Jazz designer whose From Spirituals to Golf swing Carnegie Hall concert with Big Joe Turner in 1938 tripped the boogie-woogie trend. He began like a drummer, but he turned to piano around age group 18, eventually developing a lengthy cooperation with Big Joe Turner, with whom he published Move ‘Em Pete in 1938, among the first stone records ever sold. He was observed by famous record maker John Hammond in 1936, who opened up many doorways for him including a gig in the Famous Door in NY. His family members was surviving in Kansas Town, Missouri, when he was created. His Rocket 88 Boogie from 1948 influenced Rocket 88, Ike Turner’s 1951 strike.