Roy Haynes

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Roy Haynes

American jazz drummer and bandleader add

Category: Music (655)

Born in 1925.

Countries: United States (85%), United Kingdom (7%), Washington (5%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Jazz, Artie Shaw, Gene Krupa

Linked to: Roy Haynes Modern Group




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Roy Haynes was born in 1925 add something


Haynes made his professional debut in 1944 at the age of seventeen in his native Boston add something


Haynes began his full-time professional career in 1945 add something


From 1947 to 1949 he worked with saxophonist Lester Young, and from 1949 to 1952 was a member of saxophonist Charlie Parker's quintet add something


Bud Powell - The first Blue Note session, in August 1949, features Fats Navarro, Sonny Rollins, Powell, Tommy Potter and Roy Haynes, and the compositions "Bouncing with Bud" and "Dance of the Infidels".


Hal Stein - Having studied at Juilliard during 1950–51, Stein went on to work with Gene Krupa, Buddy Morrow, Les Elgart, Artie Shaw, Charles Mingus, Rudy Williams, Roy Haynes, Georgie Auld, Claude Thornhill, J. C. Heard and others


From 1953 to 1958 he toured with singer Sarah Vaughan add something


Thelonious Monk - Monk did not form another long-term band until June 1958, when he began a second residency at the Five Spot, again with a quartet, this time with Griffin on tenor, Ahmed Abdul-Malik on bass, and Roy Haynes on drums.


"Esquire" named Roy Haynes one of the Best Dressed Men in America in 1960, along with Fred Astaire, Clark Gable and Cary Grant add something


Chick Corea - His first album as a leader was Tones for Joan's Bones in 1966, two years before the release of his album Now He Sings, Now He Sobs, with Roy Haynes on drums and Miroslav VitouĀš on bass.


Gary Burton - In 1967 he formed the Gary Burton Quartet along with guitarist Larry Coryell, drummer Roy Haynes, and bassist Steve Swallow.


Jack DeJohnette - His first record, "The DeJohnette Complex", was released in 1968; on the album, DeJohnette played melodica as well as drums, preferring often to let a mentor of his, Roy Haynes, sit behind the set


Donald Harrison - He played with Roy Haynes, Jack_McDuff, Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, Terence Blanchard and Don Pullen in the 1980s


Cecil McBee - Coy Tyner/Cecil McBee/Roy Haynes, Winner, Best instrumental performance, individual or group, Grammy Awards, 1988.


Dave Holland - In 1989, Holland teamed with drummer Billy Higgins and pianist Hank Jones to record The Oracle, and joined drummer Roy Haynes and guitarist Pat Metheny in 1989 to record Question and Answer.


He was inducted into the "Down Beat" Magazine Hall of Fame in 2004 add something


Chico Hamilton - At the IAJE in NYC January 2004, Hamilton was awarded a NEA Jazz Master Fellowship, presented to him by Roy Haynes.


The set was listed by "The New Yorker" Magazine as one of the Best Boxed Sets of 2007, and was nominated for an award by the Jazz Journalist's Association add something


A 3 CD/1 DVD boxed set entitled "A Life in Time - The Roy Haynes Story" was released by Dreyfus Jazz in October 2007 add something


On October 9, 2010, Roy Haynes was awarded the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation's BNY Mellon Jazz Living Legacy Award at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. add something


On December 22, 2010, Haynes was named a recipient of a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences add something


Haynes received the award at the Special Merit Awards Ceremony & Nominees Reception of the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards on February 12, 2011 add something


He appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman on June 8, 2011 add something


George Beverly Shea - On 12 February 2011 Shea received the 2010 Lifetime Achievement Grammy Award alongside Julie Andrews, Roy Haynes, the Juilliard String Quartet, the Kingston Trio, Dolly Parton and the Ramones at a ceremony held at the Wilshire Ebell Theater in Los Angeles , California


On April 21, 2016, at the age of 91, Haynes performed drums on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", accompanied by "Jon Batiste" and "Stay Human " add something


On June 25, 2019, "The New York Times Magazine" listed Roy Haynes among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the 2008 Universal fire add something