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Join Homer Jackson of Phila Jazz Project

  Join Philadelphia Jazz Project’s Homer Jackson as he participates in two upcoming online dialogues. The first, happens on Wednesday, January 27th, 2021 at 7pm is entitled, "Asses In Seats" and is a new weekly podcast presented by Tri State Indie on Instagram, hosted by PJP’s marketing consultant, music promoter and all around   Read More....

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Mysterious Traveler Mixtape #3

In early 2014, Leo Gadson of Producers Guild, Adam Feldman of the Free Library of Philadelphia and Homer Jackson of the Philadelphia Jazz Project met to discuss a new concert series. It was called the Mysterious Traveler Concert Series. The series presented monthly concerts from September through May, showcasing young and not so young,   Read More....

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On my first record with him, I used no notes, just sound... I never played as powerfully as I did with Sunny Murray... he plays pulse, not beats.
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