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Jean-Baptiste "Django" Reinhardt was born in Belgium Jan. 23, 1910. Died May 6, 1953. His left hand was damaged when his gypsy wagon caught fire. Celluloid flowers ignited from an overturned candle. He was able to overcome his handicap and become one of the greatest jazz guitarists of all time!

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You’re Driving Me Crazy (What Did I Do?). 1930. By Walter Donaldson for the 1930 musical comedy Smiles. First recorded by Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians in November 1930. The recording was a big hit, as were 1930 versions by Rudy Vallee & His Connecticut Yankees, and Nick Lucas & His Crooning Troubadours. The song became a standard that has been recorded by over 100 artists including Billie Holiday, Chet Baker, Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, Sarah Vaughan, Django…

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Jim Croce ~ Photographs & Memories: His Great Hits ~ saw him live in concert in 1973

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My favorite actor, comedian, and singer. My absolute all-time favorite entertainer. I Refer to him as #TheMostTalentedGuyInHollywood. He is the kind of entertainer I want to be. I've been watching him since In Living Color. Now he's "Big Time" and deserves every bit of the limelight. He is definitely one of a kind.

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Just As I Am - David Phelps...PLEASE CHECK THE 2:19 MARK. THE MOST ASTOUNDING VOICE CONTROL YOU WILL EVER HEAR BY ANYONE.

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