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Andy Bey

Andy Bey

Andy Bey started his career as a child prodigy, playing piano at age three. He earned a well-deserved reputation as a vocalist with Horace Silver in the ’70s. Success and gigs, however, can be fleeting and, about 20 years ago, the bottom dropped out of Bey’s career. Some say it was a self-induced exile, but Bey has a simpler explanation:

“The truth is that nobody was interested in me. They could care less. I was out there-visible, and still working with Horace off and on, plus some piano bar things-but the gigs never came.”

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