Michel Petrucciani overcame the consequences of osteogenensis imperfecta (a bone tissue disease that greatly stunted his development) to become powerful pianist. Originally significantly influenced by Costs Evans also to a lesser level Keith Jarrett, Petrucciani created his own specific voice. He began by playing in the family members band along with his guitarist dad and bassist sibling. At age 15 he previously the opportunity to try out with Kenny Clarke and Clark Terry, with 17 he produced his first documenting. Petrucciani toured France with Lee Konitz within a duo (1980) and transferred to the U.S. in 1982. In those days he coaxed Charles Lloyd out of pension and toured along with his quartet, a mutually helpful romantic relationship. Petrucciani was a solid appeal in the U.S., generally using a quartet (occasionally offering Adam Holzman’s synthesizer for color) or like a soloist; in 1986 he documented at Montreux with Jim Hall and Wayne Shorter. Although Petrucciani’s capability to conquer his affliction was excellent, his amazing playing stood alone; he died of the pulmonary contamination on January 6, 1999.