Norman Connors

November 11, 2019

Legendary jazz drummer, writer, producer & arranger Norman Connors, who’s career has spanned 60 years, has led some influential jazz and R&B groups achieving big hits featuring the vocal talent of Phyllis Hyman, Michael Henderson, Rena Scott, Gloria Jones, Adaritha and Eleanore Mills to name but a few.

Here Norman recounts his life in music, his forthcoming CD, announces his autobiography and also European dates for 2020.


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