Dennis Hamm

Dennis HammPianist, composer, producer, Dennis Hamm began playing professionally at age 18 and has since worked with a diverse mix of artists. Currently he can be seen on tour around the world performing with Thundercat (Stephen Bruner), Flying Lotus (Captain Murphy), Larry Carlton, Josh Groban, Jonathan Butler, and Virgil Donati. Recent past tours and performances include Allan Holdsworth, Chris Cornell, Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds, Ryan Leslie, John Densmore (The Doors), Bilal, and Judith Hill (Michael Jackson).

The albums Hamm appears on are a testament to his versatility. In recent years Hamm was featured on albums as varied as India Arie's "Songversation", Virgil Donati's "In This Life", MTV's Rock the Cradle winner Crosby Loggins' (son of Kenny Loggins) pop/rock album "We All Go Home", guitarist Greg Howe's "Sound Proof", Katisse Buckingham's genre bending mix of hip-hop and modern jazz albums "Lyrical Worker" and "A World To The Wise", and a modern country release by American Idol finalist Amy Adams, which Hamm also produced.