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Miles Dewey Davis III (May 1926 was a very versatile and innovative American jazz musician, trumpeter, bandleader, and composer. Widely considered one of the most influential American born musicians of the century.

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Nina Simone gesturing at well-wishers after a concert at NYU in New York City.

The 600-square-foot house where "The High Priestess of Soul" was born and raised is for sale with a listing price of $65,000.

American Heritage: Nina Simone's Childhood Home Comes With Legacy

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“I’m a rebel with a cause.” - Nina Simone RIP – 10 years later and still eternal! Praise due. My favorite is Nina sings the blues I'm just waiting for you to come on home, and turn me on.

Nina Simone was known for her fashions as well as her songs. This crocheted dress is awesome.

“Jazz is not just music, it’s a way of life, it’s a way of being, a way of thinking… . the new inventive phrases we make up to describe things — all that to me is jazz just as much as the music we play.

Nina Simone. Got invited backstage at the McCallum Theater to pay my respects, said a previous pinner.

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The Eunice Waymon—Nina Simone Memorial Project (NSP) exists to honor the remarkable life and legacy of a native Tryon, North Carolina daughter, who achieved international recognition for her unique talent and her formidable contribution to the musical arts.  It exists to honor the remarkable life, musical legacy and civil rights activism of Nina Simone, and to inspire and support talented youth to reach their full potential.    http://www.ninasimoneproject.org/

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The Eunice Waymon—Nina Simone Memorial Project (NSP) exists to honor the…

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Nina Simone Photographer: Francine Winham Location: Newport Date: 1965 "Nina was a fiery personality, uncompromising supporter of women's and civil rights. Often she would walk off stage if something upset her and returned!