Confessions of a Piano Player


Pt. 2 - Junior High School

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. . . continued from Pt. 1

Well, now I was more-or-less in a band. One thing I realized right away was that the law of supply and demand was working in my favor: guitarists and drummers were a dime a dozen, but keyboardists were few and far between. Moreover, most of the keyboardists, no matter how good they, were playing on their mothers' pianos in their living room and didn't have the gear required for a garage/basement band. So, ...

Pt. 1 - Grade School

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“Perhaps it is a peculiarity of mine that... I have always preferred playing without an audience." --Bill Evans (1929-1980)

I used to play the piano. Quite a bit, in fact--and I even got paid for it, sometimes. I started taking lessons when I was 11 years old, and ended up playing in rock 'n' roll garage bands during the 1960s, “fusion" groups during the 70s, top-40 bands during the 80s, and jazz combos during the 90s. I've played ...


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