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Published on Aug 3, 2012
Jazz drummer Ron Enyard, who's played with many legendary jazz musicians, performed with his quartet at Blue Wisp, the premier jazz club in downtown Cincinnati. He started playing percussion instruments when he was twelve. During his high school years, Enyard led many jazz workshop groups that performed around the state. He worked with Roland Kirk in the '50s and had a close working relationship with Paul Plummer for many years. Some of artists Enyard worked with include King Pleasure, Bob Dorough, Josh Breakstone, Al Belletto, Herb Ellis, James Williams, Barney Kessel, Charlie Rouse, Woody Shaw, Dave Liebman, Jamey Aebersold, Cal Collins, Vince Wallace and Bert Wilson.