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Keith Franklin is an exemplary, creative jazz pianist, having studied with Jackie Bayard, NYC, Olga Von Til of the Conservatory of Budapest, Kenny Barron ,composition with Dennis Sandole and Improvisation with Phil Woods at The Maynard Ferguson School of Jazz. He attained a B.A. in piano performance from Rutgers University. Toured in the U.S and opened for Blood Sweat and Tears,B.B. King, Iron Butterfly, and the Youngbloods. After his foray into rock and roll he returned to his jazz roots. Keith is a known entity at many New York, Philadelphia and New Jersey jazz clubs, The Rainbow Room, the Supper Club, The Philadelphia Art Museum , Ritz-Carlton, The Saltcreek Grille, The Witherspoon Grill, The Vault, Delta’s and Hopewell Valley Vineyards. His new cd “Take Heart”is a mixture of all original jazz instrumentals and vocals featuring a swinging, hard hitting ensemble .

For music and more visit keithfranklinjazz.com


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Take Heart

Self Produced
2015

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