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In Boca Raton, a festival to leave you Dizzy

In Boca Raton, a festival to leave you Dizzy

In his new memoir, "The Man Who Changed My Life," jazz trumpeter Arturo Sandoval shares recollections of his bebop idol, Dizzy Gillespie, the American jazz giant and father figure who helped him defect from Cuba to the United States 24 years ago. An undated photo from the time depicts a smiling Sandoval and Gillespie, arms over each other's broad shoulders. A dedication in blue marker is scrawled over the picture: "To Number 1 Son Arturo — Love Forever, 'Papa' Dizzy." "That is my favorite photo of all," Sandoval recalls, speaking by phone from his home in Los Angeles. "He was my hero, and when you have an opportunity to be a good...

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