Jackson is excited to perform with his former bandmate and Ottawa jazz bassist John Geggie, in a special, intimate concert at the 45-seat “GigSpace”, featuring solo piano originals, as well as some duos with Geggie as his special guest. The concert takes place on Fri. May 19th, 2017 at 7:30 pm. More info/tix available here: http://gigspaceottawa.com/d-d-jackson-john-geggie/
Jackson will be the special guest of the Highlights Concert of the Ottawa Kiwanis Music Festival, performing solo piano. The concert will take place May 18th at Algonquin Commons Theatre, 1385 Woodroffe Ave., Building E, Ottawa, ON, with ticket info available here: http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1482985
DAVID MURRAY and CLASS STRUGGLE:
David Murray (saxophone) Craig Harris (trombone Fri & Sat) Mingus Murray (guitar) D. D. Jackson (piano) Rashaan Carter (bass) Russell Carter (drums)
A live presentation of some of my work for children's television as part of the South Orange Maplewood Film Festival, including a live, improvised song (with audience suggestions) to be performed with Chicago City Limits veteran and co-writer Carl Kissin [SOLD OUT].
Blues People Festival International in Newark, NJ, with: myself - leader/pianist/composer; Vince Ector on drums and Mark Peterson on bass.
Nico's Kitchen at NJPAC, 1 Center Street, Newark, NJ on Sunday, Dec. 4th at 12 noon (2 sets).
Performance with ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF CREATIVE MUSICIANS
New York City Chapter, Inc.
51 Years of Artistic Dedication
AACM Concert Series 2016
MUHAL RICHARD ABRAMS TRIO
Dr. Muhal Richard Abrams - piano
Tom Chiu - violin
Meaghan Burke - cello
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Hamiet Bluiett - baritone saxophone
D.D. Jackson - piano
James Brandon Lewis - tenor saxophone
Reggie Nicholson - drums
Luke Stewart - bass
EVENTS HELD AT:
The Community Church of New York
40 East 35th Street, NYC (Bet. Madison & Park Ave.)
General Admission - $30.00
Senior Citizens/Students - $15.00 w/Valid I.D.
Purchase a Concert Series Pass
"For the first time ever together on the same stage! Jazz giants Kidd Jordan, Hamiett Bluiett, Oliver Lake, D.D. Jackson, and Marlon Jordan! These masters will join Columbus's own Jazz Poetry Ensemble in a legendary performance honoring late civil rights activist Kate Schulte."