Each room in this hall is devoted to a specific pianist. If your favorite pianist isn't listed here, let us know.

Ahmad Jamal

Master of rythmic patterns

Erroll Garner

God's Little Boy

Muddy Waters

phineas newborn

tribute to one of the great but often overlooked bebop pianist

Willie "The Lion" Smith

Hopefully I got it right this time

Sun Ra

it was pretty easy wasnt it!

Toots Thielemans

Responsible for bringing a new nobility to the harmonica

Thelonious Monk

Stan Getz

Santa Clause...

Santa Clause is Coming To Town (Xmas 2002)

Miroslav Vitous

He's an ace of bass!

Robert Johnson

He went to the crossroads

Joshua Redman

just "chill"

Richie Powell

Dead Pianist's Society

Nat King Cole

Louie Prima

It's not exactly jazz, but I like it!

Oscar Peterson

Art Tatum

God

Bix Beiderbecke

Onwards and Upwards

Chick Corea

Charlie Haden

Chris Potter

Chris released an album called "Gratitude" in which he pays tribute to his influences.

Chucho Valdés

Another son of God, but from Cuba

Charlie Hunter

This guy is awesome

Don Ellis

and that's my final analysis!

Django Reinhardt

For gipsy music lovers

Charlie Parker

Gil Evans

You entered the world of harmony

Kenny Dorham

Nice 'n' Easy

Jelly Roll Morton

Inventor of Jazz

James P.Johnson

Just another one of those hidden Jazz rooms

Jerry Lee Lewis

Killer

martial solal

Welcome in France


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