New Orleans pianist Henry Butler (left) and arranger and trumpeter Steven Bernstein will release their collaborative record, Viper's Drag, in the U.S. on July 15. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The New Thing In Jazz, Revisited

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JD Allen Trio in Concert

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Allen Toussaint keeps the New Orleans jazz-piano tradition alive in a concert from the Kennedy Center. Michael Wilson hide caption

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Keys To New Orleans On JazzSet

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Professor Longhair's "Tipitina" is a New Orleans funk staple and a template for the New Orleans piano style. Eric Bookhart/Harvest Records hide caption

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Henry Butler Brings New Orleans to NPR

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Mates of State, Sam Phillips, Jethro Tull, More

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