"You have to love this art form," Stefon Harris says. "It's one of the only opportunities in the world where we really can be purely honest and in the moment, and let the music unfold and reveal itself." Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Piano Jazz With Jon Weber

Stefon Harris On 'Piano Jazz: Rising Stars'

Harris showcases his fiery work on the vibes through a polished set of standards and originals.

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Stefon Harris, David Sanchez and Christian Scott's collaborative album, Ninety Miles, comes out June 21. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Stefon Harris Blackout performs at WBGO. Josh Jackson/See More Photos hide caption

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Lionel Hampton was the first musician to use the vibraphone on a jazz recording. Reg Davis/Getty Images hide caption

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