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Yule dig? Celebrate the holidays with drummer Matt Wilson's festive Christmas Tree-O

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Drummer Nate Smith arranges funky grooves with strings attached

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BADBADNOTGOOD steps into the psychedelic void

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Bassist Jamaaladeen Tacuma reflects on his journey down a 'Dirt Road' in N. Carolina

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Youngbloods: Saxophonist Immanuel Wilkins

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Youngbloods: Pianist Sean Mason

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Youngbloods: Saxophonist Sarah Hanahan

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Youngbloods: Pianist Isaiah J. Thompson

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Youngbloods: Vocalist Samara Joy

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Pianist Emmet Cohen hosts a Harlem rent party for the modern day

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An American in Paris: organist Rhoda Scott's remarkable career in Jazz

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Theo Croker performs at Jacksonville Jazz Festival, October 1, 2021 Kim Reed/Courtesy of Artist hide caption

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Jazz renegade Theo Croker returns to his Jacksonville roots

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From bebop to hip-hop: Gary Bartz's sax sound shapes many eras

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Honoring the iconic blues and ironic humor of Mose Allison

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The sunshine of guitarist Cory Wong

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Ron Carter at 85: tracks and stories from the life of a record-setting bassist

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