• Chick Corea, Jazz Keyboardist and Innovator, Dies at 79

    21 days ago - By NY Times

    When jazz and rock fused in the 1970s, he was at the forefront of the movement. But he never abandoned his love of the acoustic piano.
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  • Chick Corea, Jazz Fusion Figurehead, Dead at 79

    21 days ago - By Pitchfork

    The prolific composer and keyboardist died from a rare form of cancer
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  • Chick Corea, Jazz Fusion Pioneer, Has Died Of Cancer At 79

    Chick Corea, Jazz Fusion Pioneer, Has Died Of Cancer At 79

    21 days ago - By NPR

    The wide-ranging keyboardist, composer and bandleader died on Feb. 9 of cancer. One of the fathers of jazz fusion, his work spanned from acoustic jazz to his own interpretations of Mozart. (Image credit: Giorgio Perottino/Getty Images for OGR)
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  • R.I.P. Chick Corea, Legendary Jazz Keyboardist and Fusionist Dead at 79

    21 days ago - By Consequence of Sound

    Chick Corea, a former pianist for Miles Davis who later established his own successful band and became a torchbearer of the jazz fusion movement, has died at the age 79. According to a post on his official Facebook page, Corea passed away on February 9th “from a rare form of cancer which... Please click the link below to read the full article. R.I.P. Chick Corea, Legendary Jazz Keyboardist and Fusionist Dead at 79
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  • Chick Corea Dead At 79

    Chick Corea Dead At 79

    21 days ago - By Stereogum


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  • Chick Corea, Pianist & Jazz Fusion Pioneer, Dies at 79

    21 days ago - By Billboard

    Chick Corea, the jazz great who played in Miles Davis' band before creating a name for himself by composing his own jazz standards and pioneering new sounds on the piano, died Tuesday at age 79. According to a post on his Facebook page, Corea died of a rare form of cancer that was only recently diagnosed.
    “Throughout his life and career, Chick relished in the freedom and the fun to be had in creating something new, and in playing the games that artists do,” the Facebook post reads. “He was a beloved husband, father and grandfather, and a great mentor and friend to so many. Through his body...
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