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    Watch: Joshua Redman, Still Dreaming Perform on NPR's "Jazz Night in America"
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    Saxophonist Joshua Redman’s Still Dreaming, a quartet with trumpeter Ron Miles, bassist Scott Colley, and drummer Brian Blade, performed four sets over two nights at the Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City earlier this year. You can now watch one of those performances in its entirety, as well as interviews with Redman and the band, courtesy of NPR’s Jazz Night In America, below.

    Still Dreaming, which the Boston Globe calls an “all-star unit in its own right,” was formed in homage to the late Dewey Redman, Joshua’s father, and his role in the classic Ornette Coleman alumni quartet Old and New Dreams. The New Yorker says that Joshua Redman has “convened a quartet in honor of the former band, combining three players equally attuned to controlled free improvisation.”

    Redman takes Still Dreaming back on the road for a handful of European dates in August. Tickets are available at nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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Watch: Joshua Redman, Still Dreaming Perform on NPR's "Jazz Night in America"

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Saxophonist Joshua Redman’s Still Dreaming, a quartet with trumpeter Ron Miles, bassist Scott Colley, and drummer Brian Blade—a tribute to the late Dewey Redman and his role in the classic Ornette Coleman alumni quartet Old and New Dreams—performed at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City earlier this year. You can now watch a full performance, as well as interviews with Redman and the band, for NPR’s Jazz Night In America, here.

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Saxophonist Joshua Redman’s Still Dreaming, a quartet with trumpeter Ron Miles, bassist Scott Colley, and drummer Brian Blade, performed four sets over two nights at the Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City earlier this year. You can now watch one of those performances in its entirety, as well as interviews with Redman and the band, courtesy of NPR’s Jazz Night In America, below.

Still Dreaming, which the Boston Globe calls an “all-star unit in its own right,” was formed in homage to the late Dewey Redman, Joshua’s father, and his role in the classic Ornette Coleman alumni quartet Old and New Dreams. The New Yorker says that Joshua Redman has “convened a quartet in honor of the former band, combining three players equally attuned to controlled free improvisation.”

Redman takes Still Dreaming back on the road for a handful of European dates in August. Tickets are available at nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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