Miles Davis Changed The Face Of Jazz Despite Suffering From "Sickle Cell" Disease
December 21, 2017 11:08
For over 40 years, Miles Davis captivated the world with his exceptional brew of jazz music. This remarkable bandleader and composer bagged nine Grammy Awards in his lifetime and is reputed as one of the most influential contributors to the genre of music.
But his life was not without challenges. Miles was born in May of 1926 with sickle cell disease, a degenerative condition that marked a life of constant health issues and complications for the musical genius.