Sonny Clark ( Conrad Yeatis Clark, Herminie, de Pensilvania, 21 de julio de 1931 – 13 de enero de 1963) fue un pianista de jazz que principalmente desarrolló el idioma del hard bop . Biografía Clark nació y fue criado en Herminie. A la edad de 12 años se mudó a Pittsburgh.
Conrad Yeatis " Sonny " Clark (July 21, 1931 – January 13, 1963) was an American jazz pianist and composer who mainly worked in the hard bop idiom.  Early life Clark was born and raised in Herminie, Pennsylvania, a coal mining town east of Pittsburgh.  His parents were originally from Stone Mountain, Georgia. 
Clark’s classic is regarded as Cool Struttin’ but each date he led on Blue Note qualifies as a classic, including his final date, Sonny’s Crib with John Coltrane. And though commercial success always eluded him, he was in demand as a sideman and played dozens of Alfred Lion-produced dates, including Tina Brooks’ Minor Move.
Sonny Clark Pianist who is a wonderful accompanist and gifted writer, admired especially for his amazing right-hand lines and incredible rhythmic drive. Read Full Biography STREAM OR BUY: Active 1950s - 1960s Born July 21, 1931 in Herminie, PA Died January 13, 1963 in New York, NY Genre Jazz Styles
Sonny Clark (Conrad Yeatis Clark, Herminie, de Pensilvania, 21 de julio de 1931 – 13 de enero de 1963) fue un pianista de jazz que principalmente desarrolló el idioma del hard bop.
16 de ago. de 2023 · Jazz pianist Sonny Clark grew up in and around Pittsburgh and made his first recordings in LA during the heyday of cool jazz in the 1950s. He later moved to New York in 1957, where the hotter...
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