Welcome To The Bill Evans Jazz Resource

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William John Evans, born Aug. 16, 1929, died September 15, 1980, is the most influential jazz pianist since Art Tatum and Bud Powell. This web site is dedicated to Bill Evans and his music. This site features discography, biography, music and information about Bill Evans.

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Win Hinkle and the Bill Evans Jazz Resource would like to thank Southeastern Louisiana University for its help in hosting this web site.  Bill Evans received his Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from SLU.  He graduated with high honors and was the recipient of the university’s "Distinguished Alumnus Award."  Professor Ron Nethercutt, the manager of the KSLU-FM and administrator of  the Bill Evans archive at SLU, has been invaluable to my Bill Evans research and without his help this site would not be possible.  In addition to Ron, I wish to thank Dr. David Evenson, Dean of the School of Music at SLU and SLU web master Kevin Calmes. Please click the SLU logo to the right to visit the main SLU site.

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The Bill Evans Jazz Resource prefers to communicate by email.bighinx@gmail.com.com