in New York City with Dizzy Gillespie, Howard McGhee, Thad Jones, Ron
Carter, Illinois Jacquet, Buddy Tate, Charlie Rouse
on the "Today Show," and "Good Morning America"
on 15 records and 5 CD's.
in Dr. Billy Taylor's "Jazz Piano" book as one of the mainstream
pianists of the late 1970's, along with Monty Alexander and Joanne Brackeen
director of the tap dance outfit "The Copasetics," with Honi
Coles, Buster Brown, Gregory Hines, and Savion Glover
at the Newport Jazz Festival, Kool Jazz Festival, and the Greenwich
Village Jazz Festival
- Appeared in the off-broadway show The Best of