Chick has always been a student of the piano — and Mario Feninger is one of the many teachers to help guide Chick along the way. Chick refers to Mario as his “piano inspiration.”
Wallace Roney is one of the great trumpet artists of his time — or any other time, for that matter. He and Chick talk about their mutual mentor, Miles Davis, and what it truly means to improvise.
Chick & Gary Burton’s Grammy-winning duet is one of the most enduring in music. Now, they get together to talk about where it all started — walking with legends in 1960s New York City.
Return to Forever founder Chick Corea talks with bassist supreme, Stanley Clarke — about coming up in the ’60s, the Coltrane revelation and their favorite subject — music.
Chick and Béla Fleck dig deep on the connections between bluegrass and jazz — and Chick reveals his true feeling about the banjo.
A special episode captured at Electric Lady Studios in NYC: Chick and John Mayer discover common passions that drive their musical creativity.
When Chick needed a bass player for The Vigil, he asked Stanley Clarke for a recommendation. Stanley didn’t hesitate: “Carlitos.”
These roots couldn’t go much deeper: Marcus’ grandfather, the great Roy Haynes, played on Chick’s first classic trio album, Now He Sings, Now He Sobs.
Tim and Chick dig into the fascinating sessions for the new critically-acclaimed album The Vigil, and take a look at their place in the “Third Stream” movement.