As we celebrate Erroll Garner's centennial (June 15, 2021) this new edition will inspire a new generation of Garner enthusiasts. Erroll Garner: The Most Happy Piano, Centennial Edition, is divided into three sections, as was the original 1985 edition. The first section, "His Story," has been updated to include the vital records of the interviewees who participated in the oral history project. With the passage of time, most of the voices in the oral history are now gone. "His Times" is a chronology of Erroll Garner's ancestral background dating back to the early 1800s and his personal and professional life from birth to his death in 1977. Most of the additions to the chronology were in the 1940s during his appearances at Mercur's Music Bar in downtown Pittsburgh, details that were unavailable at the time of the original edition's publication."His Recorded Music" is a detailed discography featuring the 78, 45, and 33 1/3 rpm discs issued (and unissued) over Erroll Garner's recorded history from 1937 to 1975.