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New Album: Subtle Disguise

Joe Locke - Subtle Disguise

With Jim Ridl, Lorin Cohen, Samvel Sarkisyan – plus special guests Raul Midón, David Binney, Adam Rogers and Alina Engibaryan

Subtle Disguise is a crowning achievement from a certified vibraphone master.”

Brian Zimmerman, Jazziz Magazine

Blending the personal, the political, and the poetic into an artfully assembled package, Locke makes a profound statement about our times.”

Dan Bilawsky, All About Jazz

Upcoming live performances

You can catch Joe with his “Subtle Disguise” project LIVE at the Saratoga Jazz Festival, NY (June 29), at The Side Door Jazz Club, Old Lyme, CT (July 6) and at the Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society in Half Moon Bay, CA (July 14).

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Joe Locke wins 2019 JJA Mallet Instrumentalist of the Year award

2019 JJA ‘Mallets Instrumentalist of the Year’ Award

Joe Locke is thrilled to receive his sixth ‘Mallets Instrumentalist of the Year’ award by the Jazz Journalists Association (JJA).

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Live at the Jazz Standard

Presenting his latest release ‘Subtle Disguise’, the ever-inventive vibes master’s tight-knit quartet is joined by special guests Adam Rogers and Raul Midón. April 30 + May 1 Book Now!

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Q&A with Vibraphonist Joe Locke: Between the Heart and Mind

Feature interview in JAZZIZ Magazine: “Locke’s facility with disparate styles owes to his upbringing. A child of the ‘70s and the son of educators, he was exposed to art that ranged from high-brow to pop – listening to both Brahms and B.B. King and reading everything from Romantic poetry to Rolling Stone.”

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‘Who Killed Davey Moore?’ music video

Jazziz Magazine proudly premiere Joe Locke’s new music video –  “Who Killed Davey Moore?” by Bob Dylan. The song tells the story of the championship fight between Moore and Sugar Ramos on March 21, 1963, which would result in Moore’s death. Locke’s version, featuring guest artist Raul Midon on vocals, manages to retain the pointed […]

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Joe Locke - Subtle Disguise

Joe discovers his Lingua Franca with ‘Subtle Disguise’

On his newest release, Subtle Disguise (available November 16), Joe Locke integrates two main impulses into one recording: a vernacular which connects with people’s core, and his continued challenging of himself as a player, writer and arranger.

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