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It was only a matter of time before someone connected Jeremy Lin to jazz.
It was only a matter of time before someone connected Jeremy Lin to jazz. Chris Trotman/Getty Images
We're live next Wednesday with Donny McCaslin and Adam Rogers. Join us?
- Jazz 625, featuring Monk, Bill Evans, Oscar Peterson, the MJQ, etc. Watch it.
- Jeremy Lin, race binaries and jazz. By Nate Chinen.
- "Teenie" Harris photographs. You want to see these.
- RIP Mike Melvoin, pianist/NARAS president/studio musician.
- Randy Weston interview via Democracy Now!.
- Justin Faulkner, crazy-good young drummer, on his influences.
- The first jazz recording: On the ODJB.
- Sarah Elizabeth Charles, singer, interviewed at The Revivalist.
- More on the black audience at The Independent Ear. Plus, interview with Nicholas Payton on BAM.
- RIP Kay Davis, who sang with the Duke Ellington Orchestra.
- Slap-Tonguing, demystified.
- Destination: Out has posted its best of 2011.
- The Jazz Session spoke with The Wee Trio and Darcy James Argue.
Elsewhere at NPR Music: