Joshua Redman

North America, Asia, Australia, South America

One of the most esteemed and charismatic artists of our time, the ceaselessly innovative saxophonist Joshua Redman “is unparalleled among horn players today” (JazzTimes). From McCoy Tyner to Brad Mehldau, The Bad Plus, and Brooklyn Rider, Redman has collaborated with a diverse and prestigious list of musicians in the course of his career, all the while emerging as a modern jazz icon in his own right. Critics and fans alike are blown away by Redman’s passionate live performances and acclaimed recordings. Joined by longtime collaborators Aaron Goldberg, Reuben Rogers, and Gregory Hutchinson in The Joshua Redman Quartet, Redman evokes a sound that can be challenging, provocative, and forward-looking, but also hard-swinging, melodic, and soulful – music with a joyous and celebratory spirit. And with his Still Dreaming band, Redman pays homage to his father — legendary jazz saxophonist Dewey Redman — with the help of the incredibly talented Brian Blade, Scott Colley, and Ron Miles. In the 70’s and 80’s, an unforgettable lineup of Ornette Coleman band alumni — Dewey Redman, Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, and Ed Blackwell — came together as Old and New Dreams to perform a mixture of Coleman classics and their own brilliant compositions. Still Dreaming celebrates the tradition of innovation fostered by Coleman and upheld by Dewey in Old and New Dreams.