Jazz | Jazz Soul/R&B Fusion
The JTQ (Jeremy Turgeon Quintet) is a new age group fusing traditional jazz elements with current RnB and neo-soul sounds.
The Jeremy Turgeon Quintet, or "JTQ" as they are often referred to as, brings a fresh, new sound to the modern jazz scene.
Fusing the traditions of jazz with the musical elements of Rn'B/Neo-Soul spanning across the decades, the JTQ captures the attention of audiences of wide age ranges and musical upbringings. Taking inspiration from artists like: Robert Glasper, Musiq Soulchild, and Lalah Hathaway - the band, though primarily instrumental, can work seamlessly with the addition of a vocalist, and often feature vocalists Jeremy Wilson, and Nichelle J. Mungo.
The band has performed at the Stone Soul Festival, Indie Soul Festival, Springfield Jazz and Roots Festival, Northampton City Strut, Rockwood Music Hall, Shrine World Music Venue, the historic Bing Arts Center (Where they hosted a year-long residency in 2015), and numerous other stages across the northeastern United States. In 2015 the band opened for the critically acclaimed band, The Nth Power, and have worked with Braxton Cook, Linda Henderson, Jo Sallins, Jim "Mondongo" Messbauer, and more.