Charles Joseph "Buddy" Bolden (1877 – 1931) was an African-American cornetist and is regarded by contemporaries as a key figure in the development of a New Orleans style of rag-time music, which later came to be known as jazz.
Michael Raymond James, Jennifer Morrison, and Robert Carlyle as Neal, Emma, & Rumple behind the scenes. #QuietOnes
Bill Evans and Miles Davis recording Kind of Blue, 1959.
Composer, Producer, Singer and pianist Patrice Rushen in the early 1980s, photographed by Bobby Holland. A child prodigy and classically trained pianist, the 1976 USC graduate is best known for her hit songs “Forget Me Nots” “Haven’t You Heard,” and “Remind Me.” And yes, her beautiful headful of braids! Her songs have been sampled countless times, most notably by Will Smith (“Men In Black”) and Mary J. Blige (“You Remind Me”). Ms. Rushen gets about 30 requests every week to sample her…