Two Grammys for Hot House

At the 55th Annual Grammy Awards in February, Chick & Gary Burton took home two statues for their acclaimed 2012 duet album, Hot House.

Remarkably, these were Chick's 19th and 20th Grammy awards!

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Chick Corea & Gary Burton

Chick & Gary Burton

Chick Corea & The Vigil: Group

Chick Corea & The Vigil

The Vigil

Chick assembled a hard-charging lineup of primarily young guns to form The Vigil, his latest touring and recording powerhouse.

After recording the debut The Vigil in February — released to overwhelming critical acclaim in June — Chick and the band embarked on an extensive world tour full of packed houses.

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Chick Corea & Stanley Clarke

A week-long run of shows at Catalina's in April featured more than a dozen esteemed guests — including Herbie Hancock — and led to an unprecedented piano-and-bass duo tour of Japan in June.

Chick and Stanley enjoyed the format so much that they've lined up a full tour starting in Summer 2014.

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Chick Corea & Stanley Clarke

Chick Corea & Stanley Clarke Duet

Chick Corea & Wynton Marsalis

Chick Corea & Wynton Marsalis

Chick Corea Week at Jazz at Lincoln Center

May saw the astounding spectacle of Chick's week of performances and curated shows at the venerable Jazz at Lincoln Center.

Chick teamed with Wynton Marsalis and the JALC Orchestra for three nights of newly-arranged Corea classics, plus the debut of a new composition written for the MIT Jazz Ensemble.

Chick also hand-selected artists to play throughout JALC, including young piano stars Beka Gochiashvili and Gadi Lehavi; Elio Villafrance; Edsel Gomez; Henry Cole, and more.

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Chick and Wayne Shorter

Chick and Wayne Shorter

Ending the Year with a Bang ...

Chick closed out 2013 by honoring his friend and musical compatriot Herbie Hancock, as Herbie received the prestigious Kennedy Center Honor at a star-studded event in Washington, DC, in front of an audience that included President Obama and the First Lady — plus fellow honorees Carlos Santana, Billy Joel, Shirley MacLaine and Martina Arroyo. Herbie was blown away as Chick and an all-star band (including Dave Holland, Jack DeJohnette, Wayne Shorter and Terence Blanchard) played a killin' version of "Walkin'."

Just days later, Chick joined his longtime friend Stevie Wonder in LA, where Stevie recreated his timeless album Songs in the Key of Life in a concert packed wall-to-wall with musical stars, benefitting the charity House Full of Toys. Chick was invited to sit-in on Stevie's fantastic fusion instrumental "Contusion," (reminiscent of Chick's Return to Forever innovations). The standing-room crowd at the Nokia Center rocked to the full album for three hours straight, thanks to guests Herbie Hancock, John Mayer, Esperanza Spalding, India.Arie, and many from the original album personnel, including keyboardist Greg Phillinganes.