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BILLY TAYLOR
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Definitions

  1. Billy Taylor is a jazz pianist, composer, arranger, conductor, educator, author and host of the NPR series Billy Taylor's Jazz at the Kennedy Center.
  2. Billy Taylor (born July 24, 1921 in Greenville, North Carolina) is an American jazz pianist, composer, and educator.
  3. Billy Taylor is a jazz pianist who came to New York in 1942.
  4. Billy Taylor is a former NASCAR driver from Yanceville, NC. He competed in two Nextel Cup Series events in his career.
  5. Billy Taylor is a full-time dad as well as a screenwriter and the author of the comic novel Based on the Movie. (Web site)

Bodine

  1. Driving cars owned by Dick Armstrong with Billy Taylor as crew chief, Bodine started 84 feature events and won 55 of them. (Web site)

Radio Show

  1. Wes Montgomery - With Billy Taylor & Joe Williams 1964 [no label 1CD] live at unknown venue and date recorded from Navy Swings radio show. (Web site)

Dave Brubeck

  1. The opening piano episode truly features legends: Dave Brubeck and Dr. Billy Taylor. (Web site)

Jazz Club

  1. Patato's first jazz work was with Billy Taylor at Philadelphia's Blue Note jazz club.

Jazz Legend

  1. Dr. Billy Taylor, jazz legend and ASCAP member, was this year's honoree. (Web site)

Kansas City

  1. Dr. Billy Taylor encountered him at a Charlie Parker symposium in Kansas City and booked him for an appearance on CBS’s Sunday Morning.

Public Performance

  1. Jazz pianist Dr. Billy Taylor is retiring from public performance this week but will continue his educational endeavors.

Playing

  1. Dr. Billy Taylor: One of the great things about playing at Birdland is that I had several of the greatest rhythm sections I ever worked with.

Pianist

  1. While performing at the Apollo in 1968, they were discovered by Motown recording artist Gladys Knight and pianist Billy Taylor. (Web site)
  2. Possibly the pianist is Billy Taylor; I know that he and Cosby are acquainted. (Web site)

Ellington

  1. Among those who used Henderson's charts, in addition to Ellington, were Count Basie, Illinois Jacquet, and Billy Taylor.

Jazz History

  1. Four lectures on jazz history by Dr. Billy Taylor.

Taylor

  1. Blanton shared the bass duties with Billy Taylor until Taylor left the Ellington orchestra in January 1940. (Web site)

Composer

  1. The composer and pianist Billy Taylor is also among the African Americans who embrace the opera.

Brubeck

  1. Mr. Jarreau and Kurt Elling unite for an episode on jazz vocalists, for instance, and a show focusing on pianists pairs Mr. Brubeck and Billy Taylor.

Pianists

  1. The pianists are a wonder, from Hank Jones' fine work through Brubeck's star turn and Billy Taylor in marvelous form on a medley. (Web site)

Time

  1. Pianist Billy Taylor called Peterson one of the finest jazz pianists of his time.

Quincy

  1. Dr. Billy Taylor: Well Quincy is one of the most honest people I've met, I've known other people as talented.

Kennedy Center

  1. Thanks to Dr. Billy Taylor, artistic director, and Kevin Struthers, director of jazz at the Kennedy Center. (Web site)

Jazz Pianist

  1. Dr. Billy Taylor is a jazz pianist who came to New York in 1942.
  2. Billy Taylor began performing as a jazz pianist in 1942, when he was 21.
  3. Jazz pianist and educator Billy Taylor said Peterson "set the pace for just about everybody that followed him. (Web site)

Billy Taylor

  1. Schedule of upcoming guests, transcripts of previous shows, and photo gallery of Dr. Billy Taylor and his guests on the NPR show.
  2. Notable bebop musicians such as Dizzy Gillespie and Billy Taylor started Afro-Cuban bands at that time.
  3. Knight later became a student and protégé of Dr. Billy Taylor, who himself had been a protégé of Art Tatum. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Jazz Pianist
  2. Educator
  3. Public Performance
  4. Kennedy Center
  5. Transcripts
  6. Books about "Billy Taylor" in Amazon.com

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