Cliff Habian Photos
At Johnny's Bistro -It really was one of the most elegant places to eat in town.
With Frank Morgan.
With the great songwriter and pianist
Jimmy Webb.
With Ricci Martin, Dean’s son.
Recording session at Suma for Holiday CD on 90 degree day in August.
A rare McCoy Tyner show I attended in Cleveland.  I'll never forget shaking his hand.  They were huge hands.
Basketball Hall of Fame gig with the great
Jerry Lucas.
James Worthy and me - He was known for his fast break in the NBA.
Me with Wilt Chamberlain - greatest all-around basketball player.
I finally made it to Severance Hall!  Backing Italian singer Renato Renzzi.  Got the call that morning and had about 1 hour to learn his show.  It was stressfull but it came off quite well.
At the infamous Theatrical, where Cleveland's high society mixed with gangsters.  I would love to have been around there in the 40s and 50s.  Some of the greatest pianists worked there. 
This article appeared in the Pittsburgh Tribune while I
worked as a Nordstrom pianist. It was a great job that I held
down for 7 years. I didn't have quite my day job.
Click article to read.
This photo was taken on 9/6/90 of myself with the then mayor Anthony Sinagra. This was a special day because it was declared to be "Cliff Habian" day in the city of Lakewood.
Witnessing a private recording at Severance Hall. Ideastream was there recording the Cleveland Orchestra with Yefim Bronfman performing the Brahms 1st piano concerto.
Playing and singing Happy Birthday to Hal Holbrook late Saturday night at Johnny's Downtown.
Bobby and I after the Rocksino gig.
A sketch done of myself while I was playing on the Piazza at Menorah Park, by artist Ralph Solonitz.


Backing up for Wayne Newton at the Rocksino!

With Geraldo Riveria at Club Isabella.

With Greg Abate at Nightown.

My publisher, the renowned Jamey Aebersold.​