Keith Ingham

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Keith Ingham (b. February 5, 1942, London) is an English jazz pianist, mainly active in swing and Dixieland revival.

Ingham's first professional gigs occurred in 1964. He played with Sandy Brown, Bruce Turner, and Wally Fawkes that decade. He played with Bob Wilber and Bud Freeman in 1974, and moved to New York City in 1978. In the 1980s he played with Benny Goodman, the World's Greatest Jazz Band, and Susannah McCorkle. He also worked with Maxine Sullivan, Marty Grosz, Harry Allen, and Eddie Condon. He recorded several albums of 1930s songs for Jump Records.

Discography[edit]

  • Music of Victor Young (Jump Records, 1989)
  • Out of the Past (Sackville Records, 1990)
  • Donaldson Redux (Stomp Off, 1991)
  • Music from the Mauve Decades (Sackville, 1992)
  • The Keith Ingham New York 9, vols. 1 and 2 (Jump, 1994)
  • Back Room Romp (Sackville, 1995)
  • Just Imagine... (Stomp Off, 1995)
  • A Mellow Bit of Rhythm (Sackville, 1998)
  • A Star Dust Melody (Sackville, 1999)
  • We're in the Money (Sackville, 2000)
  • Keith Ingham New York 9, vol. 3 (Jump, 2001)
  • Great Songs from Great Britain (Jump, 2003)
  • Music, Music Everywhere (Spotlite Records, 2004)

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