Joey Pegram
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  • Orlando, FL
  • United States
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Where are you located?
Orlando and Miami, Florida
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Musical Artist, Vocalist, Sound - Lighting - Staging
Tell us a little about your background...
Drummer/Vocalist/Sound Technician Hailing from Hampton/Newport News, Virginia residing in the Orlando FL area since 2004 with over 30 years experience in all types of music. Have performed in Plays, (Wait ‘til the Fat Lady Sings, Amen Corner), Beauty Pageants, (Miss Norfolk State University), Festivals, (Town Point Jazz Festival, Stockley Gardens Art Festival, Ghent Art Festival, Bay Days, Af’ram Fest, Umoja Festival, Chesapeake Jubilee, Suffolk Balloon Festival, Suffolk Peanut Festival, Pork, Peanut and Pine Festival, Winter Park Arts Festival, Kissimmee R&B Festival, WMNF Blues Blast) and hundreds of clubs, conventions, private parties and wedding receptions as well as military functions. Performed in such venues as, The Hampton Coliseum, Norfolk Scope, VA Beach Dome, Va Beach Convention Center, Richmond Coliseum, and The Orange County Convention Center just to name a few. Worked with various types of groups to include: Blues groups, (Hampton Roads Blues All Stars, Abingdon All Stars, Cloudy Dayz, Beautiful Bobby Blackmon & the B3 Band, The Walker Smith Group, and Al "Coffee" McDaniel) Jazz groups, (Last Exit, Essence, 3-D, Against All Odds, As One, Kaat’n, Peaches & Company, Point Blank, The Jacqueline Jones Band, The Dr. Otto Band, Billy Hall & Friends, Ray LeSonn and Mixed Bag, and Street Level Jazz) Gospel groups (Swan, and The Chosen), Rock Bands, (Reminisce, Scott Yvonne and Unison), Top 40 and Variety groups (Swan, Showcase, R&B All Stars, The Showmen, The Squares, Gator Allmond & the Spice of Life Band, Midnight Love, Carlene Mitchell & Fusion, The Knightwalker Band, SoulXpressions and TAABOO). Excellent lead or background vocalist. Plays Gretsch drums, Zildjiian and Sabian cymbals. Classic "pocket " drummer.
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Billy Hall
What Instrument do you play?
Vocalist, Drums
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At 12:30am on October 27, 2010, Ray Lesonn said…
hi , my brother glad to see you on top of this music business give all of us a outlet plus network with artist an Booking agents record lables around the world I wish you the best RAY LESONN (PEACE)
At 6:14pm on August 29, 2009, Frescia Belmar said…
Hi Joey!
Thanks for the nice comment!
At 1:24pm on August 15, 2009, Ade Brayboy said…
Hey man! Joseph Wooten just left Hampton Roads with the Steve Miller Band. He gigged with Osmosis (Jacques, Larry, and I) before he left. Some of the members of the Steve Miller Band even sat-in. I posted some pics on my page. Peace out bro!
At 6:31pm on June 16, 2009, Ade Brayboy said…
cool, thanks bro!!
At 6:14am on June 14, 2009, Ade Brayboy said…
Hey bro! I'll be visiting Disney World and Universal July 13-17 Any music spots you recommend I visit while near Orlando?
At 5:32pm on April 10, 2009, vernal archie said…
hey joey it was a pleasure doing that gig with u in lakeland.
very nice to play with a pure seasoned drummer peace and god bless my brother see u at beluga soon
At 6:27am on December 14, 2008, John Vizzusi said…
Ar Monterey this year I was able to hang out with Ralph Humphrey formally of The Don Ellis Band & Frank Zappa etc. plus I met Dave Krieger, another great drummer. I'll check out Beluga for sure..., can a Jazz-Blues guitarist sit in? best, John V.
At 12:14am on November 8, 2008, Ade Brayboy said…
You have come and done sound for us (Ebenezer Baptist, ) outside. I also used to catch you at other gigs...
At 8:45pm on November 2, 2008, Ade Brayboy said…
Hey Man!!! Glad to see you're down in FL. I know you are having a ball!. Me and the fellas are still kickin it at EBC. God Bless! Delete Comment
At 2:30pm on September 15, 2008, Airborne said…

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