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Dizzy’s Club July 29-31

Joe returns to Dizzy’s to revisit his celebrated partnership with the great vocalist Kenny Washington. Joe and Kenny have previously explored the music of Henry Mancini, Johnny Mandel, Ennio Morricone and others. This time they dip into the well of the pop and soul lexicon, as well as some classics from the Great American Songbook. […]

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Joe Locke & Kenny Washington

POP! ROCK! SOUL! at Keystone Korner Baltimore July 22-24

The more I do this, the more I realize what a privilege it is to do it – to be in community with others and make a joyful noise with gifted co-conspirators. Please join us for the celebration at one of these great East Coast venues. We’ll be playing music from my upcoming new release, […]

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Landslide

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Joe Locke & Phil Markowitz in Conversation

On the day of the digital release of their 1983 album “Live In Front of the Silver Screen”, Joe Locke and Phil Markowitz compare notes and revisit the origin of their landmark early-career recording, speak to guests and share how much this timeless record still means to them today. “Live In Front of the Silver […]

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Subtle Disguise – Streamed Concert

Joe, Jim Ridl, Lorin Cohen and Samvel Sarkisyan recently recorded an energy-infused set for South Florida JAZZ, which we’re proud to present as a streamed broadcast. Please stick around afterwards as the band will be available for a live Q&A to discuss the music and more. Saturday, 20 Feb, 8:00pm EST If you’re in a […]

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Watchtower / Breathe

On the eve of a crucial election in the USA, Joe Locke looks at Bob Dylan’s lyrics as a metaphor for the state of racial justice in 2020. “I was sitting at the piano not long ago, toying with Bob Dylan’s ‘All Along The Watchtower’ when I began singing a new set of lyrics as if […]

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