Django - Music

Music

  • Django Bates (born 1960), British musician and composer
  • Django Haskins, American singer, songwriter, and guitarist
  • King Django, American Reggae artist
  • Django Reinhardt (1910–1953), Belgian Romani (Gypsy) jazz guitarist
    • Django à Liberchies Festival, a festival in honour of Django Reinhardt in Liberchies (Belgium)
  • the former name of the band Animal Liberation Orchestra
  • Django (album) (1956), a 1956 album by The Modern Jazz Quartet
  • "Django", a 1956 song written by John Lewis, a jazz standard
  • "Django", a song by Rancid from the 2003 album Indestructible
  • Django Django, a British psychedelic quartet.
  • Django - song-writer from Ukraine.

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