Django Reinhardt was a Romani-French jazz guitarist and composer. Born on January 23, 1910 in Liberchies, Belgium, he became known for his incredible talent as a musician. Reinhardt's artistic abilities extended beyond music; he was also an accomplished painter and enjoyed activities such as fly fishing and billiards. He had a notable career and left a lasting impact on the jazz genre.
Reinhardt sadly passed away on May 16, 1953 in Fontainebleau, Seine-et-Marne, France due to cerebral hemorrhage. His legacy lives on through his family, including his brother Joseph Reinhardt and his son Henri "Lousson" Baumgartner-Reinhardt. He is also remembered as the grandfather of David Reinhardt.
Throughout his life, Django Reinhardt collaborated with various artists who shared his passion for music. Some similar artists include Stéphane Grappelli, Charlie Christian, The Rosenberg Trio, Angelo DeBarre, Sidney Bechet, Dorado Schmitt, Fats Waller,Biréli Lagrène,Joscho Stephan,Yorgui Loeffler,Benny Goodman Sextet,Wes Montgomery,and many more.