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Joe "Sonny" Barbato

Joe "Sonny" Barbato is a pioneering voice in jazz accordion. He is one of Boston's finest musicians, which is evident on Sonny's exhilarating, charming and fresh new release "Crackerjack." As an established sideman in New York City and Boston, "Crackerjack" represents Joe's first time out as leader. Born and raised in Boston, MA, at nine years of age Joe began taking weekly lessons with accordion master Louis Bregoli. Sonny played the accordion until he was about thirteen years old, and then decided to begin studying the piano instead. He studied with jazz pianist Mike Marra and later attended Berklee College of Music, as well as the New England Conservatory

Album

Wisdom Path

Label: Corona Music
Released: 2021
Track listing: The Journey; Poetic Prophets; Mystery Man; Pandemic; Wisdom Path; Candle Kites; Smoky Sanctuary; Ode to Shehan; Maeklong Railway; Reunion; Promise

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Joe "Sonny" Barbato: Crackerjack

Read "Crackerjack" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Il fisarmonicista americano Joe “Sonny” Barbato, sideman per artisti come Kenny Barron, Bobby Previte, Joe Locke e Jerry Bergonzi, si presenta qui con il primo lavoro da leader, nel quale raccoglie brani registrati con formazioni diverse: quintetto con piano, quintetto con chitarra, sestetto con tromba e sax soprano, duo con chitarra. Le composizioni - a parte ...

Album

Crackerjack

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2006


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