Dizzy Gillespie


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Noun1.Dizzy Gillespie - United States jazz trumpeter and exponent of bebop (1917-1993)
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Dion Dublin was always Dizzy because he looked like Dizzy Gillespie and Psycho for Stuart Pearce?
Other inductees include NBC News anchor Brian Williams, jazz great Dizzy Gillespie, chef Alice Waters, author Dorothy Parker, basketball great Patrick Ewing, The Shirelles and former Gov.
The university's Big Band showcases the talented students with music by Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, Pat Metheny and Gordon Goodwin.
BORN NIGELLA Lawson, TV chef, 1960, above ROWAN Atkinson, TV comedian, 1955 LORETTA Young, US actress, 1913 DIED DIZZY Gillespie, jazz musician, 1993, above LOU Rawls, US singer, 2006 LOUIS Braille, inventor, 1852
Battle has also commissioned Another Night, by the always surprising Kyle Abraham, to music by jazz trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie.
The three-day festival is considered the world's biggest: it'fs counted Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis and Benny Goodman among past acts.
The music, featuring Latin rhythms plus the likes of Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie, is fabulous and the romance sweet.
Born in Philadelphia in 1943, Barron gained recognition when he took the piano chair in the 1960s Dizzy Gillespie quartet.
Tickets: pounds 25 JOHN ETHRIDGE St Donats Arts Centre, Vale of Glamorgan Tel: 01446 799100 This jazz guitarist has played with Stephane Grappelli, John Williams and Dizzy Gillespie.
The band, named Nightbird in memory of trumpeter Chet Baker, performs cool West Coast jazz of the 50s plus ground-shaking, hot be-bop of Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker.
Josephson is a noted jazz expert and former editor of the Daily News Record, and he has included interviews he has conducted over several decades with such musicians as Dizzy Gillespie, Dave Brubeck, Maynard Ferguson and Art Tatum.
TIS AUTUMN - THE SEARCH FOR JACKIE PARIS (15, 99 mins) BORN in New Jersey in the mid 20s, Jackie Paris became one of the icons of the 40s jazz scene, collaborating with luminaries such as Donald Byrd, Dizzy Gillespie and Charles Mingus.