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Dr. John

Dr. JohnAKA Malcolm John Rebennack, Jr.

Born: 21-Nov-1941
Birthplace: New Orleans, LA
Died: 6-Jun-2019
Cause of death: Heart Attack

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Musician

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Right Place, Wrong Time

Father: Malcom John Rebennack, Sr. (shop owner)
Mother: Dorothy

    High School: Jesuit High School, New Orleans, LA

    Dr. John
    Canned Heat Keyboardist/Vocalist (1968-70)
    B. B. King Keyboardist (1971, 1981, 1997, and 1999)
    Allen Toussaint Keyboardist/Guitarist (1971)
    The Rolling Stones Keyboardist (1972)
    Sir Douglas Quintet Keyboardist (1973)
    Maria Muldaur Keyboardist (1974-92)
    Bill Wyman Multi-instrumentalist (1974-76)
    Ringo Starr Keyboardist/Vocalist (1974 and 1976)
    Carly Simon Multi-instrumentalist/Vocalist (1974-76)
    David Bromberg Keyboardist (1975-76)
    Harry Nilsson Multi-instrumentalist (1975-76)
    Van Morrison Keyboardist (1977)
    The Gregg Allman Band Keyboardist (1977)
    Garland Jeffreys Keyboardist (1977-78)
    Joe Cocker Keyboardist (1978)
    Rickie Lee Jones Keyboardist (1979)
    Hoyt Axton Keyboardist (1979)
    Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band Keyboardist (1980)
    Emmylou Harris Keyboardist (1981)
    Leon Redbone Keyboardist (1981-92)
    Hank Crawford Keyboardist (1982-92)
    Johnny Winter Keyboardist (1986 and 1991)
    Marianne Faithfull Keyboardist (1987 and 1990)
    The Neville Brothers Multi-instrumentalist (1981)
    Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band Keyboardist (1990)
    Taj Mahal Keyboardist (1991)
    Tab Benoit Keyboardist (1992)
    Edie Brickell Keyboardist (1994)
    Beth Orton Keyboardist (1999)
    The Edgar Winter Band Keyboardist (1999)
    Jack Bruce Keyboardist (2001)
    Grammy Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Duo Or Group (for Makin' Whoopee, with Rickie Lee Jones) (1989)
    Grammy Best Traditional Blues Album (for Goin' Back To New Orleans) (1992)
    Grammy Best Rock Instrumental Performance (for SRV Shuffle, with B. B. King, Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton and others) (1996)
    Grammy Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals (for Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't (My Baby), with B. B. King) (2000)
    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2011
    Irish Ancestry Maternal
    French Ancestry Maternal
    Risk Factors: Heroin

    Lightning in a Bottle (12-Feb-2004) · Himself
    Blues Brothers 2000 (6-Feb-1998) · Louisiana Gator Boys
    Candy Mountain (20-Jan-1988)
    Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (24-Jul-1978)
    The Last Waltz (26-Apr-1978) · Himself

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Author of books:
Under a Hoodoo Moon (with Jack Rummel) (1994, St. Martin's Press)

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