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  • Jack DeJohnette
    compositions as well as reinterpretations of compositions recorded with earlier bands and projects Jack New date at St Cecilia Music Center Grand Rapids and New Orleans Jazz Festival Join DeJohnette Coltrane Garrison April 21st at Royce Auditorium in Grand Rapids MI Get your ticket here New more dates Tap dancing marvel Savion Glover shares the stage with Marshall Davis Jr and Jack DeJohnette Get ready for Glover and DeJohnette to

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  • Performances Jack DeJohnette
    Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese The Spring Quartet Ruby Diamond Concert Hall Tallahassee USA Thu Feb 13 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese McCarter Theatre Princeton NJ USA Sat Feb 15 2014 DeJohnette Lovano Spalding and Genovese Quartet Chicago Symphony Orchestra Chicago USA Sun Feb 16 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese The Spring Quartet Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts Detroit MI USA Tue Feb 18 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese The Spring Quartet Lobero Theatre Santa Barbara USA Wed Feb 19 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese The Spring Quartet SFJAZZ Center San Francisco USA Fri Feb 21 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese The Spring Quartet Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts Davis USA Sat Feb 22 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese The Spring Quartet Royce Hall UCLA Los Angeles USA Sun Feb 23 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese Newmark Theater Portland OR USA Thu Feb 27 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese Massey Hall Toronto ON CANADA Fri Feb 28 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese The Spring Quartet Rose Hall New York USA Sat Mar 01 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese Rose Hall New York NY USA Mon Mar 03 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese Flynn Theatre Burlington VT USA Tue Mar 04 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese Spaulding Auditorium Hanover NH USA Thu Mar 06 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese Sanders Theatre Harvard University Cambridge MA USA Fri Mar 21 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese La Filature Mulhouse France Fri Mar 21 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese The Spring Quartet La Filature Mulhouse France Sat Mar 22 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese Theatre Simone Signoret Conflans Ste Honorine France Sat Mar 22 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese The Spring Quartet Theatre Simone Signoret Conflans Ste Honorine France Mon Mar 24 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese The Spring Quartet Muziekgebouw Amsterdam Netherlands Wed Mar 26 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese The Spring Quartet De Bijloke Muziekcentrum Gent Gent Belgium Thu Mar 27 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese The Spring Quartet Burghausen Jazz Week Burghausen Germany Sat Mar 29 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese The Spring Quartet Festival Jazz a L Etage Rennes France Mon Mar 31 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese The Spring Quartet Kulturzentrum Kammgarn Kaiserslautern Germany Tue Apr 01 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese The Spring Quartet Burgerhaus Backnang Backnang Germany Fri Apr 04 2014 Jack DeJohnette Joe Lovano Esperanza Spalding Leo Genovese The Spring Quartet Town Hall Birmighan UK Sat Apr 05 2014 Jack DeJohnette

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  • Audio Jack DeJohnette
    News Performances Audio Video Gallery Profile Set Up Shop Sign Up Contact Audio Special Edition Sound Travels The Elephant Sleeps But Still Remembers Music We Are 2016 Jack DeJohnette All

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  • Video Jack DeJohnette
    Up Shop Sign Up Contact Video Return NEA Jazzmasters Video Sound Travels Explorations of a Sould Traveler Keith Jarrett Trio Drum Solo At PASIC 2009 Three Wrong Notes With Stanley Clarke and Chick Corea Newport Jazz Festival Artist Insights Miles

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  • Gallery Jack DeJohnette
    Home News Performances Audio Video Gallery Profile Set Up Shop Sign Up Contact Gallery Personal Professional 2016 Jack DeJohnette All Rights Reserved

