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

kicked the bucket Thursday, his better half said via virtual entertainment. He was 51.

Gloria DeFrancesco posted fresh insight about his demise on Friday however didn't say 

when he kicked the bucket and didn't give a reason for death, The New York Times detailed. 

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

"At the present time, I have not many words. Much obliged to you for the overflow of adoration and backing rolling in from all over the place.

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

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

He delivered his most memorable collection, "Every last bit of Me," the next year and joined jazz extraordinary Miles Davis on a five-week European visit, as per the paper.

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