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John Collins (jazz guitarist)
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Main page John Elbert Collins
John Collins
(September 20, 1913 –
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October 4, 2001) was an
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American jazz guitarist
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Cite this page He was inducted into the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame in 1993.
Collins died of cancer on October 4, 2001 at the age of 88.
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Discography [edit]

As leader [edit]

The Incredible John Collins (Nilva)

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With Nat King Cole

1986) With Billy Taylor Piano Panorama (Atlantic. 1952) References [edit] The Complete Jazz at the Philharmonic on Verve. By using this site. Privacy About Wikipedia Disclaimers Contact Wikipedia Developers policy Cookie statement Mobile view . 1983) Any Old Time (Denon. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of theWikimedia Foundation. at 19:06. Inc. 1951–53 [1956]) With Carmen McRae You're Lookin' at Me (A Collection of Nat King Cole Songs) (Concord. This article about an American jazz guitarist is a stub.. additional terms may apply. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Alabama African-American jazz American male guitarists guitarists Nat King Cole This page was last edited on 3 September 2017. The After Midnight Sessions (Capitol) With Ruth Brown Ruth Brown (Atlantic. a non-profit organization. 1944–49. you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. 1957) With Illinois Jacquet Groovin' with Jacquet (Clef. 10- CD box set. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. WorldCat Identities · VIAF: 32077360 · LCCN: no2009046318 · Authority control ISNI: 0000 0000 7731 6952 · GND: 134349423 · SUDOC: 087930900 · BNF: cb13892647m (data) American jazz guitarist 1913 Categories: stubs births 2001 deaths Guitarists from Alabama Musicians from Montgomery.