and emotionally connected to the individual and the music. This was coupled by the institutions of music who embodied the true essence of art.What I admire most about Jack is his ability to come in to a session of lesser known but equally talented cats and make everyone feel comfortable and swing the band. This combination enhanced countless sessions and made for a more accessible and tolerant atmosphere. In summation: don't resent those who are not as strong but enhance the social paradigm by sharing your genius. Jack DeJohnette welcome to the JFS.

1hr 15mins

29 Jun 2020

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