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About Beryl Booker
Beryl Booker (June 7, 1922 – September 30, 1978) was an American jazz pianist who gained some attention in the 1950s. Born in 1922 in Philadelphia, PA, she played with Slam Stewart's trio in 1946, and played off and on with him until 1951. She also played accompaniment for Dinah Washington. In early 1952, Booker led a quintet which played Birdland, featuring Don Elliot, Chuck Wayne, Clyde Lombardi and Connie Kay. Recordings with Miles Davis sitting in on the group have been preserved. In 1953, she formed her own trio with Bonnie Wetzel and Elaine Leighton (Last.fm)