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Joe Sullivan (Pianist) - Age, Birthday, Bio, Facts, Family, Net Worth, Height & More

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Joe Sullivan

Michael Joseph O'Sullivan is an American jazz pianist. Sullivan is the ninth child of Irish immigrant parents. He studied classical piano for 12 years, and at 17 he began to play famous music in silent cinemas, on the radio, and then with dance bands, where he was received. He graduated from the Chicago Conservatory of Music and was a major contributor to Chicago jazz in the 1920s. Sullivan's recording career began in late 1927 when he joined the Chicagoans of McKenzie and Condon. Other musicians around him include Jimmy McPartland, Frank Teschemacher, Bud Freeman, Jim Lanigan and Gene Krupa. In 1933, he joined Bing Crosby as a accompaniment, recording and directing many radio programs.

Birth name Michael Joseph O'Sullivan
Born November 4, 1906, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Died October 13, 1971, San Francisco, California, U.S.
Genres Jazz
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Piano

About Joe Sullivan

Earl Hines' protege and a mainstay of Chicago's jazz scene in the 1920s.

Joe Sullivan before fame

He attended the Chicago Conservatory of Music. In 1927, he started recording with McKenzie and Condon's Chicagoans.

Achievement of Joe Sullivan

He was a regular at the Famous Door and then moved into Club Hangover in San Francisco.

Joe Sullivan family life

He was the ninth child of Irish immigrants, and at the age of twelve, he began studying classical piano.

Associations of Joe Sullivan

Throughout the 1930s, he frequently joined Bing Crosby on stage.

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