To my forever Soulmate

To my forever Soulmate, 💞  What a privilege to be by your side for 50 loving years, sharing in the Joy of Creating as you so beautifully and passionately kept the music fires burning bright. I will proudly have a song in my heart forever for you, my precious one. As we said non-stop to each other every day,   Te Amo Siempre …

Message from Chick: Peter Shukat

Peter Shukat

Chick’s friend and music attorney of many years passed on Saturday. Peter was in the corner of the world’s greatest artists, representing Miles Davis, John Lennon & Yoko Ono, Jimi Hendrix, John Coltrane, Bob Marley and so many others.

Chick Honors Herbie Hancock at White House Celebration

Chick and Wayne Shorter

Chick honored his longtime friend and musical compatriot Herbie Hancock as Herbie received the prestigious Kennedy Center Honor. Chick played with an all-star band, including Wayne Shorter, Jack DeJohnette and Dave Holland.

Chick Joins Stevie Wonder Onstage for Benefit in LA

Stevie Wonder and Herbie Hancock

Chick joined Stevie Wonder onstage in Los Angeles to play “Contusion,” from Stevie’s classic album Songs in the Key of Life. The three-hour concert also featured Herbie Hancock, John Mayer and many more.

You’ve got tickets to see Chick & Wynton Marsalis…

Chick Corea & Wynton Marsalis

STARTING TONIGHT Chick & Wynton Marsalis Live! 3 FREE Live Concerts Streamed Direct from Jazz at Lincoln Center: May 16, 17 & 18 Watch it all here as Chick joins Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, featuring highly original new arrangements of the classic Chick Corea songbook. 16 May at 8pm EST – Set Reminder! 17 May …

fun. Thanks Chick at the 55th Grammy Awards [video]

At the 55th Grammy Awards — where Chick picked up 2 awards, for Best Instrumental Composition and Best Improvised Jazz Solo — the band fun., in their acceptance speech for Song of the Year, took a moment to thank Chick! Watch the video now!

Chick Previews the Vigil Setlist [New Album + Tour 2013]

Chick Corea & The Vigil

Chick Corea asked: which songs do you want to hear The Vigil play? Chick’s got a stack of new compositions for his brand-new band, including a new studio album. For live performances, the band will also play some Corea Classics. Here, Chick gives you a preview! Chick Corea & The Vigil: Chick Corea – keyboards Tim Garland – saxophone Charles …

Chick & Gary Burton Thank-You Cam at the 2013 Grammys

Chick and Gary Burton take a turn on the Thank-You Cam, backstage at the 2013 Grammy Awards! Chick & Gary Burton are winners this year for their album Hot House: Best Instrumental Composition, “Mozart Goes Dancing” Best Improvised Jazz Solo, “Hot House”

UPDATE: Chick Earns 2 Awards at 2013 Grammy Award Ceremony

[UPDATE:] Chick took home 2 Grammy Awards at the pre-telecast ceremony this evening! Best Instrumental Composotion, “Mozart Goes Dancing” (from Hot House with Gary Burton) Best Improvised Jazz Solo, “Hot House” (from Hot House with Gary Burton) Chick will be performing at the Grammys®! Catch Chick on the Grammy telecast, with Stanley Clarke and Kenny Garrett, in honor of Dave …

Chick Nominated for 5 Grammy Awards!

Further Explorations and Hot House

Capping a year of stellar music, Chick is now up for five Grammy© Awards! The details: Best Improvised Jazz Solo “Hot House” – Gary Burton & Chick Corea, soloists “Alice in Wonderland” – Chick Corea, soloist Best Jazz Instrumental Album Further Explorations – Chick Corea, Eddie Gomez & Paul Motian Hot House – Chick Corea & Gary Burton Best Instrumental …

Businessweek: Chick’s Residency at the Blue Note

Bloomberg Businessweek talked to Chick this week as he approaches the halfway point of his month-long Birthday Bash at the Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City. After kicking off with Return to Forever Unplugged and the Five Peace Band, Chick this week welcomes a first for the Blue Note: the Harlem String Quartet will join him, with longtime …

New York Times: “The Chameleon of Jazz”

The New York Times ran a spotlight on Chick and his Birthday Bash at the Blue Note this month — including two nights with Return to Forever, Unplugged — this ran on the cover of the Arts section yesterday! “His career is among the most kaleidoscopic in jazz.” — NYT