Reggie Buie - Keyboard

Reginald Buie come to North Carolina by way of Chicago, Ill and has performed around the Winston-Salem area since 1991. Reggie began his music studies at the age of 8 with private lessons, and later studied piano at the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago. Reggie next attended Florida A&M University where he was a member of the famed "Marching 100" playing the clarinet. He graduated Cum Laude receiving a Bachelors degree in Electronics in 1978. In 1986, while living in Miami, Reggie also received writing credits for "What about Me: recorded by Epic recording artist "Nicole". The record went to number 53 on the Billboard Charts.
Performing locally with the Joe Robinson Quartet, Reggie has been seen on many N.C. stages as the opening act for well known artists such as Gerald Albright and Boney James.

Reggie now heads his own trio, "The Reggie Buie Trio". That have been performing together since 2004. The Reggie Buie Trio is known for delivering passionate Jazz performances and released it's debut CD in 2006, "The First Time".

I enjoy working with such great musicians and singers, and watching the recreation of an Elvis performance by Stephen is awesome!

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