Studying the history of modern music, you'd be hard pressed to find a major name that these musicians are not connected to. Jack DeJohnette is an NEA Jazz Master with a 50 year career as drummer, bandleader, and sideman, including 25 years as one-third of the legendary trio with Keith Jarrett and Gary Peacock. Joe Lovano's 23 CDs on Blue Note is a record unparalleled and his accolades and acclaim as bandleader and soloist are endless. And the bassist/composer/vocalist Esperanza Spalding (jazz's biggest breakout star of 2011) just picked up her third Grammy this year. This all-star quartet is completed by the Argentinean pianist Leo Genovese, who has traveled the globe with Spalding on her various tours.