|Birth name||Thomas Michael Muellner|
|Born||January 25, 1953|
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
|Associated acts||Catherine Whitney, Ira Sullivan|
Thomas Michae Muellner (born January 25, 1953) is an American jazz pianist and composer.
Muellner was born in Chicago, Illinois. His father was first musical influence. His father played the accordion in a dance band, and in his later years he played organ for senior citizen functions and for pleasure at home. With a variety of instruments from which to choose, Muellner as performing at an early age. Although he has learned to play drums, guitar, bass, and organ, he preferred piano. He grew up hearing jazz records and was fond of Erroll Garner. In his twenties Muellner discovered the music of Bill Evans and considers him a great influence. He learned from listening to records and from playing with musicians such as Ira Sullivan. He has taught jazz theory and harmony privately. He has worked with Eddie Daniels, Marvin Stamm, Bobby Ojeda, John Fedchock, Richie Cole, Von Freeman, Ron Dewar, Michael S. Smith, Barrett Deems, and Catherine Whitney.
- It's All About Time (Denwa, 1998)
- Colleen McNabb, Don't Go to Strangers (Zucca, 2008)
- Sonny G, I'll Be Laughing Tonight (2008), Salvatore Guagliardo
- Arlene Bardelle, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? (Proteus, 2012)
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