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Deric Dickens

Primary Instrument: Drums

Born: November 3, 1973    

Deric Dickens

Deric Dickens is a Brooklyn-based percussionist and composer. After growing up in Southern Georgia, Deric worked as a band director, taught drum and bugle corps, and played as a principal timpanist with local orchestras and symphonies. But it was the ride cymbal, a friend had asked him to play at a session, that changed everything. Since, Dickens has toured and recorded with Robinella (Columbia Records) and JaLaLa (Janis Siegel Manhattan Transfer). Deric has performed numerous times with Donald Brown, Jerry Coker, Kirk Knuffke, and Jeff Lederer at various clubs and festivals including Birdland, 55 Bar, Bonnaroo, Bristol Rhythm and Roots, Knoxville Jazz Festival, Litchfield Jazz Festival, and The Muroran Jazz Festival Japan...
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    Oh Lovely Appearance

    Self Produced
    2014
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    Oh Lovely Appearance

    Self Produced
    2013

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“…This is an album without any other ambition than to bring fun stuff, enjoying the interplay of rhythm and lyricism in its simplest format…” “...an incredibly fun album...” “Therapeutic music? Possibly among the best, without pretense.” (Stef Gijssels- Free Jazz Blog)

“Speed Date” should please listeners who believe that 21st Century jazz is too conservative…” (Richard Kamins- Step Tempest)

“Each participant brings his special flavor to the program, whether it's Lederer somewhat madcap style, Knuffke's exploratory side, Crowley's low-key playfulness (a la Lester Bowie), Udden's sweetly melodic side, Cohen's mellow edge (a Ben Webster quality is evident in his smoky tones) and Wilson's...well, Matt Wilson is always irrepressible.” (Richard Kamins- Step Tempest)

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