All-Star Band Hudson To Release Album, Tour North America

All-Star Band Hudson To Release Album, Tour North America

20/02/2017

The new band Hudson includes four of the most acclaimed musicians in jazz: drummer Jack DeJohnette, bassist Larry Grenadier, keyboardist John Medeski and guitarist John Scofield. The quartet recently recorded a studio album that is slated for release this summer. The band takes its name from the Hudson Valley area in New York state, where each of these musicians resides. The members of Hudson originally came together in 2014 to perform at the Woodstock Jazz Festival. “There is a kindred spirit in the Hudson Valley,” DeJohnette said. “There are many musicians who live in the area who represent a variety of genres. In recent years, we have only been able to collaborate locally on occasion due to our individual musical obligations, but the fact remains that there’s a common language that we all speak—something that emerges from our shared environment and our shared surroundings.” Learn more at Downbeat.com

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