Appreciated for his high-energy, genre-mixing piano and vocal performances, this NY jazz musician became from the Dixieland, boogie woogie, and Stride piano designs. His many recordings consist of “GET A Juices on the Deuces” and “Riot in Boogie.” In his early teenagers, he joined a fresh York band known as the Westchester Ramblers. He afterwards studied at NY City’s famed Juilliard College. His late-career albums consist of Who Place the Benzedrine in Mrs. Murphy’s Ovaltine and Everybody’s Crazy But Me. Delivered Harry Raab, he grew up in NY City’s Harlem community with a violinist dad. As a kid, he researched piano along with his musician grandfather. His music profession started after he was uncovered in the past due 1930s by jazz pianist and Grammy Hall of Popularity member Excess fat Waller.