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Andy LaVerne

About Andy LaVerne

Unlike many pianists, LaVerne tends to make full use of his instrument's range and unique qualities. His playing is influenced by Bill Evans (with whom he studied), but nevertheless has many highly original qualities to it. Dark chords offer somber voicings to his dexterous runs, which seem to slide into the outer limits of whatever key he's working in.

Listen toAndy LaVerneon Rhapsody

Unlike many pianists, LaVerne tends to make full use of his instrument's range and unique qualities. His playing is influenced by Bill Evans (with whom he studied), but nevertheless has many highly original qualities to it. Dark chords offer somber voicings to his dexterous runs, which seem to slide into the outer limits of whatever key he's working in.

About Andy LaVerne

Unlike many pianists, LaVerne tends to make full use of his instrument's range and unique qualities. His playing is influenced by Bill Evans (with whom he studied), but nevertheless has many highly original qualities to it. Dark chords offer somber voicings to his dexterous runs, which seem to slide into the outer limits of whatever key he's working in.

About Andy LaVerne

Unlike many pianists, LaVerne tends to make full use of his instrument's range and unique qualities. His playing is influenced by Bill Evans (with whom he studied), but nevertheless has many highly original qualities to it. Dark chords offer somber voicings to his dexterous runs, which seem to slide into the outer limits of whatever key he's working in.