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Skip Cunningham is one of America's most talented entertainers and perhaps our last great "song and dance man". The career of this phenomenal tap dancer and singer spans a wide range of American entertainment alongside the likes of Tony Bennett, Ray Brown, Johnny Carson, Arnett Cobb, Nat King Cole, Bill Cosby, Lionel Hampton, Milt Hinton, Bob Hope, Illinois Jacquet, Jerry Lewis, Richard Pryor, Frank Sinatra, Noble Sissle, among many others. TV credits include the Ed Sullivan Show, the Smothers Brothers Special, the Tonight Show, and 32 appearances on the Merv Griffin show. He has performed on Broadway (George M., Eubie, Golden Boy, Evolution of the Blues), in such movies as The Cotton Club, Tap and The Detective, on the theater stage (Stalag 17, Arsenic and Old Lace) and throughout Europe, South America, the Far East, Australia and New Zealand. Mr. Cunningham has recorded for the Kapp, Coral and Motown labels.
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