An excellent pianist who played in a style influenced by McCoy Tyner, Mulgrew Miller was quite consistent throughout his career. He was with Mercer Ellington's big band in the late '70s and had important stints with Betty Carter (1980), Woody Shaw (1981-1983), and Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers (1983-1986). For a long period, he was a member of the Tony Williams Quintet (1986-1994). In addition, Miller led his own sessions for Landmark (starting in 1985) and Novus. Sadly, Mulgrew Miller died of a stroke in Allentown, Pennsylvania on May 29, 2013; he was 57 years old. ~ Scott Yanow
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