Joey DeFrancesco, a main thrust behind bringing the Hammond organ back into jazz music

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 kicked the bucket Thursday, his significant other said via web-based entertainment. He was 51.

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 Gloria DeFrancesco posted fresh insight about his passing on Friday however didn't say when he kicked the bucket and didn't give a reason for death, The New York Times detailed.

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 "My first love is currently in harmony with the heavenly messengers," she composed.

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 "At this moment I have not many words. Much thanks to you for the generous overflow of affection and backing rolling in from all over the place.

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  Joey adored all of you." Brought into the world in Springfield, Pennsylvania, on April 10, 1971, Joey DeFrancesco lived in Arizona for a long time

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 He was endorsed by Columbia Records when he was 16, The Arizona Republic revealed.

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 He delivered his most memorable collection, "Every last bit of Me,"

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  the next year and joined jazz extraordinary Miles Davis on a five-week European visit, as indicated by the paper.

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 The visit prompted DeFrancesco playing consoles for Davis on his 1989 delivery, "Amandla."