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The 2011 list of endangered U.S. historic places includes a Civil War fort, the house where John Coltrane wrote "A Love Supreme" and schools founded by a saint.
Jazz musician Freddie Hubbard died at the age of 70 Monday in a Los Angeles area hospital after suffering a heart attack last month, USA Today reported.
Johnny Griffin, one of the world's best jazz tenor saxophonists, has died in the French village of Availles-Limouzine at the age of 80, his agent says.
A house in Dix Hills, N.Y., where John Coltrane once lived is being restored to its former glory to serve as an honorary museum for the famed jazz musician.
Famed local vocalist Ruby Glover died a day after collapsing onstage during a benefit performance in East Baltimore, the Baltimore Sun said Monday. She was 77.
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Earl Turbinton, a saxophone player who was one of the leaders in modern jazz in New Orleans, has died.
Jazz bassist Art Davis, once vilified for speaking out about racism in the U.S. music industry, has died at the age of 73 in Long Beach, Calif. After a career that included performing alongside musicial greats like John Coltrane, Davis succumbed to a hear