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July 12, 2013 Bunch learned to arrange for big bands while held captive in a German POW camp during WWII. After returning stateside, he worked with the likes of Woody Herman, Gene Krupa and Benny Goodman, and was Tony Bennett's pianist for a number of years. Bunch died earlier this year, so Piano Jazz remembers him with this 1991 session.
John Pizzarelli performs with John Bunch at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola.
Frank Stewart/Jazz at Lincoln Center
October 16, 2009 The second set of music from Piano Jazz's 30th-anniversary celebration opens with a flurry of pianists, including Taylor Eigsti, Cyrus Chestnut and Kenny Werner. Teen jazz sensation Grace Kelly joins Piano Jazz host Marian McPartland for a performance of "Caravan," and pianist John Bunch joins the Pizzarelli brothers -- John and Martin -- to put an exclamation point on Set II of this all-star concert.
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