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Primary Instrument: Piano

Born: June 7, 1922 | Died: 1978

Raised in the mecca of African-American artistic expression in Philadelphia in the 1920's, Beryl Booker was a pianist prodigy who never learned to read music. After landing her first professional gig with Slam Stewart's trio in 1945, she recorded half-a-dozen excellent albums under her own moniker, many of which she performs lead vocalist duties in addition to pianist. As one of only a handful of female players at the time, Beryl was accustomed to having to prove herself in the jazz world of the forties and fifties. Sadly, jazz history has largely overlooked many illustrious contributions of female instrumentalist's....
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February 05, 2014

Beryl Booker: 1946-54

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Featured recording “The Beryl Booker Trio”

The Beryl Booker Trio

Discovery Records
1954
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    A Girl Met A Piano

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