John Sheridan

John Sheridan

born on 20/1/1946 in Columbus, OH, United States

died on 24/8/2021

John Sheridan (jazz)

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John Sheridan (jazz)

John Sheridan (born January 20 1946) is an American jazz pianist and arranger born in Columbus, Ohio, perhaps best known for his work with the Jim Cullum Jazz Band.[1]


In 1977 Sheridan received a Master of Music degree from the North Texas State University, and two years later joined the Jim Cullum Jazz Band as an arranger and performer. In 2002 Sheridan left the band and has been doing freelance work, also recording for the Arbors Records jazz record label.[1]

Select discography

As bandleader

As a soloist

With Allan Vache

With Randy Reinhart

  • Randy Reinhart at the Mill Hill Playhouse: As Long As I Live (Arbors Records)


  1. 1.0 1.1 Leggett, Steve. [John Sheridan (jazz) at All Music Guide John Sheridan Biography]. Allmusic. Retrieved on 3 April 2010.
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