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- Geri Allen is a thoroughly modern jazz pianist and composer who has a deep respect for her roots and predecessors.
- Herbie Nichols is a perennially neglected jazz pianist and composer.
- Flat out, Herbie Nichols was the greatest jazz pianist of the 1950s, and I'm very ashamed to admit that I never listened to the man until last autumn.
- Jazz pianist Dr. Billy Taylor is retiring from public performance this week but will continue his educational endeavors.
- Kenny Drew Jr., son of jazz pianist Kenny Drew, is an American jazz pianist.
- Bob Dorough (born 12 December 1923) is an American bebop jazz pianist, composer and vocalese singer.
- Ramsey Lewis is a jazz pianist and multi-instrumentalist, and composer who has released approximately 80 albums over a 50-year career.
- The bio, new releases, tour schedule and other information about the legendary jazz pianist, Ramsey Lewis.
- Beegie Adair (born in Barren County, Kentucky in 1937) is a jazz pianist.
- Acclaimed jazz pianist, Beegie Adair, and her trio present renditions of classic movie songs of the 1940s.
- Kenny Barron, celebrated jazz pianist, is glad to be at Stanford.
- New York in and studied privately with Sofia Rosoff and jazz pianist Fred Hersch.
- John Taylor is probably the best jazz pianist in England.
- Chris Anderson, the best jazz pianist who even 99% of jazz fans haven't heard of.
- Lewis Nash is his favorite jazz drummer, and Cyrus Chestnut is his favorite jazz pianist.
- Dave Brubeck is by far my favorite jazz pianist.
- Right now, I'd have to say Frank Kimbrough is, hands down, my favorite jazz pianist.
- Another jazz pianist, Mary Lou Williams, is said to have given him the nickname "Bobo" around this time.
- In his teens he met Mary Lou Williams, a fine jazz pianist who became a lifelong friend and a major inspiration.
- The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz (www.monkinstitute.org) was established in 1986 in memory of the renowned jazz pianist and composer.
- Born in New Zealand, now living in Australia, Judy Bailey is a renowned jazz pianist, composer, arranger and music educator.
- Thompson was by no means the only British jazz pianist after George Shearing to try his luck in the United States.
- Len Bryant's brother Ray Bryant is a stellar jazz pianist, while another brother named Tom Bryant, unfortunately deceased, was a bassist and vocalist.
- Profile, reviews, tour dates, and sound files for the Canadian jazz pianist and composer.
- Meanwhile he played with a variety of ensembles and came to the attention of the famous jazz pianist, composer, and bandleader Horace Silver.
- Horace Silver is a famous jazz pianist and composer.
- Herbie Hancock is a very famous jazz pianist -- worked a lot with Miles Davis.
- Burton has cited jazz pianist Bill Evans as a main inspiration for his approach toward the vibraphone.
- Paul Bley is a free jazz pianist born in Montreal, Canada in 1932 and long-time resident in the United States.
- He returned in the mid- 1980s as a jazz pianist influenced by Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett, but with a style increasingly of his own.
- Brad Mehldau is a fine jazz pianist with tone and style more reminiscent of Bill Evans than anyone I've heard in a long time.
- Brad Mehldau is a jazz pianist and composer.
- Brad Mehldau (born August 23, 1970) is an American jazz pianist.
- Fats Waller, the legendary jazz pianist, recorded an up-tempo instrumental version.
- A chance meeting with Chick Corea when she was 17 led to a performance with the well-known jazz pianist the very next day.
- George Shearing (born 13 August 1919 in London) is a well-known jazz pianist.
- Legendary jazz pianist and bandleader Count Basie was born in Red Bank in 1904.
- GWILYM SIMCOCK (24) is the most outstanding jazz pianist and composer of his generation.
- Little Brother Montgomery,major African-American blues artist who was also an outstanding jazz pianist and vocalist.
- This early background is similar to that of Bud Powell, the man who later became his main inspiration as a jazz pianist.
- Jazz Profiles was inspired by a comment made by Barry Harris at the funeral of jazz pianist, Al Haig.
- Jazz pianist Dr. Barry Harris was in an uptown hospital recovering from minor surgery.
- This intimate portrait of modern jazz pianist, Barry Harris, becomes an historic walk with some of the best known jazz musicians of the 1950's and 60's.
