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Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey - with Jeremy and Dermel Warren!

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To have both Jeremy Warren and his talented spouse on the show is thrilling.  First, I'm happy that Jeremy can be ANYWHERE.  During his childhood in North Little Rock, Arkansas, this extraordinary drummer was immersed in the music that enveloped his home.  It was not only his Mother's organ/piano skills in Church - it was the vibe of multiple genres that fueled his path.  That music must have helped him when he was diagnosed with Stevens-Johnson Syndrome.  This is a rare and sometimes fatal condition that affects skin and mucous membranes.  In Jeremy's case, it also involved several corneal transplants.  He just had another operation recently!  We are so thankful that he is all right and has such tremendous faith about the future.  

Jeremy graduated from high school in 2003 and received a full scholarship to the University of Memphis.  There, he thrived.  Not only with two degrees in Jazz Studies and Music Education - but his experience as band leader on Beale Street seemed like divine intervention.  Between the musicianship that he encountered and his journey as elementary school teacher, he was ready for anything.

ANYTHING was a move in 2013 - to attend New York University.  There, he received his Masters and the keys to the city.  Not literally - but he might as well have :)  Word was out about this fluid, fearless, and deeply spiritual musician.  Deanna Martin saw something special - so did John Scofield.  Lenny Pickett and Andy Milne also - they are ON "I Can Do All Things" - Jeremy's debut project.  One that he shares with Dermel - whose vocalizations and writing mesh perfectly with the hopeful message of this refreshing album.

We're starting the show at TWO p.m. Eastern on 6/16.  Our guests arrive at three - we'll be grateful for their POSITIVITY!

 

 

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