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  1. 28.08.2022. (1 Wo.) Joseph Arthur Chambers (* 25. Juni 1942 in Stoneacre, Virginia) ist ein US-amerikanischer Jazz -Schlagzeuger. Er gehörte zu einer Gruppe von Jazz-Musikern, die in den 1960er Jahren eine Vielzahl von wegweisenden Jazz-Alben, vor allem bei Blue Note Records, aufnahmen.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Joe_ChambersJoe Chambers - Wikipedia

    Joe Chambers (born June 25, 1942) is an American jazz drummer, pianist, vibraphonist and composer. He attended the Philadelphia Conservatory for one year. In the 1960s and 1970s, Chambers gigged with many high-profile artists such as Eric Dolphy, Charles Mingus, Wayne Shorter, and Chick Corea.

  3. 30. Sept. 2022 · Photo: Courtesy of Musicians Hall of Fame. Joe Chambers, who founded The Musicians Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville, died on Sept. 28. Prior to becoming CEO of the multi-million-dollar museum, Chambers was a guitarist, record producer and songwriter on Music Row.

  4. 15. Jan. 2021 · January 15, 2021. On February 26, the venerated multi-instrumentalist and composer Joe Chambers will release Samba de Maracatu, a notable Blue Note Records return for a significant figure in the label’s history.

  5. 4. Okt. 2022 · Opened in 2006 and facing significant adversity in its early years, the Musicians Hall of Fame is now a Nashville institution. Joe Chambers was a musician himself, and a connoisseur of important instruments from the start. Originally from Georgia, he came to Nashville in 1978 as a member of a rock and roll band.

  6. 11. Apr. 2019 · An in-demand sideman for everyone from Wayne Shorter to Donald Byrd, drummer Joe Chambers recorded some of his greatest work for Blue Note in the 60s. Published on. April 11, 2019. By. Charles...

  7. 7. Dez. 2022 · Drummer, percussionist, vibraphonist, composer, and Blue Note legend Joe Chambers returns with the February 3 release of Dance Kobina, his third Blue Note album as a leader and one that...