Calvin Rodgers was born into a family of musicians, on the south side of Chicago, Illinois. As a young child, his parents noticed instantly his love for music, and especially his passion for the drums. His father Willie Rodgers, a well-known songwriter and musician, encouraged Calvin’s gift and immediately began cultivating it, by pouring into him constantly.
1.mu.sic (myoo’zik) n. 1. The art of organizing tones in a coherent sequence so as to produce a unified and continuous composition. 2. Vocal or instrumental sounds possessing rhythm, melody, and harmony. The American Heritage Dictionary (Second College Edition)