David Owen (Dave) Mackay (born 24 March 1932) is an American jazz pianist, singer-composer with roots in the works of Art Tatum, Bud Powell, and Bill Evans, who favors the standards of the 1940s and 1950s and the bossa novas of Luíz Eça, Antonio Carlos Jobim, and João Gilberto when performing. Mackay was born in Syracuse, New York. He attended Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut from 1950 to 1954, where he was the first blind student to graduate
Profile: American pianist, married to Vicky Hamilton. In Groups: Dave Mackay Trio, Don Ellis Octet, Emil Richards & The Microtonal Blues Band, The Don Ellis Orchestra. Variations: Viewing All Dave Mackay. D. MacKay, Dave Mac Kay, Dave McKay, David MacKay, Mackay, Mckay.
In 1971 Mackay was appointed player-manager of Swindon Town but left after just one season to take charge of Nottingham Forest. Mackay died on 2 March 2015 at the age of 80. Heart of Midlothian stated "It is with deep regret that we have to advise of the death of Dave Mackay who was possibly the most complete midfield player that Scotland has ever produced". Tottenham wrote in an obituary "Dave Mackay will certainly always be remembered here as one of our.
For other people named Dave Mackay, see David McKay. Personal information. In 1971 Mackay was appointed player-manager of Swindon Town but left after just one season to take charge of Nottingham Forest. He remained at the City Ground until October 1973, when he returned to Derby as manager following Clough's resignation. In his first season Derby finished third in the table.
Captain and defender Dave Mackay signs a contract extension to remain with St Johnstone until summer 2016. But I had confidence in my own ability and I'm delighted the way things have turned ou. Mackay, who was due to be out of contract this summer, began his career with Dundee and had a spell with Oxford United before returning to Scotland with Livingston. He has made 234 appearances for Saints, including 29 this season
Dave Mackay of Tottenham Hotspur confronts Billy Bremner of Leeds during their First Division Football match at White Hart Lane. He missed Tottenham’s 1963 Cup Winners’ Cup Final triumph due to injury, having been a goalscorer in the comfortable semi-final victory, but the competition was to provide him with his greatest challenge the following season. He helped take his new club to the First Division the following season. English Clubs: Tottenham Hotspur, Derby County, Swindon Town Caps: 22 (Scotland), 4 goals Honours: 1 Division One Championship, 3 FA Cups, 1 European Cup Winners' Cup Inducted: 2002.