In 1977, legendary musician Dizzy Gillespie visited Cuba in search of the nation’s jazz scene. He needed someone to take him to the smoky clubs and side streets to find the true beating heart of soul-stirring Afro-Cuban rhythms. When a young trumpeter offered to lead the tour, Dizzy readily accepted. He had no idea he was in the presence of his future protégé, until Arturo Sandoval hit the stage and bust out one of his extraordinary trumpet grooves. Since defecting in 1990 while on tour in Spain, Sandoval has won four Grammys, performed with Justin Timberlake and Alicia Keys, and been the subject of an HBO film based on his life. But Cuba’s loss is a... More >>>