Benny Carter (1907-2003) was an esteemed American jazz musician and bandleader. Born in New York City, Carter was highly skilled as a saxophonist, trumpeter, composer, and arranger. His multi-faceted career spanned decades, influencing the landscape of jazz. Carter’s refined compositions and powerful solos earned him multiple Grammy Awards and a National Medal of Arts. His influence, captured in classics like “When Lights Are Low,” continues to shape the music world.
Photo: William P. Gottlieb, a distinguished American photographer and journalist, left an indelible mark on music history with his iconic jazz photographs that captured the vibrant spirit of the genre’s golden era.
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