Joanne Brackeen was born in Ventura, California on July 26, 1938. A self-taught jazz pianist, she worked in Los Angeles with Dexter Gordon and Charles Lloyd and moved to New York in 1965. Joanne has recorded her original compositions with Art Blakey, Stan Getz and Joe Henderson and leads her own trio in performances here and abroad.
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