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Dan Nimmer was born in Milwaukee, had extensive classical piano lessons, and studied jazz at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music and Northern Illinois University while working in clubs in Chicago.

He moved to New York in 2004 and within a year had become a regular member of the Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra, developing his own modern swing style.

On his LiveStream from May 8, 2020, Dan Nimmer plays solo piano on “I’ve Got The World On A String” (hinting at times at Teddy Wilson and Erroll Garner), Duke Ellington’s “Reflections In D,” a tune reminiscent of Bobby Timmons, a medium-tempo version of “Love Is A Many Splendored Thing,” Bill Evans’ “Peace Piece,” and a closing medium- tempo blues.

It makes for a fine all-round set of swinging piano.

– Scott Yanow


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