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Jazz legend Dizzy Gillespie was born in Cheraw, South Carolina, on Oct. 21, 1917.
The dynamic musician passed away from pneumonia in his Los Angeles home.
Music stars who've appeared on the trailblazing sitcom.
Pianist and composer Thelonious Monk was born.
Jazz great Miles Davis dies at age 65 on Sept. 28, 1991.
Bill Cosby and others accused of sexual assault may need to lose their icon status.
A look at some influential percussionists in Black music, from Clyde Stubblefield to Sheila E. to Questo and Travis Barker.
Plus, Carmen Ejogo joins Ethan Hawke in period jazz love story.
Dizzy Gillespie is born.
Jazz saxophonist Coleman Hawkins was born in Saint Joseph, Missouri, on Nov. 21, 1904.