The former Duke Ellington and Cab Calloway trombonist, who was born on this day in 1912, doubles on vibraphone on this swinging set.
The wonderful jazz singer with superb rhythm passed away this day in 2006. Enjoy this Newport concert from 1969 in memory of her.
The songwriter known for timeless melodies like "Stardust" and "Skylark" was born on this day in 1899. Hear jazzy interpretations of his tunes.
The late, great drummer died on this day in 2011. Hear him with the Mose Allison Trio in '73 and the Keith Jarrett Quartet in '75.
The legendary tenor saxophonist, known for his huge, expressive tone on ballads, was born on this day in 1904. Hear him at '63 Newport.
Whether you call him the King of Latin Jazz or "El Rey de los Timbales," Tito's mambo beats are guaranteed to get you moving.
The Divine One sings lush renditions of "Wave," "Everything Must Change" and "Send in the Clowns" with full orchestra in this '76 concert.
The beloved Belgian harmonica ace performs "Days of Wine and Roses," "On Broadway," "All Blues" and his theme song, "Bluesette."
The great vocalist wraps his rich baritone around Duke Ellington's "Sophisticated Lady," Billy Strayhorn's "Lush Life" and "September Song."
The late bandleader-singer-showman passed away on this day in 1994. Hear him with his orchestra in '73 and a small group in '77.
The Queen of R&B, who died on this day in 2006, performs soulful renditions of "Be Anything (But Be Mine)" and "What a Wonderful World."
Friends of the hot jazz banjoist-guitarist, who was born on this day in 1905, gathered to pay tribute to him at this '74 concert.