Ike Stubblefield is a piano virtuoso from Toledo, Ohio, who is renowned as a modern master of the Hammond B3 organ. After starting his career as a professional musician playing keys for the likes of Motown legends Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder during the late 1960s, he spent the first few years of 1970s on stage with legends, including George Benson and Al Green, armed with a Hammond B3. Stubblefield's early years set the precedent for his career, as he would go on to work with prominent artists from each passing decade while also crafting his own composition with various groups such as his Hammond quartet, Is Not Was.
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