Neville Dickie About
Boogie-woogie and stride piano player. He was known for his frequent appearances on BBC Radio and for his work with French pianist Louis Mazetier.
Life Before Becoming Famous
He served in the RAF, then moved to London where he picked up a variety of low-paying gigs at pubs around the city.
His song Robin’s Return was a 1969 Top 40 U.K. hit single.
His family was residing in Durham when he was born.
His 1997 album Shout for Joy featured Dick Morrissey and Al Casey.