|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||John Hicks||8||Audio||1984||Theresa Records|
|3||Some Other Time||7||Audio||1981||Theresa Records|
|4||Africa||6||Audio||1987||Timeless Records (3)|
|6||On The Wings Of An Eagle||9||Audio||2006||Chesky Records|
|7||Lover Man: Tribute To Billie Holiday||8||Audio||1993||Sony|
|8||Friends Old And New||8||Audio||1992||Novus|
|9||Music In The Key Of Clark||13||Audio||2002||Highnote|
|10||Two Of A Kind||11||Audio||1992||Evidence (5)|
|11||Sketches Of Tokyo||6||Audio||1985||DIW Records|
|12||In Concert||5||Audio||1986||Theresa Records|
|14||Live At Maybeck Recital Hall, Volume Seven||11||Audio||1991||Concord Jazz|
American jazz pianist.
Born December 21, 1941 in Atlanta, GA, USA.
Died May 10, 2006 in New York City, NY, USA.
At first being taught piano by his mother, Hicks went on to study at Lincoln University of Missouri, Berklee College of Music, and the Julliard School. After playing with a number of different people during the early '60s (e.g. [a=Albert King], [a=Oliver Nelson], [a=Grant Green], [a=Johnny Griffin], [a=Pharoah Sanders], and more) he joined [a=Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers] in 1964. He then played with [a=Betty Carter] ('65-66) and [a=Woody Herman] ('68-69) as well as playing as a sideman with a large number of others.
In the early '70s he taught jazz history and improvisation at [l=Southern Illinois University] before returning to accompanying Betty Carter. Released his first studio album as leader in 1979 (After the Morning) then continued to concentrate on performing solo and in smaller groups, although also led his own big band and played with [a=Mingus Dynasty]. He married flutist Elise Woods in 2001.