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Jazz great Thelonious Monk covered Time magazine on Feb. 28, 1964.
Pianist and composer Thelonious Monk was born.
"I’m really interested in figuring out some type of music to do," says Three Stacks.
Jazz pianist and composer Thelonious Monk died at age 64 on Feb. 17, 1982.
James Bond hopeful/DJ says he uses music for character development, looks to score soundtracks.
A look at some influential percussionists in Black music, from Clyde Stubblefield to Sheila E. to Questo and Travis Barker.
DJ/vocalist formerly known as Amanda Diva will sing jazz interpretations of Wu-Tang classics.
The R&B singer talks broadening the scope of urban music, being a fan of Odd Future and The Weeknd.