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  • Profile Jack DeJohnette
    Heard in 1970 then switched to Prestige where he released Sorcery in 1974 and Cosmic Chicken in 1975 The mid 1970s were marked by a series of short lived groups and projects many of them leaning toward the experimental side of jazz including The Gateway Trio featuring Dave Holland and John Abercrombie Directions with Abercrombie and saxophonist Alex Foster and New Directions Abercrombie with Eddie Gomez on bass Special Edition which helped launch the careers of little known musicians like David Murray Arthur Blythe Chico Freeman John Purcell and Rufus Reid remained active into the 1990s although the project was frequently interrupted by DeJohnette s various other collaborative ventures especially recordings and tours with Keith Jarrett DeJohnette has worked extensively with Jarrett as part of a longstanding trio with Gary Peacock The threesome will celebrate its 30th anniversary in 2013 Another of DeJohnette s high profile projects in the early 1990s was a touring quartet consisting of himself Holland Herbie Hancock and Pat Metheny In 1992 the group released Music for a Fifth World an album inspired by Native American culture that also included appearances by Vernon Reid and John Scofield Given the diversity of players and styles that he had embraced by this point DeJohnette was already describing his music in the 90s as multidimensional In 2004 DeJohnette recorded and toured with two Grammy nominated projects Out of Towners with Jarrett and Peacock aka the Standards Trio and Ivey Divey which featured Don Byron and Jason Moran He continued to work with Jarrett and Peacock in 2005 but also launched numerous additional ventures that same year the first of which was the Latin Project a combo that consisted of percussionists Giovanni Hidalgo and Luisito Quintero reedman Don Byron pianist Edsel Gomez and bassist Jerome Harris Other projects in 2005 included The Jack DeJohnette Quartet featuring Danilo Perez John Patitucci and Harris and the Beyond Trio a group that celebrated the music of drummer Tony Williams featuring John Scofield and Larry Goldings And if that weren t enough to make for a busy year 2005 also marked the launch of DeJohnette s own imprint Golden Beams Productions His first two projects on the new label were Music from the Hearts of the Masters a duet recording with Gambian kora player Foday Musa Suso and a relaxation and meditation album entitled Music in the Key of Om featuring DeJohnette on synthesizer and resonating bells The latter recording was nominated for a Grammy in the Best New Age Album category He closed 2005 with the release of Hybrids a seamless weave of African jazz reggae and dance music that featured Foday Musa Suso and an international cast representing musical styles from around the world Two live recordings emerged in 2006 The Elephant Sleeps But Still Remembers Golden Beams which captured his first musical encounter with guitarist Bill Frisell at the Earshot Festival in Seattle in 2001 and Saudades ECM a 2004 London concert celebrating the music of Tony Williams DeJohnette and Frisell

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  • Set Up Jack DeJohnette
    as above except I have an 18 and 16 bass drum The 16 I use because the sound is more compact I also have a Sonor Delite kit that comes out once in awhile and I have fun with it For travelling I usually play either the Designer or the Delite set that s whats in my rider but sometimes I have to be flexible though I use the Sonor bass drum pedals Drumheads Aquarian Jack DeJohnette signature series they are black coated on top I find that when I play the snare it gets an especially nice texture when using brushes For the bottom heads I use Aquarian High Frequency clear heads For the way I tune my kit this combination really projects the pitches in a way that works well for me and the way I hear For the Bass drum I use my own signature Aquarian black head on the batter side and a clear head on the front for the same reason as above I like the sound with both heads on not with a hole in it I do like to mute the batter head with a cloth and gaffers tape so that I still get a definite tone but not a lot of ringing overtones I do this because playing halls and outdoor concerts you need to have a tighter bass drum sound without ringing it s good for the ensemble and the hall sound It s also better for the sound engineers to work with I play a variety of venues not with the most desirable acoustics and I try to adapt my playing for the various situations The priority being the overall sound of the group and the venue sound for the audience If the drums are too loud it can destroy everything I am really grateful because I get to work with the best sound engineers they are a major key in that Cymbals I have been with Sabian cymbals for a long time as well it has been a great association and I am grateful that I am able to work closely with them in a design context which has enabled me to develop some lines that I have always wanted to and that still continues to this day My current set up is 22 Jack DeJohnette Encore Series Flat Ride 22 JD Encore China Ride Crash The rest are prototypes 22 mini bell ride this is a wetter ride not as dry as my previous lines more of a mainstream cymbal 18 17 and 16 Crashes I call them smooth crashes They will be coming out as the Vault series Also I play 14 High Hats that will be coming out as well they will have a crisp smooth sound Recently I designed a line of Resonating Bells you can hear them on my CD Music in the Key of Om and also on Alice Coltranes Translinear Light They are more specialized they don t work in every situation

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  • Sign Up Jack DeJohnette
    Set Up Shop Sign Up Contact Sign Up Fill out the form below to signup to our blog newsletter and we ll drop you a line when new articles come up Our strict privacy policy keeps your email address 100

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