Tony Reedus

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Tony Reedus (22 September 1959 – 16 November 2008) was an American jazz drummer.

Reedus first gained notice playing in Woody Shaw's band in the 1980s. He played with Dave Stryker, Mulgrew Miller, Art Blakey, Mike Nock, Kenny Garrett, James Williams, and Anthony Wonsey, among others, and recorded three albums as a leader.


As leader[edit]

  • The Far Side (Jazz City, 1988)
  • Incognito (Enja, 1989)
  • Minor Thang (Criss Cross, 1996)

As sideman[edit]

With Joanne Brackeen

With Robin Eubanks & Steve Turre

With Benny Golson

  • Up, Jumped, Spring (LRC, 1990)
  • Benny Golson Quartet (1990)

With Benny Green

  • Prelude (Criss Cross, 1988)

With Geoff Keezer

With Harold Mabern

With Mulgrew Miller

With Woody Shaw

With Anthony Wonsey

  • Blues for Hiroshi (Sharp Nine, 2004)