American keyboardist stubs

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    American jazz keyboardist stubs

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  1. Abe Schwartz

    Abe Schwartz

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    American musician

  2. Adam MacDougall

    Adam MacDougall

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    Adam MacDougall was born in August 1974 in New York City, New York. MacDougall is the keyboardist who replaced Rob Clores in The Black Crowes in time to record Warpaint in July 2007. Previously, he was a member of The Ben Taylor Band and Furslide, and he has also toured with Macy Gray and Patti Rothberg.


  3. Al Goodman

    Al Goodman

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    American musician

  4. Al Greenwood

    Al Greenwood

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    Alan Greenwood (born October 20, 1951, New York) is an American rock musician who was a founding member and keyboardist of the rock band Foreigner from 1976 to 1980. He performed on the albums Foreigner (1977), Double Vision (1978) and Head Games (1979).


  5. Alan Fitzgerald

    Alan Fitzgerald

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    American musician

  6. Alan Weiss (musician)

    Alan Weiss (musician)

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    American musician

  7. Alban "Snoopy" Pfisterer

    Alban "Snoopy" Pfisterer

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    Love was an American rock group of the late 1960s and early 1970s. They were led by singer/songwriter Arthur Lee who wrote most of the songs, although some of their best known songs were written by Bryan MacLean. One of the first racially diverse American pop bands, their music reflected different influences, combining elements of rock and roll, garage rock, folk and psychedelia.


  8. Amanda Kramer

    Amanda Kramer

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    Amanda Kramer is an American musician, best known as a former keyboard player of the 1980s electronic band Information Society. She soon left the band due to "personal issues", later established as an addiction to heroin. She then joined the musical collective the Golden Palominos, beginning with 1989 A Dead Horse, as a featured vocalist. She then appeared on some 10,000 Maniacs albums as a guest artist, most prominently on their MTV Unplugged album. In 1993, she met Karl Wallinger and joined World Party. She has also toured with Lloyd Cole, Julee Cruise and Siouxsie Sioux, among others. While in London, she has also composed music for the television series "Lonely Planet", later renamed Pilot Guides and Globe Trekkers.


  9. Amp Fiddler

    Amp Fiddler

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    American musician

  10. Andrew Kahn

    Andrew Kahn

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    American composer

  11. Andy Chapin

    Andy Chapin

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    Andy Chapin (February 7, 1951 – December 31, 1985) was an American keyboardist best known for his short stint with the Ricky Nelson Band, which ended in 1985 when he and his bandmates died after their plane crashed on New Year's Eve in De Kalb, Texas while en route to a performance in Dallas, Texas. Prior to joining Ricky Nelson, Chapin had been a member of The Association and before that of Steppenwolf, with whom he'd recorded Hour of the Wolf in 1975, the band's first album recorded without founding keyboardist Goldy McJohn. The official explanation for his departure from Steppenwolf was that he didn't like touring. He was replaced by Wayne Cook.


  12. Andy Duncan

    Andy Duncan

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    American musician

  13. Arizona Dranes

    Arizona Dranes

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    American gospel singer

  14. Art Hickman

    Art Hickman

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    American musician

  15. Barbara Shearer

    Barbara Shearer

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    American musician

  16. Barry Beckett

    Barry Beckett

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    Barry Edward Beckett (February 4, 1943, Birmingham, Alabama – June 10, 2009, Hendersonville, Tennessee) was a keyboardist who worked as a session musician with several notable artists on their studio albums. He was also a record producer. Along with David Hood and Roger Hawkins, his bandmates in the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section, Beckett took to the road in 1973 in the expanded lineup of Traffic. Recordings from this tour can be heard on Traffic's live album On The Road.


  17. Ben Wilson (musician)

    Ben Wilson (musician)

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    Keyboardist for Blues Traveler; musician

  18. Berj Zamkochian

    Berj Zamkochian

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    American organist

  19. Bill Cunningham (musician)

    Bill Cunningham (musician)

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    American musician

  20. Bill Noland

    Bill Noland

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    American musician

  21. Billy Barber (musician)

    Billy Barber (musician)

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    American composer

  22. Billy Corish

    Billy Corish

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    Billy "Kendricks" Corish (born February 2, 1949) from Harrisburg, PA, was added as original Funkadelic keyboardist in 1967 and 1968.He started right before Tiki Fulwood. He now resides in Harrisburg, PA. He played on "Good Old Funky Music." from 1967 to 1968.


  23. Billy Earheart

    Billy Earheart

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    Billy Earheart was born February 21, 1954. He is a Hammond B3 organist and piano player and original member of the Amazing Rhythm Aces, and won a Grammy award. Billy also played piano for Hank Williams Jr for 21 yrs (1985–2006)and toured with R&B legend Al Green, Eddie Hinton, Memphis Slim, Waylon Jennings, BB King, and others. He has played on over 200 albums.


  24. Billy Livsey

    Billy Livsey

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    American songwriter and musician

  25. "Blue" Gene Tyranny

    "Blue" Gene Tyranny

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    American composer

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