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Eddie Palmieri Announces Blue Note Residency and New Music

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Eddie Palmieri fans, get ready to rejoice! The Maestro is returning to the Blue Note in New York City for a limited engagement in March and April 2024.
On his doctor’s advice, Eddie Palmieri took a hiatus a few months ago due to a cardiorespiratory condition. During his treatment, his doctor discovered that when Palmieri approached the piano or was on stage, he experienced a significant boost in vitality and improvement on the subconscious level. “When I finish playing, the fatigue comes,” says Palmieri. “My doctor tells me that it is a neurological issue. That the well-being music provokes is hardwired into my subconsciousness.”
During a recent interview with Jaime Torres of the “Uncensored Press,” Palmieri proclaimed, “Now, I am sure I will live to be 112 years old because I was born at 60th and 112th Street East in the neighborhood which is called ‘Charlie Palmieri Street!'”
Palmieri also revealed that he and the bassist Luques Curtis will release a duet album in March or April 2024. Except for the fact that the album is in the works, not much is known, but Palmieri predicts, “Many people will be surprised when they hear it.”
Collaborating with bassists is a familiar experience for Palmieri. He performed with bassist Christian McBride on the song “Guajeo y Tumbao,” which appeared on the album “Conversations with Christian” (2011) and yielded impressive results.
Before his hiatus, Palmieri appeared on “Eddie Palmieri Presents Sonido Solar,” reinterpreted the song “Piccadillo,” and ignited the keyboard on the bonus track “Suite 176.”
As Palmieri celebrates his 87th year around the sun and triumphantly returns to the stage, the octogenarian emphatically declares that the news of his retirement was greatly exaggerated and that he isn’t going anywhere, at least not yet.
Eddie Palmieri will appear at the Blue Note on the following dates: Monday, March 11, Monday, March 25, Monday, April 22, Monday, May 6, and Monday, May 20. For showtimes, additional information, and tickets, click HERE.  
Fanáticos de Eddie Palmieri, ¡prepárense para regocijarse! El Maestro regresará al Blue Note de la ciudad de Nueva York para un compromisolimitado en marzo y abril de 2024.
Por consejo de su médico, Eddie Palmieri se tomó un paréntesis hace unos meses debido a una afección cardiorrespiratoria. Durante su tratamiento, su médico descubrió que cuando Palmieri se acercaba al piano o estaba en el escenario, experimentaba un aumento significativo de vitalidad y una mejora a nivel subconsciente. “Cuando termino de jugar, llega el cansancio”, afirma Palmieri. “Mi médico me dice que se trata de un problema neurológico. El bienestar que provoca la música está grabado en mi subconsciente”.
Durante una entrevista reciente con Jaime Torres de “Uncensored Press”, Palmieri proclamó: “Ahora estoy seguro de que viviré hasta los 112 años porque nací en las calles 6o y 112 Este en el barrio que se llama “Charlie Palmieri Calle!”
Palmieri también reveló que él y el bajista Luques Curtis lanzarán un álbum a dúo en marzo o abril de 2024. Hasta la fecha no se sabe mucho pero Palmieri predice que “mucha gente se sorprenderá cuando lo escuchen”.
Colaborar con bajistas no es nuevo para Palmieri, quien apareció en el tema “Guajeo y Tumbao” de “Conversations with Christian Christian McBride” (2011) y el resultado fue impresionante.
Antes de la pausa, Palmieri hizo una aparición especial en “Eddie Palmieri Presents Sonido Solar”, donde reinterpretó la canción “Piccadillo” y encendió el teclado en “Suite 176”.
Mientras Palmieri celebra sus 87 años alrededor del sol y regresa triunfalmente a los escenarios, el octogenario declara enfáticamente que la noticia de su retiro fue muy exagerada y que no se irá a ninguna parte, al menos no todavía.
Eddie Palmieri aparecerá en el Blue Note en las siguientes fechas: lunes 11 de marzo, lunes 25 de marzo, lunes 22 de abril, lunes 6 de mayo y lunes 20 de mayo. Para horarios, información adicional y boletos, haga clic AQUÍ .

SOURCE: Jaime Torres Torres, Uncensored Press. 
PHOTO: Erik Valin
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A graduate of Empire State College with a dual major in journalism and Latin American studies, Editor-in-Chief Tomas Peña has spent years applying his knowledge and writing skills to the promotion of great musicians. A specialist in the crossroads between jazz and Latin music, Peña has written extensively on the subject. His writing appears on Latin Jazz Network; Chamber Music America magazine and numerous other publications.

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