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Tom Harrell at the Village Vanguard.
John Rogers for NPR
March 27, 2013 At 66, the jazz trumpeter is as busy as ever: His current band has released five excellent albums since 2007 alone. His new, project provides further testament to his prolific composing.
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From smooth jazz to smooth distilled spirits: Wayne Escoffery.
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June 9, 2010 These days, the saxophonist cuts a pretty dapper, sophisticated profile, musically or otherwise. But if it weren't for Kenny G, he might never have gone on to meet Jackie McLean -- and made TV commercials for top-shelf beverages.
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June 9, 2010 When he isn't gigging with the modern masters, you might find the bright, energetic tenor saxophonist leading his own groups. A foursome in tow, he plays the Vanguard as a bandleader.
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