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JOSEPH HENSON JAZZ PROJECT: "MUSIC FROM THE HEART"

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Featuring Joseph Henson on Saxophones, Neal Perrine on bass; Jay Ware on drums and Jon Werking on keyboards.

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Amherst Glebe Arts Response (AGAR) and Second Stage Amherst (SSA) present Joseph Henson Jazz Project in “Music from the Heart,” broadcasting virtually on Saturday, February 27, 2021, beginning at 6 pm. The link will be available from February 27 at 6 pm until March 26 at 11 pm. Hanson plans to play many of his original tunes aimed at cheering folks up during a mid-winter pandemic. Henson says, “The theme is Music from the Heart, meaning, the songs we'll play have a particular meaning for me personally. For example, my song “Freefall” was written to encourage people to come alongside anyone they know might need a friendly ear.”

Joseph Henson is director of Saxophone and Jazz Studies at Liberty University. From 1997-2018 Henson served as tenor saxophonist in The U.S. Army Blues Jazz Ensemble, based in Washington, DC, and was the Enlisted Musical Director from 2015-2018. During his tenure with the Blues, he shared the stage with many jazz legends including Dee Dee Bridgewater, Dr. Billie Taylor, Freddie Cole, and Chris Potter. Henson’s compositions and arrangements for the band, including "Things Ain’t What they Used To B " and "Live at Blues Alley" can be heard on several Army Blues recordings.


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