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Who is Albert Ammons?
Albert Ammons was an American pianist and player of boogie-woogie, a bluesy jazz style popular from the late 1930s into the mid-1940s.
- also known as Ammons, Albert
- born on (108 years ago) in Chicago
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Jazz pianist
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- died on (66 years ago) in Chicago
- genres: Jazz, Boogie-woogie, Blues
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by Larry G. Murphy, J. Gordon Melton, Gary L. Ward
Charles Shelby Rooks Emory Byington Smith Kenneth Bryant Smith Samuel Ringgold Ward UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Bishops Lineunt Scott Allen Edsel Albert Ammons Joseph Benjamin Bethea John Wesley Edward Bowen, Jr. Robert ...
Volume 12: Music by Bill C. Malone
Itinerant blues pianists like Pinetop Smith, Jimmy Yancey, Eurreal “Little Brother” Montgomery, Crippled Clarence Lofton, Albert Ammons, Meade Lux Lewis, and Pete Johnson popularized a form of Deep South keyboard style most commonly ...
by Alan Bullock
Generally, it retained its blues connections, particularly in the work of its most noted practitioners, Meade Lux Lewis, Albert Ammons and Pete Johnson, who became stars when the genre became a national craze in the late 1930s. Though its ...
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