Knowledge Identifier: +Roy_Haynes
Haynes made his professional debut in 1944 at the age of seventeen in his native Boston
From 1953 to 1958 he toured with singer Sarah Vaughan
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.
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 Vitou on bass.
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
Cecil McBee - Coy Tyner/Cecil McBee/Roy Haynes, Winner, Best instrumental performance, individual or group, Grammy Awards, 1988.
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