Van Gelder Studio - Joey DeFrancesco

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Popular Virtual Music Series 'Live from Van Gelder Studio' Announces Second Show and Stellar Line-Up May 15th and 16th event headlined by Joey DeFrancesco, the undisputed king of the Hammond B-3 organ in jazz today; special guest appearance by the legendary Houston Person; Exclusive behind the scenes content available for advanced ticket holders. April 15th, 2021 - - The legendary Rudy Van Gelder Studio, the recording studio home to hundreds of jazz icons from John Coltrane to Herbie Hancock today announced the lineup and date for its second virtual music concert. Live from Van Gelder Studio will take place on May 15th at 9PM EDT with live re-streams on May 16th at 8:00 pm JST for Asian markets and 8:00 pm CEST for European markets. All events will stream directly from www.VanGelder.live. Tickets can be purchased from the site starting today for $15. The second show, which is part of a multi-part immersive music series that debuted in late 2020 to critical acclaim, will feature legendary jazz organist, Joey DeFrancesco. Performing alongside DeFrancesco will be Billy Hart on drums and Peter Bernstein on guitar. Hart, who has graced the stage for over 60 years, has performed with Miles Davis, Otis Reding, Sam and Dave, Shirley Horn, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock and Stan Getz. Bernstein has deep experience in organ-settings with Dr. Lonnie Smith, Melvin Rhyne and Larry Goldings.

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