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Joey Baron (born June 26, 1955 in Richmond, Virginia) is a Jewish American avant-garde jazz drummer probably best known for his work with Bill Frisell, Stan Getz, Steve Kuhn, and John Zorn in Naked City. He has also performed with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, David Bowie, Tony Bennett, Carmen McRae, Laurie Anderson, John Scofield, Al Jarreau, Michael Jackson, Jim Hall, Eric Vloeimans, Dizzy Gillespie, Art Pepper, John Abercrombie and Tim Berne. His own groups he has led include the "Down Home Group", Barondown, and Killer Joey.
Baron appeared in Nicolas Humbert and Werner Penzel's 1990 documentary film on Fred Frith, Step Across the Border.
- Joey Baron Official Home Page
- Art of the States: Joey Baron
- Biography and images on drummerworld.com
- Interview on All About Jazz
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