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English-born pianist/keyboardist and creator
of KeyboardStoresUSA.com, is known to have
some of the most amazing technique of any
pianist/keyboardist in today's music scene.
Peter's unique style integrates classical,
jazz, afro-caribbean, new age, blues, and
world music. Peter currently resides with his
girlfriend in northern Florida, in cozy house
amongst the oak trees and songbirds.
Hammer - His
website features a visual and documented
history of Jan's career including his jazz
and solo recordings, soundtracks, Miami Vice,
and his work with the Mahavishnu Orchestra,
Jeff Beck, Neal Schon and others.
Wakeman - Rick
Wakeman, band member of world-famous rock
Hancock - Master
jazz pianist & keyboardist.
Emerson - Legendary
keyboardist from Emerson, Lake &
Lorber - Smooth
Jazz keyboardist Jeff Lorber.
Duke - In 1990,
George Duke was named "R&B Keyboardist Of
The Year" by Keyboard Magazine for the second
consecutive year. Other honors include Grammy
nominations for his production of "We Are The
World" by the Children Of The World; "Sweet
Baby" by the Clarke/Duke project; "Let's Hear
It For The Boy" by Deniece Williams; "Stay
With Me Tonight" and "On The Wings Of Love"
by Jeffrey Osborne; and "Fumilayo" by Dianne
Reeves. Tutu, by Miles Davis with selections
produced by George Duke, won a Grammy in
Winwood - In April
1967, Winwood left the Spencer Davis Group to
form Traffic. Winwood's affinity for the
distinctive sound of the Hammond B-3 organ
can be traced back to Traffic. In 1969,
Winwood followed Traffic with Blind Faith.
Hailed as the first 'supergroup,' Blind
Faith, with songs such as "Can't Find My Way
Home" and "Presence Of The Lord" make clear
the special chemistry Winwood enjoyed with
Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Rick Grech.
The following year, Winwood reformed Traffic
and of the superb albums that followed; John
Barleycorn Must Die, The Low Spark Of High
Heeled Boys, Shoot Out At The Fantasy
Factory, and When the Eagle Flies, each
reached the U.S. Top Ten and further expanded
the group's audience.
Keyboardist from The Doors.