David Deacon-Joyner and his Jazz Trio

David Deacon-Joyner has enjoyed a long career as a pianist, composer/arranger, educator, and American music scholar, performing and lecturing throughout the United States and the world. David recently retired from a thirty-five year career as a professor of jazz studies, including teaching for the prestigious jazz program at the University of North Texas and at Pacific Lutheran University. His textbook, American Popular Music, published by McGraw-Hill has been in print for twenty-six years. From singing jingles to playing in jazz clubs in Melbourne and Madrid, from composing choral works to writing music for jazz big bands, David is at home in any musical setting. David's jazz trio presentations include fresh arrangements of classics from the Great American Songbook as well as his own original compositions. David will be joined by his "A" team, bassist Clipper Anderson and drummer Mark Ivester. Learn more about David at his website, www.ddjmusicservices.com.

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