Wynton Marsalis leads a group of musicians through upper Manhattan's Riverside Church for the New Orleans-style funeral of vibraphonist Lionel Hampton in 2002. Doug Kanter/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Don Byron released Love, Peace, and Soul with his New Gospel Quintet on Feb. 21. Till Krautkraemer/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Gospel Meets Jazz, With Unpredictable Results
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Charlie Haden's latest album is Come Sunday, a collaboration with the late pianist Hank Jones. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Charlie Haden: A Moment Of Clarity
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Can you name all the musicians in the photo? Need help? Art Kane/Art Kane Archives hide caption

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Behind 'A Great Day In Harlem': Jean Bach On Piano Jazz
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Hank Jones was one of Marian McPartland's first guests on Piano Jazz in 1979. Rafa Rivas/Getty Images hide caption

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Hank Jones On Piano Jazz
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Hank Jones in 2009. Fran Kaufman hide caption

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Hank Jones Trio In Concert On JazzSet 5/2/98
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Hank Jones was the last of a musical dynasty, as well as a lynchpin in the history of jazz. Rafa Rivas/Getty Images hide caption

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Legendary Jazz Pianist Hank Jones Dies At 91
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