- Jazz pianist Oscar Peterson recorded "Night Train" with his trio on a 1962 album of the same name.
- Kingston-born Monty Alexander came to New York in the early '60s, inspired by the Calypso music of home and the fluidity of jazz pianist Oscar Peterson.
- Oscar Peterson is a world-renowned jazz pianist.
- Jazz pianist Herbie Hancock and Joni MItchell are best buds, dating to 1979, when they teamed for Mitchell's "Mingus," her major foray into jazz.
- Herbie Hancock, jazz pianist and composer, is a true icon of modern music.
- Herbie Hancock is an American jazz pianist and composer.
- Nathalie Loriers (born October 27, 1966 in Namur) is a Belgian jazz pianist and composer.
- Andrew Hill, a jazz pianist whose career as an adventurous, envelope-stretching improviser and composer reached from the 1960s to the present, has died.
- Andrew Hill is a well-known jazz pianist.
- His technical mastery as jazz pianist has been compared to that of Art Tatum, Oscar Peterson, and Errol Garner, among others.
- This is the first of a nine-volume 18-track set, comprised primarily of previously unissued performances by the legendary jazz pianist, Art Tatum.
- John Taylor (born in Manchester 25 September 1942) is a British jazz pianist.
- Marian McPartland is a British jazz pianist.
- Gwilym Simcock (born 1981) is a British jazz pianist and composer.
- Dr. Barry Harris is an internationally renowned jazz pianist, composer and educator.
- Bud Powell, an African-American jazz pianist and composer, was born on this date in 1924.
- Consuela Lee, an African-American jazz pianist, composer, arranger and music educator, passed away on Dec.
- Herbie Hancock is arguably the most influential jazz pianist since the late Bill Evans.
- Bill Evans was a famous and influential jazz pianist.
- Garner is the most influential jazz pianist since Theloneous Monk, and Art Tatum.
- John Jean Goldkette (18 March, 1899 – March 24, 1962) was a jazz pianist and bandleader born in Valenciennes, France.
- This long one-day session was originally produced by Henri Renaud, the French jazz pianist, when he visited New York in the very early part of 1954.
- Perhaps the greatest Jazz Pianist ever, Herbie Hancock has been an innovator of Jazz since the 1960s.
- With this disc, Frank Kimbrough emerges as perhaps the greatest jazz pianist on the scene today.
- Art Tatum is the greatest jazz pianist ever.
- Beegie Adair is one great jazz pianist.
- Dudley wasn't Thelonius Monk or Oscar Peterson, but he was a great jazz pianist.
- George Shearing, the great jazz pianist, Dean said, was exactly like Rollo Greb.
- Armen Nalbandian (b.1978 in Manchester, England) is a jazz pianist, composer & humanitarian.
- He also went on tour with legendary jazz pianist Herbie Hancock, which included a show at the Bonnaroo Music Festival in Manchester, Tennessee.
- Jelly Roll Morton was an influential jazz pianist, composer, arranger and band leader.
- Jelly Roll Morton was a jazz pianist of the 1920's.
- It was here that she met Jelly Roll Morton, probably the greatest jazz pianist of the era.
- Fred Hersch is a celebrated jazz pianist and composer with more than 20 recordings and two Grammy nominations to his credit.
- A prominent jazz pianist for 50 years, he first gained wide recognition for his recordings with Louis Armstrong in the 1920s.
- Dave Brubeck is a jazz pianist and composer who has created some of the best, most popular, and most original jazz to date.
- Dave Brubeck has long been recognized as a gifted jazz pianist and composer.
- Tatum was the primary influence on nearly every major jazz pianist, including McCoy Tyner, Oscar Peterson and Dave Brubeck.
- Horace Henderson (1904–1988), younger brother of Fletcher Henderson, was an American jazz pianist, organist, arranger, and bandleader.
- Horace Henderson (1904 – 1988), younger brother of Fletcher Henderson, was an American jazz pianist, arranger, and bandleader.
- Dick Marx (April 12, 1924 – August 12, 1997) was an American jazz pianist and arranger.
- Ferdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton (September 20, 1885 – July 10, 1941) was an American ragtime and early jazz pianist, bandleader and composer.
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