[JPL] This week on The Jazz Session: Jack DeJonette & Deric Dickens!

Jason Crane | The Jazz Session jason at thejazzsession.com
Thu Jan 12 14:06:05 EST 2012

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Jan. 12, 2012

Hello friends!

Please Come To My New Poetry Series In Brooklyn: I'm running a poetry 
series (open mic + featured poet) on the fourth Thursday of every month 
at the Green Fig Cafe on 36th St between 4th and 5th Ave in Brooklyn. It 
starts at 7. No fee but we'll pass the hat to pay the featured poet. 
Bring a poem and come on by! First one is January 26th. I'll be the 
feature, because it turns out it's tough to get folks in January.

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on podcasting and "telling your story" at the JazzTimes DIY Crash 
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Peace, love and jazz,



TJS #336: Jack DeJohnette. Jack DeJohnette’s new album is Sound  Travels 
(Golden Beams/eOne, 2012). In this interview, DeJohnette talks about the 
next phase of his storied career; his induction as a 2012 NEA Jazz 
Master; and the multiple projects he’s taking to the Newport Jazz 
Festival this summer. LISTEN: http://bit.ly/xAsTEH

TJS #337: Deric Dickens. Drummer Deric Dickens’ debut CD is Speed Date, 
a series of duets with Matt Wilson, Ben Cohen, Jon Crowley, Kirk 
Knuffke, Jeff Lederer and Jeremy Udden. In this interview, Dickens talks 
about the DIY philosophy underlying the album; the sound of the drums 
(including a demonstration on the ride cymbal); and why he left a 
comfortable position as a band director to pursue a life as a 
professional jazz musician.  LISTEN: http://bit.ly/zJQ5eG


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