Roy Richardson Roy Richardson

Roy Richardson started playing flute at the age of 9 and at 14 he performed in his first talent/variety show. Roy has studied with Trenton, NJ music legends Tom Passerella and Tommy Grice. Roy took breaks from local performance to go on international tours with “Queen Esther Marrow and the Harlem Gospel Singers.” Roy also traveled with the national Broadway production tour of “The Civil War” starring Be Be Winans, Larry Gatlin and John Schneider. Highlights of his career include performing at the Montreal Jazz Festival in 1998 and at the Vatican for the Pope in 1996. He has worked with Leon Huff of Philly International and shared the stage with the late Woody Shaw, Charles Earland, Jimmy McGiff, Narada Michael Waldon, Dionne Warwick, 112 and Norman Connors.


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