Bill Evans is in Stockholm, Sweden for a concert with Eddie Gomez (b) , Marty Morrell (d) >> 6 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Miles Davis makes a come-back after a six years hiatus at Shinjuku in Tokyo. His band will feature Marcus Miller (b), Bill Evans (s), Mike Stern (g), Mino Cinelu (perc) and Al Foster (d). >> 41 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Bill Evans (p), Chuck Israels (b) and Larry Bunker (d) are at the BBC studios in London to tape the Jazz 625 program hosted by British trumpeter Humphrey Lyttelton. >> 71 MINUTES on RVM >>
 guitarist Mike Stern, saxophonist Bill Evans, drummer Dave Weckl and bassist Tom Kennedy will share the stage at the Turin Jazz Festival, Italy >> 24 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Bill Evans will play with Marc Johnson (b) & Joe La Barbera (d) at the Molde Jazz Festival in Norway >> 43 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Bill Evans (ts,ss), Mike Stern (g), Dave Weckl (d) and Tom Kennedy (bs) are at Jazz in Duketown in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands >> 25 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Bill Evans plays with Marc Johnson on bass and Philly Joe Jones on drums at Umbria Jazz, Terni, Italy >> 25 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Bill Evans (p), Marc Johnson (b) and Joe LaBarbera (d) play at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa >> 58 MINUTES on RVM >>
Wikipedia : This day (September 15, 1980), in Fort Lee, New Jersey,, died William John Evans a.k.a. Bill Evans, an American jazz pianist.
Bill Evans Memorial Library index : Bill’s contribution as a leader and composer ensures him a place in jazz history. He must be regarded as one of the most innovative pianists of all time. The very personal harmonic language that he perfected through systematic reharmonizations of standards has influenced an entire generation of musicians.
The BILL EVANS Webpages : His last trio was formed in 1978, featuring the incomparably sensitive Marc Johnson on bass and drummer Joe LaBarbera, which rejuvenated the often-ailing pianist, who was elated with his new line-up, calling it the most closely related to his first trio (with LaFaro and Motian).
@last.fm : He worked briefly with Miles Davis and was the pianist on all but one track of Kind of Blue (1959). In fact, although “Blue in Green” is credited to Davis, Evans always claimed that it was his own composition and that some years later Davis gave him $25 as compensation for lost royalties.