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BIRTHDAYS: Chuck Berry, rock 'n' roller, 87; Barry Gifford, novelist, 67; Martina Navratilova, tennis legend, 57; Jean-Claude Van Damme, actor/director, 53; Erin Moran, actress, 53; Wynton Marsalis, jazz trumpeter and composer, 52; Michael Stich, former tennis player, 45; Robbie Savage (pictured) former footballer/pundit, 39; Zac Efron, actor, 26.
Josh Hartnett (right) is to play the jazz trumpeter, hop head and heroin addict who died in 1988 after falling from an Amsterdam hotel window.
This will be followed by an evening concert featuring world-famous jazz trumpeter Steve Waterman, professor of Jazz Trumpet at The Royal Academy of Music.
Oprah tended to such details as carrying Sharon's gown and lining up big-name talent for the reception - jazz trumpeter Chris Botti and country singer Shania Twain, who rendered Sharon's favorite, ``Still the One.
Famed jazz trumpeter Melton Mustafa will conduct the Jazz Ensemble while the world famous FMC Steel Band under the direction of Dr.
Previous grand marshals include: the late great jazz trumpeter Al Hirt in 1998; Grammy Award-winning accordion wizard Weird Al Yankovic in 1999; Emmy Award-winning Davy Jones of The Monkees in 2000; singer-American patriot Tony Orlando in 2001; and Verne Troyer ("Mini Me") in 2002.
THE music of the late legendary jazz trumpeter Kenny Ball will be celebrated during the Porthcawl Jazz Festival this weekend.
The group, dubbed SMS, comprises Indian bass player Shri, who has collaborated with Mercury Music Prize winner Talvin Singh, Marc Layton-Bennett, son of 1970s Huddersfield drumming ace Geoff Layton-Bennett (Ckreed) and jazz trumpeter Sean Corby, who has toured with 4 Hero, Mica Paris, Finley Quaye and The Manic Street Preachers.
Jazz trumpeter Tommy Smith - 'every bit as good as Satchmo', said Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong pictured with the Merseysippi Jazz Band, in 1956
The bandleader and jazz trumpeter, famous for his innuendoes and deadpan performance, died in April at the age of 86 following complications for surgery to repair an aortic aneurysm.
Miles Davis1991the legendary jazz trumpeter, died aged 651996 - At Ascot Frankie Dettori became the first jockey to win all seven races at a meeting