Easmon Napier


Easmon Napier, an Oklahoma native, became the pianist of the All American Quartet in Decatur, Illinois in early 1952. Around the end of the year he left to join the Stamps Quartet. In 1956 he became pianist for the newly formed Plainsmen Quartet in Dallas, Texas. At some time around 1959 he left the Plainsmen. During the mid-1960s he joined some other former Plainsmen to form the Marksmen. He served as their pianist, manager, and emcee. Later, he re-joined the Plainsmen and remained with them until the mid-1970s. He also played piano for the McDonald Brothers Quartet.

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