Winter Jazz fans in the Hamptons were treated to an unforgettable night of music and excitement at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill. The Gregory Lewis Organ Monk Trio, in collaboration with Hamptons JazzFest founders Joel Chriss and Claes Brondal, put on an exceptional performance that showcased a blend of jazz, blues, and funk music.

Led by the talented organist, pianist, and composer Gregory Lewis, the trio was celebrating the release of their sixth studio album, “Organ Monk Going Home.” This album, marking Lewis’ debut with Sunnyside Records, was named one of The New York City Jazz Record’s Best of 2023.

Attendees were captivated by the soulful melodies and energetic rhythms that filled the museum, creating an atmosphere of pure musical bliss. The event was a true celebration of jazz and a testament to the talent and dedication of the performers.

Overall, the night was a huge success, leaving all those in attendance with a newfound appreciation for the artistry and passion behind jazz music. It was truly a night to remember for all those who were lucky enough to be a part of it.

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