Eddie Rosner

Adolph Ignatievich Rosner, known as Ady Rosner and also Eddie Rosner (May 26, 1910 in Berlin – August 8, 1976 in West Berlin) was a Polish and Soviet Jazz musician called "The White Louis Armstrong" or "Polish Louis Armstrong" in different sources. This is in part because of his rendition of the St. Louis blues. He also served as a prisoner in the Gulag prison camp in the former Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin.

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... A 1999 documentary, "The Jazzman from the Gulag" ("Le Jazzman Du Goulag"), tells the story of Rosner's life. ...

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