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Gregory Oliver Hines (1946–2003) spent his boyhood days at Harlem’s Apollo Theater with his brother Maurice, watching tap dancers like Chuck Green, Charles “Honi” Coles, Teddy Hale, The Nicholas Brothers and Howard “Sandman” Sims. Between performances, the hoofers would gather to jam on the worn-in rehearsal floor. “They really loved him, because he could think on his feet and didn’t have any fear,” says Hines’ brother Maurice. Hip Hop, Jazz, Films, People, Gregory Hines, Gregory, Just Dance, Film, Photography Movies

Gregory Oliver Hines (1946–2003) spent his boyhood days at Harlem’s Apollo Theater with his brother Maurice, watching tap dancers like Chuck Green, Charles “Honi” Coles, Teddy Hale, The Nicholas Brothers and Howard “Sandman” Sims. Between performances, the hoofers would gather to jam on the worn-in rehearsal floor. “They really loved him, because he could think on his feet and didn’t have any fear,” says Hines’ brother Maurice.

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