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  1. Don Cherry (Oklahoma City, 18 de noviembre de 1936–Málaga, España, 19 de octubre de 1995) fue un trompetista, multi-instrumentista y compositor estadounidense de jazz, uno de los principales representantes del free-jazz y precursor de la "world-music".

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    Cherry created the Don Cherry Pet Rescue Foundation and donates all profits from his Simply Pets snacks line to animal charities. During the 42nd Canadian Parliament , Cherry, typically a supporter of the Conservatives made a video supporting Liberal MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith 's ultimately unsuccessful private member's bill that sought to toughen animal cruelty laws.

    • 5 ft 11 in (180 cm)
    • 180 lb (82 kg; 12 st 12 lb)
    • 1954–1972
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    Donald Eugene Cherry was an American jazz trumpeter. Cherry had a long association with free jazz saxophonist Ornette Coleman, which began in the late 1950s. He also performed alongside musicians such as John Coltrane, Charlie Haden, Sun Ra, Ed Blackwell, the New York Contemporary Five, and Albert Ayler. In the 1970s, Cherry became a pioneer in world fusion music, drawing on traditional African, Middle Eastern, and Hindustani music. He was a member of the ECM group Codona, along with percussioni

    Cherry was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to a mother of Choctaw descent and an African-American father. His mother and grandmother played piano and his father played trumpet. His father owned Oklahoma City's Cherry Blossom Club, which hosted performances by Charlie Christian and Fletcher Henderson. In 1940, Cherry moved with his family to Los Angeles, California. He lived in the Watts neighborhood, and his father tended bar at the Plantation Club on Central Avenue, which at the time was the c

    By the early 1950s Cherry was playing with jazz musicians in Los Angeles, sometimes acting as pianist in Art Farmer's group.: 134 While trumpeter Clifford Brown was in Los Angeles with Max Roach, Cherry attended a jam session with Brown and Larance Marable at Eric Dolphy's house, and Brown informally mentored Cherry. He also toured with saxophonist James Clay.: 45

    Cherry died on October 19, 1995, at the age of 58 from liver cancer in Málaga, Spain. Cherry was inducted into the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame in 2011.

    He was married to Monika Karlsson, a Swedish painter and textile artist, who also occasionally played tamboura drone on his recordings and jams. His stepdaughter, Neneh Cherry, his step-granddaughters Mabel and Tyson and his sons, David Ornette Cherry, Christian Cherry, and Eagle-Eye Cherry, are also musicians.

    Cherry learned to play various brass instruments in high school.: 134 Throughout his career, Cherry played pocket cornet, trumpet, cornet, flugelhorn, and bugle. Cherry began his career as a pianist, and would continue playing piano and organ. After returning from a musical and cultural journey through Africa, Cherry often played the donso ngoni, a harp-lute with a gourd body originating from West Africa. During his international journeys, he also collected a variety of non-Western instruments,

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    Cherry was born in Wichita Falls, Texas. He started in his early 20s as a big band singer in the orchestras of Jan Garber and Victor Young. During World War II, he served in the U.S. Army Air Forces. In 1951, he recorded his first solo hits, "Thinking of You" and "Belle, Belle, My Liberty Belle". In 1955, came his biggest hit, Band of Gold, which reached No. 4 on the Billboard chart. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. The track peaked at No. 6 in the UK Singles Chart. He had three more hits in 1956: "Wild Cherry", "Ghost Town", and "Namely You", all backed by orchestra leader Ray Conniff. He was also the voice of the Mr. Clean commercials during the late 1950s and early 1960s. In 1962, he also recorded the original version of "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye," which became a hit much later for The Casinosand others. Throughout his singing career, Cherry was also a top-ranked amateur golfer, and was in contention to win the 1960 U.S. Open before eventually fin...

    A"Band of Gold" also peaked at No. 6 in UK Singles Chart.
    B"Married" also peaked at No. 30 in Adult Contemporary singles.
    C"Take a Message to Mary" also peaked at No. 71 in Billboard country chart

    Cherry, Don; Daniels, Neil (2006). Cherry's Jubilee: Singin' and Swingin' Through Life with Dino and Frank, Arnie and Jack. Triumph Books. ISBN 978-1-57243-834-7.

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  4. 15/08/2020 · Don Cherry, for better or worse, used the sport to define his very existence. Cherry got his start as a player and, while he had a lengthy career, he failed to make much of an impact on the ice. The majority of his games came at the AHL level; he played over 750 games in the minors, but only made one brief appearance in the NHL.

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  5. 21/08/2018 · Don Cherry, a leading pop singer of the 1950s who performed at clubs and hotels by night while becoming one of America’s top amateur golfers by day, died on April 4 at a hospice in Las Vegas.

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