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There are at least two artists with this name: 1.) Grace Kelly is a saxophonist, singer-songwriter, composer, and arranger. Having studied saxophone since the age of ten, she is rapidly making her way up in the jazz music world. Grace’s talents far outstrip others her age. Now eighteen, Grace has already recorded and/or performed with many notable musicians: Lee Konitz, Phil Woods, Dave Brubeck, Hank Jones, Wynton Marsalis, Frank Morgan, Kenny Barron, Cedar Walton, Piano Jazz with Marian McPartland, Harry Connick, Jr., Russell Malone, Rufus Reid, Matt Wilson, Ann Hampton Callaway, Jerry Bergonzi, Terri Lyne Carrington, Dianne Reeves, Chris Potter, Adam Rogers, Christian Scott, Billy Hart, Winard Harper, George Cables, Ronnie Matthews, Ray Drummond, Peter Bernstein, and James Cotton, among others. Discography: "Live at Scullers" (2013) Pete McCann, Mark Walker, Jason Palmer, Zach Brown, Chantale Sterling, Jaime Woods, Eric Law "Grace" (2011) George Russell Jr., Peter Clemente, Jamey Haddad "Man with the Hat" (2011) Phil Woods, Monty Alexander, Evan Gregor, Bill Goodwin, Jordan Perlson “Mood Changes” (2009) Terri Lyne Carrington, Jason Palmer, Doug Johnson, John Lockwood, with special guests Adam Rogers and Hal Crook “GracefulLee” (2008) Lee Konitz, Russell Malone, Rufus Reid, Matt Wilson “Every Road I Walked” (2006), Terri Lyne Carrington, Doug Johnson, John Lockwood, and special guest Christian Scott “Times Too” (2005), Doug Johnson, John Lockwood, Yoron Israel “Dreaming” (2004), Doug Johnson, John Lockwood, Jordan Perlson More at http://www.gracekellymusic.com/bio.html 2.) Grace Patricia Kelly (12 November 1929 – 14 September 1982) was an American actress who, in April 1956, married Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, to become princess consort of Monaco, styled as Her Serene Highness The Princess of Monaco and commonly referred to as Princess Grace. After embarking on an acting career in 1950, at the age of 20, Grace Kelly appeared in New York City theatrical productions as well as in more than forty episodes of live drama productions broadcast during the early 1950s Golden Age of Television. In October 1953, with the release of Mogambo, she became a movie star, a status confirmed in 1954 with a Golden Globe Award and Academy Award nomination as well as leading roles in five films, including The Country Girl, in which she gave a deglamorized, Academy Award-winning performance. She retired from acting at 26 to enter upon her duties in Monaco. She and Prince Rainier had three children: Caroline, Albert, and Stéphanie. She also retained her American roots, maintaining dual US and Monégasque citizenships. She died after suffering a stroke on September 14, 1982, when she lost control of her automobile and crashed. Her daughter, Princess Stéphanie, was in the car with her, and survived the accident. In June 1999, the American Film Institute ranked her No.13 in their list of top female stars of American cinema. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.