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Frank Hewitt

Primary Instrument: Piano

Born: October 23, 1935 | Died: September 5, 2002    

Frank Hewitt

Frank Hewitt was a fixture on the New York jazz scene since the mid-fifties. Over the years he played regularly with Cecil Payne, Howard McGhee, Charles Davis, and the late saxophone legend Clarence “C” Sharpe. He was the featured artist at Smalls for over eight years until his passing on September 5th, 2002 at age 66.

He appeared in the Living Theater's landmark production of “The Connection,” and played with Billie Holiday, Dinah Washington, John Coltrane, among a long list of notables. Musicians acknowledge him as a master, and the most under-recognized bebop pianist of his generation. His influences were Elmo Hope, Bud Powell, and Thelonious Monk. At Smalls, he influenced a generation of contemporary artists, and pianists from around the world came to hear him....
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    Out of the Clear Black Sky

    Smalls Records
    2008
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    Out Of The Clear Black Sky

    Original Jazz Classics
    2007
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    Fresh from the Cooler

    Smalls Records
    2007
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    Not Afraid to Live

    Smalls Records
    2005
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    Four Hundred Saturdays

    Smalls Records
    2005

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Fresh from the Cooler

Smalls Records (1996)
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