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Bill Evans is best known as a Pianist. Known for his collaborations with Miles Davis in the 1980s and as a former member of the group Elements. He was born on August 16, 1929, in New Jersey. He was a part of Miles Davis’ 1980s comeback on albums like The Man With the Horn. He was exposed to jazz at the Jazz Showcase in Chicago and studied artists like Dave Liebman.

He is one of the successful Pianist. He has ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on August 16, 1929. He is one of the Richest Pianist who was born in New Jersey.

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First NameBill
Last NameEvans
ProfessionPianist
DiedSep 15, 1980 ( age 51)
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Birth SignLeo
Birth DateAugust 16, 1929
BirthdayAugust 16
Birth PlaceNew Jersey
CountryNew Jersey
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He won his second Grammy Award for his 1968 album, Bill Evans, at the Montreux Jazz Festival.

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Evans’ first significant record date was the Jazz Workshop album for George Russell in 1956. It included “Concerto For Billy The Kid,” the piece that first brought Bill Evans to the attention of many musicians and listeners. Bill Evans had to go in the army and played flute in the Fifth Army Band. Back in normal life, he studied at the Mannes School of Music in New York composition and counterpoint.

From 1955 he recorded as a sideman numerous albums. In 1956 he signed with the Riverside label, which featured his first revolutionary piano trio with drummer Paul Motian and bassist Scott LaFaro, whose virtuoso cello-like improvisations highlighted the trio’s unique harmonic and melodic interactions.

The Bill Evans Death trio developed an almost telepathic sense of interplay and a great mutual musical independence. The Bill Evans trios are sometimes interactive, intimate chamber music-making that is similar to the greatest classical trios like the Beaux-Arts, the Guarneri, and the Altenberg trio.

Bill Evans annual salary $1 Million – $5 Million (Approx.)

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