John Campbell


* Steinway Artist since 1991 *


– as a leader –

After Hours
(Contemporary CCD-14053-2) (Trio)

Turning Point
(Contemporary CCD-14061-2)
(Trio & special guest, Clark Terry)

At Maybeck Recital Hall, Volume 29 (Concord Jazz CCD-4581)
(Live Solo Concert)

Workin? Out (Criss Cross Jazz 1198 CD) (Trio)

– as a sideman –

Buddy DeFranco ? Terry Gibbs Holiday For Swing (Contemporary CCD-14047-2)
Terry Gibbs ? Buddy DeFranco Chicago Fire (Contemporary CCD-14036-2)
Greg Gisbert Quintet Harcology (Criss Cross Jazz 1084 CD)
Greg Gisbert Sextet On Second Thought (Criss Cross Jazz 1116 CD)
Denise Jannah I Was Born In Love With You (Blue Note CDP 7243 8 33390 20)
Cleo Laine Jazz (RCA Victor 60548-2-RC)
Anli Sugano with Ruby Braff In Manhattan (Philips 28LT-136) (Japan)
The Clark Terry Spacemen Squeeze Me (Chiaroscuro CR (D) 309)
Clark Terry Having Fun (Delos DE 4021)
Mel Torm? Night at the Concord Pavilion (Concord Jazz CCD-4433)
Mel Torm? Fujitsu ? Concord Jazz Festival in Japan ?90 (Concord Jazz CCD-4481)
Mel Torm? Too Darn Hot (Concord Jazz CCD2-2118-2)


In Performance at the White House: The Music of Cole Porter (PBS ? 1987) (w/ Mel Torm?)
Newport Jazz Festival ?84 (PBS – 1984) (w/ Stan Getz)


Eddie Jefferson Live From the Jazz Showcase (Rhapsody Films ? 1979)
Mel Torm? Standing Room Only (Image Entertainment ? 1989)


– as a leader –

Two Solo Piano Tours of Japan (1979 & 1980)
Opened The Four Seasons Hotel, New York (1993-97)
Chicago Jazz Festival (1980, Quartet) (1998, Quartet) (2000, Solo)


Bob Belden Eddie Jefferson
Ruby Braff Cleo Laine
Chris Connor David Liebman
Buddy DeFranco Charles McPherson
Jerry Dodgion Red Mitchell
Herb Geller James Moody
Stan Getz Anita O?Day
Terry Gibbs Chris Potter
Eddie Gomez Woody Shaw
Scott Hamilton Ira Sullivan
Lionel Hampton Clark Terry
Eddie Harris Mel Torm?
Terumasa Hino Sadao Watanabe
Milt Jackson Joe Williams

– and many, many others –

Concert Venues –

Avery Fisher Hall (New York) l?Espace Pierre Cardin (Paris)
Carnegie Hall (New York) Meyerhoff Auditormium (Baltimore)
Carnegie Recital Hall (Weill Recital Hall ? N.Y.) Orchestra Hall (Symphony Center-Chicago)
Davies Hall (San Francisco) Ravinia (Chicago area)
Heinz Hall (Pittsburgh) Roy Thompson Hall (Toronto)
The Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles) Symphony Hall (Boston)
Kan-i Hoken Hall (Tokyo) Wolftrap (Washington, D.C. area)
The Kennedy Center (Washington, D.C.)

– Jazz Clubs (U.S.) –

The Blue Note (New York) The Jazz Showcase (Chicago)
Blues Alley (Washington, D.C.) Kimball?s (San Francisco)
The Bottom Line (New York) Michael?s Pub (New York)
Bradley?s (New York) Rick?s Caf? Americain (Chicago)
Eddie Condon?s (New York) The Village Gate (New York)
Fat Tuesday (New York) The Village Vanguard (New York)
George?s (Chicago) Yoshi?s (Oakland)
The Green Mill (Chicago) Zinno (New York)

– plus countless others worldwide ?
– Jazz Festivals –

Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival (MI) JVC Jazz Festival (NY)
Central Pennsylvania Jazz Festival (PA) Montreal Jazz Festival (Canada)
ChicagoFest (IL) Mount Hood Jazz Festival (OR)
Chicago Jazz Festival (IL) Newport Jazz Festival (RI)
Drum International Jazz Festival (Holland) Paul Masson Festival (CA)
Elkhart Jazz Festival (IN) Salishan Jazz Party (OR)
Fujitsu ? Concord Jazz Festival (Japan) Santa Fe Jazz Festival (NM)

– plus many others here and abroad –

– Miscellaneous Venues ?

Imperial Hotel (Tokyo) The Smithsonian Institute (Washington, D.C.)
Jazzmobile (New York) Sotheby?s (New York)
Norway Jazz Cruise (to the Bahamas) The White House (Washington, D.C.)
The Sands Hotel (Atlantic City)

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