Jazz Shows Are Too Expensive : A Blog Supreme Writing for Stereophile, Fred Kaplan gets it: More young people would go see jazz -- and especially Chris Potter, the hero of young sax players everywhere -- if it didn't cost so many dollars so much of the time. Duh, right?
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Jazz Shows Are Too Expensive

Fred Kaplan gets it. Well, disregard his headline and all. His actual observation stands: More young people would go see jazz — and especially Chris Potter, the hero of young sax players everywhere — if it didn't cost so many dollars so much of the time. Duh. [Stereophile: Fred Kaplan Blog: Is Jazz a Young Person's Music After All?]


Related At NPR Music: Our Meet The Jazz Audience posts from that very night, and perhaps even the performance which Kaplan attended: Leonard Postma, 62 and JC Myska, 17.